Trust Projects

Prediction League

Trust in Yellow is again organising the popular Prediction League for the upcoming Vanarama National League season.

You can enter the competition HERE. Entry is just £1.

Simply place your prediction for the finishing position of each team in the National League in the boxes.

You get points on how close you are to each team, so if you predict Southport to finish 1st and they do, you get 24 points, if they finish 24th you would get 1 point.

Last season, the winner, Peter Prendergast, won £100.

The closing date is Saturday August 6.

Thanks to Rob Urwin for again organising the competition on the Trust’s behalf.

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Trust in Yellow's Euro 2016 Sweepstake

 

Win £100 this summer with Trust in Yellow’s Euro 2016 sweepstake.

With excitement building ahead of this year’s tournament in France, you can get involved in the fun while also supporting the Trust.

For a £5 entry fee, every fan who participates will be paired with one of the 24 teams at the European Championship, with the person who has the winning team on July 10 pocketing £100.

The remaining £20 from the funds raised will be donated to the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK.

Everyone who enters will be given a country at random, which will be drawn by Southport manager Andy Bishop.

The closing date for entries is Saturday April 30 before the final match of the season against Kidderminster Harriers. Entrants must be 16 or over.

Entries are already coming in and two sweepstakes will run if there is enough demand, so register your name now.

 

 Enter the sweepstake in one of the following ways:

- Phone or text Colin on 07861416859

- E-mail fans@trustinyellow.com

- Message the Trust on facebook

- Tweet @trustinyellow

- Visit the Trust office at the match against Kidderminster

 

And then choose how to pay your £5 entry fee:

- Phone Colin on 07861416859

- By Paypal to payments@trustinyellow.com

- By direct transfer: sort code 20-80-33, account no. 60823325

- In person at the match against Kidderminster

 

Only fans who have paid their £5 by the end of the match against Kidderminster on April 30 will be entered into the draw. Any remaining teams will be sold at the end of season awards presentation.

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Phil Carder Goal of the Season

Voting is now open for the Phil Carder Goal of the Season award.

Seven of Southport’s best goals from this campaign have been put on a shortlist - and Trust in Yellow is asking you to vote for your favourite.

Every season, the Trust runs the Goal of the Season competition, which was renamed last year in memory of Phil, the Trust’s long-serving treasurer.

Pick your favourite from the list below and register your vote. You can e-mail programme@southportfc.net or vote via the Trust’s facebook or twitter.

The deadline for voting is 8pm on Thursday April 28 and the winner will be presented with the trophy at the end of season presentation, hosted by the Trust, in the Grandstand Bar after the final match of the campaign against Kidderminster Harriers on April 30.

Any late contenders for the award before the end of the season will also be added.

 

A: Louis Almond v Gateshead (H), Tuesday August 18

B: Liam Nolan v Altrincham (H), Monday August 31

C: Louis Almond v Guiseley (A), Tuesday September 22

D: Adam Blakeman v Wrexham (A), Saturday December 26

E: Craig Westcarr v Guiseley (H), Saturday March 26

F: Paul Rutherford v Boreham Wood (A), Saturday April 9

G: Jamie Allen v Lincoln City (H), Saturday April 16

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Soup Kitchen food collection

Thank you to everyone who contributed so generously at the last couple of home matches to help our food collection for the Southport Soup Kitchen.

We basically filled a car with the much needed donations and these will be used and distributed amongst the underprivileged members of Southport's community.

A big thank you to Carol from the Soup Kitchen and her family for coming along to the match yesterday against Lincoln City at the club's invitation and taking the donations away. They were extremely grateful.

Thanks to Howard Birch and Michael Collinson for co-ordinating the collection on the Trust’s behalf.

Please now don't forget the Soup Kitchen and their great work in the community and maybe put an extra couple of tins in your trolley each week! It soon adds up and they appreciate anything they can get.

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Soup Kitchen food collection

Thank you to all supporters who have so far dropped off food donations at the Trust office for the Southport Soup Kitchen.

At the next home match against Lincoln City on April 16, we’ll be co-ordinating a full collection , with drop-off points at the turnstiles and the Trust office.

Please have a look in your cupboards for any food you can donate, no matter how much or how little.

Details on the type of donations we’re looking for are HERE.

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