Spring Carnival Punters Club
Posted by Ben McLean on Tuesday, 16 Oct 2007 at 9:56am
This year we are running a Spring Carnival Punters Club, the cost is $25 per share, and you can buy as many shares as you like.  Your money must be to Matt van Lith or Wilbur by this Thursday Night 18th Oct.
You must be over 18 to join the syndicates, junior parents, veterans, seniors  & family and friends are all welcome to join.  Junior players should convince their parents to join, it'll be great fun! Get down to the clubrooms Thursday night with your 25 bucks. 
How it works:
Runs For the length of the Spring Carnival (20th Oct - 10th Nov) 6 meetings
  • Caufield Cup Day (Sat 20th Oct)
  • Cox Plate (Sat 27th Oct)
  • Derby Day (Sat 3rd Nov)
  • Melbourne Cup day (Tues 6th Nov)
  • Oaks Day (Thurs 8th Nov)
  • Emirates Stakes Day (Sat 10th Nov)
  1. Names are plucked out of a hat into Syndicates of 6 people/shares(Drawn on Thurs Night)
  2. Each Member of syndicate is Numbered 1 - 6
  3. Your Number corresponds with day you have to bet for your Syndicate. (ie #3 means you place you bets for Derby Day), each share in the Syndicate bets once.
  4. Syndicate details will be on our website.
  5. Each Syndicate of 6 starts with $150
  6. Each Day you bet 40% of Syndicate Pool ($60 on Day 1)
  7. All bets must be Min $5 each way ($5 win : $5 Place)
  8. Min number of bets per day for a syndicate is 4
  9. At end of 6 Meetings 50% of $'s in each Pool gets split between members of the syndicate.
  10. 10% goes to Club as a Fundraiser.
  11. Other 40% of Pool gets added up with 50% of all other Pools and then divided between all members of Punters Club
  12. All bets are placed by Matt Van Lith and must be rung through to Matt on 0407 735733 by 9am on your day.
  13. Matt will bet for any Syndicate that does not get bets through in time based on TAB favourites for that day.

The Knox Gardens Cricket Club does not openly encourage gambling as a pasttime and this is a Fundraising activity with minimal investment and heaps of fun!

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