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Time running out to win a place in this season's Town squad

23 June 2014

Do you fancy being part of Micky's squad for next season?

Micky Mellon's been quick to bring in a host of exciting new players for Shrewsbury Town since taking over as manager - but how do you fancy winning a place alongside the new signings in the Greenhous Meadow squad for the new season?

Well, now's your chance.

Once again we are running a squad player raffle to see who will experience the same thrill as young Town fan Ashley Williams, last season's winner, and a pupil at Shrewsbury's St George's School.
But time is running out and you will need to act fast to enter the competition which brings a prize which would make you the envy of your Town supporting friends and family.
The winning raffle ticket will be drawn next Monday, June 30 so make sure you don't miss out by snapping up your tickets as soon as possible.

Raffle tickets priced £5 each or £10 for five tickets are available from the Greenhous Meadow ticket office and club shop while they can also be purchased online at

The lucky winner will receive an official squad number and a full kit with their name and number on the back.

They will have the chance to lead out the Town team for the opening home game of the 2014-15 season.

Other highlights for the winner will include a VIP day out at a Greenhous Meadow match including a meal for two.

Their name will appear in the Town squad list on the back of every home programme while they will also meet manager Micky Mellon and players at the official pre-season photo call when they will be invited onto a special squad picture alongside the likes of new signings James Collins, Scott Vernon and James Wesolowski.
The winner will also be interviewed and given a special DVD to keep.

There can only be one winner for this great prize but there also three consolation prizes of a signed ball, a signed shirt and two Sovereign Club tickets for a home game of your
choice next season.
"The raffle to win a squad place for this season proved to be very popular," said Richard Hill, Shrewsbury Town's commercial development manager. "Ashley Williams had a great time meeting the squad as part of his prize, and now we look forward to seeing who will win a place in next season's squad."

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