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Everyone wants the free tinny and entries are piling up

GREAT PRIZE: We have a tinny up for grabs.
GREAT PRIZE: We have a tinny up for grabs.

ENTRIES are piling up at the Frenchville Sports Club for the Win A Tinny competition.

Promotions manager at the club, Kim Walters, said having the 3.7m Horizon Pathfinder tinny in the foyer of the Frenchville Sports Club had certainly got people talking.

"Many of our patrons are dreaming of the fish they could catch just in time for Christmas lunch," she laughed.

"Or even a well spent Boxing Day on the river. There are still many more entries to come in the Morning Bulletin which means more chances to win."

The Morning Bulletin has teamed up with the Frenchville Sports Club and Bluefin to give readers the chance to win the Horizon Pathfinder, a Redco Trailer, 15HP Yamaha motor, safety equipment, fishing accessories and registration.

To enter, complete the entry form in The Morning Bulletin and drop it in at the entry box at the Frenchville Sports Club or Bully office. Or enter online here: Win a Tinnie

Check out The Morning Bulletin throughout this promotion for a mystery online entry codeword.

Competition closes 5pm December 4, with the draw to take place at Frenchville Sports Club on December 7 at 2.30pm.

Topics:  competition, fishing, frenchville sports club, outdoor-living




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