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$200,000 big lift to James McQuillan

RIGHT: Albury SS&A Club chief executive Tim Levesque and James McQuillan Future Fund chairman Mick Blomeley show off the first prize in a raffle to be drawn tonight. Picture: JOHN RUSSELLTHE sell-out raffle of a Holden Colorado LTZ dual cab, which has raised $200,000 for the James McQuillan Future Fund, will be drawn at Albury’s SS&A Club tonight.
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The prospect of winning the $75,000 vehicle has wooed 20,000 ticket buyers from as far afield as Perth and Sydney.

The last ticket available was sold just a week ago.

The money raised from the ticket sales will support James McQuillan, an injured Albury Tigers footballer, as he recovers from a spinal injury suffered on-field during last year’s OandM season.

Fund chairman Mick Blomeley said he was overwhelmed by the generosity of the Border community.

“There are so many people to acknowledge for their efforts and it has just been a fantastic result,” he said.

“It’s a great reflection of the support from this community.”

The raffle will be drawn at the Albury SS&A Club at 8pm and chief executive Tim Levesque said the club was committed to James McQuillan’s cause for at least three years.

“We’re in it to support James and make sure it continues,” he said.

“We keep thinking about him and we’ll keep up the fund-raising.”

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