Sign up for free to receive Emotion Sport every month, and you'll be automatically entered into a draw to win exclusive prizes. This month we have a SIGNED Yeovil Town shirt, SIGNED Bristol Academy shirt and boxing gloves SIGNED by Lee Haskins and Dean Francis up for grabs.
Three lucky winners will be drawn at random - but remember you have to sign up to receive Emotion Sport to enter.
APRIL 2013 WINNERS
Any Bristol City supporter will tell you that it will be a hard job to fill Albert Adomah's boots for sure. But one City fan had the chance to do precisely that when he won a pair of Albert's footwear in a recent Emotion Sport competition. Wayne Sargent, who was recently diagnosed with leukaemia, won the fantastic prize in the first edition of our new digital sports magazine and annoyed his partner by constantly wearing them around the house for the first few days! However sanity was soon restored as Wayne explained. "I thoroughly enjoyed reading the first edition of Emotion Sport so I was delighted when I heard I'd won a prize just for subscribing; the fact that it was Albert's boots was all the more pleasing." Wayne then decided that Albert's boots were indeed too big to fill so he decided to auction them off at a special fundraising event set up by his friends in aid of the leukaemia charity. The boots made a tidy sum that will help Wayne and his young family in these difficult times.
Another pair of prize winners from our first issue also got in touch to let us know how they enjoyed their prize. Dave Plummer, with his two children, and Ben Orr with sons Freddie and Jacob, headed off to Swindon's Link Centre watch Bristol Pitbulls take on Cardiff Devils in a tasty Severnside ice hockey match. The match, which ended in an entertaining 5-5 draw, was a great family outing. Dave, whose children are 11 and 7, said "I was very impressed with the venue and the noisy atmosphere and Bristol came back well after being 3-0 down. It was a good family evening out and we'll be taking advantage of the £15 family tickets next time we go." Ben's sons are 6 and 4 and were excited before leaving home, having played ice hockey on the Wii! Ben explained "The Pitbulls play in Swindon following the closure of the Bristol Ice Rink which was a shame but its only 45 minutes to get here." The boys loved the music, the lights and the razzmatazz and luckily the game was a good one. Three periods of twenty minutes works well with children; it's fast and furious but enough breaks to use the facilities there too. Congratulations to Wayne, Dave, Ben and their families while we send continued good wishes to Wayne as he battles his illness.