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Lifestyle Competition Winner & results Bill O'Toole - £10,000 Cash Week 19 2018 (7th - 13th May)

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Bill O’Toole is a long-time BOTB player and back in October 2015 he landed ‘the big one’, winning his Dream Car – a Range Rover Sport. After a break from playing, Bill started entering the Lifestyle Competition…and he’s come up trumps again, this time winning £10,000 in cash! Bill’s going to use the money to pay for a holiday to Tenerife…and a swing set in the back garden for the grandchildren - congratulations Bill!  

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Pensioner scoops five-figure prize for second time in three years

May 2018

A PENSIONER from Tyldesley has scooped his second five-figure prize in three years worth a total of £80,000.

Kitchen salesman Bill O’Toole has been handed a cheque of £10,000 from supercar competition BOTB.

The 73-year-old was surprised by BOTB’s Christian Williams who turned up at his workplace.

Three years ago he won a Range Rover Sport worth £60,000 as well as being given £10,000 in cash.

Bill said: “I never thought I would win again.

“When I won the Range Rover three years ago I rushed playing and I did the same again this time.

“My wife and I have already booked a holiday to Majorca so this could not have come at a better time.”

BOTB’s Christian added: “It is normally me delivering the surprises but I was really shocked when I was told that Bill had already won just three years ago.

“Having the opportunity to surprise people with a once in a lifetime win in an incredible feeling but getting to do it twice is amazing.”

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