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A lucky competitor out of 15 anagram aces in a tennis club fundraiser won a 20-year-old Cadenhead’s Arran malt.
Ella Stewart collected her prize from Campbeltown Lawn Tennis Club’s Jane Gallagher at a presentation on Monday morning.
At least 250 players entered the competition, to raise further funds for the recently completed pavilion and nearly half the sheets were bought at Keith’s newsagents run by George McMillan.
The quiz featured tennis puzzlers on one side and whisky related anagrams on the reverse.
Cadenheads also donated a bottle of malt as the prize, for the crazy whisky themed putting, at Glengyle’s recent open day. At Glen Scotia’s open day the tennis club made £200 raffling a 10-year-old bottle the distillery donated.
Ella Stewart, left receives her prize from Jane Gallagher. 25_c23tennis01_anagram_winner