I WENT for the biggest treble of my life – and was only an Esmael Goncalves tap-in from landing a 37-1 winner.

Bristol City and Yeovil won at good prices but Goncalves missed a great chance late on as St Mirren were held 0-0 at 10-man Aberdeen.

Five people were less ambitious but did in fact land winners. Alex Walker backed Arsenal, Dundee Utd and Swansea while Seamus was on Celtic, Man Utd and Chelsea.

Daryl Cruickshank took Stoke, Sheffield Utd and Northampton and Brian Thom had Northampton, Wycombe and Blackburn.

And finally Craig Alves proved to be no cretin with a treble on Crotone, Bruges and Bayern Munich.

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  1. Muzza 5 years ago

    Who won the prize last week Mr F – I was 1 of 3 but never heard who actually won?

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      Mr Fixit 5 years ago

      Muzza, guy who picks them was on holiday last week so will most likely put both winners up together.

  2. Muzza 5 years ago

    Ok cheers

  3. malcolm caithness 5 years ago

    Winnings was put in last week for my January 14-16th treble

    cheers Paul

  4. alex walker 5 years ago

    Cant believe i never backed it!

  5. gary callaghan 5 years ago

    betway tbl.

    liverpool to draw
    sunday 17th feb

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