Cricket 23.11.2015 06:15 am

Wanderers claims the fourth Ram Slam Catch a Million prize

Picture: Thinkstock

Picture: Thinkstock

“I caught off Dolphins player Vaughn van Jaarsveld and beyond that I can’t recall much.”

November is the month of million Rand catches as the Bidvest Wanderers saw Scott Watson become the fourth cricket fan to claim a share of the R1-million on offer in the RAM SLAM Catch a Million competition.

Sitting in the Centenary Stand, Row L, at the bizhub Highveld Lions v Sunfoil Dolphins match Watson remembers moving his beer from his right hand to his left, in order to catch right-handed.

“I caught off Dolphins player Vaughn van Jaarsveld and beyond that I can’t recall much. I do remember being concerned about breaking my hand as I am going on a golf tour on Thursday and know how hard our cricketers hit the balls these days. I intend to split my winnings with my son, Josh, as well as our two friends that joined us today in this brilliant match.”

Scott Watson joins three other winners to date, namely Nkateko Shilubane and the two matric students, Christiaan Vlok and Jean de Wet, resulting in each of the men taking home a handsome R250 000 each should no further catches be taken. With only 12 games remaining, fans are encouraged to continue to attend games and stake their claim in catching a six and joining in the significant competition prize pot.

 

 

 

 

 

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