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Footy tipping bragging rights now up for grabs

Gympie Times sports reporter Drew Timbs holds the trophy that is up for grabs in the online footy tipping competition this year. The overall winner can win a Jeep Compass.
Gympie Times sports reporter Drew Timbs holds the trophy that is up for grabs in the online footy tipping competition this year. The overall winner can win a Jeep Compass. Craig Warhurst

FANCY yourself as a footy tipping legend? Don't just brag about your prowess - prove it!

The Gympie Times is bringing back its footy tipping competition in 2013 in an exciting streamlined online version.

Gympie Times Newspapers sales and marketing manager Adam Nyburg was looking forward to crowning the region's best footy tipster.

"We are running the competition online exclusively this year and people can register to take part now," he said.

Registering is a simple process and can be done by following the footy tipping link on our website.

Once registered, users can then enter their weekly tips and check out their progress with round and overall results.

The prize pool on offer is a great incentive to take part.

Overall best tipper across the APN group wins a Jeep Compass sports car valued at $30,000.

The best performer in Gympie wins an impressive trophy to upstage their mates while a subscriber bonus boasts a reward of a $500 fuel voucher.

Nyburg said footy tipping was a popular promotion across the APN network.

"Up to 45,000 people have taken part in previous years," he said.

Nyburg said he was committed to helping Gympie tipsters make the online transition.

"The Gympie Times will be providing internet access for anyone who doesn't have it at home so they can still lodge their weekly tips," he said.

"I'm also available to help people with registration or any other concerns or questions they may have to make it as easy as possible."

Adam Nybrug can be contacted on 5480 4237 or by email at promotions@gympietimes.com

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