Weekend winners: Details of large weekend payouts from Sky Bet

We celebrate the best bets that have come in over weekend
We celebrate the best bets that have come in over weekend

One Sky Bet punter won £14666.39 when a Lucky 15 at Kempton and Dundalk proved just that on Friday night.

Margaret, from Nottingham, placed a £2.08 Lucky 15 - staking £31.20 in total - on Friday night's all-weather action at Dundalk and Kempton and won big thanks to some inspired tipping.

Polly Douglas got the ball rolling when taking the 5.30 at Dundalk at odds of 15/2 before Private Rocket (7/1) and Rampant Lion (8/1) won the 6.45 and 7.45 at Kempton respectively.

Margaret then had to wait an hour until her final selection ran - Get Back Get Back (11/2) in the 8.45 at Kempton - but when the Clive Cox-trained charge shot clear under Adam Kirby, the early Christmas celebrations could really begin in Nottingham.

Friday feeling brings another big payout

Another Sky Bet customer, Chris from Devizes, was also toasting on Friday after his Lucky 31 bagged him £5225.20.

Chris managed to find winning selections Emiton (5/2), Didtheyleaveuoutto (9/4), Air Navigator (7/1) and One Night In Milan (10/3) on the afternoon's jumps action, netting him a whopper payout from his £1 Lucky 31.

Football accumulators win big

The weekend's Football saw more pain for Sky Bet with a number of accumulators yielding big payouts.

One customer won £3107.72 from only a £3 stake when their ten-game over 2.5 goals accumulator came in while another punter was celebrating a £3090.38 win thanks to £5 four-team win accumulator.

A £1 stake was enough to win another happy customer £2858.36 courtesy of an eight-match accumulator that included home and away wins as well as a couple of draw predictions, too.

Top tipping all round!

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