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Scoop Update #7 – Scoop Guess 2002!

In This Edition: - Scoop has SEVEN copies of a REALLY USEFUL BOOK to give away to the seven closest guesses at the election result. Welcome to Scoop Guess 2002!

This is the seventh in a series of occasional newsletters to email subscribers to the My Scoop community.


Scoop Update#5

Dear My Scoop Subscribers And Readers,

Scoop Guess 2002! - WIN A USEFUL BOOK

Scoop has SEVEN copies of a REALLY USEFUL BOOK to give away to the seven closest guesses at the election result. Welcome to Scoop Guess 2002!

In 1999 it was

LAB 49:ALL 10:GREEN 7:NZF 5:NAT 39:ACT 9:UNZ 1

The closest five answers for the final result, and the closest two answers to the election night provisional numbers will receive a copy from Scoop of a REALLY USEFUL BOOK… see section below on Prize for details.

(NOTES: Entries accepted up till Election Eve, July 26th midnight - Please follow the format – Judges decision is final – We will contact you by email - Value of prize is approx. $50 – You may submit comments on why you are picking your result if you like and these may or may not be assembled for publication, please indicate whether you wish to be identified .)

ENTER THE COMPETITION either by emailing.

Or through the…


ANONYMITY ALLOWED: Put a nickname in the email box on the form. We will advertise names of the closest five results after the election on the Election Page and post them to My Scoop subscribers following declaration of the results. If you wish to you can then claim your prize.

For a wealth of commentary from Scoop on the election so far see the…


Scoop Guess 2002! – The Prize

Seven Hard Back editions of a book which illuminates aspects of Scoop strategy...


See also…Chapter 1…

best regards

Alastair Thompson
For the Scoop Team

© Scoop Media

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