STAWELL - Stawell woman Ashlee Munro was drawn as the winner of the CKS Swifts/TK Auto annual travel voucher raffle.
Ms Munro received a nice surprise when CKS Swifts president, Robert Carey, rang to inform her that she had won the Jet Set $5000 travel voucher.
"I did think it was a prank to start with. I thought 'it's 10pm, lying in bed, it can't be true, I've had too many drinks," she said.
"I was stoked to win."
Ms Munroe and her friend, Leanne Hillier, went halves in the ticket and are splitting the prize with trips to Queensland and Hawaii planned.
The raffle, which is sponsored by CKS Swifts vice president Tim Kennedy's business TK Auto, is held each year with the money raised going towards supporting the Baggies junior football program.
"It starts at the under 14s and 17s, making sure that they have facilities, equipment and enough uniforms to fulfil their needs," Mr Kennedy said.
Mr Kennedy has been sponsoring the raffle for five years as CKS Swifts vice president while it has been running for approximately 10 years, raising on average $10,000. Half of this money is put back into the football club.
Tickets are $50 each and there are only 220 released every year.
"It's terrific to see a local's won it, it's something we love to do and feedback we receive is fantastic. The voucher is multi-functional which is good too," Mr Kennedy said.
"It is one of our big money expenditures for the year after the Cabaret."
In other good news for CKS Swifts, they are also catering for the Horsham District Football League grand final at Horsham on September 14, something Mr Kennedy said will bring more money into the club.