Our first weekly winner!

24th February 2014

It may be the start of the week, but that means there's just one day until our latest prize giveaway!
Every Tuesday, you have the chance to win big with the Swans as we offer you the opportunity to win a range of prizes.
Last week, in our first competition, we received hundreds of entries to win a Europa League goody bag.
The lucky winner was Andrew Godding, who correctly identified Chico Flores as the player in our 'Guess the Swan' picture.
Andrew, who hails from Neath, collected his prizes along with his daughter Shannen shortly before the Swans took on Napoli last week.
A season ticket holder in the East Stand, Andrew's first ever Swans game was a 2-0 win over Bury, with a certain Alan Curtis on the scoresheet.
And he was delighted to scoop the main prize which consisted of a Europa League hoody, t-shirt, beanie hat, baseball cap, a scarf from each home Group Stage fixture, flag and cuddly toy.
He said: "I couldn't believe it when I had confirmation that I'd won.
"Myself and my daughters Shannen and Zoe are massive Swans fans, so I'm delighted to have won all these prizes - I'm glad I entered!
"Hopefully I'll be proudly wearing these prizes when the Swans reach the Europa League final in Turin in May!"
While Andrew won the top prize, John Clements was picked as runner-up. He won a scarf from each of the home Group Stage matches along with a beanie hat.
Look out for our latest competition which will be posted on this website tomorrow morning to be in with a chance of winning big with the Swans.
Finally, as part of reaching 200,000 followers on Twitter, one lucky Swans fan won a signed shirt worn by Nathan Dyer during the derby win over Cardiff City.

Dyer was on the scoresheet that day as the Swans ran out 3-0 winners at the Liberty.
And 18-year-old Luke Williams, from Skewen, was ecstatic to be picked out from nearly 2,000 entrants who entered the competition by retweeting a post from our @SwansOfficial account.
Luke, a season ticket holder in the North Stand, popped down to the Liberty along with his dad Ian to receive his prize, which will be framed and proudly hung up at home.
"I was stunned to have won - it was a huge prize and to be picked out of so many people was amazing," said Luke, whose first taste of the Swans came in a 2-1 home win over Kidderminster at the Vetch in 2001.
"I feel so lucky because it was such an amazing win, and Nathan scored too which makes this shirt even more special. It will be framed immediately!"