Congratulations to young James Pearson, from East Yorkshire, who was the lucky winner of an exclusive Spurs World Cup T-Shirt signed by Jermain Defoe.
James gave the correct answer to last week's competition question: How many Spurs players, including JD, were named in England's final 23-man World Cup squad last Tuesday?
Of course, the answer then was B) 4, although that has since changed to 5 with Michael Dawson's late call-up on Friday evening!
Previously, Paul Macfarlane from London got her hands on one of the T-Shirts, signed by another of our England internationals, Aaron Lennon.
Thanks to everyone who entered the two competitions, and if you haven't managed to get your hands on one of the T-Shirts, they are still available to buy in Spurs stores and online with all profits from sales going towards the Club's work with our official charity partner, SOS Children.
Spurs has a long-term relationship with SOS Children in South Africa having built an orphan house in Rustenburg, where England play their first World Cup game against USA on Saturday.
The 'Spurs House', which is uniquely funded by monies received from players' fines, now provides orphaned children with a family and mother. In February this year the entire first team and management signed up to sponsor an SOS orphan for World Orphan Week.
SOS Children has been the Club's global charity partner since 2007. Over 78,000 orphaned and abandoned children are cared for by SOS mothers in clusters of family homes in more than 500 Children's Villages in 124 countries worldwide.
The "Spurs in South Africa" T-Shirts cost £10 and can be ordered online - all profits will be donated to SOS Children. Click below to place your order now!