Before his role as ‘The Menace’ on The Chase, Darragh Ennis appeared as a contestant back in 2017 when he was student at Oxford University.
In the cash builder round Darragh was able to impressively bank £9,000, which he proudly took back to his team.
At the time, the young hopeful was keen on using his winning to a buy a new back door for his home.
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But sadly, even though he had made it to the final round, he and his team had lost out in the final Chase.
Although Darragh was able to bring back a tremendous amount of money, sadly they only had £6,300 at the end of it.
His teammates had lost £2,700 of the money after going for lower offers which enraged viewers which even sparked a hashtag going around Twitter because of this #JusticeforDarragh.
Some dedicated fans took it even further with setting up a GoFundMe page on his behalf.
The description of the page read: “We need to get Darragh his 9,000, which he lost on The Chase.”
But he requested that the money raised be donated to charity.
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He took further action to the response to his performance on The Chase as he even sent out a tweet to defend his team mates.
He wrote: “Ease off my teammates. It’s a lot easier on the couch #thechase #comeandhaveagoifyouthinkyouarecleverenoguh.”
The star – who recently told that he’s had a flood of marriage proposals from enamoured viewers – added: “#thechase Thanks for all the support but I would appreciate it if people eased off my teammates. Its hard in front of the cameras.”