The third and final draw of the 2010 Charity Rugby Raffle takes place on 1st June, and time is running out for you to be in with a chance of winning some brilliant prizes.
Take a look at the prizes listed below – surely its worth buying a ticket for just £2 to give you a chance of winning one of these prizes? Naturally, we’ve left all the best prizes for the last draw, so it’s not too late to enter.
All of the money raised is going towards the Tag Rugby Trust, with whom I am travelling to Uganda in June to work with school-children and orphans – it’s a fantastic charity, helping to improve lives through sport.
Please, please, please buy a ticket or two. We’ve raised over £500 so far, but I’d like to raise more to do justice to the quality of prizes we have on offer, kindly donated by a variety of people and companies.
Here is the link, and thank you in advance for your support:
– RBS 6 Nations England jersey signed by Paul Hodgson, Tim Payne and Steffon Armitage, donated by the RBS RugbyForce team
– RBS 6 Nations Wales jersey signed by Ryan Jones and Warren Gatland, donated by the RBS RugbyForce team
– RBS 6 Nations Rugby Ball, signed by Brian O’Driscoll, Ryan Jones, Steve Bothwick, Chris Cusiter, Dimitri Szarzewski and Leonardo Ghiraldini, donated by the RBS RugbyForce team
– Leicester Tigers shirt signed by the squad, donated by SportGuru
– Replica match ball signed by the Sale Sharks squad, donated by Gilbert
– Barbarians rugby jersey, signed by the 2008 squad
– Midweek Spa Day for two at Champneys
– Official England rugby shirt, signed by the whole England Women’s Team that won this year’s Six Nations Grand Slam
– 2 Tickets to the Middlesex Sevens at Twickenham on Saturday 14th August
– 16 VIP Paintball passes, with 100 paintballs included, donated by the Ministry of Paintball
– 2 Tickets to Rugby Rocks 7s – the ultimate rugby and music festival in London on June 12th
– Copy of Football Manager for Playstation 3, donated by Sega – just in time for the World Cup!
– Copy of ‘Rugby Union: The Men Who Make The Game’, donated by Book Guild Publishing