WIN a new jumper from Huxley Clothing

We have teamed up with Huxley Clothing, a partner of Saracens RFC, to give away a brand new jumper to one lucky reader of The Rugby Blog.

Huxley Clothing

To enter the competition, all you need to do is send your answer to the question below, along with your name and address, to competitions@front5.co.uk:

At which stadium do Saracens play their home matches?

The closing date for this competition is 12pm on Friday 28th May.

Huxley Colour, founded in 2009, came about after founder Benjamin Benton asked two simple questions. Where has all the colour gone? And why are we so quick to eschew British manufacturing? Thus Huxley was born, providing vibrant colourful knitwear, yet not compromising on quality, compared to many affordable foreign brands. Huxley jumpers are 100% made from Scotland’s finest merino wool; the socks are manufactured in Leicestershire. Proving that Britain still has what it takes to provide great quality clothing, supporting the British economy.

Huxley is passionate about British produce, and dedicated to providing quality as well a product that is entirely different. The new catalogue will feature British men and women from all walks of life and industries with a passion or talent.

Huxley chose Saracens RFC to profile England’s brightest young talent in England’s brightest knitwear. These players are the future of English Rugby, and perfect for an immerging British brand. The players in question are Alex Goode (Full Back- Deep Purple), Will Frazer (Flanker- Cobalt Blue), Luke Baldwin (Scrum Half- Very Green), Jamie George (Hooker- The Coral) and Richard Haughton (Wing- Sunny Delight). All players are hoping to have the chance to play for England RFU in Australia and New Zealand this summer.

Check out the full range of clothes at www.huxleyclothing.co.uk.

6 thoughts on “WIN a new jumper from Huxley Clothing

  1. This competition is now closed, and we’ll draw the winner shortly. Thanks for entering, look out for more coming up on The Rugby Blog.

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