WIN Front Up Six Nations gear

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Sharpen up this Six Nations and support your team in style!

As the Six Nations competition draws ever closer, Front Up Rugby has launched a limited edition range of ‘Home Nations’ inspired t-shirts and casual socks.

The t-shirt range takes its inspiration from rugby heritage and rivalry using national emblems. The collection features a range of ‘Risk Everything – Fear Nothing’ t-shirts, which are tailor made to each Home Nation using national emblems and colouring.

A range of colourful, casual socks has also been designed featuring: Blood Sweat & Tears; The Ruck Stops Here; Ruck & Maul, Guts & Glory and the cheeky ‘Rucking Brilliant’.

Jon Allen commented: “We’re really looking forward to another great Six Nations campaign. The new range of Six Nations t-shirts and casual socks takes inspiration from the great rivalry and heritage of this fantastic tournament and will appeal to the ardent rugby fan and the fashion conscious sport enthusiast.”

For your chance to win a t-shirt and pair of socks of your choice, simply fill in the details below. The closing date for entries is Tuesday 5th February. Good luck!

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2 thoughts on “WIN Front Up Six Nations gear

  1. Hi Jamie,
    Good luck with your rugby blog.
    I notice a Charlie Morgan is writing articles as well. Is that the ex-Stoneygate Charlie Morgan?
    You did well with your prediction for the margin in the Tigers v Toulouse match. It was a classic Tigers performance. Full of grit and determination and, despite the cold, the crowd loved it. The only thing missing was a penalty try!
    I will keep logging in.
    All the best
    David Palmer

    1. Hi David,

      Yep that’s right, we’re both ex-Stoneygate boys. Funny how things work out!

      Yeah I was watching the Toulouse game with some friends, some of whom weren’t Tigers fans, and they seemed to think it had been quite a boring game – I loved it though!

      Hope you’re well, and feel free to keep commenting in the future – the whole point is to get some lively debate going!

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