WIN RBS Six Nations tickets to Wales v England

The Rugby Blog has teamed up with new leisurewear brand Rhino GB to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets to the opening RBS Six Nations match between Wales and England.

Old rivalries will be renewed at the Millennium Stadium, and this time it’s on a Friday night – 4th February at 19:45 to be exact – so if you fancy being in Cardiff when the party kicks off, please read on.

Olly BarkleyThe distinctive Rhino rugby brand was born out of the scrum. It’s in that brutal cauldron that strength, toughness and experience prevail, and the Rhino brand has been synonymous with optimum player preparation and performance at all levels of rugby, for over 25 years.

The RhinoGB leisurewear collection draws its inspiration from that rich heritage of performance characteristics, and is now being worn by top players and is already receiving a growing celebrity following. Our range has a fine balance of rugby authenticity, vintage ‘university’ style and the latest materials that enhance comfort and style for all forms of relaxation.

RhinoGB. Pushing harder for perfection… For more information, please visit www.rhinogb.com

To enter the competition, just email us your answer to the question below before the closing date of 12pm on Friday 28th January:

What was the score between England and Wales in last year’s RBS Six Nations?

Terms:
– Only one entry per person
– Winner will be drawn at random from all entries received
– Winner must be a fan of The Rugby Blog page on Facebook – www.facebook.com/TheRugbyBlog
– In the case of any dispute, Hutch’s decision will be final.

Olly Barkley

63 thoughts on “WIN RBS Six Nations tickets to Wales v England

  1. In case the instruction ‘send an email’ is not clear, I’ll confirm – posting a comment on here is not the way to enter this competition!

  2. In case the instruction ‘send an email’ is not clear, I’ll confirm – posting a comment on here is not the way to enter this competition!

    Which email address do we use please? Can’t seem to spot one…

  3. England 3 – Wales 17 – James Hook gifted England a scoring oportunity after Wyn Jones was Binned and cost Wales the game

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