The Rugby Blog has teamed up with RBS to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets to Scotland’s RBS 6 Nations game against England at Murrayfield this Saturday.
Over the years the RBS 6 Nations Championship has produced many magical moments. This season, RBS brings you a series of films designed to explore some of these great rugby stories through the eyes of the people involved. This is your chance to relive rugby moments with completely new and exclusive insight from those who were there.
Watch legendary players such as Sam Warburton, Sean Lamont and Ronan O’Gara, as well as inspirational coaches like Stuart Lancaster, Nick Mallet and Philippe Saint-Andre discuss their iconic Championship moments at rbs6nations.com/definingmoments.
Our second video looks back at the 2011 RBS 6 Nations, which saw Italy’s perseverance shine through like never before. The Italian side faced France, who they had failed to beat in the last ten encounters, after a heart-breaking narrow defeat to Ireland, in which O’Gara’s last minute drop-goal secured victory. Despite the odds being against them, Italy put on a remarkable performance to record their first ever RBS 6 Nations win over the French.
For your chance to win tickets to England v Scotland this Saturday, simply enter your details below. The competition shuts at midday on Friday 7th February. Good luck!
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1. Prize is 2 tickets only to Scotland V England at Murrayfield Stadium on the 8th February
2. No cash alternative
3. Tickets are not for re-sale. If tickets are found to have been re-sold then entry will be deemed void by the respective Union.
4. Travel not included
5. Closing date for entries is midday, Friday 7th February
6. A winner will be selected at random and contacted by phone on the number given within an hour, if they do not answer then they must return the call within 4 hours. If they do not respond then an alternative winner will be selected who must respond to the phone call within four hours of initial contact to secure the prize. This process will be repeated until a winner has been chosen.
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