WIN tickets to Ireland v England Rugby Legends Charity Match

WIN tickets to Ireland v England Rugby Legends Charity Match

WOULD YOU like to see some of England and Ireland's greatest Rugby heroes go head to head in Twickenham? 

This fun, exciting evening of Legends Rugby will be followed by a live band & dancing at the Twickenham Stoop on Friday, 26 February, KO 7.45pm and The Irish Post has 10 pairs of tickets to give away. 

The match, in which all players volunteer to play free of charge, raises hugely valuable funds for both English and Irish charities. This year’s beneficiaries will be The RPA’s Restart Rugby - The Players Charity; the RFU’s Injured Players Foundation, the IRFU Charitable Trust, The IRUPA and The Lewis Moody Foundation.

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The team sheets are already looking extremely exciting, and more players are continuing to sign up to play.

The Ireland Legends, captained by Shane Byrne include Shane Jennings, Gordon D’Arcy, Mal O’Kelly, Paddy Johns, Simon Keogh, Andy Dunne, Tony Buckley, Mick Galwey, Simon Mason, Maurice Field, Gary Halpin and Justin Bishop.*

England Legends, managed by Jason Leonard & captained by Lewis Moody include Ugo Monye, Mike Tindall, Sam Vesty, Iain Balshaw, Ollie Smith, George Chuter, Hugh Vyvyan, Paul Volley, Kevin Yates, Ollie Phillips, Paul Sampson, Spencer Brown, James Grindal and Adam Balding.*

*All players are subject to final confirmation & availability.

Ireland vs England  (Credit ©INPHO/Colm O'Neill) Ireland vs England
(Credit ©INPHO/Colm O'Neill)

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:

Q. Who will Ireland play in their first match of the 2016 Six Nations Championship?

Send your answer, with the subject as ‘Rugby’, along with your contact details (name and daytime telephone number) to [email protected] or by post to:

Rugby Legends Match,

The Irish Post

C/O The Color Company

88 Fenchurch Street

London EC3M 4BY

The closing date for entries is Tuesday, 26 January, 2016.

Terms and conditions apply. The Irish Post's decision is final.