Competition – Sunday tickets for World Club 7s this weekend at Twickenham

Twickenham Stadium will be hosting a major new 7s tournament this coming weekend (17th & 18th August) as the growth of the game accelerates towards Olympic inclusion in Rio in 2016.

Refblog has 2 pairs of  tickets up for grabs for you to be able to get down to the home of rugby, Twickenham Stadium, this summer, to be loud and proud, make as much noise as possible  and cheer on Quins and Saints (who be representing England) in the first ever  World Club 7s Tournament!

The new World Club 7s brings together, for the first time, some of the biggest names in club and provincial rugby from the Northern and Southern Hemispheres, together with some of the emerging names in the 7s game. There will be a family friendly, summer carnival atmosphere.

The 12 teams competing in the tournament include top Aviva Premiership Teams Harlequins and Northampton Saints as well as the winners from this year’s J.P. Morgan Premiership Rugby 7s.  They will be joined by the likes of the DHL Western Province and Vodacom Blue Bulls from South Africa, Auckland from New Zealand, the ACT Brumbies from Australia, and Buenos Aires of Argentina. They will also be competing against teams from America, New York and San Francisco and VVA Moscow Region and Kuban Krasnador from Russia, as the established and emerging rugby worlds meet.

To be in with the chance to win a pair of tickets for this Sunday final day, answer this question by DM on Twitter – @Refblog – or by email to ref@refblog.co.uk:

Nigel Owens recently became the most capped Welsh international rugby referee. But who did he take that mantle from? 

Entries by Twitter DM or email before midnight tonight (Wednesday 14 August). Winner will be drawn at random. Please include a contact number so I can call you tomorrow with the good news!

Hi 5 Stadium

You can still buy tickets for the weekend’s rugby at www.ticketmaster.co.uk

More details at: www.worldclub7srugby.com

UPDATE – Thursday 15th

Congratulations to Julian Rainford for getting the correct answer which was Derek Bevan, who won 44 international caps in an illustrious refereeing career. Nigel Owens earned his 45th cap earlier this summer.  Have a great day at the World Club 7s Jules!

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  1. Richard steggall

     /  14 August, 2013

    Derick Bevan

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