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Nominate Your School For A Rugby Trip To Remember

Media release
14 August 2012

Nominate Your School For A Rugby Trip To Remember

Auckland Rugby sponsor Barfoot & Thompson are asking Aucklanders to nominate a deserving primary/intermediate school to be in to win one of ten rugby trips to see Auckland take on Wellington in the ITM Cup clash at Eden Park on Saturday 22 September.

Barfoot & Thompson will provide ten primary/intermediate schools with 75 tickets each for their rugby players and supporters, as well as take care of transport to and from Eden Park, and provide snacks and refreshments on the day.

Just by nominating, you will also go into the draw to win one of 10 Auckland Rugby jerseys!

This fun-filled day is the perfect opportunity to recognise and reward your rugby players and their loyal supporters, as well as get behind the ITM Auckland Rugby team.

The competition kicks off today – nominate a school now!

What: Auckland vs Wellington, ITM Cup
When: Saturday 22 September at 5.35pm
Where: Eden Park
How: To enter, fill out an entry form on the website www.barfoot.co.nz/aucklandrugby and tell Barfoot & Thompson why yours deserves to be one of the ten schools going to the game. Entries close midday Wednesday 12 September
Who: Ten lucky primary/intermediate schools and their supporters. Winners will be notified by midday Thursday 13 September.

ENDS

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