Win a trip to Twickenham for you and five mates to watch England
Thursday 11 November 2010
To celebrate the visit of Samoa to Twickenham next weekend, the Independent has teamed up with RFU TV to offer you the chance to win a great day out for yourself and five mates at the home of rugby.
England will take on Samoa on Saturday 20 November in the third Investec International of 2010 as they continue their preparations ahead of the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand next year. Martin Johnson’s men will have to contend with a physical Samoa side as they look to build on recent performances, giving the Twickenham faithful plenty to cheer about.
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic day out, please answer the question below. And to get the inside scope on the squad, as well as fun features, match analysis and up to the minute player interviews with presenters Austin Healey and Abi Griffiths, watch the latest episode of “O2 Inside Line” on www.rfu.com/o2insideline.
The competition closes at noon on Wednesday 17 November.
Terms and conditions:
- Tickets are stand only tickets and do not have a cash value.
- Tickets are non transferable and cannot be exchanged.
- Tickets subject to RFU ticket terms and conditions. For more information see rfu.com/tickets.
To read the Independent's terms and conditions, click here.
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