Win tickets to Harlequins v Bath with Greene King IPA
Tuesday 12 October 2010
Greene King IPA, the Official Beer of Harlequins, has teamed up with
The Independent to offer five readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each to the Aviva Premiership clash between Quins and Bath at T Stoop on Sunday 31 October.
This Halloween special sees two of English rugby’s heavyweights go head to head at the Stoop, as they search for vital points ahead of the busy festive period.
The Quins trio of Chris Robshaw, Nick Easter and Danny Care will need to be at their best if they are to be in Martin Johnson’s starting line up when England face the might of New Zealand at Twickenham on 6 November.
This competition has now closed.
For behind the scenes rugby access and to find your local Quins Supporter Pub visit www.greenekingipa.co.uk
Drink sensibly. Please take as much care enjoying Greene King IPA as we do brewing it.
Terms and conditions: Tickets are stand only tickets and do not have a cash value. Tickets are non transferable and cannot be exchanged. Entrants must be over the age of 18 years. For full Ts & Cs click here.
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