Win tickets to see Wasps v Bath at Twickenham
Thursday 07 April 2011
Greene King IPA, the Official Beer of London Wasps, is offering five lucky winners the chance to celebrate St George’s Day in proper fashion by watching the Aviva Premiership match between Wasps and Bath at Twickenham on Saturday 23 April.
Last year 60,000 people turned out to the inaugural St George’s Day fixture between the two teams and were treated to a fine contest, fitting of such an occasion. This year sees Wasps and Bath locked in a mid table struggle going into the final few games of the season with a top half finish still to play for. Expect a hard fought encounter between two proud teams as they battle for supremacy at the home of English rugby.
This competition has now closed.
For behind the scenes rugby access and to find your local Wasps Supporter Pub visit www.greenekingipa.co.uk
Drink sensibly. Please take as much care enjoying Greene King IPA as we do brewing it.
Brewed in Bury St Edmunds in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, Greene King IPA is a proper pint made from 100% English ingredients. Pouring proper pints to supporters all over the country, Greene King is proud to be right behind London Wasps.
Terms and conditions:
Tickets are non transferable and do not have a cash value
Entrants must be over the age of 18 years
Competition closes Wednesday 20 April
For full terms and conditions, click here
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