Win tickets to Wasps v Gloucester
Thursday 03 February 2011
Greene King IPA, the Official Beer of London Wasps, has teamed up with
The Independent to offer five lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each to see Wasps' match against Gloucester on Sunday 13 February.
Following a month of tough cup fixtures, Wasps turn their attention back to league duty as they push for a playoff position. With a host of leading stars away on international duty, this is a great opportunity for the rest of the squad to show their strength in depth against a potentially tricky Gloucester side.
This competition is now closed.
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 per cent English ingredients. For behind the scenes access to London Wasps and England Rugby throughout 2011, visit www.greenekingipa.co.uk
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 10 February 2011
Full terms and conditions can be found by clicking here.
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