Win box seats at the Aviva rugby union Premiership Final...

...and spend the night in the luxury London Syon Park Hotel!

The biggest final in club rugby - a match that's sold out even the mighty Twickenham Stadium for the last three seasons - is nearly upon us! Last season's match was a thrilling encounter, with Leicester Tigers snatching victory over a strong Saracens side with a match-winning try in the dying minutes. The atmosphere was electric as Dan Hipkiss touched down for the winner, and this season’s finale promises to be no different!









The Aviva Premiership Final takes place on Saturday 28 May 2011 at Twickenham Stadium, the culmination of another hard-fought season - and the crowning of the eventual 2010/11 Aviva Premiership champions. It's going to be brilliant - and you could be lucky enough to be there to take in all the action as the season comes to an end, thanks to the Great Getaway from Hilton Worldwide.

It's the rugby prize to end all prizes - a corporate box for five people to watch the Final in Premiership style including food, drinks, programmes and a shirt signed by your favourite Aviva Premiership team. What's more, on the night of the final, thanks to the Great Getaway from Hilton Worldwide, the winner will have the opportunity to sample the delights of their latest luxury hotel with one night at London Syon Park. A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, it sits among 200 acres of British countryside seven miles from central London - and you won't want to miss out on a stay there.

To get your hands on this amazing prize, just answer the following insultingly simple question:



For further information please visit www.premiershiprugby.com/final

This competition closes on Monday 23 May. Please make sure you're available on the day of the Final, which is held on Saturday 28 May.

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