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Legends Rugby 2014

LEGENDS RUGBY FESTIVAL
Saturday 12th July 2014


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SOME of the biggest names in the history of rugby will collide once again at the Legends Rugby Festival on Saturday July 12th 2014 at Wimbledon RUFC.

Get down to Wimbledon RFC and see the Legends in action; Henry and Robbie Paul, Nicky Little, Shane Byrne, Lewis Moody, Terry Fanolua, Sam Vesty, Shaun Perry, Thinus Delport, Leon Lloyd, Dave Corkery, Dan Scarborough, Mariano Sambucetti, Zac Feau'nati, Elvis Seveali'i and many many more! Add in some of the best party bands on the planet to round everything off and its definitely going to be a day to remember!

Slipping their club colours back on and reigniting old rivalries for an action-packed day of 10-a-side rugby fun, will be famous faces and union legends from Leicester Tigers, Gloucester, London Welsh, Bristol, London Irish, Worcester, Saracens, Wasps, Northampton, Cardiff, London Scottish and Harlequins battling it out for Legends' bragging rights won in style by Saracens at the 2013 Festival.

Saracens Legends Rugby Winners 2013

Family fun is the theme of the day, with the UK Veteran's tournaments, City League, women's 10's tournament, netball, kids' entertainment zone and a food village with beer tent and all manner of culinary delights. A day of mud and studs then gives way to a night of live music at the after-show party featuring party bands from around the globe!

If you love any or all of rugby, partying, great food, the craic, family fun, a fantastic atmosphere, karaoke, netball, bubbly, beer, dancing or just having a great time then the Legends Rugby Festival at Wimbledon RFC on Saturday July 12th is an event you shouldn't miss - you will only kick yourself if you do!

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TICKETS

Wimbledon RFC

WIMBLEDON RFC

SATURDAY 12th JULY 2014
10AM - 11PM
Beverley Meads ▪ Barham Road ▪ Copse Hill ▪ Wimbledon ▪ SW20 0ET

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Adult Ticket

12 Jul 2014

£20.00

Student Ticket (with student ID)

12 Jul 2014

£15.00

Music Ticket (Entry between 5pm and 7pm only)

12 Jul 2014

£20.00

Childrens Ticket (ages 5-15)

12 Jul 2014

£10.00

VIP Hospitality Ticket
VIP Ticket in the exclusive pitch-side VIP hospitality bar mixing with the Legends Players

12 Jul 2014

SOLD OUT

Multi-ticket - adults only
Buy 5 adult tickets for the price of 4 and save 20%

11 Jul 2014

£16.00

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ABOUT THE CHARITIES
Tag Rugby Trust

SINCE it's launch in 2002, the Tag Rugby Trust has grown and evolved into an organisation working in the UK and eight developing countries.

TRT uses rugby as a vehicle to "Build Futures" by providing relevant and challenging opportunities for children and adults alike.

Sustainability and local ownership is central to TRT. They help to build the structures that will ensure long term sustainability of our programmes.

2002 Pilot UK volunteer tour to Uganda combining outreach and rugby
2005 Registers as charity (TRDT) to "Introduce children to rugby"
2006 First multi tour year with tours to Zambia and India
2007 First School tour to Uganda (Mill Hill School)
2008 Winner of IRB Development Award
2009 Rebrand to TRT with strapline "Building Futures Through Rugby"
2011 Over 1000 teachers and 35,000 children taught / coached on Volunteer tours
2012 Launch of TRT Sustainability Model in Kenya, Zimbabwe and Uganda
The Shift from "Introducing Rugby to Building Futures

In the ten years that TRT has existed there has been a distinct shift in the focus of our programmes. Initially the tours aimed primarily to coach children how to play tag rugby and the pinnacle of achievement was to host a tournament day.

As they returned to schools and communities for the second and third time we encountered students from previous years that were keen to stay involved. TRT provided an opportunity for them to coach younger children and instantly saw them developing a range of useful and valuable skills.

The realisation of what the programme could offer young leaders and adults alike has formed the basis of our accreditation pathway. Tag Rugby is still the vehicle and tournaments are still a highlight of the programme, but the focus of TRT's work is firmly on developing skills applicable beyond the rugby pitch.

To find out more about their work, click on the TRT logo.

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School of Hard Knocks

SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS is a social inclusion charity which runs courses that use sport to tackle the issues surrounding unemployment, antisocial behaviour, crime and health. The charity has an expert team of coaches and mentors and is supported by a wide range of high profile individuals from within and outside sport. Their work has been documented five times by Sky Sports since 2007 and has grown into one of the most effective and high profile courses in the UK, working with some of the most hard to reach individuals in our society.

SOHK run courses nationwide, using a unique programme of challenging activities and values-based lessons to help participants take positive steps forward in their lives. SOHK teaches responsibility, motivation, teamwork, respect and discipline, all of which allow individuals to take responsibility for their actions and context. The programmes are delivered to young children, teenagers and adults, with extra skills-based lessons tailored to the participants and their requirements.

 

To find out more about SOHK and their work, click on the logo.

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