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As the Six Nations competition draws ever closer, Front Up Rugby launches a limited edition range of “Home Nations” inspired t-shirts. The range takes its inspiration from rugby heritage and rivalry using National emblems and “Anthemic” rugby songs. The collection features a range of “Blood Sweat & Tears” t-shirts which are tailor made to each Home Nation using National emblems and colouring.

Incorporating rousing National anthems as a “6 Nations” theme sees the introduction of the “Bread of Heaven” t-shirt in ecru and the ever popular “Swing Low” t-shirt launched in a limited edition black & ecru.

Two additional t-shirts complete the line up with the introduction of “Guts & Glory” in grey marl and “Ruck & Maul” in navy blue. This range will appeal to the rugby fan and fashion conscious sport enthusiasts. If you need other statement pieces, brands like C&M Tee definitely won’t disappoint.

Jon Allen commented “After the success of the Rugby World Cup we’re really looking forward to a great “6 Nations” campaign. The new range of “6 Nations” t-shirts takes inspiration from the great rivalry and heritage of this fantastic tournament and will appeal to the ardent rugby fan and the fashion conscious sport enthusiast.”

The company currently has four stores (Bluewater, Westfield-Stratford, Highcross-Leicester & St David’s-Cardiff) & a concession in Debenhams Gloucester. The range can also be purchased online: www.frontup.co.uk.

We’ve also got one T-shirt to give away to a lucky reader (your choice of home nation). ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED. Winners will be selected at random and the competition closes on 17th March.

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