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Win Italy v Scotland 6 Nations Tickets With Front Up Rugby

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Front Up Rugby are offering you the chance to get in on the Six Nations action! WIN a pair of tickets to see Italy v Scotland on March 17, as well as two ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears’ Scotland inspired t-shirt.

The range takes its inspiration from rugby heritage and rivalry using National emblems and “Anthemic” rugby songs.

The “6 Nations” 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.

Front Up Rugby is a casual, contemporary fashion brand with a vintage/heritage style. The garments are all finished with a heavy enzyme wash ensuring they are soft, fitted & ready to wear.

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

Please note that this giveaway is for tickets and t-shirts only, winners would still have to arrange their own accommodation and travel to Rome for the game on March 17th.


Winners will be drawn on Friday 9th March at 5pm. Please only enter if you are able to attend the match in Rome, and are based within the UK as your prizes will need to be posted to you.

Don’t forget we have another competition running throughout the Six Nations to win a “Blood Sweat & Teats t-shirt” of your choice.

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