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Win A Lions Shirt Courtesy of Qantas

Mane Event

With the second British & Irish Lions test kicking off tomorrow, the series could be put to bed and the Lions left for a procession into Sydney and a place on the roll of honour.

Seems unlikely though. I wouldn’t write off the Aussies, and if the Wallabies can find a goal kicker (and stay out of Macdonalds) it could all turn out quite differently to the first test and set things up nicely for the final test before the long flight home.

Amongst the fans out in Australia are a group of four (one from each home nation) taking part in MSN and Qantas’s Mane Event where they are taking in the 3 Lions Tests, and taking on the Aussies at some “sporting” activities of a distinctly different kind. You can find out more over at the Mane Event website.

Our last giveaway was a great success so thanks to Qantas we’ve got another Lions rugby shirt to give away. It’s never too late to join the sea of red.

To enter simply answer the following question and send your name, postal address and shirt size to with the subject “Lions Shirt Comp”.


To find the answer simply .

This competition is brought to you in partnership with Qantas – check out their website for flights to Australia.

Terms and Conditions:

  • This Giveaway is open to UK residents only.
  • This Giveaway is not open to employees of Qantas, their family members, or anyone professionally connected with the giveaway.
  • The giveaway will run from Friday 28th June 18:00 GMT until Thursday 4th July 2013 0:01 GMT.
  • Any entries received or processed after the closing date will not be accepted.
  • Only one entry is allowed per person.
  • The winner will be picked up randomly and announced on Thursday 4th July 2013.
  • No cash or other alternative is available to the prizes.
  • Any contact information held for giveaway purposes will be deleted following conclusion of the giveaway.
  • If the winner cannot be contacted within 24 hours of the prize draw, Scottish Rugby Blog reserves the right to conduct another prize draw to determine a new winner.

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