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As worn by Mike Brown against Ireland recently and made famous by Jonny Wilkinson and Brian O’Driscoll, from ruck to scrum to rolling maul, these Predator Incurza boots don't let up. They feature a lightweight synthetic upper, predator® technology for added power and swerve on the ball and a Hybrid Traxion™ 2.0 SG outsole for maximum grip on soft ground. RRP £165 for adult sizes. W:

6_BOYS (AND GIRLS) IN THE HOODY This Legend Armour Fleece Hood feels like a cotton sweatshirt but performs like Under Armour. Its hard face traps heat for warmth while its superior moisture transport keeps you dry and comfortable. Featuring contrast piping detail, a double pocket and a UA embroidered logo, it can be designed in your school colours. T: 01633 866048.


7_KEEP SMILING The OPRO custom-fi t mouthguard is universally recognised by sportsmen and women as providing the best possible protection against sporting injury to teeth and gums. Legally CE certifi ed and with a comprehensive dental warranty, it is the RFU's mouthguard of choice for England representative teams. W:

8_T.I.P. TOP

In cooperation with the International Tennis Federation, HEAD developed the T.I.P. (tennis instruction programme) mini tennis net, which is 6.1m wide and can collapse down into a carry bag. W:


John Cheatle supplies sportswear for all school sport requirements including team kits for tours. These netball kits are from Akoa, and John Cheatle provides branded or unbranded sportswear – or a mixture of both to suit parents' budgets. W:


Complying to the IRB's regulation 12 relating to players' dress, heated Alago mitts, designed specifi cally for rugby, were inspired by the designer's son and teammates fi nishing a losing match in 2006 with blue hands. W:

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