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Score free advertising with Moseley Rugby Club


The Chamber is linking with Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club to offer readers a fantastic competition to win two tickets to the first home match of the season and one year’s free advertising at the ground for your company. Birmingham Moseley


Rugby Club fields sixteen Rugby Union sides for men, women and juniors, offering the chance to learn, train and play rugby for all abilities, at Billesley Common, near the centre of Birmingham. With a proud and


longstanding tradition, Birmingham Moseley is the leading rugby club in Greater Birmingham. The Club’s rich history includes representing Great Britain at the 1900 Paris Olympics games; providing nine players to defeat the All Blacks in 1972; being a finalist in the first ever RFU knockout cup and


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winning the EDF trophy at Twickenham in 2009. Ninety-six Moseley players have


represented their country, including four as the England Captain and a number of the British Lions. In this competition, Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club is offering two tickets to the first home match of the season and a pitch perimeter advertising board free for a year, giving the winning company greater


exposure to a new audience. The perimeter board,


which is six metres by one metre, will be situated


facing the pitch. The advertising cost would have been £950.00 for a year. The board will not only be seen


on matchdays but for all the events happening at the club and in The Reddings Suite throughout the year. Some of the events that have taken place so far in 2018 include


an NHS Conference, a Regional Managers meeting for HSBC and for Tesco’s, Bell Plumbings Trade Show, amateur boxing nights, sporting evenings, fund raising charity dinners, awards and luncheons. There are regular Le Breton training courses and well attended family events which take place throughout the year. On the playing side there is an


average of just under 1000 spectators for the first team matchdays, with our sister club, Moseley Oak playing on alternate Saturdays. The thriving mini and junior teams have over 300 members who attend the club on a Sunday. There are also numerous representative, university, college, academy and development matches throughout the season.


For more information on Birmingham Moseley Rugby club and The Reddings Suite, call 0121 443 3631 or visit www.moseleyrugby.co.uk or www.reddinsbirmingham.co.uk or email info@moseleyrugby.co.uk


To be in with a chance to win this great competition please answer the following question and send your answer with your contact details to s.cooke@birmingham- chamber.com by close of play on 18 May 2018.


Q. Who did Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club play in their final home fixture in the 2017/2018 season?


April competition winners


Winners of a family pass for the Great British Food Festival at Weston Park are: Lydia Gough, Gail Hopley, Jean-Luc Priez, Alexandra Hutchinson, Pam Brook, Robert Cooke, Michael Hanlon, Chris Belyavin, Jill Priest and Sian O’Carroll.


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