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Budding rugby stars are being given the chance to play with the Saracens team in a nationwide competition
2:50pm Tuesday 23rd October 2012 in Sport
Fledgling forwards and promising props are being given the chance to hit the rugby union big time in a nationwide competition by ethical brand One Water.
The sponsors of the Aviva Premiership club Saracens are giving young rugby enthusiasts the opportunity of a lifetime – the chance to win an exclusive training ground experience with the team.
The winning team will be able to meet players from the Saracens squad, which includes current England stars Owen Farrell, Chris Ashton, Brad Barritt, Mouritz Botha and Alex Goode as well as former South African captain John Smit and Namibian captain Jacques Burger.
The winners will also receive 30 tickets to a Saracens home match at the club’s new Allianz Park stadium once complete in the New Year.
To enter, young players, coaches, teachers and proud parents have to upload creative team shots of their school or under-18 club team to an app on One’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/onedifference.
Team members must hold cards emblazoned with the ethical company’s motto #DoOneGoodThing (available to download from the page).
Open to school and club teams under the age of 18, the competition gallery will be available to view online for six weeks and the winners decided based on the photograph that receives the highest number of votes.
Duncan Goose, founder of the One Brand, added: “We are delighted to give young rugby fans across the country the chance to train alongside their sporting heroes.
"In return, we are asking all our entrants to spread the message that just one good thing has the potential to make a huge difference to somebody else’s life”.
One Water donates 100% of profits to fund clean water projects in Africa that help provide clean drinking water for the people that need it most. To date, One has raised more that £7.6 million and changed more than two million lives.
For more details about the competition visit the One Difference Facebook page www.Facebook.com/OneDifference.
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