Saracens supporters are being given the opportunity of a lifetime to train with their heroes thanks to ethical water brand, One Water.
The Men in Black sponsors are giving aspiring rugby players the chance to have the ultimate training ground experience where they will meet the Saracens squad as well as receive 30 match tickets for a home game at the club's brand-new Allianz Park Stadium.
Winners of the competition will get the opportunity to meet England players 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.
To enter, players, coaches, teachers or parents need to upload a creative shot of their Under-18s school or club team to the One Water Facebook page: www.facebook.com/onedifference.
Team members must hold cards displaying the company’s motto #DoOneGoodThing – available to download from the Facebook page.
The winner of the competition will be the team whose photo receives the highest number of votes whilst displayed in an online gallery for six weeks.
Duncan Goose, founder of One Water said: “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 its profits to fund clean water projects in Africa that help provide clean drinking water for those who need it most. To date, One Water have raised more than £7.6 million and changed more than two million lives.