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By ARU Media Unit
It’s rare for Rugby royalty like Sir Graham Henry, Joe Roff, Jeremy Guscott MBE and Gavin Hastings OBE to assemble together at the same time in the same place, but as part of this year’s DHL Australia 2013 Lions Tour they will at an exclusive ‘History in the Making’ Lions lunch, and tickets are still available.
Held ahead of the third and final Qantas Wallabies v British & Irish Lions Test match in Sydney, the lunch will be a once in a lifetime experience to hear from Rugby World Cup 2011 winning coach and former Coach of the 2001 Lions, Sir Graham Henry, Wallaby Legend Joe Roff who was the ‘Man of the Series’ against the 2001 Lions, the ‘Prince of Centres’, Jeremy Guscott MBE who holds 65 caps for England and 8 for the Lions and one of Scotland’s finest, Gavin Hastings OBE.
The panel promises to be both provocative and entertaining and, like the Lions Tour, is an experience that only happens in Australia once every twelve years so is an event not to be missed.
While the Lions Tour itself showcases some of Rugby’s best from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales up against Australia’s greatest of the game, the lunch provides a unique chance to see world-class Rugby figures speak about the insights behind the historic Tour at an intimate lunch at the Westin Hotel, Sydney.
With all proceeds from the lunch going towards the Lloyd McDermott Indigenous Rugby Development Team, the event will also provide the opportunity to raise money for Indigenous Men’s and Women’s Rugby in Australia.
The lunch will act as an ideal celebration the day before the final Test match between the Qantas Wallabies and British & Irish Lions in Australia for another twelve years.
Tickets are selling fast so secure your place or table now so you don’t miss out on this money can’t buy experience. More details are available here.
‘History in the Making’ Lions lunch
Where: Westin Hotel, Sydney
When: Friday 5 July, 12.30pm
Purchase your seats or a table of ten here: https://2013aruevents.floktu.com/register
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