VIRTUALLY KICK FOR A RBS 6 NATIONS. TICKET CAN YOU KICK IT?
14 March 2006 16:16pm
Rugby fans in Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester will once again be able to kick their way to an RBS 6 Nations match. The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, in association with the BBC, will be bringing an all-new virtual 'Kick for an RBS 6 Nations Ticket' competition to city centre big screens from 11am - 5pm from Wednesday 15 to Friday 17 March 2006.
This pioneering sensory technology has been developed by scientists at Liverpool John Moores University, in association with the BBC and RBS. Participants will have three attempts at 'kicking' the ball on screen through the posts for a chance to win a pair of tickets to an England game in 2007. Win or lose, no one will leave 'Virtually Kick for an RBS 6 Nations Ticket' empty-handed, as there is an RBS 6 Nations goody bag for everyone who takes part.
Event: Virtually Kick for an RBS 6 Nations Ticket
Wednesday 15th March 2006, Chamberlain Square - Birmingham
Thursday 16 March 2006, Clayton Square - Liverpool
Friday 17th March 2006, Exchange Square - Manchester
Time: 11am - 5pm
(Rugby boots are not required)
Before Will Greenwood started breaking down moves off the field, he was doing the business on it - and no match better illustrated the type of marauding centre he was than in a virtuoso performance against Wales.