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Deal & Betteshanger RFC host grand draw for 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets

07 May 2014
by Eleanor Perkins

Deal and Betteshanger RFC will be running a draw for 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets at the Drill Field Club House in Canada Road on Sunday.

The club has been allocated 300 tickets in total, 100 for matches at Twickenham, including 10 for the final, as well as 200 more for 38 matches around the country at venues which include the Olympic Stadium, Wembley, Cardiff, Brighton, Milton Keynes, Bristol, Leeds, Birmingham, Newcastle, Leicester, Gloucester and Exeter.

The draw is open to club members only but Deal and Bettsshanger are extending an invitation to those interested to join as a social members for the forthcoming 2014/15 season.

The membership fee of £30 brings with it discounted prices on beer and spirits as well as many concessions in quality Deal eateries and the opportunity to watch good local rugby. Membership can be purchased on the day.

Tickets for the draw cost £1 each and will be available to buy from 2.30pm at the club house.

The first draw will be for Twickenham matches, two tickets will be issued per winning ticket on a first come first served basis, until all 100 are gone.

In the second draw at 5.30pm, the winner will be allocated four tickets for the countrywide game of their choice, again on first come basis.

A small fee will be charged for registration of the RFU website with an added code.

The bar will be open from 12.30pm.

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