Competition: Win tickets to Warrington V Wigan next week

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By Total Rugby League March 12, 2014 14:55

Competition: Win tickets to Warrington V Wigan next week

We’ve teamed up with Brut for men – official partner of Super League – to give away three pairs of tickets to next week’s north-west derby between Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors.

With both sides keen to establish momentum following slow starts to the season, and revenge to be exacted after last year’s Grand Final, it is shaping up to be a real cracker. Kick off is at 8pm on Thursday March 20, with Warrington’s Halliwell-Jones Stadium playing host.

Chris-Hill-Wigan-WarringtonTo stand a chance of being there totally free of charge, all you have to do is ‘like’ the Rugby League World Facebook page before 3pm on Tuesday March 18. Winners will be notified immediately after this deadline and will pick up their prize from the ticket office. Everyone who already likes the page will be entered. Click here to visit the page.

To get you in the mood, watch the below video, which features highlights from the 2013 Grand Final between the two teams.


Brut is starting its second year as an Official Partner of Super League and will again be running its Fan of Pride campaign, which rewards fans that ‘Man Up’ for their team. Find out more: www.brutformen.co.uk/superleague

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