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Win VIP lunch and rugby match

Ealing News Extra readers are being given the chance to win two places at a special Christmas lunch with professional rugby players before settling down to watch a big game.

It is one of the highlights of Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club’s year, with players in attendance to celebrate Christmas and enjoy an afternoon of high calibre rugby, good food and a cracking atmosphere.

The event will take place on Saturday, 17 December, when Ealing Trailfinders take on Bedford Blues. The prize includes a three-course lunch and match day tickets.

To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the following question correctly: What colour(s) does Ealing Trailfinders Rugby team play in?

Send your correct answer to aroundealing@ealing.gov.uk by 4pm on Tuesday, 13 December 2016 with the subject line: Rugby competition.

The winner will be picked out at random from the correct entries received by the deadline – and only the winner will be notified.

Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club

From the humble beginnings of playing its first match on Ealing Common in 1869, Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club now plays in the Championship, English rugby’s second tier.

It is the only local team represented at national level in a professional league, and attracts more than 100,000 people from around the borough to watch, play and learn about rugby.

The club plays and trains at Trailfinders Sports Club in Ealing W13. The first team has risen five leagues since moving to Vallis Way in 1999 and the new season includes local rivalry with London Irish, London Welsh, London Scottish and newly promoted Richmond.

Ealing Trailfinders has one of the largest minis and youth sections – with more than 700 young players – and an amateur men’s section that boasts four teams.

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