INTERESTING; Five Tigers involved in World Cup quarter-finals”

Beginning this weekend, the knockout rounds of the 2023 Rugby World Cup will feature five Tigers.

On Saturday, October 14, when Argentina takes on Wales in the first quarterfinal, two Tigers will get the ball.

Los Pumas’ captain Julián Montoya will start the game at hooker.

Tommy Reffell, the starting flanker for Wales, joins him in the scrum, although on the other side.

Three Tigers have been selected for the England team to play Fiji on Sunday, October 15.

Ollie Chessum will start at lock, joining veteran front-rower Dan Cole in the scrum. Dan Cole will start at tight head prop.

George Martin, a versatile forward, is one of the replacements.

The long-running Defender Premiership Rugby Cup festival will once again take held at Oakham School on Sunday, October 15, with Leicester Tigers serving as the host team.

The Defender Premiership Rugby Cup, an essential component of the grassroots rugby calendar each season that enables Defender to interact with the rugby community and the people at its core, plays a crucial role in fostering the ideals at the heart of the game.

The competitions are created to give aspiring young players the opportunity to participate in competitive games in a manner that will support their growth, all while upholding rugby’s key principles of discipline, teamwork, respect, enjoyment, and sportsmanship. enabling students to acquire crucial knowledge that will benefit them both on and off the rugby field.

An exclusive trip to the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final, to be held at Twickenham Stadium on June 8, 2024, is up for grabs for each U11 and U12 side competing in the Defender Premiership Rugby Cup.

For nearly 20 years, Defender has supported rugby in the UK at all levels, from the amateur to the professional. The Defender Premiership Rugby Cup, a national series of rugby festivals for U11 and U12 teams, serves as a prime example of Land Rover’s support for grassroots rugby in the UK.

Over 100,000 young people have discovered rugby thanks to the Defender Premiership Rugby Cup since it began, and some of them have fulfilled their aspirations to play for Premiership Rugby clubs.

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