Our Lockdown Rugby Quiz

Whilst we’re all well and truly locked down with the current Corona-Virus Pandemic and wondering when we might ever see some Rugby again, it’s a harrowing time for all to say the least!

So, we at Legends Hospitality thought we’d try and lift the spirits and give you something to do, with a fantastic prize on offer (no purchase necessary) – in fact it’s a prize that money can’t buy.

All ten questions are featured on this page and each week for the next ten weeks (even if we’re still ‘unlocked’ by then ) we’ll be posting one of the questions across all our social media channels (so 10 questions in all) with all winning entries going into the draw for the following prize:

  • Two places at the Wales home match of your choice during the Autumn Series 2020 OR during the Six Nations 2021, for the pre-match lunch,
  • Sitting at top table with our International Rugby Guest Speaker;
  • The prize includes our superb pre-match three-course lunch and a complimentary bar, post-match food;
  • Also you will be presented with
    • An International Jersey for both of you signed by the International Rugby Guest Speaker
    • A framed colour photograph of you both with the Guest Speaker (supplied post-event)
    • An additional match-day gift each to remind you of the day.

This is a great prize worth having and all you have to do is email us your answers each week to enter the free draw for the prize. The draw will be made by Wales and Lions Rugby Legend JPR WILLIAMS and the result featured on our Twitter and Facebook pages, with the winners contacted by us.

So here are the questions.  Once you have your answers ready, please email them to Paul at legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk.  And Good Luck!!!

Question 1

Which of these three players (listed below) was the first to reach 50 caps for the All Blacks?

  • Zinzan Brooke
  • John Kirwan
  • Sean Fitzpatrick

Question 2

Legends Hospitality Rob JonesIdentify one of our speakers – a Wales and British and Irish Lions international who stamped his authority on the game.

Question 3

Who has scored the most tries whilst playing rugby union at full-back for Wales (up to end of April 2020)?

Question 4

Which father and son, related to the World’s greatest ever Rugby commentator Bill McClaren, both played for and captained Scotland in the 5 Nations (Dad) and the 6 Nations (son)?

Question 5

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Two more of our guests.  Both captained Wales, although in very different eras.  Name them.

Question 6

How many times have Welsh players captained the British & Irish Lions in at least one Test Match (up until the end of April 2020)?

Question 7

Legends Hospitality

Name another two of the rugby legends who’ve spoken at one of our pre-match events – One is a Wales international back row who played for Llanelli and Cardiff who is standing alongside an Osprey with 142 appearances and counting (as of end of April 2020).

Question 8

Name the THREE Welsh props who toured New Zealand with the British and Irish Lions in 1977.

Question 9

Name FIVE sets of brothers who have both played rugby union for Wales (up to the end of April 2020).

Question 10

Only ONE player from the legendary teams of the 1970s makes it into the top TWELVE points scorers for the Wales national rugby union team. Who is he?

Once you have your answers ready, please email them to Paul at legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk.  And Good Luck!!!

Terms and Conditions

  • Where there is only one entry with the highest score, that entry will be declared the winner
  • Where there is more than one entry with the highest score, then the draw will be activated to establish a winner
  • To qualify, you MUST attempt each question with an answer, so ten answers in all. All answers must be emailed into us weekly and only one entry will be permitted per person
  • We will not be supplying tickets to the match at the Principality Stadium, however you will be able to watch the match live in our event room at the hotel if you do not have your own ticket to enter the stadium
  • The ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ is organised by Legends Hospitality, Porthcawl
  • The ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ is open to everyone, anywhere in the world
  • By entering the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ each entrant agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  • To enter the 2018 Rules Quiz you must:
  • On submission of your completed entry:
    • you consent to your email address being added to Legends Hospitality database and periodically will be sent newsletters Legends Hospitality. For the avoidance of doubt, your email address will not be displayed or used for any other purpose; and
    • you will be automatically bound by these terms and conditions.
  • Entry into the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ is free.
  • All entries must be received by 11:59pm (GMT) on 31st July 2020. Entries not submitted in accordance with these terms and conditions will not be accepted.
  • Entries that are incomplete or corrupted will be deemed invalid. No responsibility will be accepted by Legends Hospitality for corrupted entries.
  • The first prize for the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ is as stated above. No cash alternative will be offered or change given.
  • To be eligible to receive the first prize, entrants must achieve a score of 10/10 in the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’. In the event that two or more entrants tie for the first prize for the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’, those entrants will be entered into a draw. The winner will be the first entry drawn at random by JPR Williams.
  • The Legends Hospitality prizes cannot be redeemed for cash or benefits in kind such as gift vouchers. The prizes are non-transferable.
  • In the unlikely event that no entries are received before the closing date the prizes will not be awarded.
  • The winner of the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ will be notified by email after the closing date. The winner will be asked to provide the names and details of the individuals who will attend the pre-match hospitality event and must do so within 14 days of being notified or they will forfeit the prize.  One of the named individuals must be the prize winner, unless otherwise authorised by Legends Hospitality.  The Tickets will then be personal to those named individuals and they will not be transferable.
  • Prizes will be despatched by email. Legends Hospitality accepts no liability for lost or undelivered prizes.
  • To the fullest extent permitted by law, Legends Hospitality hereby excludes all warranties, representations, covenants and liability (whether express or implied) regarding the prize or a prize draw.
  • In the event of any dispute regarding the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’, the decision of Legends Hospitality shall be final and binding and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into.
  • At any time prior to the closing date, Legends Hospitality may withdraw or cancel the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ for any reason and may change the prize to a prize of a similar value. Any such cancellation or change shall be notified on Legend Hospitality website.
  • Legends Hospitality reserves the right to cancel the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ and reject redemption of any Legends Hospitality Prizes if it reasonably believes that the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’ or any prize is being used unlawfully or illegally.
  • By entering the ‘Lockdown Rugby Quiz’, the winner consents to the publishing of their name and country of residence on Legends Hospitality website.
  • Legends Hospitality reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions without prior notice. Any changes will be posted on Legends Hospitality’s website located at https://legendshospitalityblog.wordpress.com/
  • By submitting the completed registration form to enter the draw you consent to the storage, use and transfer of your personal data by Legends Hospitality for marketing and related purposes.
  • The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by the law of Wales and all and any questions or disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Welsh courts.

So, get cracking and email your answers to: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Dafydd James Talks Rugby

Dafydd James made his reputation in the red of the Scarlets, Wales and the British and Irish Lions in a rugby career that spanned over 15 years.  At our rugby lunch prior to the 2020 Six Nations test match between Wales and France, Dafydd talked about his life as a rugby player during a time of evolution into professionalism.  Since retiring as a player, Dafydd is regularly seen and heard as a rugby pundit on both television and radio.  Since 2010, Dafydd has also been a motivational speaker, fitness coach and personal trainer.

Photographs from the pre-match hospitality lunch.

This was the second of three lunches held prior to Wales’ Six Nations games in Cardiff.  On the 14th March 2020, there is a Scottish flavour to our lunch prior to Wales playing Scotland when we are joined by Scotland and British Lions fly-half Craig Chalmers.

For more details go to:  Six Nations 2020 Pre-Match Hospitality

Hospitality Packages

Our Wales pre-match hospitality event includes:

  • Superb 3-course lunch;
  • Guest rugby personalities talking talk about life in the game;
  • Match day gift;
  • Bar table service during the speeches;
  • A big screen to watch the game for those not going to the stadium. ;

For further details on the packages available, including bespoke packages, please contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

Derek Bevan at Glyncorrwg RFC

Derek Bevan is widely recognised as one of the best ever rugby union referees.  In all illustrious career, Derek officiated over 11 Rugby World Cup games and 44 tests.  After hanging up his boots, he became a Television Match Official (TMO), finally retiring in May 2016.

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Derek presided over rugby matches before there was extensive camera coverage.  The game of rugby union was very different, with often violent encounters between players.  With wit and authority, Derek developed a reputation as one of the world’s best referees.  His career pinnacle was refereeing the 1991 Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham when Australia beat England 12-6.  He is only one of eight to referee a World Cup Final.

On Friday 7th February 2020, Glyncorrwg RFC hosted ‘An Evening with Derek Bevan’.

 

Sporting Personalities Guesting at Rugby, Football, Golf and Sports Clubs

Legends Hospitality organise speakers for club dinners and pre-match lunches.  Presently, we are taking bookings for pre-match entertainment prior to the 2020 Six Nations rugby internationals in Cardiff – Six Nations 2020 Pre-Match Hospitality

For more information, please contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

Garin Jenkins Speaks Prior to Wales Beating Italy

Garin Jenkins was our guest speaker at our Italian lunch before Wales and Italy kicked off the 2020 Six Nations.  The lunch was held at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Cardiff, a short walk away from the Principality Stadium.

Garin mingled with guests and then spoke about his life as an international rugby player, including some amusing anecdotes about ex-Wales and All Blacks coach Graham Henry and the Australian Welshman Jason Jones-Hughes.

Another great early and late afternoon and the perfect start to the 2020 Six Nations.

All photographs taken by Paul Fears Photography.

This was the first of three lunches held prior to Wales’ Six Nations games in Cardiff.  On Saturday 22nd February, prior to Wales facing France in Cardiff, our guest speaker is Wales and British Lions winger Dafydd James.  There is a Scottish flavour to our lunch prior to Wales playing Scotland when we are joined by Scotland and British Lions fly-half Craig Chalmers.

For more details go to:  Six Nations 2020 Pre-Match Hospitality

Hospitality Packages

Our Wales pre-match hospitality event includes:

  • Superb 3-course lunch;
  • Guest rugby personalities talking talk about life in the game;
  • Match day gift;
  • Bar table service during the speeches;
  • A big screen to watch the game for those not going to the stadium. ;

For further details on the packages available, including bespoke packages, please contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

 

Rob Jones at Porthcawl RFC

Rob Jones MBE is widely regarded as one of the finest scrum halves to wear a Wales rugby jersey.  At a special dinner hosted at Porthcawl RFC, Rob talked about a career that started at Swansea RFC and included 54 caps for Wales and 3 for the British and Irish Lions on their series winning tour of Australia in 1989.

Here is a small selection of photographs from the dinner.

 

Sporting Personalities Guesting at Rugby, Football, Golf and Sports Clubs

Legends Hospitality organise speakers for club dinners and pre-match lunches.  Presently, we are taking bookings for pre-match entertainment prior to the 2020 Six Nations rugby internationals in Cardiff – Six Nations 2020 Pre-Match Hospitality

For more information, please contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

Six Nations 2020 Pre-Match Hospitality

Prior to the Wales Six Nations test matches in Cardiff, Legends Hospitality is hosting three pre-match hospitality lunches at the Radisson Blu in Cardiff.

Wales vs Italy (1st February 2020) with Garin Jenkins

Legends Hospitality Wales vs Ireland 2015-20

Between 1991 and 2002, Garin Jenkins won 58 caps as a hooker, including playing at the rugby world cup in 1991, 1995 and 1999.  He played his rugby at Swansea RFC, also captaining The Whites.  He was widely regarded as one of the hardest men in rugby and never took a step backward.  When Graham Henry became Wales coach in 1998. most people thought Garin’s Wales career was over.  However, under advice Henry brought Garin back into the fold and found one of the most committed and loyal players in his squad.

Wales vs France (22nd February 2020) with Dafydd James

Dafydd James started his career in 1995 with Bridgend RFC and went on to represent Wales 51 times, scoring 11 tries.  In 2001, he also played in all 3 British and Irish Lions tests in Australia and scored 1 of the 4 tries in the opening series victory.

Most of his career was spent flying down the wing.  He was quick and his size (6ft 4 1/2 inches) meant that he often terrorized his opposite number.

After starting his rugby union career with Bridgend RFC, he went on to represent 8 different clubs.  He first made a name for himself at Sardis Road with Pontypridd, before moving west to Llanelli in 1999.  His longest club association was with the Welsh regional side, Llanelli Scarlets, where we made 72 appearances between 2005 and 2009, scoring .  points. His ended his rugby playing career with English premiership side Sale in 2010.

Since 2009, Dafydd has been a familiar face on TV as a rugby union sports pundit, but is also a motivational speaker, fitness coach and personal trainer.

Wales vs Scotland (14th March 2020) with Craig Chalmers

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Over 11 years, between 1989 and 1999, Craig Chalmers won 60 Scotland caps, scoring 166 points.  He also played for the British and Irish Lions once in 1989, scoring 6 points.  Craig’s rugby career started with Border Reivers in 1996.  He then went on to play for Edinburgh Rugby, Glasgow Warriors, Harlequins and finally Worcester Warriors, retiring in 2003.

Since retiring, Craig has built a reputation as a well-respected motivational and after-dinner speaker, featuring in rugby and sports events across the UK.

Hospitality Packages

Our Wales pre-match hospitality event includes:

  • Superb 3-course lunch;
  • Guest rugby personalities talking talk about life in the game;
  • Match day gift;
  • Bar table service during the speeches;
  • A big screen to watch the game for those not going to the stadium. ;

For further details on the packages available, including bespoke packages, please contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

Mick Quinn Entertains Before Wales Win Grand Slam

Wales vs Ireland Rugby Lunch in Cardiff

The 2019 Six Nations was drawing to a close with a Wales vs Ireland Grand Slam decider in Cardiff.  Rugby fans were flooding into the Welsh capital from all over Wales and Ireland.  There was an air of expectation hanging in the wind swept rain.

Legends Hospitality Mick Quinn

At the Radisson Blu in Cardiff, guests took shelter from the awful weather, enjoying a 3-course meal swilled down by plenty of beer and wine.  The room was also serenaded by the Cardiff Male Choir.

Rugby Stories

Legends Hospitality Mick Quinn

Our first guest speaker on the day was Wales and British Lions winger J. J. Williams.  JJ featured in many of the Wales rugby victories in the 1970s.  In 1974, he toured South Africa with the Lions and was a revelation on the hard grounds.  He played in all four tests.  He toured with the Lions for a second time in 1978 and played in three tests against the New Zealand All Blacks.

Legends Hospitality Mick Quinn

However, the room was reduced to tears of laughter when Mick Quinn took the stage.  Between 1973 and 1981, Quinn won ten caps for Ireland as a fly-half.  There was a twinkle in his eye and a cheeky grin on his face as he told his rugby stories.

The Grand Slam

The focus then returned to the Wales vs Ireland game.  There was a quiet buzz of confidence from all those wearing red.  After Wales had demolished Ireland in a one-side 25-7 Grand Slam winning victory, guests returned to the Radisson Blu wet from the heavy rain but with huge smiles etched on their faces.

Wales v Ireland 2019

In the warmth of the Radisson Blu, our guests watched the incredible England vs Scotland Six Nations game as they enjoyed some post match food and celebrated with beer and wine.

Saturday 16th March 2019 had been a perfect day!

Rugby Hospitality

We are now turning our attention to the Rugby World Cup.  In the Autumn we are organising rugby legends to speak at sports clubs across South Wales.  Many rugby and golf clubs are organising ‘An Evening With…’ rugby dinners on the evening before Wales play in the World Cup.

To discuss booking a rugby speaker, please contact Paul on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

All photographs taken by Paul Fears Photography

Legends Hospitality Mick Quinn

Wales Play Ireland In Grand Slam Decider

Six Nations 2019 Climax in Cardiff

On Saturday 16th March 2019, Wales will have the chance to secure the Six Nations championship and secure their twelfth Grand Slam.  But how good is this Wales team and do they deserve to have a chance of a Grand Slam?  Let’s look at the facts and figures.

The Recent Wales Record

  1. The Wales team is on a record twelve match winning sequence. In that time they have beaten South Africa, Australia and England;
  2. The last side to beat Wales was Ireland (37-27) on the 24th February 2018 in Dublin.
  3. Their self-belief was evident in the opening Six Nations game against France. At half time, Wales trailed by 16 points after 2 France tries.  3 tries in the second half contributed to a 24-19 victory.  A record comeback in any Six or Five Nations championship game;
  4. Wales changed 10 players to face Italy in Rome in their second Six Nations game. Despite a struggle, Wales win 26-15, scoring and conceding 2 tries;
  5. The old enemy arrived in Cardiff on a formidable run of form. England had beaten the much-fancied Ireland in Dublin and demolished France at Twickenham.  Scoring 2 tries to England’s 1, Wales secured a famous and impressive victory 21-13;
  6. As the only unbeaten side in the 2019 Six Nations, Wales travelled to Scotland. They became only the second team in three years to beat Scotland at Murrayfield.  After a controlled first half scoring 2 tries, they withstood a barrage of Scottish attack to win 18-11;

The Grand Slam

Wales’ final Six Nations game is against Ireland in Cardiff.  Three Grand Slams have been secured by Wales in the Six Nations era:

  1. 2005 when Wales beat Ireland 32-20 in the final game Cardiff and secured their first Grand Slam since 1978;
  2. 2008, in Gatland’s first season as coach, when Wales beat France 29-12 in the final game in Cardiff;
  3. 2012 when entertained France in the final game again and secured a 16-9 win in Cardiff;

On paper, Ireland start as favourites.  Apart from their loss against England, the Irish form in recent years has been fantastic and includes a famous victory against New Zealand.  They have got better with each game through the Six Nations, including the destruction of France in Dublin.

The Wales vs Ireland Six Nations game will be physical and the question is whether Wales’ belief and exceptional work ethic can inspire them to secure that final Grand Slam and Six Nations championship winning victory.

Hospitality for the Ireland Game

At the Wales v Ireland pre-match lunch on Saturday 16 March at 14:45, we will be joined by ex-Irish international Mick Quinn and British Lions and Wales flyer J.J. Williams.  There are a small number of places left.  Please contact us as soon as possible to reserve a place.

Hospitality Packages

Our Wales vs Ireland pre-match hospitality event includes:

  • Superb 3-course lunch;
  • Guest rugby personalities talking talk about life in the game;
  • A Welsh Male Voice Choir;
  • Match day gift;
  • Bar table service during the speeches;
  • A big screen to watch the game for those not going to the stadium. ;

There are three tiers of tickets (along bespoke packages can be provided on request):

Level One Premier

Drinks reception with the guest speaker, a free bar (beers and wines only) until kick-off, post-match food, premier seating position in room, match-day gift.  £139 + VAT per head

Level Two Enhanced

Free Bar (beers and wines only) until kick-off and match-day gift.  £119 + VAT per head

Level Three Classic

Pay as you go bar,  and a match-day gift.  £89 + VAT per head

For more information about pre-match rugby hospitality for the Six Nations please contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

Robert Jones Entertains Before Wales Beat England

Rugby Tales from Wales and British Lions Scrum Half Robert Jones

Legends Hospitality Rob Jones

From the moment Cardiff woke up on Saturday morning, there was a special buzz in the air.  It was Six Nations international day and the English were coming to town.

The Wales vs England fixture is always special, especially in Cardiff.  In recent years, England have had the upper hand, winning the last four games.  But there was belief in Wales.  The team had already won 11 test matches in a row and were going for a record twelfth.

Pre Match Warm Up with Robert Jones

Legends Hospitality Rob Jones

Our pre-match rugby lunch at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Cardiff started with a rousing performance from the Cardiff Male Choir.  The Welsh voices rattled the rafters and brought tears to our guests eyes.

Then, Robert Jones treated our guests to some great rugby stories.  The British Lions and Wales scrum half talked about the infamous ‘Battle of Ballymore’ duel with Nick Farr-Jones in the second Lions test in 1989.  Robert also gave his views on the present Wales side, predicting a victory if the team performed to their true abilities.  His comments proved to be quite insightful.

After dinner, Wales and British Lions legendary full-back JPR Williams joined us for a Q&A.  He talked frankly about the modern game.  His comments about the importance of playing players in their recognised positions proved very astute, with Wales full back Liam Williams outstanding and being named Man Of The Match.

Legends Hospitality Rob Jones

Amazing Newbridge artist Patrick Killian produced a painting of JPR at the event.  Patrick’s paintings feature many iconic sporting and boxing legends including Anthony Joshua.  He was also displaying an incredible painting of the 2005 Wales Grand Slam, signed by most of the players.

Our guests left for the stadium with smiles on their faces and stomachs full of food and beer.

A selection of photographs from the event can be seen on the website of our resident photographer Paul Fears Photography

A Marvellous Victory

In an astoundingly physical test match, Wales out-thought England to secure their record twelfth consecutive victory.  It was a hugely impressive performance against an England team touted as prospective Six Nations champions.

Wales march on to face Scotland in two week’s time.  And then return to Cardiff to face the present champions Ireland.

Hospitality for the Ireland Game

At the Wales v Ireland pre-match lunch on Saturday 16 March at 14:45, we will be joined by Wales and British Lions winger J J Williams (replacing former Wales lock and captain Gareth Llewellyn) and ex-Irish international Mick Quinn.  There are a small number of places left.  Please contact us as soon as possible to reserve a place.

Hospitality Packages

Our Wales vs Ireland pre-match hospitality event includes:

  • Superb 3-course lunch;
  • Guest rugby personalities talking talk about life in the game;
  • A Welsh Male Voice Choir;
  • Match day gift;
  • Bar table service during the speeches;
  • A big screen to watch the game for those not going to the stadium. ;

There are three tiers of tickets (along bespoke packages can be provided on request):

Level One Premier

Drinks reception with the guest speaker, a free bar (beers and wines only) until kick-off, post-match food, premier seating position in room, match-day gift.  £139 + VAT per head

Level Two Enhanced

Free Bar (beers and wines only) until kick-off and match-day gift.  £119 + VAT per head

Level Three Classic

Pay as you go bar,  and a match-day gift.  £89 + VAT per head

For more information about pre-match rugby hospitality for the Six Nations please contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website

Legends Hospitality Rob Jones

5 Facts About Wales Playing England

Wales vs England Rugby Facts

Leading up to the 2019 Six Nations clash between Wales and England, we discuss 5 potentially lesser known facts.

Fact 1 – Wales has lost to England more times that any other test side

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Since 1881, Wales and England have played 130 times.  Wales have won 57 times, England 61 times, with 12 draws.  Wales has played against England more times than any other nation and lost more times.

Fact 2 – England have more wins than Wales since beginning of 2010

Since the beginning of 2010, England has registered 9 victories against 4 for Wales.  Wales last beat England at Twickenham on 26th September 2015 in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, securing a 28-25 victory.

Fact 3 – England Score More Tries

Gareth Davies Scoring against England

England have scored 22 tries to Wales 17 in the 14 tests played since the beginning of 2010.  However, in the last 3 tests, England have outscored Wales 9 to 2!

Fact 4 – 62 Different Players Have Started the Last 4 Tests

In the last four games between Wales and England (12th March 2016 to 10th February 2018), there have been 28 different players starting for England and 34 for Wales.  8 different players have featured in the Wales back 3.  England won all 4 tests.  For the February 2019 test, there are no new players for Wales, but five new starters for England.

Fact 5 – Losing Steak for Wales Against England

The present run of 4 defeats in a row for Wales is their worst against England since a 7 match losing streak.  That previous losing streak started with a 46-12 loss at Twickenham in March 2000 and ended with a narrow 11-9 victory in Cardiff on February 2005.

Hospitality Packages

There are packages for the forthcoming Six Nations Ireland games which include a superb 3-course lunch, a guest rugby personality to talk about life in the game, and a big screen to watch the game.  Further details can be found on ‘Rugby Hospitality During Six Nations 2019‘ but availability is limited.

For more information about having Rugby Legend speak at your rugby or golf club, or pre-match rugby hospitality for the Six Nations Internationals please do not hesitate to contact Paul Fielding on:

Phone:  01656 782545 or 07768 418308

By email on: legends@hospitalityandleisure.co.uk

Or via our website