We’re delighted to announce that Scimitar sportswear have been named principal sponsor for the Men’s Rugby Team of the Year category in the 2018 National Rugby Awards.
Known for our work with community and grassroots clubs across the world, we’ve developed a full range of rugby clothing suitable for mini & junior clubs all the way through to elite, RFU-specification apparel.
The event takes place on 29th August at Twickenham Stadium, and will be attended by over 700 people. We’re delighted to be a part of the world’s biggest rugby club awards night, which was created to honour the achievements of all levels of rugby for men and women; from coaches and sponsors to volunteers and schools.
Attended by a host of professional rugby players the National Rugby Awards will be hosted by Sky Sports rugby expert Alex Payne.
Speaking of the event, ambassador Chris Robshaw said: “I am honoured to be a part of an event that recognises the, often unheralded, work and achievements of those involved in rugby around the country.
It is fantastic that the Crabbie’s National Rugby Awards is now a permanent fixture in the rugby calendar and has now become the largest rugby club awards ceremony in the World. I am also pleased that the event will be supporting the RFU Injured Players Foundation”.
As sponsors of the Men’s Team of the Year category, Scimitar specialists will be on hand to present the award to the winner, and will be presenting them with a little prize of their own, from us. To celebrate our involvement with the awards, be sure to look out for a range of exclusive offers and competitions over the next few months!
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram to stay informed with the National Rugby Awards. Are you interested in finding out more about the competition? If you’re part of a rugby club (no matter what level), you’ll find it is the biggest rugby giveaway we’ve ever launched!
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