[WIN] Tickets to the Tens Rugby Tournament!

Cape Town 10s!

Ok EVERYONE on Twitter knows that I’m not the biggest sports fan to say the least, however, I am proudly South African and SUPER proudly Capetonian! I believe in supporting our fellow country men even if one is not a regular sports watcher. So anything that I can do to promote our city, our sportsmen and share a good time (I’m a big fan of good times) then I’m in!

This year will be the 5th Castle Cape Town Tens tournament where teams nominate themselves to enter under various divisions, 3 of which are sold out already! So supporting your family members, boyfriends, colleagues and friends for a day of sporting fun has never been easier and once all the sporting is out the way, it’s party time!

This year’s tournament includes live acts aKing, Good Luck, Albert Frost, Lonesome Dave Ferguson, SA/DC, DJ Sox and Me and Mr Brown. There’s also a wet zone, kids zone, beer garden, Red Heart Rum Experience Zone and rugby, rugby, rugby. Here are the details:

  • Cape Town Tens AudienceWho: Ten’s Rugby Tournament
  • Where: Hamilton’s Rubgy Club, Greenpoint
  • When: 1st and 2nd of February 2013
  • Why: Party time! We loves sports!
  • What: Days filled with rugby, food, music and FUN!

Tickets are on sale at webtickets for R70 for adults, R50 for students, kids free U12 OR you can win 4 tickets with BCTC Blog!

How to enter:

Use Facebook or Twitter (or both to increase your chances of winning):

Retweet this post with the #CT10s Hashtag (already included in the Tweet)
Share this post from the BCTC Facebook page (so that your share registers) and tag some of your friends that you’d like to invite to the party with you in the share post! (There’s a share button below every post.)
If you’d like to keep up to date with the tournament’s news, Like the Cape Town Tens Facebook Page or visit the Tens website, alternatively, follow them on Twitter at @tensrugby #CT10s

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