Being born in South Africa to a Welsh mother has meant that Rugby is certainly something in my culture and apart of my childhood - I have fond memories of South Africa winning the world cup in 1995 - the atmosphere was electric and to us South Africans it was much more than just a game it was unifier for a country who had a bit of a broken past.
Since moving the the UK I have gone to watch South Africa play Wales twice, both in Cardiff and what a fantastic day out. They were both friendly matches and the atmosphere was incredible, welcoming and exciting and something I would love to take my kids too, especially my eldest who I know would really enjoy himself.
If you feel that same as me then you will excited to hear that Currys and Toshiba is giving away a pair of tickets to the quarter finals in Twickenham on the 18th October which is really a once in a lifetme experience if you ask me - you can see more information here
To enter our competition, all you need to do is blog about your favourite Rugby World Cup moment. Does Johnny Wilkinson’s winning drop-goal in 2003 top your list? Or was Ireland’s shock victory over Australia in 2011 your favourite RWC moment? Personally my favourite would be when South Africa beat New Zealand in 1995 although there current game has not been as good (lets not mention them losing to Japan)
To enter, simply:
- Write a blog post about your favourite Rugby World Cup moment.
- This can be from any year in the tournament’s history.
- Tweet your post to @Currys PCWorld, including the hashtag #toprugbymoments.
The competition closes at 11.59pm on 09/10/2015. We will announce the winner on 09/10/2015.