Every rugby team deserves the best and now here’s your chance to deliver the best to your club team, courtesy of London Irish and their official sports nutrition provider, Kinetica.
The club is inviting one lucky club the chance to learn from one of the most professional sides in the rugby world, Aviva Premiership side, London Irish. The lucky team will have the chance of bringing their full squad to London Irish’s training base in Sunbury for a once in a lifetime chance to learn from some of the best. Your side will benefit from a ground-breaking nutritional presentation from Matt Lovell and you have the chance to hear the tricks of the trade from Allan Ryan, head of strength and conditioning at London Irish.
Ryan is a big supporter of Kinetica’s range of sports nutrition. “With punishing training regimes and the ever increasing competitiveness of rugby, it is important that the modern day professional player has access to the first rate nutrition he needs to both optimise performance and aid recovery,” Ryan said. “Kinetica is clearly an innovator and is at the top end in terms of quality in this market. It is great to have them on board.”
In addition to benefiting from the experience and knowledge of world leaders like Lovell and Ryan, your club will also be able to watch a training session carried out by London Irish.
You and your players will also take part in a conditioning session pre and post-training session with London Irish and you’ll have the chance to use the facilities at the club, overseen by strength and conditioning coaches.
This prize is available to any grassroots club but you will have to make your own way to Sunbury for the day, which will be arranged between the winners and Kinetica.
To have the chance of winning tell us in 50 words or less why your team deserves to be the ones heading to London Irish for a day you’ll never forget and one that could turn your team’s season around. Don’t forget to put Kinetica/London Irish in the subject heading and make your bid to firstname.lastname@example.org before noon on 1 February.