sale sharksRugby World has teamed up with sports nutrition company Multipower to offer ten lucky wingers the chance to brush up on their skills at an exclusive finishing school with the Premiership’s two all-time top try-scorers – Sale Sharks and England winger Mark Cueto (the challenger) and Steve Hanley (the record holder).

When Sale legend Hanley retired in 2008 he had crossed the Premiership try-line an incredible 75 times. Mark Cueto is now just five tries behind him and once his current stint with England in the RBS 6 Nations is finished, he will be looking to score in all of Sale’s six remaining league matches to secure top spot this season.

Cueto and Hanley could be putting you through your paces in an exclusive training session, providing try-scoring tips and running through drills used at club and international level.

For your chance to win a space at the training session, tell us in no more than 40 words why you or your club’s wing deserves to be coached by the Premiership’s all-time leading try-scorers.

Send entries to rugbyworldcompetitions@ipcmedia.com by Monday 18 April, including a day-time phone number. Entrants should be over 14 and anyone under 18 will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Mark Cueto is sponsored by Multipower sports nutrition. Find out more about Multipower at www.multipoweruk.com

Top Ten All-time

Premiership Try-scorers *

75 – Steve Hanley

70 – Mark Cueto

68 – Paul Sackey

60 – Tom Voyce

59 – Neil Back

57 – Ben Cohen

57 – Tom Varndell

57 – James Simpson-Daniel

56 – Geordan Murphy

56 – Josh Lewsey

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  • tom cudmore

    i think i should get the chance to go to improve my try-scoring ability and learn from the best.