Premiership Rugby Cup
Land Rover proudly backs grassroots sport with a nationwide tournament to support tomorrow's rugby stars.
The Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup is a groundbreaking series of regional grassroots rugby festivals for under-11 and under-12 teams which offers aspiring young players the opportunity to showcase their abilities in a tournament run by their local Premiership Rugby club. The winning under-11 and under-12 team from each regional festival will be rewarded with a special place in the Land Rover Parade of Champions, which will see the youngsters parading in front of a huge Twickenham crowd at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final in May.
The Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup, which has been running for seven seasons, has seen over 50,000 children take part from all over the country, some of whom may be the rugby stars of the future. England U18’s Callum Chick - a graduate of the Newcastle Falcons Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup – credits the competition with his development.
So, get involved and support your local club’s young players as they relish taking part in grassroots rugby and battle to realise their ambitions regional recognition.
Ben and Tom Youngs Training Session - High Wycombe RFC
High Wycombe RFC won the exclusive prize of a training session with England and Leicester Tigers players Tom and Ben Youngs. The training session was part of an incentive that ran alongside the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup last season and is something Land Rover run each year to reward one lucky team that takes part in the regional rugby festivals for under-11 and under-12 teams.
Club youngsters got to enjoy expert advice from the two brothers, who are familiar with the benefits of grassroots rugby competition such as the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup.
Tom & Ben Youngs at High Wycombe RFCMembers of High Wycombe RFC enjoyed one-on-one tuition from England and Leicester Tigers duo Ben and Tom Youngs during an exclusive training session held by Land Rover.