Commsworld Offers 100 Free Tickets to First Super6 Rugby Match
Thursday, October 31st, 2019
on behalf of Commsworld
Commsworld is giving away £1200 worth of tickets to lucky rugby fans
A LEAD sponsor for a club in Scotland’s new top-tier domestic rugby division is helping pack the stands by offering 100 free tickets to the inaugural game.
Boroughmuir Bears’ shirt sponsor Commsworld is offering the tickets to the first 100 people to book tickets using the code COMMSWORLD through the Citizen Ticket platform.
The club is playing the first match of the FOSROC Super6 League season on Friday 8 November on home turf at the Meggetland Sports Complex against Stirling County, with kick off at 7:30pm.
Ricky Nicol, Chief Executive at Commsworld, said: “We’ve been proud supporters of Boroughmuir for the past four years – it’s a no brainer to celebrate the club’s progression into semi-professional standing with free tickets for their fans.
“This season is even more momentous as the club marks its 100th anniversary this year.
“It’s a proper well-deserved celebration, so I hope that we can help the club generate a special atmosphere.”
Commsworld announced last year it would continue to sponsor Boroughmuir for the next five years, investing in every team from the youngest through to the senior teams and providing funding for training kits and referee fees.
The Boroughmuir Bears is one of six teams selected as part of the semi-professional division which aims to bridge the gap between Pro14 sides and Scotland’s amateur clubs. The Super6 League is the first division of its kind and is set to become the new top tier of domestic rugby.
Tickets are available at https://www.citizenticket.co.uk/event/boroughmuir-bears-v-stirling-county-super-6/
Commsworld is one of Scotland’s most reputable providers of digital connectivity, offering a market disruptive service to rival legacy network providers. Founded in 1994, the firm is headquartered in Edinburgh and has bases in London, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
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