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Your Club Your Country

Your Club Your Country

The Your Club Your Country prize draw returns this year after a few years absence. This is a great opportunity to raise money for the Club and potentially win some great prizes.

All money raised from the Your Club Your Country ticket sales goes straight to the Club. It will allow us to continue providing the rugby experience you all want and deserve. A committed effort to buy and sell tickets could result in a big turnover for the Club at a crucial time.

Tickets are priced at £8 each and can be purchased Online or by Cash/Cheque.

Online Ticket Purchase

Tickets can be purchased online using this link – YCYC - Grosvenor RFC

Select the amount of tickets you wish to purchase and complete the registration to purchase.

Cash / Cheque Ticket Purchase

Tickets can be purchased using cheque or cash by contacting Aaron Edgar on or 07504976722.

You will need to provide full name, email address and the amount of tickets you wish to purchase. All tickets will be issued via email, there will be no paper tickets.

Cash payments can be made in person or via bank transfer contact Aaron for details.

Cheque payments can be made in person or by post to the below address;

Aaron Edgar

35 Green Road


Co. Antrim

BT39 9AP

There are 10 great prizes up for grabs this year with something for rugby fans and those with non-rugby interests alike.

Previous winners from the Club have received;

· Shopping Vouchers

· Tickets for a 6 Nations home game

· All expenses paid trip to see Ireland play Italy in Rome

There will also be separate prizes awarded by the Club for those who sell the most tickets.

Draw Dates

· Saturday 26th November – Cash/Cheque Ticket Sales close

· Wednesday 30th November – Online Ticket Sales close at 5pm

· Friday 2nd December – IRFU Grand Draw takes place

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