Win a family ticket to see Bath play Brive in the Amlin Challenge Cup this Sunday

This Is Wiltshire: Win a family ticket to see Bath play Brive in the Amlin Challenge Cup this Sunday Win a family ticket to see Bath play Brive in the Amlin Challenge Cup this Sunday

THE Wiltshire Times has teamed up with Bath Rugby to offer you the chance to take your family to watch Sunday’s Amlin Challenge Cup quarter final against French side Brive at the Rec (2pm).

Sunday marks the first meeting between the two sides since the 1998 Heineken Cup Final, which Bath won 19-18 in Bordeaux, to become the first British club to lift the trophy.

This year, Bath breezed through their Amlin pool, winning six matches out of six as they aim to win the trophy they lifted in 2008.

We have a prize of one family ticket for two adults and two children. To be in with a chance of winning it, answer this question:

Q: In what year did Bath win the Heineken Cup?

To enter, email your answer, along with your name, address and a daytime telephone number to lfernandes@newswilts.co.uk. Please put Times Bath Rugby in the subject box.

Entries must be received by noon on Friday, April 4, 2014. Terms and conditions apply.

The prize is a family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) for Bath v Brive on Sunday, April 6, 2014.

For full terms and conditions visit newsquest.co.uk/terms

Bath Rugby is paying homage to the club’s famous 1998 European victory by offering supporters tickets to Sunday’s Amlin Challenge Cup Quarter-Final with Brive for just £19.98 (blue and bronze seating only).

Key members of that Heineken Cup-winning team will be doing a pre-match question and answer session in the Swift Half to relive the win.

Buy tickets online at bathrugby.com, or call 0844 448 1865 for more details.

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