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Make your pitch for BaaBaas tickets

Money Marketing has once again teamed up with Scottish Amicable to offer

50 lucky readers the chance to experience the Barbarians&#39 free-flowing

style of rugby during this year&#39s Scottish Amicable Tour.

The Barbarians are back on tour across the UK this summer with a

world-class squad for international matches against Wales (Cardiff, Sunday,

May 20), Scotland (Murrayfield, Thursday, May 24) and for only the second

time ever against Eng-land (Twickenham, Sunday, May 27).

The Barbarians is the world&#39s most prestigious invitational rugby club and

has a long-standing tradition of fielding the world&#39s best players.Last

year&#39s Scottish Amicable Tour saw the BaaBaas beat Ireland, Scotland and

the Leicester Tigers – English Prem-iership Champions in 2000 – in a

display of Champagne rugby and this year&#39s tour promises the same

excitement and flair.

The Barbarian selectors have put together a squad of the world&#39s leading

players, inc- luding Thomas Castaignede (France), Ben Clarke & Jeremy

Guscott (England), Jason Little, Pat How-ard & David Wilson (Australia),

Agustin Pichot (Argentina), Joost van der Westhuizen, Percy Montgomery,

Gary Teichmann & Bobby Skinstad (South Africa), Josh Kronfeld (New Zealand)

and Pat Lam (Western Saoma). For the latest news, Scottish Amic-able Tour

information and squad updates, visit www. or www.

To enter the competition, simply answer the question below, indicate which

of the three international matches on this year&#39s Scottish Amicable Tour

you want to attend and Scottish Amicable will supply the tickets to the

winning entrants.

Competition closing dates for Barbarians v Wales is Friday, May 18,

Barbarians v Scotland is Friday May 18 and Barbarians v England is Monday,

May 21.

Terms & Conditions

The competition is open to financial advisers only (business card as proof

of status required). By entering, entrants will be deemed to have accepted

and agreed to be bound by the rules.

Each entry must be on the official entry form only.

No more than one entry per person will be accepted.

We reserve the right to amend these rules or vary the prize at any time,

if necessary without notice, if in our reasonable opinion events or

circumstances outside our control make this advisable.

Responsibility will not be accepted for entries lost, delayed, mislaid or

damaged in the post.

Proof of posting will not be accepted as proof of delivery. Entries that

are altered, illegible or not in accordance with the rules of entry will be


The winners will answer the question correctly and entries will be drawn

at random.

All decisions will be made by May 21, 2001.

The editor&#39s decision is final.

The closing date for receipt of entries is May 18, 2001 – Wales and

Scotland games, May 21, 2001 – England game

The winners will be notified by telephone on closing dates.

There is no cash alternative to the prize.

Scottish Amicable is regulated by the Personal Investment Authority.

BAABAAS entry form

In what year did the Barbarians celebrate its centenary with a match

against England?

A: 1985 p B: 1990 p

C: 1995 p

(Tick box)

Indicate in order of preference the match you wish to attend:

Wales p Scotland p England p

Sunday, May 20 Thursday, May 24 Sunday, May 27

Send entry form & business card attached to Barbarians Scottish Amicable

Tour 2001, Scottish Amicable, Craigforth PO Box 25, Stirling, FK9 4UE

Fax entry form to 01786 404127 (with photocopy of business card attached

for the attention of Allison McPherson)

If you are emailing your entry, please use the following sites depending

on match preference:


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