The Army v Navy event due to take place on Saturday 2nd May 2020 at Twickenham has been cancelled due to the ongoing situation with the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
All customers that have purchased stadium and/or car parking tickets will receive a refund for the ticket value*.
The Army v Navy event due to take place on Saturday 2nd May 2020 has been cancelled. pic.twitter.com/w49wqnaHLd— Army v Navy Match (@ArmyvNavyRugby) March 21, 2020
If you have ordered via Army Rugby Union Corps, please contact the Corps reps directly via https://www.arutickets.com/corps-contacts/
LIST: 6 international rugby players who had jobs outside the sport
Not all rugby players have had it easy. Here are some of the interesting jobs done by rugby players in recent years…
1. Liam Williams
This is the picture that illustrates the heights Williams has scaled to reach international rugby, starting off as a scaffolder. It wasn’t work for the faint-hearted, with Williams rigging scaffolding “over the top of a blast furnace, 300 feet from the ground”.