You can join England legend Jason Leonard for a boozy bar crawl on a big red Fun Bus - Ruck

You can join England legend Jason Leonard for a boozy bar crawl on a big red Fun Bus

mbark on the Ultimate Drinking Journey with Jason Leonard, Rugby World Cup champion and Chairman of the British & Irish Lions!

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Jason’s former teammate Martin Bayfield coined the name FunBus for Jason whilst on tour together in South Africa in 1994 and it has stuck ever since.

The FunBus is a classic double decker Route Master bus that takes you and your guests, along with Jason and a couple of his old team mates, on the ultimate pub crawl as you tour the drinking spots of South West London and other routes.

Jason will be conductor for the tour, ensuring guests don’t go thirsty – as well as drinks at each stop, there will be beer on board to keep you hydrated!

Whether for Client Entertainment, Corporate Celebrations, Team Building & Bonding, Stag/Hen or a Private Party this unique tour is the perfect way to celebrate and (if you can handle your drink) is sure to be one to remember!

Find out more info here.

“28 pints” – Jason Leonard ranks rugby’s five biggest drinkers

The switch from amateurism to professional may have been a shock to the system for many players but the very best of them adapted. Leonard went on to make a then world record of 119 Test appearances [114 for England and five for the Lions] before he retired. 

The pints were there but not as many of them as before.

Here, Leonard ranks the five biggest drinkers (excluding him) that he came across during his legendary career.

#5. Gavin Hastings (Scotland)

fullback, he is widely regarded to be one of the best ever Scottish rugby players and was one

of the outstanding players of his generation, winning 61 caps for Scotland, 20 of which as captain. He played for WatsoniansLondon ScottishCambridge UniversityScotland and the British Lions. He twice toured with the British and Irish Lions, to Australia in 1989 and as captain on the 1993 tour to New Zealand.

DID YOU KNOW? In 1996, Hasting joined the Scottish Claymores an American Football team in the NFL Europe

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