Derek Young With 1st Prize ~ A case Of FirstCape Wine, A Lions Miscellany Book & A SIGNED RUGBY BALL By SIR IAN MCGEECHAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! “Absolutely Delighted!”

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Thank you Derek for sending in the picture. We did not realise the ball was signed which has mad eit all the better!

Well done to 1st prize winner Derek Young, with the 2 runner sup prizes going to Tommy McGoldrick & Bernard Doherty.

The Competition Details:
InTouch have teamed up with FirstCape, the UKs number one selling South African wine brand, to offer one lucky reader a case of FirstCape wine, a rugby ball and The British & Irish Lions Miscellany book each, to celebrate the launch of the online Lions Wine Club ( Two runners up will also receive The British & Irish Lions Miscellany book and a case of FirstCape wine!

As global sponsors of the upcoming British & Irish Lions Australia Tour 2013, FirstCape have launched the Lions Wine Club to offer members everything from the latest exclusive insider info on past and future The British & Irish Lions Tours, to the chance to win a VIP trip to Hong Kong for the Lions v. Barbarians 2013 match, player meet and greets and signed merchandise. Members will also have access to exclusive wine deals delivered straight to their door in time for kick off.

Lions Wine Club members will enjoy hearing Lions legend and FirstCape ambassador, Sir Ian McGeechan, reminiscing on past Tours, his predictions for Australia 2013 and even his personal wine recommendations from the comfort of their own home – everything a true rugby fan needs to satisfy their pre-Tour cravings.

And for those Lions Wine Club members big on fitness who want a glass of wine without worrying about their waistline, FirstCape Light and FirstCape Café Collection are lighter style wines packed full of flavour for a fantastic full strength wine alternative.

Join now at to stay ahead of the pack.

For more information on FirstCape visit For news on The British & Irish Lions visit

To enter the compo simply leave a comment at the bottom of this page on what was your favourite moment in the history of the British & Irish Lions. There is no right answer and the winners will be chosen randomly.

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