Fruit Bowl launches Rugby competition for Primary Schools.

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Fruit Bowl launches Rugby competition

for Primary Schools.


Fruit Bowl has launched a national competition

for Primary Schools to win personal coaching from

Rachael Burford, Harlequins and England Rugby Player.

Fruit Bowl the irresistible, intensely fruity kids snacks, have launched a new campaign to get kids active and eating more healthily, inspired through sport. To celebrate and acknowledge the start of the Six Nations Rugby Tournament, they have are offering a competition for primary aged children across England. One lucky school will win Fruit Bowl snacks for an entire Year Group, PLUS the Harlequin Ladies and England Rugby player Rachael Burford to come and coach at their school, and a signed rugby ball for the winning child.

Rachael was one of the first women in English history to become a full time professional rugby player in 2006. More than a decade on, and she is far from swinging low…In fact, Rachaels’ chariots are gleaming as she still plays for England, as well as her mentoring, coaching, public speaking and the launch of her “12” and The Burford Academy.

Alice Bream – Brand Manager at Fruit Bowl said “We are thrilled to be working with Rachael as a Fruit Bowl ambassador, affectionately known as a Fruitivator. Rachael is such a mentor in the sport she holds so dear, and with her unique insight into teamwork and achievements, her attitude sits well with the brand values of Fruit Bowl too.”

Will Greenwood MBE said of Rachael “Whether Rachael is working with children or explaining the intricate laws of the game to current professionals the content is delivered expertly. Great company, ferocious competitor….”

Alice went on to say “Everyone is so excited about the 6 Nations and here at Fruit Bowl, we want to inspire the next generation to eat healthily and try new sports, so having the opportunity to meet such an inspirational Rugby star is a really great prize”

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