Peterborough SportsAid in partnership with PROPS – Peterborough Rugby Old Players Society – are pleased to announce that former England and British Lions start Rory UNDERWOOD will be the guest speaker at their Black Tie Dinner on Friday 9th October.
Rory is one of England’s most capped players, with 85 appearances, and is the highest try scorer with 49 tries! Including a record 5 in one match, against Fiji 1989. A great converter of chances, given just a smell of an opportunity he rarely missed. Like all world class wingers he had great pace, plus an uncanny knack of being able to direct his powerful frame infield and squeeze inside the corner flag when there was no obvious gap.
Rory played against Wales 14 times, scoring 6 tries in 7 wins and 7 losses. He toured with the Lions to Australia in 1989, and New Zealand in 1993 playing in 3 games on each tour, but only managing 1 try.
Rory is a team player and uses his experiences in sport to convey a sense of team work in his speeches, detailing the relevance of working together in all areas. The three course dinner will also feature comedian Sid DENNIS.
The Dinner will take place at Peterborough Rugby Union Football Club, Second Drove, Peterborough PE1 5XA on Friday 10th October at 7.00pm.
Tickets are £49.50 per person or £450 for a table of 10. To book please complete the booking form below or contact Jenni Misseldine on 01487 841559 or email Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org