Bath Rugby Foundation has been holding a shirt raffle at every home match this season, offering supporters the chance to win a signed Bath Rugby jersey for just £1.
And this week’s raffle is one that every supporter will want to win: A shirt signed by Matt Banahan.
Shirt raffles have been held at every home match this season and ahead of this weekend’s clash with London Irish a staggering £25,000 has been raised for the Foundation.
Saturday’s home match marks the last time the crowd favourite will run out in the famous blue, black and white ahead of his move to Gloucester and, like all Bath Rugby fans, Bath Rugby Foundation is grateful for his contribution – both on and off the pitch.
The Foundation’s CEO, Lynne Fernquest, said: “Matt Banahan has been a great supporter of the Foundation for years and he leaves with our sincere thanks – as do all the players saying their goodbyes this weekend.
“This shirt, signed by a real Bath Rugby hero will be something that the winner will treasure for years – good luck!”
Volunteers will be out and about at the Rec on Saturday selling raffle tickets to fans for just £1. Or supporters can head to the Bath Rugby gazebo behind the Dyson stand to buy a ticket.
Any Bath fans who are unable to make it to Saturday’s match can buy raffle tickets from the Bath Rugby Foundation office at the Rec Sports Hub (next to the Sports Centre entrance to the Rec) on Thursday and Friday this week.
Bath Rugby Foundation volunteers will also be selling raffle tickets giving fans the chance to win a pair of season tickets for just £10. Click here for more information on the season ticket competition.