The event will offer a day of entertainment, education and fundraising to support grassroots rugby.
- Former Scotland international and British & Irish Lion, Tommy Seymour, and former Scottish Women’s Captain and current Saracens centre, Lisa Martin, to attend Vodafone’s Lions Legacy Tour at Bannockburn RFC on Saturday 5 March 2022.
- The Tour forms part of Vodafone’s Lions Legacy programme to support grassroots rugby by boosting digital capabilities and raising much-needed funds for community clubs.
- The event will offer a day of entertainment, education and fundraising, while championing Bannockburn RFC’s role in providing rugby-focused training and support to armed forces veterans.
- Rugby legends will join James Haskell, Mike Tindall and Alex Payne as special guests on a live recording of renowned rugby podcast The Good, The Bad & The Rugby, filmed at the club on the day.
On Saturday 5 March, Bannockburn RFC will be joined by former Scotland international and British & Irish Lion Tommy Seymour, former Scottish Women’s Captain and current Saracens centre, Lisa Martin, and The Good, The Bad & The Rugby hosts James Haskell, Mike Tindall and Alex Payne on the third stop of Vodafone’s Lions Legacy Tour.
Bannockburn RFC is one of four clubs – alongside Westbury RFC, Dungannon RFC and Aberdare RFC – taking part in the Vodafone initiative, dedicated to supporting grassroots rugby clubs in the UK and Ireland. The club has been selected due to its role in offering training to armed forces veterans by helping them to remain active and to take an increased interest in rugby through free training sessions hosted by the club.