Tuesday 15 October 2019

Win premium tickets for Ulster clash

Leinster Rugby charity partners, the Down Syndrome Centre, are giving supporters the chance to claim one of five pairs of premium level tickets for the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final against Ulster at Aviva Stadium next Saturday, March 30 (5.45pm). Stock photo
Leinster Rugby charity partners, the Down Syndrome Centre, are giving supporters the chance to claim one of five pairs of premium level tickets for the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final against Ulster at Aviva Stadium next Saturday, March 30 (5.45pm). Stock photo
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Independent.ie Newsdesk

Leinster Rugby charity partners, the Down Syndrome Centre, are giving supporters the chance to claim one of five pairs of premium level tickets for the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final against Ulster at Aviva Stadium next Saturday, March 30 (5.45pm).

The game is completely sold out, so this is the only way to get your hands on tickets before next week's highly-anticipated interprovincial clash.

To be in with a chance of claiming the tickets, you will need to enter the Down Syndrome Centre's World Down Syndrome Day Silent Auction.

To submit your bid, email emma@downsyndromcentre.ie.

The Down Syndrome centre has also launched a new campaign to mark World Down Syndrome Day called 'I Could Be'.

The campaign aims to promote the message that while people with Down syndrome need additional supports, they have innate potential, skills, talents and unique perspectives to bring to society and to a chosen profession.

Find out more about the campaign at the following link: www.downsyndromecentre.ie/i-could-be/

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