Monday, September 26, 2011

WIN a Toshiba NB550D Netbook with Toby Flood's Top 5 RWC Moments

The Rugby World Cup is now past the halfway mark and each and every day of play produces some wonderful, memorable moments. Flyhalf Toby Flood spoke about his favourite World Cup moments recently, so check it out, and we also have a brilliant Toshiba Netbook to give away.

Flood, who is over in New Zealand with the England team at the moment, spoke about his Top 5 rugby memories from World Cups, providing interesting insight from a player who clearly loves the game. It's interesting to hear things from his perspective, particularly as he was involved in one of the matches.

We've got a fantastic prize to give away today too, which is the NB550D HD Multimedia Netbook from Toshiba. It's perfect for entertainment (rugby dvd's, of course) and features the latest dual core AMD processor, Harman Kardon speakers, HDMI connectivity, and weighs just 1.32kg.

Rugbydump has teamed up with Toshiba, Official Sponsor of Rugby World Cup 2011, to give one away that's actually signed by Toby Flood himself. All you need to do to stand a chance of winning is 1) watch the video, 2) find the answer to the simple question, 3) then fill out the form below.

Toshiba is proud to be an Official Sponsor of Rugby World Cup 2011. Rugby World Cup 2011 match venues throughout New Zealand are equipped with Toshiba’s range of multimedia products, from laptops to big screen TVs, to ensure that players and spectators alike are able to enjoy the Tournament in impressive detail, no matter where they are.
Visit Toshiba's Facebook Page for more info and prizes.

What was the final score in the 2007 RWC Quarter Final between Australia and England?

Posted by Rugbydump at 9:20 am | View Comments (3)

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Ben September 26, 2011 12:01 pm

Number 8 shirt?!?!, i'm pretty sure he was wearing number 6!!

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Bokkie September 26, 2011 3:39 pm

Francois Pienaar's no.8 shirt?

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Rugbydump September 27, 2011 12:18 pm

A bit of a slip up by Toby there, but we'll forgive him as he would have been 10 years old at the time! Interesting fact - Bryan Habana was in the crowd on that day, aged 12.

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