Vogue and Leinster stars give breast cancer the boot

Top model Vogue Wilson today teamed up with Leinster stars Jamie Heaslip, David Kearney and Rhys Ruddock to launch Leinster Rugby’s annual Ladies Night on Saturday 16th April in aid of Action Breast Cancer. There will be a pre- and post-match event in the Serpentine Hall at the RDS around Leinster’s Magners League clash with Ulster (8pm kick off).

 The theme of this year’s event is ‘give breast cancer the boot’ and an exclusively designed Leinster supporters club t-shirt will be on sale on the night for just €20. All proceeds from the sale of the t-shirt will go directly to Action Breast Cancer.

 Ladies are encouraged to don their best blue outfits as there will be a search for the best dressed ‘blue-belle’ which is sponsored by Bank of Ireland.

 The pre-match bash will kick off from 6:30pm where ladies will be treated to strawberries and cream, a glass or two of bubbly, live music, and some pampering with mini manicures and massages. There will also be exclusive goodie bags for guests on the night and the chance to win a signed Leinster jersey.

 Post-match there will be live music, player appearances, drinks and a Leinster supporters’ blind date competition!

 There will also be lots of activity happening in the grounds including free tasters of strawberries and cream kindly provided by Superquinn for the ladies. Ladies are encouraged to pick the music for the night – check out the Leinster Facebook page at www.facebook.com/leinsterrugby and leave your choice.

 Admission is by donation at the door with a suggested donation of €10 however all contributions are welcome.

For further information including match tickets visit www.leinsterrugby.ie


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