4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
Just answer the following;
"What Six Nations team do Ireland play next?"
A) - England B) - Brazil C) - Tonga
Text A , B or C to the number shown below In the Republic of Ireland: Text the correct answer either a,b or c to 57111.
Max cost 1.11 per entry. Open to customers of O2 and Vodafone in ROI.
In the UK and Northern Ireland: Text the correct answer either a,b or c to 86107
Max cost at stg1.00 per entry. Its open to O2, Vodafone, Orange and T-Mobile.
See full list of Terms and Conditions below. Terms and Conditions. Winners must be over 18 and hold a valid passport. Winners must be able to travel as per the travel arrangements to be published here prior to competition closing. The Flights are from Dublin to London return. The winner will need to arrange their own transport to and from Dublin. Judges decision is final. Closing date is midnight March 1, 2004. No cash alternative. SP:O2. Tel 061203501 You can enter as many times as you want. O2 employees, IRFU employees, and their families and agents may not participate in the Competition, and in any event shall not be eligible to win any prize in connection with the Competition. Players of the Competition acknowledge that due to the nature of mobile telecommunications, it is impossible for O2 to provide a fault-free service. O2 is therefore not liable to such players for any loss of whatsoever nature as a result of the network being unavailable or the Competition not being operational or for failure, delay, suspension restriction or interruption in the delivery of SMS messages as part of the Competition. O2 accepts no liability for inaccurate content associated with competitions. O2 reserves the right to withdraw the Competition at any time without giving notice. All winners must agree to take part in any publicity regarding the prize as deemed appropriate by O2 and IRFU. All entry instructions form part of the rules. There is one (1) prize of two (2) airline tickets (departing Dublin on 13th February and returning from London to Dublin on the 15th of February 2004) , two nights accommodation, and two match tickets to the England v. Ireland Rugby match on 6th March 2004 . The winner will be selected at random from all correct entries submitted and contacted by telephone by 2nd March 2004. Winner must be over 18 and have a valid passport and be able to travel according to flight times that will be published here in advance of the competition ending. O2 and the IRFU reserves the right to publish the name of the winner. O2 shall be entitled to terminate or modify the competition or to modify these rules or prize with immediate effect at any time prior to the Closing Date by advertising that fact on this Website. The promoter is O2 Communications (Ireland) Limited, 76 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2 trading as O2.