WILL GREENWOOD is heading to Gloucester tonight for the Heineken Club Night at Sloanes, and we can now confirm that he will be joined by Gloucester's Nick Wood and Mike Prendergast.
The Heineken Club Night kicks off at 6.30pm with a couple of complimentary pints of Heineken as well as a chance to grill England legend and Sky Sports pundit Will Greenwood, and Nick and Mike. The players will be taking part in a special Q&A session at Sloanes.
If that wasn't enough proud tournament sponsor Heineken will also be giving away a pair of tickets to the match at Kingsholm this weekend.
The event is ticketed but if you print this news story and bring it with you this evening - get there at 6.30pm - you can be part of the event.
Please note that space in the venue is limited and the management have the right to refuse entry should the venue meet capacity. So in other words get there for 6.30pm else you could miss out! And please don't forget to bring this news story with you.
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