Win tickets for Featherstone Rovers cup cracker

Featherstone Rovers captain Stuart Dickens celebrates victory over Castleford Tigers in the fourth round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup. Picture: BOB NUNN
Featherstone Rovers captain Stuart Dickens celebrates victory over Castleford Tigers in the fourth round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup. Picture: BOB NUNN
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HOW would you like to be at the Bigfellas Stadium on Friday night to sample the atmosphere as giantkillers Featherstone Rovers look to claim another Super League scalp in the fifth round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup?

After defeating Castleford Tigers in a memorable fourth round match, Rovers have now been given another plum home tie against holders Wigan Warriors with the game taking place at Featherstone’s Bigfellas Stadium on Friday night (kick-off 8pm).

And you can be there. We have teamed up with Leeds Metropolitan University to offer readers the chance to win one of four pairs of tickets for the game.

All you have to do to stand a chance of winning is answer the following question:

Who is Featherstone Rovers’ current head coach?

Email your answer along with your contact details – including full postal address and daytime telephone number – to tonyharber@pandcexpress.co.uk

Deadline for entries is 10am on Thursday, April 26.

What is Carnegie? Andrew Carnegie, the Scottish entrepreneur, believed education was the key to a better society, and almost 80 years ago a gift from him established a PE teacher training college - Carnegie College – Leeds Metropolitan University’s predecessor institution.

One of the college’s first students, rugby’s legendary Eric Harris, scored a famous try when Leeds won the Challenge Cup at Wembley back in 1936. Leeds Met’s current students include world triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee and Commonwealth Gold medallist Jo Jackson while former students include current England rugby union coach Stuart Lancaster, former Olympic javelin thrower Mick Hill and Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield.

Terms and Conditions:

1. Entries must be emailed to Tony Harber, deputy sports editor, at tonyharber@pandcexpress.co.uk

2. All entries must be received by 10am on Thursday, April 26.

3. No more than one entry per household.

4. Competition open to UK residents only.

5. The editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

6. Arrangements for collecting the prize will be confirmed with the winner.

7. The prize is non-transferable and must be accepted as offered.

8. There are no cash alternatives or cash substitutes for the prize.

9. Any personal data collected as part of this competition will only be used for notifying the winner and delivering the prize.

10. The prize excludes travel and accommodation. The winner must pay all additional costs not included in the prize.

11. The Co-operative Group Limited has the right to change these terms & conditions at any time.

12. By entering the competition, all participants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by these terms and conditions.

13. This competition is not available in conjunction with any other offer.

For full newspaper competition rules see http://www.johnstonpress.co.uk/jpplc/competition/