Do you fancy the 29 miles over the Southern Highland Way....
Hearts and Balls are keen to get all Scottish Rugby Clubs to enter a team of four to participate to raise funds for Charity.
An event for everybody!
The event is a 12-hour walking or running challenge across a 29-mile section of the picturesque Southern Upland Way. There are three finish points available - bronze (12 miles), silver (21 miles) and gold (29 miles), so that participants of all levels of fitness can aim for a target that suits them.
The challenge is being held in aid of rugby charity Hearts & Balls and veterans' charity, Poppyscotland. All funds raised will go to help injured rugby players as well as veterans and their families living in Scotland.
The 2009 inaugural event saw over 500 people take part, raising a massive £244,961.
Can we invite all interested to click on the Hearts and Heroes web site for more information http://www.heartsandheroes.co.uk and raise a team of four to participate.
There is a video on the front page with a voice over by John Beattie, turn up the volume, sit back and enjoy!!
It is a fantastic event and anyone can take part in the camaraderie and of course the sense of achievement. The post event party at the Greenyards will be even bigger and better this year.
Last year, Melrose were the first rugby club home although if the North Berwick lads had spent less time in the massage area at the silver stop it might have been them - can your club do better?
More information is available from John Thorburn on 07538 579191 or click on his e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be right back to you!