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Join us at the Anniversary Dinner Dance to pay homage to 45 glorious years of Warley RFC. On the evening we will be welcoming back compare John 'Bentos' Bentley. Joining John will be international rugby player Doddie Weir. Our own Mark Hackett's hilarious characters will be gracing us with an appearance. This is our second Dinner Dance at the prestigious International Convention Centre. Located in the heart of Birmingham. Guests will be able to enjoy an excellent four course meal. Before listening to stories from our speakers and dancing the night away. So a great way to celebrate your company or club's Christmas Party.
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Tickets are only £40 per person and tables of any combination up to 12 are available. To book your tickets or table email email@example.com. Or speak with; Barrie Davies, Martin 'Spud' Taylor, Michelle Cartwright or Dick Timmons.
A captivating, larger than life character. Known to millions of rugby fans across the globe.
In 1991 Doddie, who plays as a lock, appeared in his first Rugby World Cup. Where he helped outsiders, Scotland reach the semi finals. He went on to appear in two more World Cups for Scotland in 1985 and 1999. Also featuring in the 1997 British Lions tour to South Africa.
Doddie's glittering career saw him win 61 caps in seven years. Following a brave recovery from a horrific knee injury in 1997. The sports star remained the power house of the scrum until his retirement in 2004.
John 'Bentos' Bentley
Those of you who attended our 40th Dinner will know how funny this man is.
One of the few players to have crossed into both codes of rugby, both with equal success.
John who played rugby union at international level. Then turned to professional rugby league. Before returning to Rugby Union and going on to represent England once more. When representing the British Lions on tour of South Africa in 1997. He made the most appearances (8) and finished as top try scorer on the tour with 7 tries. John is the author of two books; Lions Uncaged and his Autobiography. He is still involved in Rugby, as a regular radio and TV pundit, and coach to his old team, Cleckheaton RUFC.
Updated 13:32 - 19 Feb 2016 by Amy Johnson
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