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Help Wales roar into action ahead of the RBS 6 Nations

Passionate young rugby fans across Wales are being given the chance to get Welsh rugby roaring into action ahead of this year’s RBS 6 Nations tournament; with help from Wales’ favourite pie-maker.

As part of its ongoing support for Welsh rugby, Peter’s has composed a rousing rhyme to cheer on the Welsh team during the 6 Nations clashes, and is looking for a young rugby team to help bring it to life.

The team who submits the best video of their chant will win the once-in-a-lifetime chance to sing their ‘rugby roar’ at the Captain’s Run on February 1st – the final training session at the Millennium Stadium before Wales face Ireland on February 2nd.

To enter, teams of up to 15 members between the ages of 5-16 must submit a video of them performing the following Peter’s Rugby Roar:

Gwlad fy Nhadau, Cymru am Byth
Come on boys give them some grief
You can do it, you’re the best
Put those others to the test
We’re so proud of our Welsh team
So come on lads let’s live the dream!

Speaking about the challenge, Clare Morgan, Marketing Controller at Peter’s said: “We’re behind the Welsh team all the way and we want young rugby fans to help us make some noise to cheer on our boys!

“Teams can put as much personality as they like into their videos – whether it’s singing, dressing-up, dancing or even creating a Welsh version of the Haka – we want to see the passion behind the performance.”

The Wales Rugby Roar is the latest in a series of creative support for Welsh rugby from Peter’s. In 2012, the Caerphilly-based savoury food specialist created a 35kg ‘pie portrait’ of rugby star Jamie Roberts, after he was voted Wales’ tastiest player in a Peter’s survey.

Peter’s also helped one young rugby fan meet his hero Rhys Priestland, through its ‘Mini Me’ lookalike competition during the autumn international series.

The competition has now closed. Thank you to all who entered.

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