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Help us find the next Louis Deacon

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The Leicester Tigers Academy and youth system has provided supporters with some incredible talent over the years, with Harry Ellis, Louis Deacon and Ollie Smith among the most recent to make an impact at the highest level. Tigers are able to call upon international big names from across the globe, but one of the greatest thrills as a supporter is to see local youngsters developing from the Academy, through the Development squad, and into the 1st XV.

The Academy facilities require substantial investment to allow the club to develop youth, and Tigers have teamed up with Norwich & Peterborough Building Society (N&P) to launch a Tigers Club Saver Account, which benefits the club as well as supporters.

Club supporters receive an attractive interest rate along with incentives, from discounts on a replica shirt purchased from the Welford Road shop for introducing a friend, to prize draws for a signed Tigers shirt!

The Club will receive from N&P an annual payment equivalent up to 1.25% of the average account balances over the year, which will be used to support youth development - and maybe find the next Harry Ellis.

To open a Tigers Club Saver Account, simply visit

Tigers head coach Pat Howard said: "Leicester as a club has built a reputation over a number of years on bringing players through the ranks, who then establish themselves at the highest level of the game. The Academy and the development of young players is a massive part of the club and we welcome a scheme that helps to provide resources for its continuing good work."

Keith Brown, head of affinity sales for N&P, said: "We're delighted to be adding Leicester Tigers to our selection of affinity accounts and hope that fans will get behind the account as much as possible. Whether you're saving £100 or £10,000, every last penny will help towards the club's annual payment, and support the development of Tigers' top players of the future."