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Maul joins the Tigers and Royal families in Norfolk

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The roadshow team will join the Tigers Family and the Royal Family as the Maul attends two events in Norfolk this week.

Norwich Rugby Club hosts a family fun evening from 6pm to 9pm today (Tuesday) before the Maul heads to the Royal Norfolk Show on Wednesday and Thursday.
There will be age group games and fun activities for children aged from five to 17 at Norwich RFC’s family fun evening.
Visitors will be able to take on the Speed Pass Challenge and the Smash-o-Meter with tickets to the opening game of the new Aviva Premiership season on offer for the best score. The Tigers Group Days team are running a kicking competition and Justin Loveridge, Tigers’ Norfolk rugby development officer, who runs the club’s Aviva Premiership Rugby Schools Programme in the county, will also join the roadshow team.
The clubhouse and bar will be open, and there will be a BBQ too.
Tigers will join the HRH The Earl of Wessex and an estimated 80,000 visitors at the Royal Norfolk Show at the Norfolk Showground in Norwich on Wednesday and Thursday.
Prince Edward will fulfil a packed programme of visits and presentations during his two-day stay.
It is the fourth year that Tigers have attended the show and the team will bring along the Speed Pass Challenge and the Smash-o-Meter. The highest scores will be in with a chance of winning tickets to the first game of the new season.
Young Tigers fans can sign up to the Junior Tigers Club for free and receive a Tigers flag and a #Tigesfamily wristband.

Older supporters can take up e-membership and also receive some Tigers goodies, including a car sticker, a pen and a #Tigersfamily wristband.

And fans can capture their Tigers moment in our special photobooth with the choice of three backgrounds, including Welford Road stadium. Have your photo taken alongside Vereniki Goneva, Dan Cole, Manu Tuilagi, Geoff Parling and Anthony Allen, or with some of the great players in Tigers' recent history including Martin Johnson, Geordan Murphy and Martin Corry.

For a list of Maul events this summer, click here.

Tigers are always looking to be part of new events. Organisers can request the Maul visits their event by emailing the club's marketing team marke[email protected] with 'FAO: Maul' in the subject field.
Tigers will return to Norfolk later in the summer with our renowned Tigers Rugby Camps. Swaffham RFC (July 28-Aug 1), Diss RFC (Aug 4-8), Gresham’s School (Aug 11-15) and North Walsham RFC (Aug 18-22) are the venues and places are available now.
Click here to book a place.