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Win The New England RFU Shirt Signed By Captain Chris Robshaw

We have teamed up with new England kit supplier Canterbury to offer you a brand new England home shirt signed by skipper Chris Robshaw.

To mark the launch of the new England Rugby kit, Canterbury and the RFU have unveiled a series of photographs featuring members of the whole England rugby family, captured by the world-renowned English photographer, David Bailey.

Featuring fans, community rugby representatives, RFU staff and officials, together with Elite players and coaches from England's Men's, Women's and Sevens teams, the iconic imagery reinforces Canterbury's 'England Is All' campaign, which celebrates the unity of all those who contribute to the development and success of the sport in England.

The 'England is All' campaign aims to inspire the rugby stars of tomorrow, both on the pitch and behind the scenes, by demonstrating the wide team of people responsible for the success of England Rugby.

To celebrate the launch of the new campaign, we have teamed up with Canterbury to offer one lucky reader the chance to win one of the new England shirts, signed by Chris Robshaw.

CLOSING DATE: Monday 19th November 2012 23:23

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