CORK rugby fans will get a chance to pit their skills against two rugby legends tomorrow evening (Tuesday) at the Courtyard on Sober Lane.
Munster and Ireland legend Ronan O’Gara and the man dubbed ‘too small to play international rugby’ Wales legend Shane Williams will be in Cork tomorrow between 6-8pm at the Courtyard.
The one-time great rivals on the pitch will be hosting the second Guinness Six Nations experience in The Courtyard on Sober Lane, Cork and it will be a chance for a kicking star from Cork to emerge.
The two rugby legends will go head to head in front of a crowd, taking part in a rugby kicking simulator challenge, to see if they still have what it takes to win a Guinness Six Nations.
And members of the public will have the opportunity to put their rugby kicking skills to the test, going up against the two giants of the game.
The rugby kicking simulator will be available to anyone over 18 years of age only who wishes to participate and show off their skills tomorrow evening.
Participants simply need to turn up at the venue from 6pm and head to the outdoor beer garden where they will meet event staff who will guide them on how to take part in the simulator experience.
It promises to be a great evening or entertainment where rugby followers will get the inside track on the game between two of the three unbeaten sides in the Guinness Six Nations on Saturday in Dublin.