A Weekend with Bryan Habana

In partnership with NO°7 Sports Events Limited

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

There has been a great boost in the development of young rugby players in the Isle of Man, with the game grabbing the attention of many young talented players right here on home soil. Isle of Man Rugby Union Development, in partnership with N7 Sporting Events Limited, are hosting ‘A Weekend with Bryan Habana’. This will be a great opportunity for local clubs, their members and Island rugby fans to spend time with Bryan, ask questions, learn new skills and have some fun.

Friday, 6 September

A private dining experience with Bryan Habana

Friday, 7 September

Breakfast with Bryan Habana, including Q & A session (public event) £15 per 1 Child, £25 Parent & 1 Child or £35 for 2 Parents & 1 Child Black Tie Dinner with keynote speaker, Bryan Habana (public event) Tables of 4,6 or 10

Friday, 8 September

Training Session with Bryan Habana (public event) 11h30am – 12h15pm £20 Per child (U11-U16’s)

BREAKFAST AND Q & A SESSION

Join us for breakfast at 8h30, followed by a Q & A session with Bryan Habana at 9h30 which will finish around 11h00. Thereafter there will be an opportunity to have a photo with Bryan or grab his autograph.

BLACK TIE DINNER

We invite you to attend our Black Tie Dinner with Bryan Habana as our key note speaker, as well as to enjoy a live silent auction running throughout the evening which will include some of Bryan’s memorabilia. Reception drinks start at 19h00, with dinner at 19h45. A three-course meal will be served, followed by tea and coffee. Tony James (Island radio presenter) will compare the event and DJ after the close of the formal part of the evening.

SUNDAY TRAINING SESSION

Isle of Man Rugby invites you to attend a training session on Sunday morning with Bryan Habana and our Rugby Development Officer, Chris Brannigan. We will be focussing on skills, drills and just having a great time out on the field.

GIVING BACK

All proceeds from the raffle of a framed & autogrpahed (by Bryan Habana) Springbok shirt will be donated to Rebecca House. Founded in 1983; over the years they have become a cherished part of the community, offering a broad range of services to those in need.

Photos from the weekend

To view all the photos from the weekend visit our Facebook page

Bryan Habana foundation talk from the black tie dinner

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