Rugby Super League fans win our Batchelors Peas prize to see Leeds Rhinos victory in South of France

Leeds Rhinos fans Steve Manton and Scott Daly won a Batchelors Peas competition to see Leeds Rhinos beat Catalan Dragons away in the south of France.
Leeds Rhinos fans Steve Manton and Scott Daly won a Batchelors Peas competition to see Leeds Rhinos beat Catalan Dragons away in the south of France.
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Leeds Rhinos fans Steve Manton and Scott Daly got to see their team beat Catalan Dragons away in the south of France.after winning our Batchelors Peas competition.

Steve said: “The locals were so welcoming and there was a fantastic atmosphere from the moment we arrived.

“The highlight was being with 1,000 other Leeds fans, singing songs in the square and making our presence felt a long way from home.

“It was a real eye opener to see how the players prepared for the match and how professional they were – we showed our appreciation as they came through the airport after an amazing win.”​

The competition was part of a season packed with money-can’t-buy prizes and chances to win with Batchelors Peas, Official Partner of the Betfred Super League.

There’s also an on-pack promotion running until July 2017 with a headline prize of a trip to Australia in October including tickets to see England Rugby League take on the Australian Kangaroos in Melbourne, and £1,000 spending money.

Marketing Director at Princes, makers of Batchelors Peas, said: “We’re excited to build on the success of last year’s partnership with the Super League and this year we’re looking forward to getting even more fans involved.

” What's more, pick up a can of Batchelors Peas between now and July 2017 for your chance to win a trip to Australia, including tickets to see England Rugby League take on the Australian Kangaroos in Melbourne, and £1,000 spending money."

There are lots of other exciting prizes to be won throughout the season – look out for the unique code on the underside of every label and enter online for the chance to win.

Batchelors produces top quality Marrowfat, Mushy and Garden Peas, and has been a teatime family favourite for decades. For more information on Batchelors Peas, visit batchelorspeas.co.uk

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