New Zealand 7s were welcomed to Glasgow's sole Gaelic speaking school near Charing Cross today.
The Rugby World Cup 7s world champions and HSBC Sevens World Series leaders were specially invited to the school who have adopted them for this summer's Commowealth Games, to give some tips on a variation of the New Zealander's traditional war dance, The Haka, that they are working on.
The players also answered question about playing in this weekend's Emirates Airline Glasogw 7s at Scotstoun Satdium on Saturday and Sunday (3-4 May), being a sevens professional and played some rugby with the pupils.
Rugby was introduced at the Glasgow Gaelic School just over two year's ago by local development officer, at the time, Tom Davidson.
Tickets for the 2014 Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s tournament, the eighth leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series, are available now on general sale, starting from only £20 per person and £10 for under-18s, students and senior citizens.
The Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s is a perfect weekend for young rugby fans too, combining shorter matches with plenty of other activities and entertainment for the kids to let off some steam between the action. Scottish Rugby are offering a group ticket offer, which is perfect for rugby clubs, schools, sports clubs and youth groups, allowing young people to enjoy an international sporting event from only £5 per person.
Groups of ten or more booking tickets for the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s benefit from a discounted ticket price. Scottish Rugby member clubs and schools (in Scotland) can also benefit from travel support of up to £200, depending on your location. Visit www.scottishrugby.org/tournaments-events/emirates-airline-glasgow-7s/group-offer to download an application.
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