SINGAPORE - The April 15-16 HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens will feature 16 teams, including the top two Asian sides, Hong Kong and Japan.
The Singapore leg is the eighth of 10 tournaments in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
Spectators can also expect to see the likes of current Series leaders South Africa, as well as Olympic gold and silver medallists Fiji and England respectively.
Last year's Singapore leg saw Kenya beat eventual series champions Fiji 30-7 in front of a crowd of 27,370 at the National Stadium.
The Straits Times, in partnership with the HSBC Singapore Rugby 7s, is offering ST readers a chance to catch the action at this year's tournament.
Correctly answer the questions published in ST from March 27 to April 2 and stand a chance to win a pair of VIP experience passes (worth a total of $3,200). There will also be 10 Category 1 passes (worth $150 each) up for grabs.
E-mail your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org with the headline "ST-Singapore Rugby 7s contest". Include your name, IC and contact number. The deadline for submission is April 3, noon. Winners will be notified from April 4.
Terms and conditions
• Tickets are not exchangeable.
• By entering this contest, you agree to:
i) share data (including personal data) with organisers solely for the purposes of this contest.
ii) be interviewed and have your photo taken for publicity purposes (in the event you are the winner).
• The organisers' decisions are final.
• Employees of Rugby Singapore and Singapore Press Holdings are ineligible to enter this contest.