Fantasy 6 Nations Forecast – World Cup Year 2015
In what will be a very long year for the top class players around the world, the 6 Nations becomes a training ground for coaches and proving ground for break through players ahead of World Cup selection. So expect nothing to be left behind by teams or individuals in the next couple of months.
Which means you need to go all out for glory and winning the F6NF in World Cup year!
Is Joe Schmidt v Stuart Lancaster the big battle? Surely the winner over the next 9 months will take the Lions’ job in 2017.
Can Lancaster’s array of flying wingers and massive back rows batter and slice through the foxy French and organised Irish? Schmidt’s old mate Vern Cotter tips Sam Hidalgo-Clyne as the player of the tournament – what sort of name is that? And where will Gatland’s Wales end up – an opening Friday night gig against England in Cardiff means their season could be flying or finished before the rest get started.
New prizes this year mean not only can you take the top prize of €1,000, but each F6NF weekend you can also collect all manner of awards, and not just for coming first. We will have the “Best Selfie” award for you at the venue of your choice, “Most Average” award for coming in the middle, “Wooden Spoon” award for you know what, and other fiendishly complicated awards that have yet to be thought up.
Its all to play for and you can make your forecast at the link below – and in proving your expertise win €1,000!
Remember, all the proceeds go to the Laura Lynn Children’s Sunshine Home, who continue to do great work for very sick kids and their parents. And we mean all the proceeds – all prize money comes from sponsors, so every euro you contribute goes directly to Laura Lynn, no administrative charges, no salary top ups, no appearance money, no tent at the Galway races, no pension hand outs. That’s a promise.
This year we are using MyCharity.ie to collect the money, so please link to it when you have completed your entry and cash out there – I’m sure many of you have used it before.
So enter now and make a difference – you know it makes sense. Its all very easy, and at this stage you are practically guaranteed to win. Just €25 per entry for the full competition (15 games) with all monies going to Laura Lynn.