YOUNGSTERS from St John Ogilvie Primary School in Livingston enjoyed the chance to check out for themselves the RBS 6 Nations Trophy last week when it was brought to their school.
And joining the prestigious piece of silverware at the school was Scotland international Scott MacLeod – giving the county kids a double delight.
The RBS 6 Nations Trophy, presented to the winner of the Championship, was taken to the school last Friday morning after St John Ogilvie Primary was selected from a number of entrants in a competition that ran on the RBS Hub website.
The visit to Livingston was an extension of The RBS 6 Nations Trophy Tour which saw the cup go on a tour across 14 locations throughout Scotland during this year’s Championship, including local RBS branches.
Paul Smith, Head of Sponsorship and Events for RBS UK Retail, said: “The RBS 6 Nations Trophy is something most people only ever see on television being held up by the most famous names in rugby.
“Scotland may not have won the trophy since 1999 but this is a great opportunity for us at RBS, using our involvement with the RBS 6 Nations, to give Scottish kids a chance to see and be photographed with one of sports most famous trophies.”