Rugby Competition in aid of Cancer Research UK
(Registered charity number 1089464)


This Competition is organised by Haslemere Local Committee, Cancer Research UK. The entry fee is £5. Half of the money collected will go to Cancer Research, and the other half will be divided between the winners. If possible, please enter and pay using our Internet pages at Otherwise you can fill your form on the PC, and e-mail to

We'd find it helpful to have payments made online using our PayPal facility but if you wish, we're quite happy to accept a cheque payable to Cancer Research UK. Please send it with your form to CRUKHLC Rugby Competition, PO Box 37, Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6YP.

How to enter

Use your skill and knowledge of the game of Rugby Union to forecast the winners of the 48 matches, the semi finalists, the finalists, the score in the final, and the total points scored in the tournament.  Points will be awarded as follows: 


The highest scoring entry will be the winner. Second and third prizes will also be awarded. In the case that there is a tie for any prize, it will be combined with the next lower available prize(s) and divided equally between the tying competitors. The winner will receive 35% of the pot, the runner-up 10% and the third place 5%. The decision of the organisers will be final.

News and results

During the Rugby World Cup, positions and results in this competiton will be displayed on the web page If you include a nickname on your entry, you will be able to see your score in a league table on the web page.. Winners will be notified by post. If you want your own copy of the results, please send a stamped self-addressed envelope to HLC Competition, PO Box 37, Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6YP (or e-mail).


We will not use your details, whether received by post or by Internet or e-mail, for any other purpose than the administration of this competition. 

Promoters: John & Ruth Holden on behalf of Haslemere Local Committee, Cancer Research UK, PO Box 37, Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6YP. The promoters have no connection with the organisers of Rugby World Cup 2007.