RWC 2019 Samoa Flag Ball
Gilbert are proud to have been chosen as the official ball supplier for Rugby World Cup 2019. Between 20th September and 2nd November 2019, the world’s 20 best rugby playing nations will compete in Japan for rugby’s ultimate prize. This is the first time a RWC has been hosted in Asia and the tournament is sure to be bigger and better than ever.
An excellent way to support your country this year and get involved with the RWC 2019 is to buy your very own Samoa Flag Ball. Gilbert have developed the innovative RWC Match Ball design and taken it one step further so this ball incorporates the Samoan flag and their colours.
Samoa are currently ranked 17th in the World Rugby rankings and have taken part in every Rugby World Cup since 1991. Before each match, Samoa perform the Siva Tau, a traditional Samoan dance.
This ball makes the perfect gift for the Samoan rugby enthusiast for back yard rugby or putting on display. It is available in size 5 with 2 Ply backing material and a grippy rubber compound surface ensuring players handling is never hindered.
Get your RWC Samoa Flag Ball today and be the ultimate supporter!
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