The Chester Grosvenor is delighted to welcome Welsh former international rugby union player and TV pundit, Sam Warburton, for an evening of anecdotes from the world of rugby. Arrive at 7:00pm for a delicious three course meal accompanied by a half bottle of Sommelier’s choice wine, coffee and petit fours, followed by an evening of behind the scenes stories from Sam’s impressive career with question and answer session at the end.
Sam is a former international rugby union player who played for the Cardiff Blues and was first capped for Wales in 2009. He was named Wales captain in 2011 and became the youngest-ever Rugby World Cup captain later that year. He went on to captain the British and Irish Lions twice, and held the record for the most Wales caps as captain until surpassed by Alun Wyn Jones.
Sam retired from rugby in 2018 but has remained involved in the sport, running his successful SW7 training academy and of course, as a regular expert pundit for the BBC and Sky Sports.
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