Are you up for the Boiler Box Challenge? Worcester Bosch is inviting you to have a go, as part of its Rely On campaign.
Rely On aims to celebrate the things and people that we rely on every day, and Worcester Bosch took two football and rugby legends back to surprise the players, parents and coaches at their childhood clubs.
Ex-England stars Wayne Bridge and Kyran Bracken gave pep talks and coaching sessions in Southampton and Liverpool.
Then, back on the pitches where they first learned to play, the ex-pros took on Worcester’s Boiler Box Challenge – in which the former internationals had to to chip or throw a football or rugby ball into an empty boiler box.
Now, Worcester wants gas engineers to submit their own efforts. From rainbow flicks to scorpion kicks, what’s the most impressive way you can get a football or rugby ball into an empty boiler box? There are signed balls to give away for the most creative clips.
You can watch Wayne and Kyran taking on the challenge on Worcester’s social media channels. Then, post your own attempts using #BoilerBoxChallenge for your chance to win a signed football or rugby ball.
Worcester is also on the lookout for deserving junior clubs to visit. Nominate a team, club or society who you think deserves a surprise from the Worcester team before Sunday 30 July at www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/rely
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