GBRT Applications for the 2021 tour to the States and Canada

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GBRT Applications for the 2021 tour to the States and Canada.

 

A reminder that the closing date for applications is the 31st March 2020. The originally posted dates have changed due to the DCRA meeting now reverting to its original timing.

We will now be travelling a week earlier, departing the UK on the 30 July and returning from Canada on the night of the 23rd August, landing in the UK on the morning of the 24th.

 

We will be competing for the America Match at Camp Atterbury on the 7th August 2021. The nearest town is Edinburgh, which lies about 40 minutes drive south of Indianapolis.

 

Please send applications to me:-  andrewlothian01@gmail.com

 

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