Public vote opens for Scottish Rugby Writers’ Photo of the Season

Choose your favourite from a shortlist of nine pictures selected by the Scottish Rugby Writers

THE public poll to choose the winner of the inaugural Scottish Rugby Writers’ Photo of the Season  – sponsored by Hampden & Co  – with a shortlist of nine photos to choose from has opened.

If you would like to have your say, then please view all nine photos below and then click HERE to cast your vote. Polling closes at midnight on Saturday 11th May and the winner will be announced at the Scottish Rugby Writers Dinner on Thursday 16th May.

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  • Remember: all you need to do to vote is click HERE.

  • Hampden & Co is a private bank serving the day-to-day banking, deposit and lending needs of individuals, their families and associated businesses.

    Each client has a nominated banker who delivers a service tailored to their specific circumstances and requirements.

    To discover what it feels like to be looked after by your bank, contact Banking Director Ian Gibson on 0131 297 0158 or ian.gibson@hampdenandco.com


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