#RobinHoodLovesRugby and we all know it.
your support behind the Green and Whites ahead next week's Robin
Hood Shield against Doncaster by taking a photo in the iconic
archer's stance and tweet #RobinHoodLovesRugby
Thanks to Experience
Nottinghamshire the best tweet wins a night's package at the Crown
Green and Whites mascot, Archie Stag, has been quick
to get his entry in, paying a visit to the Robin Hood statue
outside Nottingham Castle.
Trump the stag, embody the legend and try win this great
Nottingham's clash with the South Yorkshire side at Meadow Lane
on Sunday, November 25, will be the first time the
neighbours battle for the Robin Hood Shield.
It's a contest near and dear to Green and Whites hearts, a club
that carries the archer as its crest and plays in the colours that
Robin Hood made infamous when he stalked Sherwood Forest.
kicks off at 3pm with the match creating a buzz as Clubs
Day. More than 1000 junior and mini players from
Notts, Lincs and Derbyshire have been invited to the match to
celebrate the grass roots game as part of Nottingham's Partner
Connect with the Green and Whites @NottinghamRugby and