Army International Defence Rugby Competition Rugby Shirt Made by Samurai. The IDRC shirt is made from 100% polyester Ikoma for optimum comfort, quality and breathability. The Army, Royal Navy and RAF are hosting the second International Defence Rugby Competition (IDRC) in October of this year. The Army are the current holders of the title from the inaugural competition held in Australia and New Zealand four years ago and this year’s tournament is gearing up to be an incredible event. Alongside the Army, Royal Navy and RAF, teams including New Zealand, France, Australia, South Africa and Fiji will be travelling to the UK and the knock out stages of the competition will be played at the Stoop, Twickenham. The shirt includes the silhouettes of iconic British buildings – Big Ben, Tower Bridge and The London Eye – placed upon an eye catching backdrop of the Union Jack flag. A gold star is also placed above the ARU badge to commemorate the ARU’s victory in 2011.
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