Shane Horgan Teams Up With Glenisk to #EatLikeThem

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February 26, 2016 by Evin

Ahead of Ireland’s clash with England in the 6 Nations Championship, Glenisk has unveiled two new videos featuring former International rugby player, Shane Horgan, who explains in his own inimitable style, that while you can’t always play like rugby players, you can #EatLikeThem. 

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See ‘Ruck’ here: Glenisk #EatLikeThem with Shane Horgan – ‘Ruck’

and ‘Tackle’: Glenisk #EatLikeThem with Shane Horgan – ‘Tackle’

Glenisk is now the Official Yogurt of Irish Rugby, providing yogurt to both the National Men’s and Women’s teams. The​ IRFU partnership is featured on Glenisk’s Authentically Strained Fat Free Greek Yogurt. Free from artificial ingredients, the yogurt comes in 9 delicious flavours and contains double the protein – great nutrition for busy days, fuelling workouts and helping recovery after exercise.

Visit Glenisk’s Facebook page for chances to win VIP Match Tickets for the 6 Nations Championship.

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