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VIP Sporting Dinners Leon Lloyd Luncheon
Balls Brothers, Minster Exchange, City of London
Friday 6th March 2015
Join us on Friday 6th March 2015 for Leon Lloyd’s Book Launch Lunch at Balls Brothers Minster Exchange in the City of London.
Leon’s International Colleagues join him for a 6 Nations update and chat about Leon’s new book.
Each guest will receive a signed copy of Leon’s Book
Sporting Dinners Balls Brothers Sample Menu
- Glenarm Smoked Salmon with capers and buttered wholegrain bread
- Sirloin Steak with Chips, vine roasted Tomatoes and a peppercorn sauce
- Cheese Platters, fruit chutney and Biscuits
- Coffee and Petit-Fours
Tables of 10 @ at £850 plus VAT and are available on a first come first served basis.
Individual Bookings on shared tables @ £90 + vat p.p (Limited availability)
Leon Lloyd was born in Coventry in the Midlands where he grew up and attended Coundon Court School. He played for England Schools, England Colts, England U21’s, Eng 7’s and the Barbarians
and was a successful try scorer for the Tigers Youth XV and Development XV. Lloyd made his debut at Leicester Tigers in 1996 at the age of 17 and soon after played for England U21
before going on to gain his first two caps for England in 2000 against South Africa.
Leon Lloyd played for England U21, England 7s, the Barbarians England Colts and England Schools and prior to making his début for the Tigers first team, was a successful try scorer for the
Tigers Youth XV and Development XV before a serious car accident sidelined him for six months.
Leon was included in England's 1999 World Cup squad but didn't feature in any matches. He went onto gain his first two caps the following season as a replacement against South Africa in
2000, but concern was raised about his discipline as he was seen punching a Springbok player.
Leon scored two tries, including the match-winner in Tigers' 2001 Heineken Cup Final
Leon Lloyd agreed a deal to leave Leicester Tigers for Guinness Premiership team Gloucester Rugby in 2007 where he scored five tries in just six games. However, his playing career was
cut short in 2008 after he suffered a career-ending knee injury during a game against the Ospreys.
Sporting Dinners Leon Lloyd Luncheon.