Sculpted torsos, pulsating biceps, powerful legs and hot men will be on show at the Sydney Convicts sixth annual Rugger Bugger fundraiser night.

The global defending champions of gay rugby will throw modesty to the wind in an infamous Full Monty striptease to raise funds for their 2008 Bingham Cup campaign in Dublin, Ireland.

“We are looking to possibly take three teams to Dublin – one to compete for the Bingham Cup and the other two for the Bingham Plate and Bowl. It largely depends on funds,” Convict Iain Jepsen told SSO.

The world-renowned club has trained tirelessly through the Christmas, New Year and Mardi Gras periods, giving themselves the best chance to equal the San Francisco Fog’s record of two consecutive world titles when they travel to Dublin later this year.

The Convicts also hope Rugger Bugger will attract new and talented rugby players to the team to help strengthen it in the lead-up to the world competition.

“Recruiting experienced footballers is always a priority for the team,” Jepsen said.

“The more players we have heightens the level of our team as the fight for position increases.”

The annual event will be held at the Midnight Shift on 15 March.

SSO columnist Maxi Shield will host the show, adding some femininity to the high-testosterone strip show.

Whether you’re a rugby fiend or not, supporting homegrown talent in its endeavour to bring home a world title is something you can’t help but get enthusiastic about. Rugger Bugger is sure to be a well-organised community  fundraiser as well as a sexy good time.

Advance tickets for Rugger Bugger are on sale for $20 at the Midnight Shift – it will be $25 on the night, Saturday 15 March. For additional info visit the Convicts website

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