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Bid to watch the All Blacks v Scotland ... and to join the Sunday Herald team for our post-referendum issue

We have two more fantastic "lots" in our final auction to raise money for Unicef's work with the children of the Commonwealth.

Lot 1 is the chance for one lucky bidder and three guests to see one of the sporting highlights of the year as the New Zealand All Blacks take on Scotland at Murrayfield, Edinburgh on Saturday, November 15.

Before the high-octane action, you and your guests are invited to attend the All Blacks' official Captain's Run at Murrayfield on Friday, November 14. Led by the captain, the closed training session provides a unique opportunity to see the team up close as they prepare to take on Scotland.

There will also be a meet-and-greet and photo opportunity with the All Blacks.

Lot 2 is the chance to visit the Sunday Herald office on the production day immediately after the Scottish referendum.

The Sunday Herald is the only newspaper to have so far announced its support for a Yes vote in the referendum, which will take place on September 18.

The successful bidder and a guest will:

l Visit the Sunday Herald office on Saturday, September 20.

l Take part in a staff conference that day to discuss the newspaper's coverage.

l Help to design the front page of what will be a historic issue, whatever the result.

To bid for either prize simply follow the link at the bottom of this panel.

There is still time to use the same link to bid for last week's two lots: Ryder Cup tickets and the chance to join the Sunday Herald fashion team on a location shoot.

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