The finals this year will all be hosted at Llandarcy on the main field.
The reason behind hosting the event there is we are hoping to create a day where the whole club can get involved and celebrate the achievement of getting to the final.
We aim to create a "festival" type of day with events and games for all ages. More information on this is available below.
The Under 15's games will take place on Sunday the 11th May 2014. The Under 16's on Sunday the 18th May 2014. The kick off times for both days will be as follows:-
Changing rooms and showers will be available for all teams participating in the finals.
There will be games of tag/touch rugby taking place on the 3g pitch and in the barn of participating finalists leading up to each game.
There will also be different events for the children to participate in on the day such as Cage Rugby, Beat the Osprey and WRU Streetstars amongst other things.
Food and refreshments will be available to purchase throughout the day if required.
Please feel free to attend and join in the festivities. Cost of entry Adult £2 Children are free.
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