CBSC host Regional Supporters' Club Social Event on day of double header
18 March 2013 13:12pm
In celebration of the first double header derby day at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday March 30th, Cardiff Blue Supporters' Club (CBSC) will be hosting a special post match event at Cardiff Arms Park, to bring together all of the regional Supporters' Clubs for the first time.
The Ospreys Supporters' Club, the Scarlets Supporters' Trust and Friends of Newport Rugby, as well as Cardiff Rugby and Pontypridd Supporters' Clubs have been invited to join the event which will take place after the Cardiff Blues take on the Ospreys next door.
CBSC committee member Rebecca Jones said 'We always look to meet up with opposition Supporters' Clubs when we are watching the Blues away from home and we thought that this would be a great opportunity to welcome others to the Arms Park on the first opportunity we've had to all get together in this way. The event will be informal with a 'Pie and a Pint' Reception as well as a few inter-club challenges for a bit of fun.'
CBSC have invited a number of their members to join the event after a draw of membership numbers was made last week - check your email to see if you have won tickets to the event!
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