Ynysowen RFC Under 8's have signed up for the scheme and will be playing at half time during the match with Rhiwbina U8's.
Andrew Pike of Ynysowen said,
"We started the Under 8's this year as there was a lot of demand for rugby in the area. We already had a senior and youth teams so the junior team was a natural extension.
"We have about 20 kids who play regularly and playing in the Millennium Stadium will certainly be a huge day in the club's history. We have ordered a few coaches to come down and it's sure to be a great day and the cash-back scheme is great incentive for the clubs to get involved."
Rhiwbina, who have one of the largest junior sections in Wales have also signed up to the scheme purchasing over 100 tickets for the game.
Penydre High Schools, St Cadoc's Primary School, Eglwys Newydd Primary School, Rumney High School, Ysgol Gymraeg Traganna, Ysgol Gymraeg Castellau, Trowbridge Junior School, Holy Family Primary School, Pantysgallog Primary Schools and Barry RFC Juniors have all signed up for the new scheme and will benefit financially if they buy tickets for the big match.
In addition to the financial benefits, the new scheme will enable the top earners to receive Rugby Balls, Rugby Kits, Post Pads and a special coaching session form the Cardiff Blues all kindly donated by sponsors Rhino Rugby, Canterbury of New Zealand and Gilbert.
There will be also be a large party of supporters from north Wales travelling down as Wrexham RFC have already purchased 54 tickets for the match. If you are interested in the Community Cash-back Scheme or want to make a group booking for the match please contact the ticket office on 029 2030 2030.