Victory for the Blues this Sunday against Gloucester will see the team given a chance to defend their Anglo Welsh Cup title in Sixways, Worcester on Sunday 21st March.
If successful in beating Gloucester there is just 1 week to organise a trip to the Final … so Cardiff Blues Supporters Club have made some provisional travel arrangements with local bus companies in the event of success. Following a win on Sunday - immediately after the game, CBSC Committee Members will be at special "Bus Booking Stations" at the City Stadium - which will be at Gates - 3, 6 and 9!
To reserve your place see the supporters club volunteer on Sunday - please come prepared by downloading a booking form here and have that available with you - along with your payment by cash or cheque only. If you are a Supporters' Club member please also have your membership card with you to get your discounted price...
LV= Cup Final Travel Prices:
CBSC Adult Members £10
CBSC Junior Members £5
Non CBSC Members £15
You will also be able to BOOK ONLINE - with a credit or debit card at www.cardiffbluessupportersclub.co.uk from Monday morning.
Or CALL the Supporters Club from Monday - ring Graeme on 07825 219354
You are encouraged to book your places early to avoid disappointment….!!! Come on Blues!!
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