The NAMS cup is a tournament played throughout the year amongst every medical school in the country, culminating in a finals day, held for the first time ever in Cardiff at the Arms Park on May 1st.
The day is the 'Dr.Jack Matthews NAMS finals Day', all the profit going to the Dr.Jack Matthews scholarship, a fund that has already helped medical students provide healthcare as far away as Siera Leone, and social services as close as St.Mellons.
Season Ticket holders at Cardiff Blues are reminded that they gain FREE entry to the British & Irish Cup pool fixtures this season - starting with Saturday's home fixture against Nottingham Rugby at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park (kick-off 2.30pm).
Teenage Cancer Trust will be collecting for valuable funds at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park on Saturday afternoon ahead of our British & Irish Cup fixture with Nottingham Rugby (kick-off 2.30pm). Ahead of the game, we take a closer look at the charity and discover how they are making a difference...
Cardiff Blues suffered a first defeat of the season in the European Rugby Challenge Cup as a second half burst of tries from Harlequins saw the English side claim victory at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park.