Cardiff Blues have teamed up with their nominated charity Cancer Research Wales to produce a fantastic calendar for 2010.
The special edition calendar is now available to season ticket holders at the discount price of only £5. *This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
The calendar, which would make an ideal Christmas present, features photos from last season, with superb action shots taken from a number of memorable matches. Who can forget Leigh Halfpenny's blistering effort against Gloucester in the EDF Energy Cup Final, the thrilling match against Toulouse in the Heineken Cup, and the nail biting action against Leicester Tigers. All the images featured in the calendar were provided by Huw Evans Photo Agency.
Proceeds from the sales of the calendars will be donated to the Cardiff Blues nominated charity Cancer Research Wales, who were founded in 1966 by Dr Ken Davies. Since then their achievements for cancer research have been considerable.
The research laboratory is based at the Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff and is another reason why Velindre Hospital is a centre of excellence for the non-surgical treatment of cancer.
Calendars normally cost £10 but season ticket holders can now purchase them for only £5 from the Cardiff City Stadium Megastore.
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