Cardiff Blues players hit the shops to meet the fans
Friday 20th of November will see Cardiff Blues players Gavin Evans, Sam Norton Knight, Richie Rees, John Yapp, Maama Molitika and Paul Tito visit the Lab Sport shop at the brand new St David's 2 shopping centre in Cardiff.
The players will be at the brand new store from 2.00pm and on hand to sign autographs and pose for photos with supporters. The Blues have a busy week promoting the Cardiff Blues v Australia match and tickets for the game will be available to purchase from the Lab.
Tickets for the match to be played on Tuesday 24 November, 7.35pm kick off, are priced from £5 for juniors, £10 for students and £20 for adults. The Blues also have family tickets available, 2 adults & 2 children, for only £40.
Speaking ahead of the match Cardiff Blues Captain Paul Tito said,
"It's always great to go out and meet the fans and we've had some superb support this season already."
"Hopefully the fans will come out in force for the Australia match as it promises to be a great occasion."
"The players are really looking forward to it. This is the first time that some of our players will play against an international side and from my experience of playing against them back in New Zealand they are always a tough team to beat."
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