Connacht match plays host to first regional clubs day at the Blues new home.
On December 6th the immensely popular regional clubs day will take place at Cardiff Blues Magners league clash against Connacht at Cardiff City Stadium.
Cardiff Blues are extremely proud of the strong relationships they have with the clubs throughout the region and look forward to welcoming many fans from all over to the game.
Each club in the region has been offered 30 tickets for the game and the Blues hope to see many fans sporting their local colours at the match against Irish team Connacht.
Nick Jones a representative from Cowbridge RFC applauded the Blues efforts to get the smaller clubs involved,
"It's fantastic that Cardiff Blues have offered these 30 tickets to the clubs, it's a rare opportunity for many of the junior fans to get down to a game, I'm sure they'll have a fantastic time cheering on the Blues."
At half time a regional club's parade will take place with representative's from the clubs in attendance walking around the outside of the pitch. As well as this will be the event now synonymous with regional clubs day, the annual mascot race.
Bruiser was pipped last year by the Rhiwbina squirrel but after much goading by his mascot friends over the summer he decided to get in shape. This year's mascot race looks set be a classic with Bruiser keen to reclaim his crown.
For more information on how to claim your club's tickets please contact Georgina on 02920 643 779.
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