The Blues travel to Eirias Park in Colwyn Bay this week and will be hosting an open training session.
Speaking ahead of the visit Cardiff Blues Director of Rugby Phil Davies said,
"The whole squad are looking forward to travelling to north Wales for our training camp.
"The facilities at Parc Eirias are second to none and there is a real appetite for rugby in that part of the country, as has been demonstrated by the international and age grade matches that have been played there recently.
"It's been great to see the growth and progress of rugby in north Wales over recent years and we hope our visit to Conwy will help generate further interest for youngsters in north Wales wishing to take up rugby."
Wednesday August 14th
3.30pm/4pm - Open Training - (Public watch from stand) - 90mins - Eirias
5.00pm - Post Session signing - circa 15mins - (Pitch side)
7.30/45pm - Q & A - Free Open to Public - Coaches & Lions Players, Rupert Moon host - Eirias Indoor Training Area - (Bar Open & Small PA at Indoor Filming Balcony End)
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