Support the Blues in their last game of the season!
28 April 2014 09:31
By Clare Williams
On Saturday 10th May 2014, the Cardiff Blues travel to Parc-y-Scarlets to take on our regional rivals at 6.30pm.
The Supporters' Club are running a trip which departs from Westgate Street at 3.30pm, with the return trip leaving just over an hour after the game. After the game we will be joined by the Blues squad as we'll be presenting our Player of the Month Awards for February, March and April.
Supporters' Club members who have already travelled with CBSC this season, and all CBSC Junior members can travel for FREE! And for CBSC members who don't qualify for this offer, it's just£5!
Non members are also welcome and seats cost £10 for adults and £5 for under 18's.
This trip has already been very popular and so please book now if you want to travel - to avoid disappointment. Bookings can be made online via the shop on www.cardiffbluessupportersclub.co.uk
Please note that match tickets can be purchased from The Scarlets' ticket office and that most of our travellers have opted for terrace tickets.
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