Win the chance to be our mascot for the big league opener with Glasgow
Do you know someone who would love to lead the Cardiff Blues out on to the field for the first competitive home match of the 2014/15 season? Here is your chance to get them involved on the big day!
We are looking for a young Cardiff Blues supporter, aged between 5 and 12, who has always dreamed of being our match day mascot.
The prize includes being pitch side pre-match for a close up view of the players warming up, a brand new Blues shirt, a family ticket, an official photo with the Blues captain and of course the opportunity to lead the Blues out on to the field!
To enter please email email@example.com stating the potential mascots details (name, age, school and favourite player) along with why he/she should lead the Blues out on to the field. Any additional information to prove how big a Cardiff Blues fan they are will be taken in to consideration!
Entrants must be available on Sunday 14th September 2014 from 3pm. The prize is not transferable to another match. Mascots must be aged between five and 12 years-old. Competition closes at 12noon on Monday 8th September and the winner will be contacted by 5pm on Monday 8th September.
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