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Principality stage set for week- long festival of community Rugby


The Road to Principality series of community festivals and fi nals is set to be even bigger and better than last year’s inaugural series. More than 100 teams will participate in a week-long celebration of all aspects of the community game at the home of Welsh rugby. New elements this year include a whole day dedicated to inclusive rugby. For the fi rst time there will be a Walking Rugby festival involving six walking rugby groups, six mixed ability teams will participate in a mixed ability rugby festival – a growth from the three teams that played at the venue last year. In addition, Cardiff Lions will play Swansea Vikings in an International Gay Rugby fi xture refereed by Nigel Owens. WRU Community Director Geraint John said,


“Playing at Principality


Stadium is a dream come true for any rugby player and for many of the participants of Road to Principality, it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience”. Full schedule (free entry unless stated): Sunday 28th April - National Finals Day


WRU Bowl Final – 1pm Abergavenny v Oakdale WRU Plate Final – 3-15pm Bonymaen v Brecon WRU Cup Final – 5-35pm Cardiff v Merthyr Monday 29 April Inclusion Festival Walking Rugby Festival – 11am Aberystwyth, Cambrian, Cardiff , Cwmbran, Pontyclun, Pontypridd Walking Rugby groups Riverside school festival – 1pm Mixed ability festival 4-30pm - 6-30pm Cardiff Chiefs, Colwyn Bay Stingrays, Dragons All Stars, Llanelli Warriors, Newtown Dragons, Swansea Gladiators International Gay Rugby match Cardiff Lions v Swansea Vikings Tues 30 April Schools Finals and Wales Women Emerging v England U18 Development WSRU Junior Group 10 a side Final – 11-30am Christ The King Cardiff v YGGG Llantrisant WSRU Intermediate Group Year 8 Final – 12-45pm Ysgol Glantaf v Ysgol Y Gwyr WSRU Intermediate Group Year 9 Final – 2-15pm Brynteg v Whitchurch


Wales Women Emerging v England U18 Talent Development Group – 6pm Weds 1 May Schools Finals WSRU Senior Group – U18s Plate Final – 11-30am Cwm Rhymni v Bro Dinefwr WSRU Senior Group – U18s Vase Final – 1-30pm Bassaleg v Bro Myrddin WSRU Senior Group – U18s Female Cup Final (10 a side) - 4-30pm (U18 Girls Qualifi ers 10am-6pm Cardiff Arms Park)


WSRU Senior Group – U18s Male Cup Final 6pm Aberdare Community School v Coleg Sir Gar Thurs 2 May Schools Finals Girls U15s National Festival – Cardiff Arms Park


WSRU Junior Group – U11s DC Thomas Final – 12noon Pontypridd Schools v Cynon Valley Schools WSRU Intermediate Group - Lawrence Miller Bowl - 1.15pm Aberavon Schools v Neath Schools WSRU Intermediate GRoup - Morgan Grifi ths Plate - 2.45pm Carmarthen Schools v Swansea Valley Schools Girls U15s National Festival Final (10 a side) – 4-30pm WSRU Intermediate Group – Dewar Shield Final – 6-15pm Cardiff Schools v Swansea Schools Fri 3 May Women’s Super Cup and girls U18 Cup fi nal (*semi-fi nals Sunday 14 April, see below semi-fi nals) Girls National Youth Final – 5-30pm Women’s Super Cup Final – 7-15pm Tickets £5, free for U16s Sat 4 May Male Youth Cup Finals and National Touch Finals (Youth Finals £5, free for u16s) National Youth Bowl Final – 10-40am Resolven v Tenby United National Youth Plate Final – 12-55pm Cardiff Quins v Penallta National Youth Cup Final – 3-10pm Cardiff Met v Morriston National Touch Finals – from 5-45pm *The Women’s Super Cup and Girls’ U18 Youth fi nalists will be decided this Sunday 14 April (home venues). Super Cup semi-fi nals: Sunday 14 April Pontyclun v Seven Sisters; Bonymaen v Swansea Youth U18 Cup semi-fi nals: Sunday 14 April Cardiff Quins v Whitland; Haverfordwest v Pencoed NB For more information or to attend any of the above events, contact Liz Jones, details below


The Cardiff Metropolitan University Cardiff 10K & 2K Fun Run aiming to hit record high


On Sunday 1 September over 9,000 runners are expected to take to the streets of the capital, for Wales’ largest 10K road race. T e 2019 Cardiff Metropolitan University Cardiff 10K & 2K Fun Run, powered by leading Welsh charity Kidney Wales has become a key event in our nations calendar, growing in numbers year on year raising an incredible amount of money in support of race organisers Kidney Wales and other good causes. What better way to take in some of the city’s most iconic landmarks! T is years route will pass some of the city’s most well known sights including City Hall, the historic Cardiff Castle and one of the most well known stadiums around T e Principality Stadium. T is scenic course is extremely fast and fl at, perfect for those competing in their fi rst 10K, or


those looking for a personal best. T ere


is something for the


entire


family, with the option of taking part in the 2K Fun Run at 9.15am prior to the main 10K race at 10am. Make sure you arrive nice and early to soak up the incredible race day atmosphere within the runners village at the Civic Centre. It’s


jam packed with entertainment


for all, refreshments and thousands of spectators which will most certainly help make this race day one to remember. Entries are now open, Prices start from £24.50 for an individual and just £6.00 for the 2K Family Run. So gather your friends, family and colleagues and register for your place now at cardiff 10k.cymru. For more race news and updates fi nd us on Facebook - Cardiff 10kCaerdydd Instagram @Cardiff 10K


or twitter &


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01685 382300 22 - Friday 19th April 2019 - Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser www.cardiffandsouthwalesadvertiser.com


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