Rugby Festival this Saturday!

The evenings are drawing in, the  holidays are almost over, the kids are getting ready to go back to school and the smell of Ralgex is in the air!  It can only mean one thing…………The New Rugby Season is almost upon us!! 

The Blues first home match is September 10th v. Fylde, which will once again, see the Family Fun Day at Priory Park.  But if you can`t wait until then, this Saturday sees a 4 club Festival of Rugby at Priory Park, with The Blues competing against Caldy, Readingensians & Loughborough Students, each team playing a 40 minute game against the other 3 clubs. This will be your chance to see the Blues new signings in action, along with all your old favourites, pitting their skills against some very competitive sides. 

ENTRY IS FREE TO EVERYONE!

and weather permitting, Maggie & Barry will fire up the barbecue for you to purchase some fantastic food, and as you would expect, the bar will be open all afternoon & evening.

Come on down and see the Blues at home before the serious stuff starts……….first matches kick off at 2.00pm


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