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Come on over tonight

18.5.2012

Come on over tonight

The message from Pontypridd RFC tonight is… “Come on over to our place!” And who knows, we might be having a party.

Ponty take on Llanelli in the crunch league tie of the season. The Premiership crown is at stake as two form teams go head to head in the Play-Off Grand Final.

A bumper crowd is expected at the House of Pain to witness the final act of the season being played out. The big game kicks off at 7:35pm and will be screened live on S4C.

The club bars at Sardis Road will be open from 5:30pm and the appeal goes out to supporters to turn up early to avoid any possible congestion at the gates.

The game will be all pay with admission priced at £15 / £10 concessions for the Grandstand and £10 / £8 concessions for the Ground.

The main Sardis Road council car park adjacent to the stadium will be kept open this evening to accommodate the additional traffic heading to the game.

There will be plenty going on around the ground, including the big Sainsbury’s raffle, and a half time parade by the successful Glyncoch RFC squad, proud holders of the Swalec Bowl.

Not to mention the main event, the winner-takes-all Premiership Play-Off Final.

Post match - whatever the result - players, supporters, officials all and sundry can raise a glass or two in celebration of another great season coming to an end.

Come on over to our place – you dare not miss out on this one!

 

 

              

 

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