Wed 10 May 2017 20:35

Saturday, May  6th 2017, 11 Teams in a fun family friendly day at Old Laurentian RFC.

The tournament is intended to start with the first game  at 11 AM (so all clubs can arrive from 9-9.30am onwards if you need to warm up the limbs)

We hope the rugby can be completed by 5 PM but this will be communicated on the day if anything changes.

Games will be played 15 minutes each way with a 5min break between each game, rolling subs and no limit on squad size is the preferred format.

The intention is to use one pitch for all the games so everybody gets together to watch the games with a break in-between matches.

 When the rugby is finished there will be some presentations followed by raffle/food and live entertainment.

We may be able to bring this forward slightly dependent on rugby timings and peoples intended departure times.

Food will be available all day, with a pig roast available to all after playing is Finished.

For more information or to sign your team up please click on the documents below and print off and email back to a_mcewan1@sky.com

Download form.

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