19 Apr, 17:24
London Wasps have sold out of their allocation of tickets for Saturday's St George's Day Game at Twickenham
London Wasps are pleased to announce a fantastic opportunity to compete for the chance to play on the hallowed turf at Twickenham on 23rd April 2011.
We are running two Tag Rugby Festivals on the day of the match, one each for Under 7s and Under 8s, at Richmond upon Thames College which is just five minutes from the Twickenham Stadium. Additional benefits of this location include parking facilities near to the stadium.
For a price of £192, each team will get the following:
• Entry into the St Georges Cup Tag Festival
• 12 Children's Tickets in Category 3 seats
• Two Coach's Tickets in Category 3 seats
• A minimum of four games of Tag Rugby
• The opportunity to play at Half Time on the Twickenham Turf
• The opportunity to buy additional tickets at our Community Prices in Category 3 Seats
The deadline for all team entries is 7th March 2011 and the further ticket requirements deadline is 4th April 2011.
There is space for 32 teams in each festival, with eight pools of four. After the pool games, each team will be entered into either the Shield (4th Place), Bowl (3rd Place), Plate (2nd Place) and Cup (1st Place) knock-out competitions. The Cup finals will be played on the pitch at half time during the big game.
The festival will kick off at 12pm on 23rd April and will run for approximately 3 hours, which leaves plenty of time for the parents, players, coaches and supporters to soak up the atmosphere prior to kick off of the St Georges Day Game.
The St Georges Day Cup Tag Rugby Festivals are run in accordance with the RFU Continuum. When booking your team into the Festival, please be aware of the requirement within the RFU Continuum not to overplay your players.
For more information about the St Georges Cup Tag Rugby festivals, please email Ben Smiley, or complete the booking form to reserve a space for your team (please note that confirmation of your team's attendance of the Tag Festival will be required by 7th March 2010).