The popular Castle Cape Town Tens, the brainchild of former Springboks Bob Skinstad and Rob Fleck, takes place on 3 and 4 February, at the Hamiltons Rugby Club in Greenpoint.
The tournament will host 192 games over four divisions, including the finals. Seventy eight teams from all over South Africa and Australia will participate in the tournament.
This year’s Castle Cape Town Tens promises to be a highlight of the rugby year and a highly enjoyable event for all spectators with an exciting music line-up, appearances from local and international rugby legends, competitions, giveaways, and a new addition of a fascinating rugby expo. Live entertainment includes the popular group Goodluck, The Graeme Watkins Project, The Light Years and Me and Mr Brown. With three rugby fields, beer and food tents, kiddies’ play areas, and a host of rugby personalities, there will be plenty for the whole family to experience, both on and off the field.
As part of the event’s objectives the City of Cape Town will transport 140 children between the ages of 7 and 12 to participate in the various rugby clinics. Rugby Tens legends will be coaching the children and teaching them the sport’s various
techniques and skills.
Hamiltons Rugby Club, Greenpoint
Friday, 3 February: Games start from 12:00
The last game starts at 19:17
Saturday, 4 February: Games start from 08:00
The last game starts at 19:40
Tickets are on sale at R70 per person via Computicket.
Children under age 12 are free.
For more information contact Kirsty Lyall on 083 450 6665/e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or
Nuhraan Davids on 084 478 4818/e-mail Nuhraan.email@example.com
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