South Wales Rugby Challenge

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The South Wales International Rugby festival will take place in a true hot bed of Welsh rugby. A region which has been the scene to some of Wales most famous David versus Goliath…

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The South Wales International Rugby festival will take place in a true hot bed of Welsh rugby. A region which has been the scene to some of Wales most famous David versus Goliath clashes including the famous Llanelli victories over the All blacks and Wallabies.

Whether you are looking for a rugby challenge or great weekend away with team mates, friends and family then this will certainly be the event for you. You are sure to enjoy your time on and off the field with action packed activities at your holiday village and even more action and enjoyment on the field playing against many of those teams you so rarely have the opportunity to face.

 

 

  • Date: 21st – 24th April, 2017
  • Playing Days: 22nd & 23rd
  • Location: Tenby, South Wales, UK
  • Accommodation Haven – Kiln Park & Park Dean – Pendine Sands
  • Age Groups: U7 – U13

 

Haven – Kiln Park Accommodation
  • NEW for 2016 Refurbished bar and restaurant
  • Famous Blue Flag awarded Tenby South Beach
  • Historic Tenby is just a 15 minute walk away along the beach
  • Indoor pool
  • Water slide
  • Outdoor pool
  • Water sports
  • Splash Zone
  • Kids’ clubs
  • Shows and star acts
  • Tennis Courts
  • Crazy golf
  • Mini 10-pin bowling
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Day 1

Depart via Dublin/Rosslare to Holyhead/Pembroke- Travel to South wales for and Check into accommodation. Evening of leisure in hotel

Day 2

Play in Rugby tournament against worldwide opposition. In the Evening return back to hotel for evening of leisure

Day 3

Play in Rugby tournament against worldwide opposition. In the evening return back to hotel for the evening of leisure or activities in hotel

Day 4

Travel back to Holyhead or Pembroke for return ferry crossing

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