Final chance to secure Invesco Perpetual Series tickets
4 November 2008 15:01
A small number of rugby clubs still have tickets remaining for the Invesco Perpetual series.
Warren Gatland's heros have a daunting list of fixtures facing them over the next few weeks with the world champions South Africa and ex-champions New Zealand and Australia along with Canada, all coming to the Millennium Stadium hoping to lower the colours of Wales.
So if you are a rugby fan and still seeking the opportunity to see the world's biggest stars perform at the Millennium Stadium, contact one of the clubs below to book your tickets.
Barry 01446 733445
Bettws 01633 821026
Burry Port 01554 836967
Cardififf Blues 02920 302030
Carm Harlequins 01267 221874
Cwmavon 01639 792281
Furnace United 01554 712350
Gowerton 07980 561 178
London Welsh 02089402368
Mold 01352 780534
Neath 01639 637419
Ospreys 08700 400004
SW Police 02920 778147
St Peters 07811398626
Scarlets 01554 783900
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