Blues Premiership Select will now tackle London Welsh on Saturday 16 January
S4C have announced their final two live broadcast matches in the pool stage of the British & Irish Cup. The Welsh language channel has shown one live clash per Pool round to date, showcasing the new Regional Premiership Select teams.
In Round 5, the TV cameras will be at the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park as the Blues Premiership Select XV face London Welsh on Saturday 16 January, 2.45pm (*not Sunday 17 January as previously announced) in Pool 4, while in Round 6, Eugene Cross Park, Ebbw Vale will host the Dragons Premiership Select XV v Connacht A in Pool 5.
Round 5 - Blues Premiership Select v London Welsh Saturday 16 January 2.45pm, BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park
Round 6 - Dragons Premiership Select v Connacht A . Saturday 23 January 2pm, Eugene Cross Park, Ebbw Vale
Contact the Cardiff Blues and Newport Gwent Dragons ticket offices for info and tickets for these matches.
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