Having recorded a 26-25 victory over Gloucester at Kingsholm last Sunday the Blues now face London Irish in the second round of the LV Cup at Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday (KO 1.45pm).
In celebration of this week's visitors London Irish, the Blues have set up their very own Irish quarter open to all fans, home and visiting.
The Irish quarter which all supporters will be able to enter via gate 7, looks set be popular with home and away fans alike with plenty of fantastic entertainment including music from 'Peel your own spuds' and Irish dancing by the O'Donnel school of dance, and of course any Irish experience wouldn't be complete without a Guinness. The Guinness bar will be open from 12pm.
The fun kicks off at the Irish quarter at 12pm with entertainment right up until just before kick off at 1.30pm.
The Blues have won three of their last four games at the Cardiff City Stadium and have won all six previous home matches they have played in the history of the Anglo-Welsh Cup.
Speaking ahead of the match Cardiff Blues Director of Rugby, David Young said, "Last Sunday's result was obviously pleasing but especially the manner of it. The players showed a great attitude and commitment. London Irish will be an equally stern test for us."
"They are positioned second in the Guinness Premiership, after a run of four wins on the trot and having won five of their seven opening matches in that tournament."
"They play an attractive brand of rugby but can mix it with the best of them when they have to as they demonstrated when they beat the reigning Heineken Cup holders Leinster over in Dublin."
Tickets for the match are still available, priced at £20 for adults and just £1 for juniors. Tickets are available online, www.cardiffblues.com/tickets by phone on 0845 345 1400 and in person at the Cardiff City Stadium ticket office.
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