The Blues Cup finalists for this Sunday have been confirmed.
With all age group finals to be played at the Arms Park, action kicks off at 10am and will run through until 5pm. (Admission is £1).
In the Under 10 final, Treharris take on Rumney while in the Under 11 final Aberdare face Rhiwbina.
Pontypridd duel with Cowbridge in the Under 12 final while St Albans and Rumney contest the Under 13 final.
The Under 15 final will be between Rhondda Schools and Cardiff Schools while the Under 14 final will be moved to Tuesday 2nd June (7pm) due players being on tour to Italy with the Blues.
Blues Cup Finalists Under 10
Treharris RFC V Rumney RFC Under 11
Aberdare RFC v Rhiwbina RFC Under 12 Pontypridd RFC v Cowbridge RFC Under 13
St Albans RFC v Rumney RFC Under 14 Pontypridd RFC V St Peters RFC (date to be conf0 Under 15
Rhondda Schools V Cardiff Schools
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