On December 5th, Welsh fans will have a chance to take a look at the future as an Under 21 Welsh President's XV takes on Nike New Zealand at Cardiff Arms Park.
The Welsh Under 21 Grandslam champions, who produced World Cup stars like Huw Bennett and Jonathan Thomas from their Six Nations winning side, will be in action representing the best in the Northern Hemisphere against the current Under 21 Southern Hemisphere champions; New Zealand.
It is New Zealand's final tour match before heading home and should be a great rugby occasion.
For ticket information contact Cardiff Arms Park on 029 2030 2000 or pay on the night. Kick Off 7.15pm.
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