A total of 463 applications, representing 148 clubs, poured in for the chance to own a top-quality scoreboard which was previously housed at the Millennium Stadium.
And all bar one of the clubs are still in the running to win a new digital scoreboard, with Wales currently on 53 points and preparing to score more when they face England at Twickenham (9 March) and Scotland in Cardiff (15 March).
WRU Head of Group Compliance Julie Paterson said: "The 'Win a Scoreboard' competition has been met with great enthusiasm from our clubs and it's great that with only two games remaining for Wales, the competition is still going strong.
"While Welsh rugby fans all over the world continue to support the boys in their upcoming RBS Six Nations fixtures, I'm sure the supporters in the Welsh rugby clubs will be watching how the scoring progresses, hoping for a victory for their own club as well as the national squad!"
The competition winner will be drawn from the correct entries and in the event of no correct admissions, the closest prediction will win.
Clubs can keep up to date with the 'Win a Scoreboard' competition and all WRU initiatives online at wru.co.uk/jointhebeat
Speaking at the launch of the competition, Millennium Stadium Manager Mark Williams said: "The fantastic big screen technology at the Millennium Stadium means that we no longer require an additional scoreboard for Welsh rugby internationals and so it makes perfect sense to offer this to WRU clubs.
"The new competition on the WRU website is a fantastic opportunity for rugby clubs to own their very own piece of Welsh rugby history and also helps the stadium to operate in a sustainable manner, keeping waste and its associated costs to a minimum at all times."
The WRU continues to implement new and exciting projects at grassroots level to ensure the sustainability of the game in Wales and directly contributed £4million to the club game in 2013.
Most recently, the WRU has linked up with St John Wales and Welsh Hearts to give club volunteers access to life-saving first aid skills and equipment. In previous seasons, the Millennium Stadium has recycled Wales' home turf at community clubs in Wales.
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