We are able to confirm details for the arrangements of the club house this coming weekend with a huge weekend of sport in front of us. The club re-opens this week again on Thursday 24th June and we would advise that you ring as soon as they open to book your place for the Saturday showcase of rugby and football.
Friday night will be the warm up before Saturday’s main event with the Wales Under 20’s taking on their Irish counterparts with an 8pm kick off.
On Saturday we will be opening the club at 1pm in readiness for the first viewing of this years British and Irish Lions who take on Japan before embarking on their summer tour to take on World Champions South Africa, the game kicks off at 3pm.
Then we revert to the round ball and cheer on Wales in their last 16 game against Denmark where we hope Wales can find their 2016 form and take another step on the journey and remain in the tournament.
Again we are delighted to announce that we have special deals again available to our loyal supporters and are as follows, 5 points of Amstel, Stowford Press, Real Ale and Fosters for £12.50 or 5 pints of Guinness for £15. These deals are available all day but please remember you cannot mix and match the drinks.
Tables are limited and we have already had a number of bookings already so if you want to book your place the either call the club Thursday or Friday on 01267 34778 or Message them on the Carmarthen Quins Club Sports and Social Bar Facebook page where Veronica will make a note of your booking. Get in early to avoid missing out.
We will also be undertaking live 150 Club draws at the club this coming Saturday and we will advise beforehand what time these will be done. If you cannot make it then don’t worry head over to our Facebook Page where we will show the draw live. If you would like to join the 150 club where all proceeds are invested back into the club then please have a look at the Q150 Club page on this website and you can help secure the future for £10 a month.
On Sunday some of our mini and junior teams continue their return to rugby with the Under 7’s and 8’s hosting Llandovery at Abergwili (10am kick off), the under 10’s make a short journey across town to visit Carmarthen Athletic, the under 11’s in their second game of contact will host Llandovery (10.45am kick off) and the next years Under 16’s age group host Aberystwyth in a game at Abergwili with a 12.30pm kick off.
Over the next week we hope to bring you more rugby news as and when information comes from the Welsh Rugby Union and details are finalised from our perspective.