Supporters may be interested in the following information
regarding our next two away games.
Bedford v Jersey, Saturday February 9th, KO
Tickets: Match tickets can be purchased by
phone 0871 871 1886 (10am-4pm Monday- Thursday, 9am- 12 noon
Friday), or online at www.bedfordrugby.co.uk. Ground
admission is £18 for adults, £8 for students and £2 for under 18s,
while stand seats (including ground admission) are £22/ £10/ £10.
Online prices offer a £2.50 saving on the adult rate, but must be
booked in advance, by 11am Friday, and there is a 50p admin charge
Tickets can be purchased on the day at the Goldington Road
entrance, which can get busy at peak times.
Lunch: there is a pre-match lunch, with space
available for visiting supporters. The price is £24 per person,
excluding ground entry, but including a three-course meal (veggie/
gluten-free options available), programme, access to a raised
viewing area, and pre-match address by players. Bookings for
individuals, or tables of 8, 10 or 12 to Melissa at the club phone
number listed above or by email to email@example.com with the cut-off
day for bookings of Thursday.
Supporters' Quiz: the Bedford supporters are
hosting an event on the Friday night. If you're interested in
possibly joining a Jersey team for this event, please contact Tom Innes, JRFC Members' Rep.
Further details about our hosts are available at www.bedfordrugby.co.uk and the usual JRFC
preview to the game will be published on Thursday or Friday this
London Scottish v Jersey, Saturday March 2nd. KO
While Bedford is the most immediate fixture on the horizon, we
know many supporters are planning to attend our only London fixture
of the season at the start of next month.
Details about pre-match lunch options at London Scottish can be
found here - http://www.londonscottish.com/hospitality/matchday
while ticket details can be found here - http://www.londonscottish.com/tickets/index
If you can't get the information you need via the above links,
we suggest you call London Scottish on 020 8940 7156.
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