Rugby World Cup Ticket Competition!September 30th, 2013
The USA and the Cook Islands will go head to head in a battle to win the ultimate Rugby League World Cup Trophy in the Memorial Stadium in Bristol on 30th October. With the event kicking off at 8pm, this event is one not to be missed and you and your friends and family should be there to experience this world-class tournament and be part of sporting history.
Aside from the exciting nations taking part, there will be plenty to witness as we showcase the best of Bristol right there on the pitch before the game. With dancing acts and community parades, there will be something for everyone during your world cup game.
Be part of history, be part of the next biggest sporting tournament happening in the UK and buy your ticket to be there.
Tickets are now on sale from £10 for adults and £5 concessions.
To find out more or buy tickets visit www.rlwc2013.com or call the 24 Hour Ticket Hotline on 0844 847 2013.
Bishopston Matters Competition! You can win the following prizes!
- Two adult tickets to watch USA v Cook Islands on Wednesday, 30 October at Memorial Stadium, Bristol. 8pm Kick-Off.
- One limited edition Bristol host city rugby ball (money can’t buy item)
- Two Rugby League World Cup 2013 beanie hats
Question: Which rugby team plays their home games at the Memorial Ground?
To be in with a chance of winning these prizes simply e-mail email@example.com or write to PO Box 337, Bristol, BS9 4W PO Box 337, Bristol, BS9 4WT with your answer, name, e-mail and or phone number before the closing date of 20/10/13
A free, pop-up exhibition on the hidden history of Rugby League in the south west is running at various locations in Bristol until Saturday, November 30. The exhibition includes details of the significant contribution of African-Caribbean players. The exhibition is currently on show at Bristol Record Office until October 3. It can then been seen at Central Library from October 5 to October 24 and then at M Shed from October 24 to November 30.Tags: Ashley Down, Bishopston, Bishopston Matters, Bristol, bristol rovers, bristol rugby, community, community parades, competition, Cook Islands, dancing, Filton Avenue, game, Gloucester Road, History, Horfield, kids, local, memorial ground, Memorial Stadium, nations, Redland, rugby, rugby league, Rugby League World Cup 2013, rugby world cup, sporting, sports, St Andrews, tournament, USA, voice Back to news