Coach trip for semi-final YB40 away game in Hampshire (NOW FULL)
27 August 2013 15:13pm
A coach trip has been organised for Glamorgan supporters to go to the away game on Saturday 7th September against Hampshire by the official supporters. (NOW FULL)
Coaches will leave the SWALEC stadium at 8.30 with a pick up at The Holiday Inn, Newport, Junction 24 at 8.55. Price £20 and will return from Hampshire at the end of the game. Travel with the official fans and support the boys in securing their place in the final at Lord's.
For further information and to make a booking, please contact Sue Eilbeck on 07503 156608. (NOW FULL)
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