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28/10/2016 16:04
Young stars show fun and fair play at heart of Welsh rugby

The next generation of rugby stars will be showcasing the positive values at the roots of the game when they kick off tomorrow's action at Eirias with a Half A Game festival at 1pm.  More than 60 children representing four clubs will be in action before RGC 1404 host Bargoed to maintain their Principality Premiership challenge near the top of the table.  Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, Mold and Rhyl & District will play in the curtain-raiser matches to celebrate Welsh rugby's offering of guaranteed game time for all ages and abilities. The festival will follow Welsh rug.....

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