Titans challenge supporters at family fun day!
Rotherham Titans are hosting a special family fun-day event at Clifton Lane on Saturday 29th June and all our supporters are welcome to attend with their family and friends.
As part of the special event, supporters will have the exciting and unique opportunity to take on the Titans in a game of touch rugby!!!
The family day will give supporters the opportunity to mix and get to know the new and old players ahead of the 2013/14 season.
The day will start at 9am with an open training session for the Titans on Herringthorpe, led by Head Coach Lee Blackett. At 10am the session will finish and the unique and exciting opportunity for supporters to play against the Titans will commence.
Any supporters who wish to take part in the touch rugby match against the Titans should arrive at Herringthorpe no later than 9:45am. Lee Blackett will arrange the teams with players and supporters, with other players refereeing the match or matches (depending on the number of supporter’s whishing to take part). Supporters from aged 7 to 70 are welcome to take part and Lee will arranged the games accordingly; the footwear recommended for participants is trainers.
Following this great opportunity for fans, at around 10:30am the playing squad will adjourn back into the clubhouse to watch, with supporters, the 2nd Test match between the British & Irish Lions v Australia. During the half time break there will be a short Q&A session, where Head Coach Lee Blackett and Forwards Coach Ed Williamson will field questions from supporters.
On Clifton Lane there will be a bouncy castle and face painting opportunities for the children and subject to the weather, there will also be a barbecue. Food will also be available from the bar, including full English breakfast’s.
Commenting on the event Titans Lee Blackett said, “The day should be very special, I hope the supporters and their families come along in numbers and take part in the rugby and get to know the players. This is Rotherham Rugby Club, we are one big family here and I want players and supporters to have a great rapport, as it should be I believe.”
So, please don’t miss out on this unique event, mark the day in your calendar and bring the family along to meet the players and let the kids bounce away on the field and have their faces painted.