THE FINAL JOURNEY TO BECOME NATIONAL CUP 2022 WINNERS BECKONS
The final journey to become BARLA Youth & Junior National Cup winners beckons on Saturday 2nd July at Featherstone Rovers RLFC when the Under 14, 16 and 18’s finals take place.
The triple header finals commence at 12 noon with an all Yorkshire affair when Hull Dockers of Hull clash with Siddal based at Halifax.
The second final is an all Lancashire clash when Leigh Miners Rangers of Leigh oppose Blackbrook Royals of St Helens at 1.30pm.
The final game in the triple header finals is at 3.00pm and another all Yorkshire affair when Dewsbury Moor of Dewsbury lock horns with West Hull of Hull.
All six sides will be competing to win their respective finals which should feature a feast of action and entertainment for all rugby league fans of the game.
As well as the compelling action on field, off field supporters attending the games will have an opportunity to see and take photos with all three rugby league World Cup trophies courtesy of RLWC 2022.
Admission on day is adults £3, Concessions £2 and Under 16’s free.
BARLA Chair Sue Taylor,
“The BARLA Youth & Junior National Cup Finals are one of our highlights of the season and we congratulate all six finalists in reaching their respective age group finals, on a road that began in January and finishes in July.
“I’m sure all finals will be tightly contested with no quarter given or taking at Featherstone Rovers RLFC who we thank for allowing us to hold them at their club.
“As well as action on the field supporters in the ground will have the opportunity to see and take photos with all three World Cups courtesy of RLWC 2022 and we thank them for allowing them to be at our finals.”
RLWC2021 kicks-off at St James’s Park, Newcastle, on Saturday 15 October
RLWC2021 will be a breakthrough moment in the tournament’s history with the men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions being staged together for the first time
The three tournaments will take place across 21 venues throughout England with all 61 games being broadcast live on the BBC
The tournament will be one of the most accessible and affordable, with ticket prices starting as low as £2.21 for concessions and more than 80% of tickets priced below £50
Fans can purchase tickets via rlwc2021.com/tickets
BARLA Media Manager