Cape Town Tens

CT Tens ready to rock!

2011-01-12 13:01
Bryan Habana at last year's Cape Town Tens (File)
Cape Town - The 2011 edition of the Castle Cape Town Tens will take place from February 4-5 with the team welcome party taking place on Thursday, February 3.

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The two-day event will once again be hosted at Hamilton Rugby Club - the oldest rugby club in South Africa and a key official partner of the Castle Cape Town Tens. Over 50 local rugby teams will participate along with the popular International Legends Team.

With three playing fields and more than enough space to have a beer with your mates in the various marquees, Hamilton’s will provide the perfect venue for the third and improved Castle Cape Town Tens Rugby Tournament.

The popular British band and winning best pop/rock act at the UK Indy Awards in 2007, The Lightyears, will once again perform at the tournament. Also entertaining fans on the weekend will be popular Cape Town band, Me and Mr Brown.

Tickets are available at or at the gates, and will cost R30 for adults, R15 for students, while kids under 12 can enter for free.

For more information, visit the official Castle Cape Town Tens website.

Babes, babes and more babes at the Cape Town Tens!

A host of former international and local legends of the game relax at the Cape Town Stadium after their memorable clash in 2010.


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