Cape Town Sevens tickets made available

2015-12-03 20:43
Cape Town Sevens logo (Supplied)

Cape Town - A limited number of prime tickets for Saturday play at the HSBC Cape Town Sevens have been released back into the market for public sale.

The tickets will be available for purchase online at at 09h00 on Saturday morning as well as at Computicket outlets.

The tickets are part of unused allocations made available to sponsors and other stakeholders.

“We advised the public a week ago that we expected to have tickets available for public sale once our partners had finalised their plans and that has proved to be the case,” said SARU CEO Jurie Roux.

“This is the chance for those who may have been disappointed in the first round to join in the inaugural staging of what we are hoping will become a “bucket list” occasion for rugby fans.

“Our Sevens team has been highly competitive in the Series for a number of years and, with the addition of 15-a-side Springboks such as Juan de Jongh and Francois Hougaard, we’re expecting fireworks on and off the pitch.”

The inaugural HSBC Cape Town Sevens will take place on 12 and 13 December at the Cape Town Stadium. It’s the second leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, a week after the opening tournament in Dubai (4-5 December).

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