Rugby

Sold out signs for JWC final

2012-06-22 13:01
Newlands (File)
Cape Town - All available seating at Newlands has been sold for Friday’s IRB Junior World Championship final between South Africa and New Zealand.

Computicket has confirmed that 35 000 fans have bought tickets for the final.

It is important to note that whilst all available seats have been sold, the scholars areas and standing room areas at Newlands have not been made available for sale for the event, which has a mutually agreed signed-off capacity of 35 000 seats only. The previous IRB record for a JWC final was 22 000.

No further tickets will be available for sale at the ground and only those supporters with valid tickets will be afforded access to the stadium.

Kick-off for the final is at 18:45.
 

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