One week to go until the Falcons hold their annual Flock Summer Party and Beach Touch Rugby day, with a visit from a very special guest.
Following on from yesterday’s training session the Falcons will return to Tynemouth Longsands one week today for their annual Flock beach party and touch finals day, which this year will include a special visit from the Rugby World Cup Trophy.
The event, which starts at 11am next Saturday, is open to everyone and completely free to attend, and will include a range of activities suitable for all of the family!
Not content with bouncy castles, a face painter, music and entertainment, and rugby, cricket, football and volleyball pitches, there will also be rugby coaching sessions on offer from Falcons Community Foundation coaches and your chance to cheer Flash the Falcon on in the annual mascot race.
For those who want to get into the competitive spirit for themselves there will be a kick for goal tournament and sand castle building competition, while the day will also see the finals of the Falcons’ adult touch rugby competition live at the beach.
Falcons players will be amongst those in attendance, cheering on the competitors and soaking up the sunshine in what looks set to be a fantastic, fun-filled day.
And if all that weren’t enough, the beach will also play host to the Webb Ellis Trophy as part of the 2015 Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour, giving people the opportunity to see and engage with rugby’s greatest prize.
To join the Falcons’ Junior Supporter Club the Flock, please contact email@example.com.
Alternatively, to enter a team into the adults’ touch rugby festival contact firstname.lastname@example.org.