4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
The club are pulling out all the stops to make it an action-packed day at Templeville Road with the St. Mary's Minis playing the Conettes as a curtain raiser.
It is also the annual St. Mary's College RFC Ladies Day, organised by John 'Killer' Kilbride, with all the money raised going to Action Breast Cancer.
Tickets cost €20 and include match entry and:
• Champagne Reception on arrival for all Ladies Day ticket holders
• Gift bag packed with great girly goodies! Each bag will have a specially wrapped cubic zirconia in it, but...one lucky bag will have a real diamond in it!
Very generously sponsored by www.fitzgibbonjewellery.ie, each 'diamond' will be numbered and a draw on the day will determine who wins. To see if you have the lucky bag, you must simply visit Fitzgibbon Jewellers
• Great live music all afternoon
• Complimentary finger food for all Ladies Day ticket holders
Dec Coleman's Band 'The Nuts' are playing the 7pm to 9pm slot after the match. The band plays a lot of stuff from the 1980s back to the 1960s, including Status Quo, the Beatles, Chuck Berry, the Spencer Davis Group, Jerry Lee Lewis, etc.
For tickets, please contact Marie in the office on tel: (01) 4900440 or Killer on 0877678342. Players can contact Logie.