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Local schools invited to B&I Cup clash

Bristol Rugby are set to invite up to 2,500 school children from across the region to Sunday's B&I Cup clash versus Doncaster Knights (2pm KO).

Schools in Bristol and the surrounding areas associated with the club's Academy and Community Foundation have been offered free tickets for the Ashton Gate fixture.

Chief Operations Officer Mark Tainton said: "Engaging with our community is a key part of the Bristol Rugby vision. We hope as many schools in the area will take up the opportunity to claim tickets and come and support the team at Ashton Gate.

"It's fantastic to see the Academy and Community Foundation working with so many young people in the region and we are looking forward to welcoming the schools to the game on Sunday."

Bristol Rugby face Doncaster Knights in round two of the B&I Cup at Ashton Gate on Sunday (2pm KO). Tickets are available online by clicking here or via Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600.

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