|Sharks fans Rush to Kings Park
Durban, 14 March 2014 – Live rugby will explode into a weekend of tackle, touch and entertainment as Rugby Rush seizes the outer fields of Growth Point Kings Park Stadium from 21-23 March 2014.Durbanites are to be treated with three days where they can revel in the rush of rugby on or off the field in five exciting games; Tens rugby, Touch Rugby, Sevens Rugby, Tag Rugby and ‘Supporters Play’ whilst enjoying the best Red Bull DJs, trial bike specialists and ruggatainment!
The much loved social game of Tens Rugby will once again allow teams from across the country to battle it out for honours while the South African Touch Association’s (SATA) professional Touch rugby players dig deep for the ‘rush’ required to be selected as a member of the Springbok squad for the 2015 Touch Rugby World Cup. Tag Rugby synonymies with bridging the game’s generation gap will ensure they live up to their reputation as they host the popular game of ’Dad’s & Lads’. And, not forgetting the future stars, local senior primary rugby players will pitch themselves against Durban’s finest junior school teams, in an attempt to place the 2014 Sevens Rush trophy in their school’s trophy cabinet.
The rush of rugby will also see the tide turn for supporters play on 22 March when the Shark Tank comes alive for the Cell C Sharks first away outing for the 2014 Super Rugby season. Shark Town by Rugby Rush will give Sharks supporters the opportunity to ensure the men in black and white are supported from their home ground with the familiar ‘post game’ celebrations
all day long.
Fans are invited to the stadium’s outer fields for the live broadcasting of the game on giant screens as the Cell C Sharks show the Bulls who’s boss. DJs will keep the vibe festive while friends and family enjoy a few cold ones in true Kings Park style; a dedicated KidsRush entertainment area will also be in action to keep the younger fans entertained. Rugby Rush’s Shark Town will give Sharks supporters the opportunity to back their revered team at their home ground making ‘every game a home game’!