Scottish Rugby TV is delighted to announce that all the action from RBS Finals Day at Broadwood Stadium this Saturday (19 April), will be available to watch live and free of charge on www.scottishrugby.org.
Video: Ally McClay (Glasgow Hawks) and Jack Turley (Heriot's) look ahead to the final,
Scottish Rugby will provide online live coverage of the RBS Bowl, Shield and Cup as well as the womens’ Sarah Beaney Cup.
Accompanying the live-streaming will be the commentary of Scotland’s all time highest-cap and record-points-scorer Chris Paterson, as well as Scotland Women internationalist Lindsey Smith. Joining them will be Scottish Rugby TV’s Jim Mason along with renowned commentators Bill Johnstone and Paul Mitchell.
Scottish Rugby’s Director of Commercial Operations, Communications and Public Affairs, Dominic McKay, said: “We believe that live-streaming is a fantastic initiative to give one of the biggest days in Scottish club rugby the recognition it deserves, not only here in Scotland but for fans across the globe.
“During the RBS 6 Nations, Scottish Rugby TV streamed a number of games, attracting close to 30,000 viewers during the live coverage of Scotland A v England Saxons.
“Everyone in the rugby community is excited for the RBS Finals Day and hope that all who can’t make it to Broadwood, tune in online, wherever they may be, to watch all the thrills that the event promises to provide.”
All tickets are available through each of the participating clubs who retain the proceeds from their sales. Tickets are also available for purchase on the day of the RBS Cup Finals at Broadwood Stadium.
Adult ticket price - £10
Under-18s - £5
Our picture (above) shows Ally MacLay of Glasgow Hawks and Jack Turley of Heriot's with the trophy ahead of Saturday's final