All Blacks head coach Ian Foster will join Brad Mooar at Parc y Scarlets this month for an exclusive insight into life at the summit of professional rugby.
On Thursday, March 12th, Parc y Scarlets will be hosting an evening with the New Zealand boss as well as the Scarlets head coach, who will link up with the All Blacks management team in the summer.
Hosted by former club captain Rupert Moon, there will be a question and answer session with Ian and Brad held in the Juno Moneta Business Club/Quinnell Lounge as well as a live auction and raffle with the chance to win some fantastic prizes.
The night will also see the official launch of the Scarlets Community Foundation — the club’s newly-formed charity arm.
The Foundation’s mission is to embrace the philosophy and values of rugby, delivering social benefit to the Scarlets community.
Scarlets Community Foundation manager Caroline Newman said: “The aim is to provide the Scarlets region with a charity that will promote our community and pursue the vision of people who live and work here.
“The Foundation will act as a fundraiser with a commitment to the future prosperity of the region and as a vehicle for promoting collective community pride. Helping to improve the lives of the regions people is our number one priority.
“It is a great privilege for me to join the Foundation and I look forward to working hard to back the charity in building opportunities that will support the development of these values within the heart of our community.”
Tickets for the evening, which starts at 7.30pm, are priced at £25 per head and include a meal (curry or cawl).
Go to www.parcyscarlets.com or telephone the Parc y Scarlets venue team on 01554 783 900 to book your place at what promises to be a great evening with two of the most respected coaches in the game.