Everything you need to know if you’re coming to the Ulster game on Saturday

Rob LloydNews

It’s the final game at Parc y Scarlets this season with Ulster the visitors. Here’s everything you need to know if you’re coming to the game.

What time is kick-off?

The match kicks off at 3.05pm.

Can I buy tickets on the day?

Yes you can. The ticket office is open from 9.00am until half-time.

Is the club shop open?

Yes, the Castore shop is open from 10am until kick-off.  Alex Craig and Archie Hughes will be in the shop from 2.30pm for photos and autographs with fans.

Where can I park?

Public parking is in Car Park B on the Trostre Park side. Cost is £5 per car on the gate. The car park gates open at 11am.

Do you accept cash in the stadium?

Yes we do, but we will not be accepting the old paper £50 and £20 notes.

When do the stadium gates open?

Hospitality can gain entry at 1.00pm. The Heart and Soul (Lolfa) Bar is also open from 12.30pm. Food will be available, a slow baked lasagne with a herb cheese crust, served with mint & garlic new potatoes (£7.95). The turnstiles and kiosks are open to the public at 2pm. The Heineken Lounge will not be open to the public as it is in use for hospitality.

Is there a bus service?

Yes, there is a shuttle bus and a park and ride in operation for this game

Here are the details

What’s on in the FSG Supporters Village?

With the village growing in popularity, we’ve made exciting changes. There’s now more space for the community clubs to showcase their rugby skills. The West Stand will be open for food and beverage with refreshments also available outside the Supporters Village, which is open from 1pm. Inside, we’ve got a DJ providing the tunes and there will be inflatable fun for our young fans. Come and say hello and grab a selfie with Scarlets players Tom Rogers, Sam Lousi, Vaea Fifita, Callum Williams, Isaac Young and Charlie Titcombe who will be at the Clwb Cochyn stand from 1.55pm. Cochyn will also be there and don’t forget to get your face painted! The Supporters Village will be closed after the match.

What’s happening before the match

Scarlets legend Ken Owens and his family will be delivering the match ball. Give Ken the ovation a great of the club deserves. The Scarlets choir will be performing in the South Stand concourse and pitchside.

What about half-time?

To celebrate our Celtic League win 20 years ago, members of that title-winning squad will be paraded during the half-time interval. They include coaches Gareth Jenkins and Nigel Davies, skipper Leigh Davies and club favourites Martyn Madden, Ian Boobyer, Simon Easterby, Tal Selley, Phil John and Garan Evans.

What about the Tanner Banc Bar?

The Bar Tanner Banc (in the East Stand) will be open pre-match at 1pm and will be open throughout the game and post match. There will be live music from Melody after the final whistle. Come along and sample a great atmosphere.  There will also be a presentation to the Baz Lewis breakthrough player of the season Teddy Leatherbarrow.

What’s happening after the final whistle?

There will be a special presentation to players who are leaving the club at the end of the season by president Derek Quinnell and chairman of the Former Players Association Roy Bergiers. Supporters will be allowed onto the pitch at full-time but please do so in an orderly fashion.

Who will be playing tag rugby at half-time?

We’ve got Ammanford U7s, Tumble U7s & U8s, Cefneithin U8s, Newtown U8s, Llanelli Wanderers U11s and Cooke U11s from Ireland showing off their skills at half-time.  Newtown RFC and the children of our players will be our official flag-bearers for this final match at the Parc.

Who are the match-day mascots?

We have four match-day mascots this week. Give a big cheer to six-year-old Cian Thomas from Ysgol y Fwrnes, brother and sister Thea (8) and Noah Morgan (6) from Ysgol y Felin and 12-year-old Dafydd Thomas from Newcastle Emlyn as they lead out the side.