Nov. 21, 2012
-- After disappointing results against Argentina and Samoa, Wales are tasked with the seemingly impossible challenge of beating World Champions New Zealand this weekend in a bid to halt their recent run of defeats.
The rollercoaster ride that is Welsh rugby continues this Saturday (24 November) when Wales take on the All Blacks and fans can catch all the action live on Swansea’s Big Screen in Castle Square from 5.15pm.
Cllr Nick Bradley, Swansea Council’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration, said:
“The Big Screen has proved extremely popular with visitors to the city centre this year who have been able to watch sporting highlights such as the Olympic and Paralympic Games for free. The screen always attracts large crowds for the rugby and even though Wales have lost the last two games during the Autumn Internationals hopefully they can turn it around against New Zealand.”
The Autumn Internationals culminate with a much anticipated clash against Australia on Saturday 1 December at 2.30pm, which will also be shown on Swansea’s Big Screen.
For more information about the Big Screen programme and for more events in Swansea visit http://www.swanseabayfestival.co.uk