An Evening with Sam Warburton,
Mold and Pwllheli RFC
AN EVENING WITH SAM WARBURTON, Welsh International Rugby Union player he also played rugby for the Cardiff Blues and was first capped for Wales in 2009. He usually played as an openside flanker but was also capable of playing at blindside. In June 2011, he was named as Wales Captain versus the Barbarians and subsequently in August 2011 was named as the Wales Captain for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. In April 2013, he was named the Lions’ Captain for the 2013 tour to Australia, and was also named as Captain for the 2017 tour to New Zealand. He is the most successful Lions captain in the history of the team, being one of just two men to captain the invitational side twice and having an undefeated record of a series win and draw. He holds the record for the most Wales caps as captain.
Both evenings were hosted by the fabulous Rupert Moon former Wales International Rugby union player, winning 24 caps. He also played for Llanelli Captaining them during their unprecedented triple success season of 1992 when they won the League and Cup, and beat then Rugby World Cup Champions Australia.
The events were held in Marquees (capacity 270 at each venue) catering supplied by Ffres Catering and Welsh Ovens.
Two wonderful, unforgettable evenings of fun, laughter and most importantly rugby – we would like to thank Sam and everyone who helped make these events a success!