17 May 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TORONTO, ON – The Toronto Arrows are pleased to announce that the club will #RuckCancer during its match against the Glendale Raptors on May 26.
As part of the club’s partnership with the Ontario-based charity Rugby vs Cancer, the Arrows will wear special-edition #RuckCancer home jerseys for the upcoming fixture at Lamport Stadium (2 p.m. kickoff).
The game-worn jerseys will be autographed by Arrows players and auctioned off following the match. Bids will be accepted throughout the match and at the post-game social, with all raised funds going towards the Canadian Cancer Society and its goal of finding a cure for cancer in our lifetime.
The auction for the autographed jerseys will be completed at the post-game social at Williams Landing.
The Arrows (9-5-0) enter the match on a five-game winning streak, and are coming off a 28-21 win over Utah on May 12. Toronto sits third in the league standings with 48 points, and is looking to bolster its playoff chances against the sixth-place Raptors (7-4-2).
To celebrate the Rugby vs Cancer match, the club is offering a special Arrows Me Plus 3 ticket promotion for the game: for every regular price advanced ticket ($29) purchased, fans can purchase up to three additional tickets at a discounted rate* ($19).
Match tickets can be purchased at torontoarrows.com/tickets.
*Please note: the Arrows Me Plus 3 discount is applied by the customer before checking out.
About Toronto Arrows Rugby Club:
The Toronto Arrows Rugby Club is Canada’s first professional rugby union team.
Competing in Major League Rugby, the team is equipped to compete against top-tier North American club teams, providing emerging Canadian talent with enhanced and more frequent opportunities to hone their skills at an elite level.
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