For those lucky Ospreys supporters travelling to Pau for this weekend’s Challenge Cup match, we’ve had the following information from Pau’s fan club, Section 16e Homme, including an invitation to meet up for a glass of wine on matchday at the stadium!
“For lunch & diner, you can find many places downtown with different french food like around the Chateau de Pau. On Rue des Cordeliers, the Beanz Cafe is awesome for us because the menu is made by ladies from Australia, New Zealand and Ireland. And before or after the game, next to the stadium, La Cantine de la Section is the place to be for eat french food or drink beer. And, downtown on the Boulevard des Pyrénées, the Galway Pau is a pub with French people and from other countries. It’s 1 of the 3 bars on the Boulevard. I hope you’ll find what you want for having a good trip in our South West!!
Next Saturday, you are invited to a friendship moment with our fanclub with a glass of white wine (Jurancon) (on the Bodega on the stadium on your left after the entry)!! See you guys”
Its that time of the month again so get voting to help decide who will win the December’s OSCA. It was a mixed bag in terms of results -beating Scarlets and Stade at home should leave you with a warm feeling, but the two close away losses left travelling fans slightly cold (especially the frozen souls who braved the streets of Paris).
The OSC will be holding a quiz night on 30th January in The Pavillion, Llandarcy. Following the success of last season’s inaugural quiz in the Pavillion, we’ll be putting together a 6 Nations Special Quiz (don’t worry, the questions won’t just be about the 6 Nations competition).
Watch out for further details about times and ticket prices & we hope to see plenty of you there to pit your wits against each other!
Who will come out victorious in the battle of Ospreylia??
No Scrum No Win (also known as Club House NSNW) have invited travelling Ospreys supporters to call in for a beer this weekend. The bar comes highly recommended. Its near a selection of metro stops and there is a metro stop 5 minutes away that will take you directly to the stadium.
This year, the Ospreys Supporters Club will be donating proceeds from OSC pin badge sales to Paul’s nominated testimonial charities.
Paul has decided to support the Mind Charity as part of his Testimonial activities as mental health is something that is of great importance to him. Although there has been an increase in media exposure of the topic of late, he still feels that the level of public support and understanding of mental health has a long way to go.
Mind provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They can campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
In addition to Mind, Paul will also be supporting charities local to where his events are held during the year.
As part of Paul’s testimonial year, there will be a dinner at the Towers Hotel on 29th November with guests including Ospreys legends Shane Williams & James Hook.