It’s the final day of action from the Under 19 World Championships at Peffermill and a superb day of medal match action is in store, with the top four places and the 2015 U19 world champions to be decided.
14 international teams have been competing at Peffermill Playing Fields, University of Edinburgh, in the first Under 19 World Championships to be held in the UK. The holders USA (who have won the trophy four years running) are favourites, with their main challenge expected to come from Australia who are perennial silver medallists. Alongside England, Canada and Ireland are likely to challenge for medals, as are the Scottish team on home soil.
The action starts today at 9.30am with the second match at 12.15pm before the final to decide the overall winners at 3pm. Will USA hold onto their title or is a surprise in store?
This is the full schedule of matches, scroll down to Saturday 1st August to se the matches taking place today. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to witness one of the fastest growing sports in the USA and Europe, a lightning fast and and skilful game that provides an excellent sporting spectacle. There will also be some ‘come and try’ sessions available. Gates open at 8.45am.
Tickets are available for each day on the gate priced at: Adults £10/Under 16s £5/Family £20 ~ family ticket allows entry for two adults and two under 16s.