The event will be held in the Canolfan Delme Thomas on Saturday 25th June. The evening will start at 7pm kicking off with a drinks reception Sponsored by Worthington's followed by a three-course meal, live music, awards ceremony and disco until late.
With tables hosted by the Scarlets players/legends from Llanelli and Scarlets unrivalled rugby history, supporters will have a night out to remember!
The event will also look forward to an exciting 2011/2012 season where we are proud to be celebrating our 5000th game - a global landmark which makes the region the only club in the world to have played that many games.
The evening will be attended by all the Scarlets players, including internationals, and coaching squad as the Scarlets reveal the winner of the 'Player of the Year Award' voted for by supporters in association with Worthington's along with the winner of the 'Young Player of the Season' in association with the Llanelli Star/Evening Post.
Look out for more details on how you can vote in next week's papers.
Tickets for the 'Scarlets End of Season Extravaganza' are on sale now priced just £30.00 per person plus VAT and can be booked by calling Julie David on 07970 601582 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Award categories this year will include:
- Worthington's Player of the Year
- Oscar of the Season (for the best performance in a Scarlets viral)
- Players' player of the Year
- Scarlets Most Promising Young Player of the Year
Scarlets Commercial Director Rupert Moon said: "We wanted to mark the end of a thrilling season at heart and soul rugby country and open an even more exciting season ahead in 2011/12 as we celebrate the season of our 5000th game - a landmark not yet reached by any other club in world rugby!
"We have always celebrated our wonderful heritage but this forthcoming season will underpin our great history and give us a season-long opportunity to show our respect for some of the names that have made Llanelli and the Scarlets great and live in the memory.
"Our end of season event is a celebration of the whole region, its commitment to develop exciting Welsh talent and to highlight achievements from U16s up including a great win by Llanelli RFC in the league.