The Italian Job rolls on to Neath Port Talbot

The Italian Job continues on Wednesday morning when the Ospreys convoy hits Neath and Port Talbot.

Following on from Tuesday’s road-trip through Swansea in a fleet of MINI Cooper’s chased by a Polizia BMW in homage to the classic sixties movie, the Ospreys will hit the road again, with Café Di Napoli on Windsor Road the final destination, where they will serve morning commuters coffee between 8.50 and 9.45am.

While some players will be taking orders and serving, there will be additional squad members meeting customers, signing autographs and posing for pictures, while there will also be cut price tickets for the game on offer to any fans who come to see them including an incredible four tickets for £10 offer.

James Hook, Adam Jones, Paul James and Jonathan Thomas will be among the players present on the day, joined by a number of their teammates.

The convoy will head off from the Trainer MINI outlet on Carmarthen Road, Swansea along the following route:

M4 Junction 41 (Port Talbot) - B4286 (around the Tesco Roundabout) - A48 (thru roundabout) - Heilbronn Way - Water St B4286 - Afan Way - A4286 - thru roundabout) - A4241 - Victoria Road - Princess Margaret Way - Rhodfa Aur - Silver Ave - Parry Road - Wagner Road - Mozart Drive - Rhodfa Arian - Rhodfar Gorllewin - Seaway Parade - A4241 - A48 - Neath Road to Neath roundabout via Britton Ferry - A474 - Neath Abbey (past Neath Port Talbot College) - B4434 - Angel Street - Orchard St - Alford Road - Windsor Road to Cafe di Napoli.

We’d love you to join us at Café Di Napoli, but if you can’t make it there, look out for the convoy of MINI Cooper’s along this route before hand.

Thursday’s destination is Zia Nina on Dunraven Place, Bridgend, before a return to Mamma Mia in Swansea on Friday, the day before the big game.