Lisa Walsh, who has been the driving force behind girls rugby in the county, said: "This event aims to help promote the game and recruit more female players into local rugby clubs.
'We would like to encourage people to come along and support the match, entrance is free. Although there will be a charity collection, monies raised will be shared between the County Girls Development programme and Breast Cancer Care."
Gloucester's community team, a number of volunteers, parents and players from the Under-17 squad have got together to make this event possible. Chloe Spruels, Captain of the Under-17's and one the volunteers said: "Playing rugby for the county has given me the opportunity to learn from highly qualified coaches and the chance to play and train alongside many talented girls with the same passion for rugby as myself.
"It is extremely exciting to be involved with a team that has the ambition to win and where every individual gives 100% in both training and when playing. I am pleased to be able help with this match and provide the opportunity for more young girls to experience the game."
Women's rugby in England is currently vibrant. England Women are the current Six Nations Champions and were the runners up in the IRB World Cup in Canada last year, but sadly through lack of funding at grass root level, the development and support of the game is left to volunteers.
Lisa added we are extremely grateful to Gloucester Rugby and their Community team in supporting this event and helping us to promote the girls game.
The match kicks off at 2.00pm. For more information contact Lisa on 01452 612 880