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Free entry for ADF Service men and women, past and present for upcoming Kings clash

  
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18/04/2017
By NSW Waratahs Media unit


In commemoration of the upcoming ANZAC Day, we’d like to offer all our Service men and women, past and present, plus their families, free entry into the game.

NSW Waratahs CEO Andrew Hore looks forward to welcoming ADF officials to the game on Friday night.

 

“The sport has strong ties to the ANZAC memory, and frankly we would not be here if not for their brave efforts”, said Hore. “Our doors are open to all current and past ADF Service men and women – families included”.

 

The upcoming fixture between the NSW Waratahs and the Southern Kings will play host to this special offer, Friday April 21st; kick-off is at 7:40PM AEST at Allianz Stadium.

To gain entry for yourself and your family, please present your Defence Force Identification, RSL Member’s Card of a printed out copy of the passes you will have received electronically.

For more information regarding seating, please click on the following link:

http://www.waratahs.com.au/Waratahs/MatchDay/MatchDayInfo.aspx

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