Everything you need to know about this weekends Super Sapphire Trial Tribute between TheParraEels & PenrithPanthers 👇
Everything you need to know about the Super Sapphire Trial Tribute
Option 2: Print your ezytickets prior to the game – a hard copy print-off of each ezyticket will ensure that internet access isn’t required.The live zone will feature a big screen to show the trial action as well as various food stalls, bars and a Kids Zone including the EISS Super Inflatable, Telstra Premiership trophy, League Stars skills set-ups, PCYC bubble soccer, a CCC jumping castle, face painting and Oops the Clown.
ARIA award-winning artist Amy Shark will headline a free post-match concert at the live site at George Griffin Memorial Oval from 6pm.On Friday afternoon, the Fox League"Footy For Fires" OzTag match will be played, with NRL legends and Fox Sports talent to join in.
Live on Kayo Sports, Nine Now, Watch NRL and the NRL app with Telstra Live Pass.Both squads will be busy from Thursday onwards with their schedules including:Eels and Panthers players meeting with volunteers and emergency responders in Cobargo, Bemboka, Eden and Narooma;
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Event timingsOnly 3 sleeps to go! 🙏 Here's the key details and timings for the EISS Super Sapphire Trial tribute 👉 Y’all are really advertising this trial, I thought the charity shield would be the better game to advertise. 😂😂
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