Giants to play the Bulldogs for the Prime Minister’s Cup

johnboy 23 April 2012

World Footy News brings word that the Greater Western Sydney Giants will turn out this week in their ACT strip at Manuka Oval to play for the Prime Minister’s Cup against her beloved Western Bulldogs.

GIANTS Chief Executive David Matthews said the GIANTS’ first match in Canberra each year would be played for the Prime Minister’s Cup and celebrate the contribution of Australian football to the nation’s capital.

“The GIANTS are delighted to be part of something we hope will become an iconic event for Canberra and I want to sincerely thank the Prime Minister Julia Gillard for supporting this concept,” Matthews said.

The GIANTS will play the Western Bulldogs at Manuka Oval this Saturday April 28 as part of a 10-year agreement with the ACT Government to play three AFL Premiership matches each year in Canberra.

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