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Win a pass to see whichever kind of football it is that the Brumbies play

By Barcham - 1 August 2013 7

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Katy Gallagher is doing publicity for the Brumbies, and calling on Canberra business to help her do so in order to win a season pass to every Brumbies home game in 2014.

Chief Minister calls on Canberra businesses and offices to show their Brumbies colours Chief Minister, Katy Gallagher, has reminded Canberra workers and businesses to get behind the Brumbies and decorate their workplaces to be in the running to win a double season pass to the Brumbies 2014 season.

“Brumbies fever is growing around our city and everyone in the ACT can get behind the team and show their support from across the ditch by decorating their workplace or business,” the Chief Minister said.

“Those who get decorating will also have the chance to cheer on the Brumbies at every home game in 2014 with a free season pass for the best Brumbies decorative effort,” the Chief Minister said.

“Simply take a photo of your decorations and send it to communicationsandengagement@act.gov.au and the best effort will win the double season pass.”

If you’re the kind of Brumbies fan that already has a lot of Blue and yellow about, might as well give it a shot.

If you do paint your office blue and gold, send us a photo too!

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7 Responses to
Win a pass to see whichever kind of football it is that the Brumbies play
johnboy 5:29 pm 01 Aug 13

Go Brumbies!

p1 5:26 pm 01 Aug 13

….and while we are sledging other codes:

– has anyone noticed how boring soccer is?
– why do they have scrums in Rugby League?
– why do gridiron players need all that body armour?
– why do Aussie Rules players always seem to be fumbling the ball?
– and so on
– and so forth.

chewy14 4:41 pm 01 Aug 13

voytek3 said :

When is it going to become illegal to call any sport that has the word “rugby” in it football?

About the same time that Soccer fans realise it’s called football because its played on foot as opposed to horseback rather than because they use their feet.*

*except for the goalkeepers
Oh and the sideline throw-ins
Oh and when they use their heads
Oh and when they use their chests. Etc

Jammer1 4:11 pm 01 Aug 13

“At around the same time that football (soccer) gets serious about players deliberately taking a dive to milk penalties or when someone can explain the offside rule in a logical manner.”

Er, one simple offside rule compared with the myriad of rugby rules that has everyone who was not born with a rugby ball in their mouth scratching their heads? Give us a break.

And as for milking penalties, how about the mysterious ailments rugby players seem to get until the trainer runs on with water (instructions) and their teammates have had a breather?

Barcham 3:43 pm 01 Aug 13

voytek3 said :

When is it going to become illegal to call any sport that has the word “rugby” in it football?

Sorry!

“Win a pass to see whichever kind of rugbyball it is that the Brumbies play”

neanderthalsis 3:33 pm 01 Aug 13

voytek3 said :

When is it going to become illegal to call any sport that has the word “rugby” in it football?

At around the same time that football (soccer) gets serious about players deliberately taking a dive to milk penalties or when someone can explain the offside rule in a logical manner.

voytek3 2:38 pm 01 Aug 13

When is it going to become illegal to call any sport that has the word “rugby” in it football?

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