Win four gold tickets to the Brumbies’ home match against the Sunwolves

Lachlan Roberts 29 May 2018 13

Get behind the Brumbies and help support local charities. Photo: Photox – Canberra Photography Services.

Round up the family, friends, and neighbours next Sunday (3 June) and head on down to GIO Stadium for the Brumbies 15 for 15 initiative as the Brumbies face Japanese side Sunwolves.

Brumbies Rugby hope 15,000 fans will attend their next home game and are offering a fabulous charity initiative to attract crowd support. The club will donate $5,000 each to three very deserving charities – Lifeline Canberra, OzHarvest Canberra and Give Me 5 for Kids if they get 15,000 fans to the ground.

The RiotACT has FOUR gold tickets to give away to one lucky fan thanks to our friends at Bendigo Bank – Official Community Banking Partner of the Brumbies.

To enter, answer the following question in the comments section:

Who is your favourite Brumbies player of all time and why?

Entries close at 5 pm on Thursday 31 May. A winner will be picked at random and notified on Friday 1 June.

Get behind the Brumbies and help support local charities when the Brumbies take on the Sunwolves on Sunday 3 June at GIO Stadium.

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13 Responses to Win four gold tickets to the Brumbies’ home match against the Sunwolves
Lachlan Roberts Lachlan Roberts 11:04 am 01 Jun 18

Congratulations to puggle, who has won the four tickets to Sunday afternoon’s game. Thanks to everyone for entering.

Stay tuned for the four ticket giveaway for the Brumbies’ last home match of the 2018 season against the Hurricanes on the 30th June.

canberrabornbred canberrabornbred 5:03 pm 31 May 18

Andrew Walker – entertaining on and off the field… still holds the record for the most tries in a season, alongside Joe Roff and ‘Walks’ has the best win/loss record of any Brumby… Eg, when he played, we won, and the crowds loved it.

Scrumpox Scrumpox 2:07 pm 30 May 18

Owen Finegan – the Melon was one of the world’s best No.8’s

John Flannery John Flannery 9:26 pm 29 May 18

George Gregan - foundation player, local lad, principled - legend.

Louise Perkins Louise Perkins 8:49 pm 29 May 18

Stephen Larkhem – Great player who read the play well and he is a local.

BigRed30 BigRed30 8:35 pm 29 May 18

Stephen Larkham – a brilliant player with an equally brilliant nickname!!

Kylie Louise Bailey Kylie Louise Bailey 8:01 pm 29 May 18

George Gregan - impressive on and off the field.

Darren Writer Darren Writer 7:44 pm 29 May 18

George Smith is the greatest in my opinion. Outstanding football player but an even better bloke always having plenty of time for the kids and his fans. We was a big miss for the ACT.

Dave Willcox Dave Willcox 7:35 pm 29 May 18

George Gregan - class

puggle puggle 5:10 pm 29 May 18

David Pocock’s my choice – a dynamo on the field and a good man to boot.

Kim Williams Kim Williams 4:15 pm 29 May 18

Maestro George Smith – a true rugby legend. Could read the game better than most.

Sam Leumas Doyle Sam Leumas Doyle 3:40 pm 29 May 18

Clyde Rathbone - Bloke has a huge heart and was an awesome player.

Adam Pyne Adam Pyne 3:25 pm 29 May 18

Henry Speight, He always spends time with the fans after each match home & away – he gets out and supports community rugby, he is great ambassador for the Brumbies and Wallabies!

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