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Ten names have been drawn for the chance to win the Suzuki Road Warrior during the halftime break at the Vodafone Warriors’ NRL season-ending clash against Parramatta at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday.

Throughout the season Vodafone Warriors members and fans have been able to enter the draw for the Road Warrior at each of the club’s home games at Mount Smart.

From the thousands of entries 10 have been randomly drawn for the next phase of the competition. Now it goes to a vote with the four highest-polling participants ultimately lining up for the sudden-death opportunity to make the Road Warrior theirs.

The 10 Vodafone Warriors members and fans still in the race are Vera Campbell, Simon Chisholm, Joe Tofilau, Sheryl Cronin, Keith Taulahi, Adam Sowerby, April Daniels-Tanuvasamanaia, Cheryl Gabriel, Wayne Grimmer and Ryan Gibson.

Voting is now open before polling closes at 2pm on Sunday (September 4).

Finalists need to get busy and share our Facebook poll with as many family and friends as they can to catch maximum votes in the race for the four grand final spots available.


All 10 finalists will be brought onto the field at halftime in Sunday’s NRL clash (about 6.40pm) to reveal the top four. The six unlucky contestants will receive a special consolation prize. 

The highest-polling finalist will be the first to pick a key out of the hat and, once all four have a key, the tension will rise as they find out who has the one key to unlock the Suzuki Road Warrior and drive it away. The three unsuccessful finalists, again, will each receive a special consolation prize. 

Make sure you’re in your seats at halftime to watch the drama unfold in the now well-established annual Road Warrior giveaway courtesy of our good friends at Suzuki.

Good luck to the last 10 people still in the hunt.

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