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Game Day Guide: Big crowd set

Another big crowd is guaranteed for the One New Zealand Warriors’ Preseason Challenge encounter with the Dolphins at Go Media Stadium today (5.45pm kick-off).

Following on from the sell-out for last Sunday’s trial in Christchurch, all available tickets have now been sold for today’s final hit-out before the One New Zealand Warriors open their 2024 NRL campaign against the Sharks at home on March 8.

The club originally planned to have only the East and West Stands open for the clash against the Dolphins.

However, with the initial allocation exhausted through members and casual sales, 3000 tickets were released on Tuesday for the lower tier of the open South Stand. This capped capacity for the game at about 19,000.

The last of the 3000 extra tickets sold late yesterday leaving the Warriors in line to post a club record attendance for a preseason trial.

“We’re absolutely amazed and delighted with the support for our trials,” said One New Zealand Warriors CEO Cameron George.

“Selling all tickets for two trials in successive weeks is just incredible. Our thanks go out to all the supporters for the exceptional passion they’ve shown for the club.

"It’s a strong signal to our fans to become members or buy your game day tickets now so you don’t miss out on the first game against the Sharks. It’s going to be a ripper of an event.”

Click here for memberships or go to Ticketmaster for tickets.

Gate open at 3.00pm today ahead of a trial match for the One New Zealand Warriors’ New South Wales Cup squad against Counties Manukau. The NSW Cup side starts its season against the Newtown Jets at Go Media Stadium on Friday, March 8 (5.15pm kick-off) ahead of the One New Zealand Warriors’ season-opening NRL match against Cronulla Sutherland (8.00pm kick-off).

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