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GWM Game Day Guide: Another home sellout

It’s four out of four NRL home game sellouts this season with members and fans again giving the One New Zealand Warriors a capacity crowd to play in front of when they face the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in Saturday’s sixth-round clash at Go Media Stadium (5.00pm kick-off; match day sponsor: flava).

The latest sold-out sign went up after the remaining few tickets were snapped up within hours of the Warriors’ compelling 34-4 win over the Rabbitohs on Saturday.

That rounds out a perfect start to the season which started with all available tickets being sold for the Preseason Challenge matches at Apollo Projects Stadium in Christchurch and at Go Media Stadium in February.

That flowed into the ticket supply being exhausted for the round one match against Cronulla Sutherland, round three against Canberra in Christchurch, round four against the Knights back in Auckland and now this Saturday’s contest.

The crowd attendances for the first two NRL matches in Auckland were 24,076 and 24,112 with a jam-packed crowd of 17,249 witnessing the 18-10 win over the Raiders in Christchurch.

This Saturday's football fare is the same as it was for the Newcastle game day with another tripleheader stacked up.

After gates open at 12.30pm, first up is a Jersey Flegg Cup (under-21) clash against the Sea Eagles at 12.45pm followed by the New South Wales Cup match against the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles at 2.40pm and then the NRL battle at 5.00pm with the One New Zealand Warriors sitting sixth going into the match with the Sea Eagles seventh.

Built around the football is a feast of attractions in the GWM Fan Zone at the northern end of the ground as well as the Shapes FunZone near Gate B.

Match day sponsor will be pumping out sounds throughout the day and will stage the Flava $1000 Giant Ball Race at halftime alongside other popular halftime activities like the Flava T Shirt Cannon and Pukana Cam.

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