RABODIRECT REBELS V WARATAHS– MATCH DAY INFORMATION
WHO: RaboDirect Rebels v Waratahs
WHAT: Round 15 - 2013 Super Rugby Season
WHERE: AAMI Park, Melbourne
WHEN: Friday May 24th, 2013
GATES OPEN: 5:00
CURTAIN RAISERS: Trinity College vs St. Kevin's College, and Power House Womens Sevens vs Melbourne Unicorns Womens Sevens
MAIN GAME: 7.40pm kick-off
TICKETS: Online at ticketek.com.au, or you can buy at the gate
Melbourne Park – Northern Car park and Eastern Plaza Car park (both via Entrance D Olympic Boulevard) open from 6am. $15 spaces are very limited.
Please note parking is extremely limited in the Olympic Park precinct and we strongly encourage you to take public transport if possible.
FLAG POLE COLLECTION:
Flag poles are no longer available for collection from AAMI Park however we understand that you may still need your pole to complete your flag. The poles are still available for collection from Rebels HQ at Visy Park in Carlton, should you wish to collect your pole from Visy Park – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time.
MEMBERS POST MATCH FUNCTION
Platinum and Gold Members are invited to attend the post-match function immediately after the full time siren, in Olympic Room 2 on Level 2 of the Eastern stand. Weary Dunlop Members are also invited to remain in the room and relax after the game.
You must show your 2013 Platinum or Gold Membership card to attend, and entry is open ONLY to 2013 Members. There is a cash bar available, and as capacity is limited, once the room is full, entry will be on a one-in, one-out basis. The function closes at 11pm.
Access to the post-match function is via the Gate One internal stairs, located near Aisles 2 and 3 only. Patrons will not be admitted to the post-match function via the lift or any other door into the Olympic Park Rooms.
Members with accessibility needs are able to use the corporate lifts at gate 4. Please note that due to the stadium being in egress the lifts will be operating from Level 3 and a short delay may be experienced by patrons.
MATCH DAY CHARITY
In 2011-12, Mission Australia’s 12 Victorian youth services assisted 1,222 young people and their families.
You can transform the lives of more young people by giving to Mission Australia’s coin collectors at the Rebels versus Waratahs game on Friday 24th May.
The challenge is to raise $25,000 with all proceeds supporting Victorian young people who are being trained at Mission Australia’s social enterprise restaurant, Charcoal Lane.
Mission Australia is one of RaboDirect Melbourne Rebels charity partners for the 2013 season.
CLICK HERE to read more about the good work Mission Australia are doing within the community.