All 3 grades this Sunday

Sunday afternoon footy returns to Campbelltown!
Dan Talintyre
Tue 12 Jun 2018, 11:47 AM



Dan Talintyre
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Tue 12 Jun 2018, 11:47 AM

Rugby league fans are in for a treat in Round 15 with all three grades set to line up at Campbelltown Sports Stadium in what will be a great Sunday arvo at the footy.

Kicking off with the club’s Intrust Super Premiership team, Western Suburbs Magpies, at 11:55am, Wests Tigers Jersey Flegg side will then take on the North Sydney Bears at 1:55pm before Wests Tigers NRL side will wrap up the afternoon with a crucial clash against the Canberra Raiders at 4:00pm.

With both sides desperate to bounce back in to the winners circle after last start defeats, it’s shaping as a fascinating contest for both teams on field and a fantastic afternoon at the footy off it!

MATCH DETAILS

Date — Sunday, June 17, 2018

Time — 4:10pm AEST

Venue — Campbelltown Sports Stadium (Rose Payten Drive, Leumeah)

EVENT DETAILS

11:25am — Wests Tigers Ticket Window Opens

11:40am — Gates Open at Campbelltown Sports Stadium

11:55am — ISP, Western Suburbs Magpies vs. North Sydney Bears

1:55pm — JF, Wests Tigers vs. North Sydney Bears

4:10pm — NRL, Wests Tigers vs. Canberra Raiders
MEMBERS ONLY POST-MATCH FUNCTION

Wests Tigers Members have access to a special post-match function with the players following the game, which will take place at approximately 6:30pm AEST at Wests Campbelltown (Jacaranda/Waratah Room).

Make sure you show your 2018 membership card or proof of purchase to gain entry to the event!
GETTING TO THE GAME

Campbelltown Sports Stadium is located right next to Leumeah train station, with plenty of buses and parking available on both sides of the railway line for fans wishing to get to the game.
WHAT’S ON AT THE GAME
Join us this Sunday for a Family Fun Day! A petting zoo, jumping castle, free face painting plus loads of other entertainment and activities, it will be a great day out for the whole family.

Unrivalled Entertainment Solutions and the Wests Tigers host the first dance spectacular at Campbelltown Sports Stadium this Sunday as your Half Time Entertainment.

Nova 96.9fm join the Wests Tigers this Sunday with a HUGE activation in the Kids Zone. Please see the friendly Nova team to have your photo taken in the Nova Photobooth, play Ladder of Legends or have your very own custom made player card created!

Join the Wests Tigers as we support PCYC Campbelltown as our Match Day Charity Partner with our 50/50 raffle on match day for your chance to win half of the entire days prize pool!

Wests Tigers General Admission Campbelltown Members are invited to join us in Section 21 for Members Only GA Seating.

Keep an eye out for the Manhattan Homes Madness in Wests Tigers’ clash against the Canberra Raiders this Sunday afternoon at Campbelltown Sports Stadium!

In both halves of Sunday’s game, the Manhattan Homes Madness will see a five minute period where if Wests Tigers score a try, any Member or fan with a ticket to the the game will receive $10,000 off a new home!

The offer is valid for one month after the game so get behind the boys with the Manhattan Homes Madness!

Can’t wait for this one. We owe them.

One of the rare occasions to have all 3 grades this season.

ISP on before Flegg? Odd

the sooner this becomes the norm, the better as fans we are been robbed with only the 1 game most times. this will be like the old days, bring it on.

I hope that there will be a bumper Wests tigers crowd on Sunday. go Wests Tigers.

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the sooner this becomes the norm, the better as fans we are been robbed with only the 1 game most times. this will be like the old days, bring it on.

Yep the more people we get to this game the better chance we have of it happening more often.

I’d be disappointed if we got less than 15k. Boys deserve a near sell out

So pumped for this, pretty odd how they put ISP on before JF.

would of been better to be playing Rabbitohs if there reserve teams are playing

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So pumped for this, pretty odd how they put ISP on before JF.

The reason could be that the reserve grade may be on tv.

We’re gonna head out. Should be a good day. Bloody cold though, rug up people.

Can’t wait - Sunday at the footy!

I said in another thread - no excuses for Campbelltown: 3 games, Sunday arvo, Magpies playing, Tigers are worth watching. Need a 15000+ crowd

Busy unfortunately, would have loved to have got down for all three grades. Should be more of this. NRL need to work more closely with NSWRL to get this right.

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the sooner this becomes the norm, the better as fans we are been robbed with only the 1 game most times. this will be like the old days, bring it on.

Found it astonishing that the WT ISP team played last Saturday at Leichhardt in front of 100 people by the looks of it. It would cost the club more to open the gates than what they would have made on the day IMO. Also looks extremely amateurish having bugger all people at a game when it is on national telly, it would benefit nobody and certainly wouldn’t help attract potential sponsers.
Cannot understand why a ISP game featuring at least 1 of the clubs playing 1st grade following is not played at every NRL match. Its stupidity (but stupidity is standard for the imbeciles at NRL HQ).
Was there a ISP game at all before our match vs Cronulla last Sunday?

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the sooner this becomes the norm, the better as fans we are been robbed with only the 1 game most times. this will be like the old days, bring it on.

Found it astonishing that the WT ISP team played last Saturday at Leichhardt in front of 100 people by the looks of it. It would cost the club more to open the gates than what they would have made on the day IMO. Also looks extremely amateurish having bugger all people at a game when it is on national telly, it would benefit nobody and certainly wouldn’t help attract potential sponsers.
Cannot understand why a ISP game featuring at least 1 of the clubs playing 1st grade following is not played at every NRL match. Its stupidity (but stupidity is standard for the imbeciles at NRL HQ).
Was there a ISP game at all before our match vs Cronulla last Sunday?

No - local A Grade game but at least there was something to watch

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