NRL meet and greet to be held

NRL fans will have the opportunity to meet with their favourite Queensland players, as Bundaberg Rugby League hosts a Meet & Greet with the Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys.

The countdown is on to the highly anticipated trial game between this years grand finalist, at Salter Oval on February 6, 2016.

For those wanting a more personal experience, the BRL would like to announce, a Meet & Greet , which will be held at Shalom College on Friday, February 5.

"This will give fans a chance to meet with the players from the Broncos and Cowboys, as well the opportunity for photos and autographs," Bundaberg Rugby League Chairman Mike Ireland said.

Thanks to Across The Waves Sports Club, nibbles will be incorporated in the ticket price, with drinks available to purchase at the bar.

The ticket holder will also be given a free memorabilia program, thanks to Bundaberg Rum, which will feature an autograph page, team player pictures and can be used at the trial game, the following day.

Tickets will go on sale from Thursday 17th December at a cost of $30 per adult and $25 per child under the age of fifteen.

Tickets can be purchased in house at Bundaberg Broadcasters and Across The Waves Sports Club.
The evening will run from 5:30pm through to 9pm.

There are only 800 tickets up for grabs, so we advise fans to get in quick.

"We have a capacity that we have to stick to in regards to available space in the hall, but we also want to insure everyone is given an opportunity to meet with players," Mr Ireland said.

There are also just 900 tickets left for the trial match, (General Admission Only) which can be purchased online at bundabergregion.info or over the phone on 1300 722 099.

In addition: Bundaberg Rugby League would like to announce, ABC Radio Program Grandstand will be live broadcasting the Trial Game.

Bundaberg Rugby League would like to thank it's sponsors, Bundaberg Broadcasters, Bundaberg Rum and Bundaberg Region Rising for their support.



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