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Additional trains to Warriors v Storm game

ARTA Media Release

22 July 2008

Additional trains to Warriors v Storm game at Mt Smart

       

On Sunday 27 July, Aucklanders heading to Mt Smart Stadium to watch the Vodafone Warriors take on the Melbourne Storm can leave the car at home and take the MAXX train to the game, which kicks off at 2.00pm.

An additional train service will operate between Britomart and Papakura to Penrose station before and after the game. Warriors fans should allow plenty of time to get to their seat, as it is a 15-minute walk from Penrose train station to the stadium.

Rugby league fans can buy their train ticket from the Papakura and Britomart Ticket Offices or on board the train. Normal train fares to and from all stations apply.

To find out more about public transport services to and from the Warriors game call MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or visit www.maxx.co.nz

To find out more about the Warriors games at Mt. Smart Stadium visit www.mtsmartstadium.co.nz

 

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