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Win Tickets to the Lions Test at Eden Park!

Jonny or Stephen??

Win Tickets to the Lions Test at Eden Park!

The Official Lions Tour Superstore, based in the Viaduct Harbour, is offering two tickets to the final test in Auckland to someone who can name the starting Lions line up to the 1st Test in Christchurch.

Correct entrants all go into a draw that will take place in the Store in the week following the 1st Test. So will it be Jonny or Stephen? Mr Owen, or Mr Dallaglio, Dwayne or Matt? Entry forms are available at the 300 Sq Metre Superstore located right next to the ‘Big Boat’. The Superstore features every item of Rugby Paraphernalia any discerning Rugby Head could possibly want, especially if you are a Lions Fan!!

ENDS

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