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Text for Tickets to 499th Stars Game

Text for Tickets to 499th Stars Game

Auckland, 31 May 2006 – Current league leaders, the GI Juice Auckland Stars basketball team are celebrating their 499th game this weekend with 499 free double passes to be given away to supporters who text STARS to 3320.

The GI Juice Auckland Stars who are currently sitting with 22 points at the top of the league table will, this weekend play against the Taranaki Mountain Airs at ASB Stadium, Kohimarama Road in Auckland on Sunday 4th June at 6pm. Tickets are also available at the gate.

Featuring star players such as Dillon Boucher, Lindsay Tait and Casey Frank, supporters can be assured of great on court action in Auckland this weekend.

ENDS

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