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Game time correction: Cavaliers = 12 Cats = 2

It has been bought it to our attention that the game times printed in the advertisement in The Press today are incorrect. As per the original draw the Scenic Circle Hotels Canterbury Cavaliers are playing at 12:00 noon and the Tandoori Palace Canterbury Cats at 2:00pm.

Please remember our promotion for this weekend’s game… 1, 2 or 3 children get in for free with every paying adult!

Please remember that the games are also being broadcast on CTV:
Saturday 7th October 9:30-11:00pm Tandoori Palace Canterbury Cats vs North Harbour

Sunday 8th October 9:00-10:20am
9:30-11:00pm Tandoori Palace Canterbury Cats vs North Harbour
Scenic Circle Hotels Canterbury Cavaliers vs North Harbour
Canterbury A vs Horowhenua (Hatch Cup)
Scenic Circle Hotels Canterbury Cavaliers vs North Harbour

Monday 9th October 7:00-8:30pm Canterbury A vs Horowhenua (Hatch Cup)

Here’s to a Hatch Cup win and two more wins tomorrow.


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