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Fight For Life 2013 Line Up

Fight For Life 2013 Line Up

Join us for an entertainment extravaganza like no other, ‘Woodstock Fight for Life’ is back with a massive line-up of rugby stars taking on league’s hardest men for your entertainment, live on Saturday 14 December at The Trusts Arena, Auckland.

You are invited to host your own table at this iconic event, widely recognised as the best night out your clients will ever have.

SHANE “MOUNTAIN WARRIOR” CAMERON

The main event sees New Zealand’s own Shane “Mountain Warrior” Cameron, make his much anticipated return to the heavyweight division as he steps back into the ring for 12 x 3 minute rounds.

TEAM RUGBY

Liam Messam, Piri Weepu, Inga Tuigamala, Ben Tameifuna, plus more names to be announced

TEAM LEAGUE

Paul Gallen, Todd Carney, Sam Thaiday, Scott Prince plus more names to be announced.

Date: Saturday December 14, 2013
Time: 6pm - midnight
Venue: The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Charity Recipient: KidsCan

Be part of the legendary fever pitch atmosphere, intensity and rivalry at the best live event of the year.

Secure your tables or tickets now at:

www.ducoevents.co.nz

ENDS

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