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Rugby fans encouraged to take the bus

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Date: August 27, 2014

Rugby fans encouraged to take the bus

Rugby fans are being encouraged to take the easy travel option from Hastings to McLean Park in Napier for the Rugby Championship match on Saturday September 6th.

For the first time in 18 years the All Blacks will play a match in Hawke’s Bay, when they meet Argentina in round 3 of the Championship.

A bus leaves the Common Room in Heretaunga Street East at 6.30pm and will return following the final whistle at around 10pm.

To book your seat on the bus, contact the Hastings or Havelock North i-SITEs or phone 0800 427 8464.
To find out more go to www.visithastings.co.nz

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