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Fans Quick to Secure Tickets for ANZ Premiership Grand Final

Fans Quick to Secure Tickets for 2019 ANZ Premiership Grand Final

24 May, 2019
Tickets to the 2019 ANZ Premiership Grand Final have been in hot demand, with the full allocation exhausted within two hours of being released to the public today.

Te Wānanga o Rauwaka Pulse will host the 2019 ANZ Premiership Grand Final at Te Rauparaha Arena in Porirua on Monday 3 June against the winner of Wednesday night’s Elimination Final between the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel and Northern Stars.

Grand Final tickets went on public sale at midday Friday and were all secured before 2pm, ensuring a capacity crowd of over 2,000.

Netball New Zealand Head of Events Kate Agnew said the demand shows the excitement building around who will take out this year’s title.

“The Pulse have received huge support from fans throughout the Central Zone all season and the Grand Final is the last chance to help lift their home side.”

The ANZ Premiership Elimination Final takes place at 7:45pm on Wednesday 29 May ahead of the Grand Final at 4:00pm on Monday 3 June, with both games LIVE on SKY Sport 1.

The Grand Final will also be simulcast LIVE and free to air on Prime for the first time.

Tickets for the Elimination Final in Invercargill are still available through TicketDirect.

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