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Author, columnist, former Wallaby

Author, columnist, former Wallaby and rugby raconteur.

Regency Duty Free are delighted to bring you Peter Fitzsimons, Friday August 4th, on the eve of the second Bledisloe Cup test at Montressor’s Function Centre, Pakuranga Rugby Club.

Graham Purvis will MC the night, which includes a buffet dinner, complimentary beverages for the first three hours and a band until midnight, all for $80 per person or $75 per person for a table of ten.

Don’t miss dinner with Peter Fitzsimons, Friday August 4th. For more information or to book your tickets, please phone Montressor’s Function Centre on 576 7928.


For more information regarding this press release please contact Nicole Harrison at Pakuranga Rugby Club on 576 7928.

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