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The Breakers verses Wollongong Hawks are coming to Hamilton


Next Thursday 15th September at Claudelands Arena, Hamilton!

THE SKYCITY BREAKERS with their full playing roster, including CJ Bruton, Tom Abercrombie, Dillon Boucher and Mika Vukona, will face-off against Australia’s WOLLONGONG HAWKS next Thursday 15th September in a pre-season match that promises to bring trans-Tasman rivalry to the heart of Hamilton!

Dance and cheer squads headlined by multi-talented artist Massad - who will be singing both his debut single Tear My Heart Out and his newest single Forget About Me – promise to entertain, while the Breakers resident MC Andrew Dewhurst looks after crowd participation activities.

Starting at 5.15pm the curtain raiser will be the final of the Waikato regions Secondary Schools Competition. The Semi Finalists are Hamilton Boys High v Ngaruawahia High School (played at 6pm today Thursday 8 September) and St Johns College Gold v St Pauls Collegiate (to be played at 6pm on Friday 9 September).

This Breakers v Wollongong Hawkes match is the first in a series of international games held in Hamilton next week with the Rugby World Cup All Blacks verses Japan semi-final the following day (Friday 16th September) at Waikato Stadium and Wales verses Samoa on Sunday 18 September.

Public parking will be available through Gate 4 on Brooklyn Road and a great range of food and refreshment options will be available from 5pm.

Run times -
5.00 pm Doors
5.15 pm Curtain Raiser Starts
6.55 pm Pre Match entertainment

Tickets ON SALE NOW from Ticketek– www.ticketek.co.nz or 800-TICKETEK
Full entertainment packages and if not sold out prior, door sales will be available from the arena box office on Heaphy Terrace


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