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globalrugbyleague - Fri, 25 Jan 2008 07:42:00 GMT
NRL fans are invited to come out of hibernation as part of the biggest
public fan day in Rugby League history on Saturday, February 2.

Harvey Norman Centenary Fan Day will feature 400 players from all 16 NRL
clubs in what will be a dream day out for up to 20,000 lucky Rugby
League fans at ANZ Stadium (formerly Telstra Stadium).

It's a chance to meet NRL stars, attend coaching clinics, watch the
game's sharpshooters compete in a goalkicking contest, get autographs,
witness the largest ever NRL players photo in history and even kick the
footy with friends on ANZ Stadium itself.

"The sight of 400 first grade players together at ANZ Stadium will be an
enduring image of the game's Centenary season and fans will enjoy
watching the photo come together," NRL Chief Executive, Mr David Gallop,
said.

"The chance for families to be able to go on to the ground and kick the
footy is a rare one and I hope our fans register early and take the
opportunity to enjoy the range of activities available as the build-up
continues to the start of the Telstra Premiership."

To be part of the fun, fans must register prior to the day with entry
limited to 20,000 people. To register, log on to www.nrl.com/fanday or
ring the registration line on 02 9339 8550. An overview of activities on
the day is also on the website.

A gold coin donation to benefit Rugby League's One Community charities
will be collected on entry. Information on One Community's charity
projects is available on www.rugbyleague.com.au/onecommunity.

Club membership and merchandise marquees and registration booths for
individual activities will be open from 12pm on the day between Gates G
and H.

ANZ Stadium gates open at 1.30pm with activities running from 2.30pm-6pm
after fans witness the biggest player photo in Rugby League history,
featuring the top 400 NRL players in the game's Centenary season. - Read More, Here