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Raiders members attending the first home game of the season next weekend (Sunday March 23) against the Gold Coast Titans, will go into the draw to win part of $65,000 worth of prizes just by being at the game.

NRL Club Members will have the chance to win travel, accommodation and tickets to some of the game’s key marquee events including Holden State of Origin, the ANZAC test and major interstate games starting with this weekend’s ‘NRL Member’s Round’.

Members attending the games will go into a match day draw with the winners to be announced live at the venue at every game across this weekend. The best part is the competition carries into rounds three and four for teams who don’t have home games this weekend.

“This is the game’s way of saying thank you to our members on match day for supporting their clubs early in the season,” NRL Head of Commercial, Mr Paul Kind said.

“It gives club members the opportunity to travel to other matches that they may not be able to attend and be part of some of the game’s most exciting matches including the 100th Origin match and the Telstra Premiership Grand Final.

“The opportunity will be open to every member at every match this weekend. It will also be open to members whose home games are in Round’s three and four.

“So every member that attends their home game is in with a chance to win,”

The $65,000 prize pool includes;

  • 14  trips for 2 to Holden State of Origin II, Sydney
  • 2 trips for 2 to the Australia v New Zealand Test
  • 8 trips for 2 to the 100th  Holden State of Origin in Brisbane
  • 2 trips for 2 to the NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final
  • 12 trips for 2 to New Zealand for club away-matches against the Warriors
  • 2 trips for 2 to Perth for Rabbitohs Rd 13 game

Members of clubs that do not host a home game in Round 2 will still have the opportunity to win prizes across Round’s 3 and 4.

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.