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The Canberra Raiders would like to congratulate Kathleen Beattie on winning the all expenses paid trip for two, including flights and accommodation, to State of Origin Game 2 in Sydney by simply 'checking-in' to the Huawei Best Seats in the House Compeition.

In addition to this fantastic prize, just by entering, Kathleen will automatically go into the draw to have her seats upgraded to sit on the Huawei Legends Lounge at a Raiders home match in 2014.

"I’m looking forward to it and I'm very excited," said Kathleen with delight. "It's such a great prize and I can't thank the Raiders and Huawei enough."

Whilst she is a vocal supporter of Raiders second rower Josh Papalii, Kathleen can not let her passion for the Blues subside and will be cheering for New South Wales with her husband Sam on Wednesday the 28th of May.

"I’m a big NSW fan and was thrilled with the win in the first game. Hopefully we can back it up again in Game 2. I’ll be going for NSW but I do hope that Josh Papalii plays well also - just not too well!"

The prizes for this competition could not go ahead without the generosity of the Raiders' fantastic sponsor, Huawei. 

Huawei's generosity and their brilliant support of the Green Machine wasn't not lost on Kathleen and the telecommunications giant may have just found themselves a new customer as a result.

"Thanks again to Huawei for this great prize, it’s incredibly generous and just goes to show how lucky the Raiders are to have such a great sponsor.

"I actually had a brain snap last night and put my phone in the washing machine so I might end up getting a Huawei smart phone now!"

The 'check-in-to-win' competition is not over yet with an all expenses paid trip for two to the NRL Grand Final in Sydney, including flights and accommodation, to be drawn on Wednesday 10 September 2014.

CLICK HERE to check-in-to-win!

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