COMPETITION CLOSED| LOVE the Adelaide Crows? Then you'd love to spend Easter watching them live, right?
The Herald has a double pass to give away to the Adelaide Crows' next home game at Adelaide Oval at 12.40pm on Sunday, April 20.
The Crows will take on Greater Western Sydney in a must-win game if they're to keep their season alive.
If you want to be there, simply comment at the bottom of this story, or drop your name and contact details in to the Herald office by 12 noon Monday.
Tickets for Adelaide Crows matches at Adelaide Oval
Spend Easter in Adelaide and bring your family to see AFL at Adelaide Oval. The Crows take on the GWS Giants at 12.40pm on Sunday 20 April.
A limited number of daily tickets to Crows home matches at Adelaide Oval are available to the general public each home match.
Public tickets will go on-sale after Club members are given the opportunity to purchase within a priority period, approximately four weeks prior to each match.
Tickets are available by phoning 132 849 or at a Ticketek outlet or online through www.afc.com.au
Members will require their 12 digit barcode number (see rear of membership card) and may purchase up to four ticket in one transaction during the member priority period.
With only limited public tickets available, don't miss out on Crows home games in season 2014! Go to afc.com.au to browse membership with Adelaide Oval match access from just $85 (Adult) and $25 (Junior).
Your one-stop shop for Crows merchandise. 19th man flags ($15) and inaugural Adelaide Oval season t-shirts ( $30) in stock now atafc.com.au
The Adelaide Football Club has joined the peoples’ movement to RECOGNISE Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our country’s Constitution.
Led by Club legend Andrew McLeod, the team recently proudly donned the distinctive “R” tshirts and pledged their support for the Recognise cause as the nation prepares for a coming referendum.
The stance on Recognise coincides with Andrew and Rachael McLeod running the first Beach Energy Aboriginal Youth Leadership & Governance Programs camp for the year.
The camp is a key part of the AFC/McLeod Indigenous programs.
“When you are a well-known footy player, recognition happens to you a lot,” McLeod said.
“But our country’s Constitution hasn’t yet recognised the 40,000-plus years of Australia’s history and the people who forged that impressive part of our shared story.
“And it still has parts that allow race discrimination, which don’t reflect our ‘best and fairest’ ideals as a country. So we’ve all got a responsibility to fix that.
“I encourage everyone to support Recognise – by declaring your support for recognition, you have already taken Australia a step closer to that goal.”
180,000 Australians are now part of the movement to recognise the first Australians in our Constitution and remove discrimination from it.
People can show their support by signing up atwww.recognise.org.au
AFC/McLeod Indigenous programs
The Adelaide Crows, in partnership with Andrew McLeod and wife Rachael, have developed three key Indigenous programs to allow youth access to similar opportunities that Crows great McLeod experienced during his career.
The programs use sport and mentoring to engage and educate Aboriginals youths, providing them with the experience, skills and knowledge required to seek
independence, self-determination and the individual capacity to achieve their goals.
The Andrew McLeod Challenge, Aboriginal Youth Leadership and Governance Program supported by Beach Energy, and the Future Leaders Program are unique in that they focus on continued mentoring of participants from across South Australia.
Adelaide Oval Footy Express Regional Services
Adelaide Oval Footy Express Regional Services will operate from various South Australian locations to Adelaide Oval, dropping off and picking up passengers on Montefiore Road, near War Memorial Drive. Regional bus services are not included in the cost of your ticket to the game. For further information visitadelaidemetro.com.au.