WIN two tickets to the Adelaide Crows v Gold Coast AFL match on Sunday, June 1, courtesy of the Naracoorte Herald and the Adelaide Football Club.
All you have to do is rip off the masthead from the front page of this week's Naracoorte Herald, including the date, put it in an envelope with your name and phone number and drop it in to the Naracoorte Herald office by 9am Wednesday, May 28.
Tickets to Adelaide Crows home games are being provided by the Adelaide Football Club to give away through the Naracoorte Herald throughout 2014.
Book your tickets to the Crows v Gold Coast Suns clash on Sunday June 1 at 12.40pm now.
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 a Crows home games in season 2014! Go toafc.com.au to browse membership with Adelaide Oval match access from just $85 (Adult) and $25 (Junior).
Celebrating AFL Indigenous Round
Please ensure you get to the match early (June 1 v Gold Coast) to help celebrate AFL Indigenous Round – our first opportunity in nine years to host AFL Indigenous Round. The grand final of the Beach Energy McLeod Challenge will commence at 11am with some wonderful young talent in action. The Beach Energy McLeod Challenge is part of the Adelaide Crows’ key Indigenous programs, in partnership with Crows great Andrew McLeod.
McLeod and his wife Rachael, in partnership with the Adelaide Football Club, 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.
AFC/McLeod Indigenous programs background
The AFC, in partnership with the McLeod’s, have developed three key Indigenous programs to allow Indigenous youth access to similar opportunities 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 Beach Energy McLeod Challenge, Beach Energy Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program, and the Future Leaders Program are unique in that they focus on continued mentoring of participants from across South Australia.
Adelaide Crows Indigenous jumper
Retired Adelaide Football Club champion Andrew McLeod has designed a stunning guernsey to be worn by the Club today to celebrate AFL Indigenous Round.
The cost is $130 with proceeds being invested into the Club’s Indigenous programs. Available today at outlets or online through www.afc.com.au
Rio Carnivale Gala Ball
The clubs biggest social event for the year is coming – the Rio Carnivale Gall Ball is on Saturday 12 July at the Events Centre at West Lakes. To book call 8440 6666.
Your opportunity to socialise with the players, enjoy some fantastic entertainment and bid on some amazing auction items.
Your one-stop shop for all your Adelaide Crows merchandise needs. Just in -brand new Adelaide Crows Star Wars themed t-shirts in stock now. $30 Adult and $25 youth – don’t miss out!
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