By Elijah Lavett – EM TV Sports, Port Moresby
Adjustments will be made to the way the general public enter Sir John Guise Stadium ahead of this Sunday’s final home game for the season against the Burleigh Bears.
The public are being advised to buy tickets from Stop-N-Shop outlets only to avoid counterfeit tickets, as scanning devices being used this weekend have been upgraded following issues at an earlier game.
Outer stand ticket holders will gain access from the Port Moresby Inservice College, with eight queues instead of two. All main grandstand ticket holders will gain entry from the main entrance adjacent to Vision City.
Gates will open at 11am and the public are advised to get to Sir John Guise Stadium early. There will be pre-game entertainment provided to keep the fans excited ahead of what is a vital clash for the Hunters.
Tickets go on sale this Friday at all Stop-N-Shop outlets in Port Moresby for the match that will kick off at 2.30pm.