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The Canberra Raiders will be offering a $40 family ticket this Monday night for their match against the Bulldogs at Canberra Stadium, thanks to the NRL Harvey Norman Women in League round.
The Raiders in conjunction with the NRL will be selling the $40 family ticket (Two Adults, two children under 15) at both the Eastern and Western box offices to Canberra Stadium on the day of the game only.
Fans are encouraged to get to the game early to take advantage of this offer, with gates opening at 4.30pm. The main game for the Raiders v Bulldogs kicks off at 7.00pm on Monday night, so make sure you get there nice and early and help support the Toyota Cup team from 4.45pm.
The family ticket is part of a huge night planned to help celebrate Women in League, with the Green Machine set to turn pink as they wear pink socks to help raise awareness for the Women in League's chief partner the McGrath Foundation.
Founder of the McGrath foundation Glenn McGrath will be at the game on Monday night and will talk to the fans at halftime about the fantastic work the foundation does, while pink scarves will be available for sale in the Western Forecourt of the ground for $10 with all proceeds going towards the McGrath Foundation.
There will also be a special dinner held on the night to help celebrate Women in League with limited tickets still available and these can be purchased by calling Raiders HQ on (02) 6253 3515.
For $100 you can get entry to the game in a premium seat, a delicious two course meal, unlimited beverages (Beer, Wine, soft Drink) and experience the Women in League dinner with special guests Glenn McGrath, Katie Tongue and Carrie Graf.