Hunters gear up for first home game

first_imgOpening the round three match in a restructured rugby stadium formerly known as the Lloyd Robson Oval (now the National Football Stadium), the hunters are keen for a better challenge after winning two of their away games and currently running second on the Intrust Cup ladder.The Tweed Heads, on the other hand, have won their first game and lost the second to the top team – Burleigh Bears.Seagulls will make their training for this week count before taking on the sturdy Hunter’s side this weekend.However, the Hunters are proud to host the match at their home under the well refurbished stadium, for the first time in front of their fans and family, as they promise to make this game count despite being down with some key players.Tickets for the game are now available as of this afternoon at all Stop N Shop outlets in the city.last_img read more