Over 50 percent of the stadium tickets for Drua vs Chiefs have been sold or allocated – Thorburn
Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment

Over 50 percent of the stadium tickets for Drua vs Chiefs have been sold or allocated – Thorburn

Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment

By Vijay Narayan
Monday 23/05/2022
Drua CEO Brian Thorburn.

A sell-out crowd is expected at Churchill Park for the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua vs Chiefs match in the final round of the Super Rugby Pacific.

Speaking at Churchill Park today, Drua CEO Brian Thorburn says over 50 percent of the stadium tickets have been sold or allocated.

All platinum tickets which cost $145 have been booked while the $95 tickets are selling very fast.

The silver and bronze tickets which cost $35 and $20 are still available.

The $20 tickets can only be purchased at the Lautoka City Council.

Thorburn says given the popularity of the Chiefs in Fiji, he does not doubt that it will be another sell-out, and they will do everything they can to safely increase capacity at the venue.

The Drua will meet the Chiefs at 3pm Saturday in Lautoka.

In other matches, Moana Pasifika will face the Force at 7.05pm tomorrow, the Crusaders will play the Reds at 7.35pm Friday, Moana Pasifika will take on the Brumbies at 7.05pm Saturday, the Waratahs will meet the Blues at 9.45pm Saturday, the Force will face the Hurricanes at 12am Sunday, and the Highlanders will play the Rebels at 4pm Sunday.

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