All Blacks set up camp on the Sunshine Coast

Photo credit: allblacks.com Players are (left to right) George Bower, Rieko Ioane and Asafo Aumua.

ALL BLACKS ARE BACK FOR ROUND TWO

Photo courtesy of allblacks.com

The Sunshine Coast community turned out in big numbers at Tuesday’s open training session at Sunshine Coast Stadium, Bokarina.

The passionate fans, loud cheering and vibrant atmosphere has the All Blacks keen to come back to the Sunshine Coast Stadium for a second open training session this Friday, 9.30-11.30am.

Sunshine Coast Council Economy Portfolio Councillor Jason O’Pray said it was amazing to see the All Blacks valuing the Sunshine Coast community and hosting a second session this week for the fans.

“I’m sure there will be an even bigger turn out to see this successful team in person,” Cr O’Pray said.

All Blacks Manager Business & Operations Darren Shand said the team had a great time training in front of their fans on Tuesday, there was real energy, and the players loved the support.

“So, we thought we’d do it all again, and can’t wait to see everyone out there again on Saturday.”

When: Friday 15 October 2021, 9.30-11.30am

Where: Sunshine Coast Stadium, 31 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina

Queensland Health directives must be followed at the event including scanning the QR codes at the venue and checking in upon arrival, wearing face masks and not attending if you are unwell.

 

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