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Public Transport for Week 2 Finals

Rugby League fans will have access to special transport services as Sydney plays host to two blockbuster Telstra Premiership Semi-Finals this week.

On Friday night, special bus services will be in operation from the Northern Beaches to Allianz Stadium for the match between defending Premiers Manly and North Queensland.

Buses will begin departing Warriewood from 3.55pm at regular intervals until 6.10pm. In addition, there will be some trips commencing from Dee Why, with the last service departing Dee Why at 6.40pm.

The winner of the Sea Eagles-Cowboys semi-final will tackle the Storm in Melbourne on Friday, September 21, for a place in the Telstra Premiership Grand Final on September 30.

Major event services will then be in operation on Saturday night for the clash between South Sydney and Canberra with all ticket to the game including travel to and from the match on CityRail trains, Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Bus Services, regular Sydney Buses (STA), Liverpool to Parramatta T-way buses and Sydney Ferries services.

The winner of the Rabbitohs-Raiders match will play the Bulldogs in Sydney on Saturday, September 22, for a place in the Telstra Premiership Grand Final.

For more information on available public transport services this week, visit www.131500.com.au.

Junior Pass holders who have activated their passes will also be able to gain entry to both Week 2 Telstra Premiership Finals matches.

Tickets are available for all Week 2 Telstra Premiership Finals matches through Ticketek outlets, on 132 849 or www.ticketek.com.au/nrlfinals. New Zealand customers can also call 09 307 5000 or 0800 842 538 (toll free in NZ) from 10am Tuesday, September 11.

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