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This Saturday’s clash between the South Sydney Rabbitohs and Melbourne Storm Perth’s Members Equity Stadium will go ahead despite rumours circulating suggesting the current Swine Flu issue in the game would see the match postponed.

South Sydney CEO Shane Richardson has quashed rumours on the South Sydney Official website stating this definitely not the case.

“I have spoken to the NRL, Brian Waldron at the Melbourne Storm and Members Equity Stadium, and this Saturday’s game will definitely be going ahead,”

“There have been rumours doing the rounds today that the game will be called off but I can guarantee this is not the case,” Shane is reported to have stated.

Around 10,000 tickets have been pre-sold for the clash, kicking off at 7:30pm WST (9:30pm EST) this Saturday 13 June.

Tickets are still available for purchase by clicking here or calling 136 100

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