Police call for safe fun at NRL GF
More than 83,000 passionate fans will descend on ANZ Stadiumthis Sunday to watch as the St George Illawarra Dragons and Sydney Roosters do battle for the 2010 NRL Premiership. <br><br> While the event is certainly cause for celebration, patrons are reminded to consider the comfort and safety of fellow footy fans. <br><br> To ensure patron safety before, during and after the game, South Western Region police will be patrolling ANZ Stadium and the surrounding precinct. <br><br> Assistant Commissioner Frank Mennilli said: “I want people to be able to enjoy the day with family and friends and support their team. <br><br> “But I urge them to do it responsibly as police will act quickly and decisively when faced with unlawful or antisocial behaviour.” <br><br> Ticket holders are also encouraged to take the time to plan their journey to and from ANZ Stadium. <br><br> Patrons heading to the game should: <br><br> - avoid potential traffic congestion by taking advantage of Major Event express train and bus services included with every ticket; - plan ahead at <a href="http://www.131500.com.au">www.131500.com.au</a>; - allow plenty of time and arrive early, particularly if they are driving and need to secure casual parking. <br><br> For more information, including conditions of entry, please <a href="http://www.anzstadium.com.au/News/LatestNews/NewsArticles.aspx?NewsContentId=4d94f0c8-7539-4c14-b078-86e5252cd0d9">click here</a>.