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Everything you need to know about Sea Eagles-Titans match in Mudgee

Manly will play their first NRL match in Mudgee when they host Gold Coast at Glen Willow Oval on Saturday.

After breaking their losing streak with a Daly Cherry-Evans field goal against the Warriors last week, the Sea Eagles will be boosted by superstar fullback Tom Trbojevic's return from a hamstring injury.

And the Titans are fast becoming one of the most exciting teams to watch, thanks in no small part to barnstorming second-rower David Fifita, who bagged a hat-trick in the round-five win over Newcastle.

But for game attendees, there's just as much to look forward to off the field with an EISS Super activation providing many fun activities.

This clash is the first of five in the EISS Super Regional Series with other matches being held in Bathurst (round eight), Wagga (round nine), Coffs Harbour (round 12) and Tamworth (23) across the season.

Sea Eagles v Titans in Mudgee: EISS Super Regional Series game one

Where: Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex, Mudgee

When: Saturday, 17th April 

NRL kick-off: 3pm

Gates open: 12pm

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Inflatable Try Activation

Participants will be strapped to a bungee cord and will then need to run on an EISS Super inflatable to score a try under the posts.

All participants will receive an EISS Super prize with frisbees, drink bottles, stress balls and keyrings up for grabs.

NRL legend Brett Kimmorley will be at the activation all day to meet and greet fans.

YEISS Try Banners

Fans can show their support for their ide with these banners to be distributed upon entry to the stadium.

10m Giant Inflatable Ball

As seen at the NRL season launch, the 10m EISS inflatable rugby league ball will be on display


Tickets from $25* for general admission. See more here.

Acknowledgement of Country

National Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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