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Regional guide to: Glen Willow Oval

Rugby league will return to Mudgee this weekend as the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles host the Canberra Raiders at Glen Willow Oval.

The game is Manly's second trip to the region, and they'll be hoping for a similar result as last year when they dominated the Gold Coast Titans 36-0 to start their incredible run towards the finals.

Canberra, however, come into the game with a stunning form line themselves having overcome a 22-0 deficit against the Titans to storm home and win.

It's shaping as an intriguing contest on field, and with kick-off at the family-friendly 5:30pm timeslot, this is certainly not a game to be missed for those in the region.

NRL Teams: Sea Eagles v Raiders

Match Details

Date — Saturday, April 2

Time — 3:00pm AEDT

Venue — Glen Willow Oval, Mudgee

Event Details

2:30pm — Gates Open at Glen Willow Oval

3:00pm — Mudgee Dragons v Dubbo Macquarie Raiders

5:30pm — Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v Canberra Raiders

Tickets and Stadium Info

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Getting to the Ground

Glen Willow Oval is located on the corner of Ulan Rd and Pitts Lane in Mudgee, a short trip off the highway.

Mudgee itself is around 3.5 hours from Sydney, travelling along the Great Western Highway through the Blue Mountains, or follow the Bells Line of Road to Lithgow. The turn off for Mudgee is just past Lithgow (the last traffic lights you’ll see for a while).

What's On for Fans

Sea Eagles fans can pick up all the latest merchandise with a pop-up shop in the Mudgee town centre on Friday from 1:00pm to 6:00pm.

The Sea Eagles are also inviting supporters to attend a free open public training session at Glen Willow Stadium on Friday from 3:00pm.

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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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