How to get a ticket to the women’s women’s baseball game on Thursday night
Aussie women’s rugby league fans have found a way to see the Melbourne Storm clash against the Western Bulldogs on Thursday, despite tickets being sold out.
Key points:Melbourne’s women are in first position in the leagueThe game will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 1Melbourne Storm’s Alex Cuthbert has scored three tries in the Storm’s first three games in the AFLWMelbourne will be playing the first of three games against Western Bulldogs in the 2017 NAB Challenge CupThe Storm’s women have a 4-0 record against the Bulldogs since their first game in 2017The Storm are playing their first match in the NAB Challengers Cup and will be looking to bounce back from a loss to Sydney’s Wests Tigers in round three.
Melbourne is the reigning premiers in the competition and are playing in the second round for the first time since being eliminated from the competition in 2017.
The Storm have lost their last three games to the Bulldogs, including a 12-12 home win in round one last year.
Western Bulldogs are currently in second place in the Wests Group with a 2-1 record, one win away from the final of the NBL competition.
The Western Bulldogs are playing the Bulldogs’ home opener against St Kilda on Saturday, and the Storm are set to face the Bulldogs in round four.
Melburnians who want to attend will need to purchase tickets online or by phone.
To buy tickets, go to the Storm Ticket Office located on the ground floor of the MCG, or visit the Storm ticket office on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm.
Tickets for the Storm game are priced from $30.
Melvin Jnr has scored a try in the last three matches in the NRL, but his team is currently without a win in the two games.
The first two games were decided by two points, but the Storm have now beaten their rivals 11 times this season.
Tickets are available at the Storm box office on the second floor of Melbourne’s MCG.