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WBBL Opening Match Details

30 November 2018

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of our opening match against the Sixers this Saturday!

Key Match Details


CitiPower Centre – Junction Oval, St. Kilda
Gates Open: 10am
Match 1 – Scorchers v Hurricanes: 10.40am
Toss: 11.55am
Match 2 – Stars v Sixers: 1:50pm

Tickets


This is a free event – no ticket required!

Food


We can whet your appetite for great food as well as big hits on Saturday! Awesome food trucks like Ghost Kitchen ans Benny’s Burgers will be serving up a storm as the girls serve up the sixes! There’s also fairy floss and popcorn for your boundary line snacks.

Giveaways & Activities


First 150 people through the gate get a free WBBL T-Shirt!
Free slurpees and fairy wings for everyone!
Face painting

BOUNCE Inc


Make sure you visit the BOUNCE Inc inflatable activation. There’s trampolining and inflatable fun for kids of all ages!

Woolworths Outfield


Watch the girls in green from the comfort of the Woolie’s seating area. You can also try your hand at making your own smoothie on one of the smoothie bikes! Make your own fruit sticks and enjoy all the free fresh fruit on offer.

Rebel Inflatable Zone


Head down to the Rebel Inflatable Zone to test your bowling skills with the speed radar bowling challenge!

Fan Fun Zone


Starman and Starlet will be roaming around the ground to say hi to Stars fans throughout the day! There’s live music and performers, and a Melbourne Stars membership tent so you can join the Stars family!

Transport


The closest train station to the CitiPower Centre is Windsor station on the Sandringham line. It is a 20-minute walk to the ground form there, so we would recommend catching a tram as the stops are much closer.

The CitiPower Centre is close to several tram lines. If you’re coming from the city, you can catch either the 3/3a, 5, 16, 64 or 67 from Flinders St and get off at the Union rd/St Kilda rd stop. Otherwise, you can catch the route 96 tram and exit at the St Kilda Station/Light Rail stop. Both of these stops are a short walk to the ground.

There is very limited parking around the ground and in the surrounding area. We would highly recommend taking public transport to the Big Weekend.