Auckland v Tonga NZ Residents tickets on sale now May 10, 2018

Kuo kamata hono fakatau atu ‘o e ngaahi tikite ki he tau ko ia ‘a e timi ‘Aokalani mo Tonga ki he Ipu Mann ‘a ia ‘e fakahoko i Sune ‘aho 2. Mou vakai ki he ongoongo ‘i lalo ‘i he lea ‘Ingilisi' ‘o kiliki ‘i he ngaahi halanga ‘initaneti ‘oku fokotu’u atu ai' pē ko ho’o vakai ki he tu’uaki ‘oku pulusi atu heni he Kaniva' tafa’aki to’omata’u ‘o e ongoongo’ ni, ‘o ke kiliki ai.

Tickets are now on sale for the Queen’s Birthday Weekend representative showdown between Auckland and the Tonga New Zealand Residents at Mount Smart Stadium.

In addition to the feature match, which will see the two teams play for the Mann Cup, the Auckland Maori U20 will take on the Toa Samoa Invitational U20 in a curtain-raiser to the game on Saturday, June 2.

Tickets are just $10 for adults, $6 for under-18s and seniors over-65, with children under five free. Family passes (two adults + three juniors) can be purchased for $24. All prices include booking fee.

Auckland Rugby League clubs will benefit directly from the proceeds of ticket sales, with every purchaser able to nominate a local club of their choice, or the Auckland, Samoa and Tonga Rugby League bodies, for a cash rebate.

The Mann Cup will be the first time a Tongan side has played in Auckland since Mate Ma’a Tonga’s stunning charge at the Rugby League World Cup last year, which saw a capacity crowd flock to Mount Smart Stadium for the semi-final against England.

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