Showdown XXXVII surging towards sellout

Written By malwan milad on Selasa, 03 Juni 2014 | 12.50

Port Adelaide were expected to smash Melbourne today but it proved to be a much closer contest.

Adelaide AFL forward Taylor Walker kicked five goals as the Crows eclipsed Gold Coast by 32 points.

The first bounce at Adelaide Oval earlier in the year. Matthew Lobbe goes up against Sam Jacobs. Picture: Sarah Reed. Source: News Corp Australia

ADELAIDE will hold back 1000 tickets — all standing room — for the public to Showdown XXXVII on Sunday, June 29.

These tickets will be available to the public from 9am Wednesday at Ticketek agencies.

RICCIUTO: CROWS, POWER GETTING RAW DEAL AT OVAL

The Crows, the hosts of the second derby at Adelaide Oval, on Tuesday released as many as 2500 tickets to Port Adelaide members. These can be bought by Power members until 6pm Tuesday.

The rush on Showdown tickets is expected to have the game sold-out as soon as noon on Wednesday. The Oval's capacity is 53,500 with 3500 standing room positions.

Adelaide also is closing in on its target of 60,000 members. The Crows on Monday removed the membership counter from its website to declare an exciting announcement was imminent.

Port Adelaide's membership target of 50,000 has been shattered with 54,120 members now listed at Alberton.

Lewis Johnston in hot pursuit of Brad Ebert. Picture: Sarah Reed. Source: News Corp Australia


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