Be at Hunter Stadium for the Newcastle Knights' match against the Wests Tigers for the Women in League Round on Sunday, May 17.
All three grades are in action with gates opening at 11.30am for NSW Cup to kick off at 11.45am, then NYC at 1.45pm before NRL for the Allan McMahon Shield at 4pm.
The Newcastle Knights has named an 18-man squad with Jarrod Mullen expected to stay sidelined due to a toe injury, Kurt Gidley remains in the halves with Tyrone Roberts.
Dane Gagai has been named at fullback, with Sione Mata’utia in the centres and Tyler Randell starting at hooker.
David Fa’alogo moves into the front row for Korbin Sims, who is named on an extended bench, which also includes the return of Jack Stockwell from a virus.
Game Day Information
Newcastle Knights v Wests Tigers
Round 10: Saturday May 17
Gates Open: 11.30am
NSW Cup Kick off: 11.45pm
NYC Kick off: 1.45pm
NRL Kick off: 4pm
Women in League Round
Join the Newcastle Knights to celebrate the The Harvey Norman Women in League program which celebrates and acknowledges the role women play at all levels and in all areas of the Rugby League family.
Established in 2007, the Women in League program aims to make women feel proud of their roles and contribution to the game. Over 400,000 females have a direct connection with Rugby League - whether it is as administrators, players, coaches, employees, volunteers or club members- women really are at the heart of the game.
Around the Ground
The Red Energy sponsored game day will feature the Red Energy mini leagues as well as exciting performances from the Knights cheerleaders.
The presentation of the Alan McMahon Shield to the winning captain will be made following the first grade game.
They'll be plenty of family fun with a jumping castle in the stadium precinct and facepainting and balloon sculpting on the McDonald's Family Hill.
Don't let the forecast deter from attending the match. Members can upgrade their seats based upon availability. To upgrade on match day, visit any Ticketmaster Box Office window, show a Member card and ask to be upgraded for the day. Upgrade fees apply.
Need help on match day?
The Knights Membership team will be available on match day from 11am at the Member Service Office located in the box office next to the western entrance.
Getting to Hunter Stadium
Parking is available for the full season or on a match by match basis through Ticketmaster.
• Please note: District Park will not be available for parking at this weekend's game due to wetness and forecasted rain.
The nearest train station to Hunter Stadium is Broadmeadow Station, approximately 1.5km away. Regular trains are available from Sydney and stop at stations including Central, Strathfield, Hornsby, Gosford, Wyong, Morisset and Cardiff on route to Broadmeadow. For a full list of stations and timetables visit NSW Transport.
The nearest bus stop is at Young and Turton Road, New Lambton. The following buses stop within 1km of the stadium:
Down Turton Road: 231 and 111
Down Lambton Road: 363, 230, 222 and 317
Other buses: 225, 226 and 322
For more information on bus travel and routes, please visit NSW Transport.