Match Day Info: Round 19

Wests Tigers will head up the coast this Friday night as they take on the Newcastle Knights in a match filled with significance both on and off the field with milestones, finals impact and a vital community cause all part of the Round 19 clash.

After three straight defeats, Michael Maguire's side know the importance of bouncing back against a Knights side themselves coming off a heavy defeat last week. Wests Tigers have won back-to-back matches against the home side in Newcastle and will be determined make it three in a row as they celebrate Life Member Robbie Farah's 300th first-grade appearance on Friday.

On top of that, the match will also take place as part of the annual Beanies for Brain Cancer Round — an initiative launched by Knights legend Mark Hughes through the Mark Hughes Foundation to help raise much-needed research funds.

McDonald Jones Stadium rebranded to Beanie for Brain Cancer Stadium for the game with both sides to run out for the match wearing the Mark Hughes Foundation Beanies, which are also available for purchase at the game and online.

MATCH DETAILS

Date — Friday, July 26, 2019

Time — 6:00 pm AEST

Venue — Beanie for Brain Cancer Stadium, Newcastle

EVENT DETAILS

3:45pm — Gates Open at Beanie for Brain Cancer Stadium

4:00pm — NRL Touch Football, Newcastle Knights vs New Zealand Warriors

6:00pm — NRL, Newcastle Knights vs Wests Tigers

TICKETS

Click here to get your tickets for Wests Tigers clash against the Newcastle Knights!

Match: Knights v Wests Tigers

Round 19 -

Full Time
Knights

Home Team

Knights

Scored 26 points
Wests Tigers

Away Team

Wests Tigers

Scored 28 points

Venue: McDonald Jones Stadium

Match broadcasters:

  • Foxtel
  • LIVE PASS
  • KAYO


WHAT’S ON AT THE GAME

Beanie for Brain Cancer Round

As has become customary with Beanies for Brain Cancer Round, both sets of players will run out on to the field wearing the Mark Hughes Foundation Beanies.

With a goal of $3 million raised for research, fans are urged to buy a MHF Beanie at any game throughout the week, or at Lowes and IGA stores.

Beanies can also be purchased online via markhughesfoundation.com.au.


Allan McMahon Shield

Wests Tigers and Newcastle will again play for the Allan McMahon Shield which honours the long-serving Balmain player and inaugural Knights Coach.

Wests Tigers are the current holders of the shield having won the past two matches on Newcastle's home ground by a combined scoreline of 58-28.


GETTING TO THE GAME

Free shuttle bus

A free bus services for fans will run every 15 minutes from two hours prior to kick-off from selected bus stops along the route. Return services will run for around an hour after full-time — click here for more information.

Train

The nearest train station to the 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 en- route to Broadmeadow. For a full list of stations and timetables visit NSW Transport.

Parking

Parking on game days is available only for vehicles with a pre-paid parking ticket. Pre-paid parking tickets cost $10 plus transaction fee from Ticketmaster on 136 100, online or by visiting Ticketmaster box office at McDonald Jones Stadium.

Disabled parking areas have been designated in close proximity to each of the McDonald Jones Stadium accessible entries. To purchase mobility parking please phone Ticketmaster on 136 100 or visit the Ticketmaster box office at the stadium.

Drop-off zones

If you wish to drop off a patron in the stadium's car park we do have a 10-minute loading zone. This can be accessed by entering either driveway off Turton Road.

Taxi

McDonald Jones Stadium taxi stand is located at Young Road, Broadmeadow. Taxis can be accessed after the event by following the signs to Young Road. For further information please contact Newcastle Taxis on 133 300.