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Hemed fan bus strikes again

A limited number of tickets can still be purchased, covering return transport and match entry, by visiting jnf.org.au/footballmatch.

Tomer Hemed trains with his Wellington Phoenix teammates. Photo: Speed Media.
Tomer Hemed trains with his Wellington Phoenix teammates. Photo: Speed Media.

FOOTBALL fans have another great opportunity to band together to cheer on Wellington Phoenix striker Tomer Hemed – the first Israeli to play in the A-League – when the Phoenix take on Adelaide United at WIN Stadium in Wollongong on Sunday, April 25.

JNF NSW – in partnership with The AJN, Hakoah, Embassy of Israel and Maccabi NSW – has organised a fan bus, departing Bondi Junction at 1pm, to reach the stadium in time for kick-off at 4pm.

A limited number of tickets can still be purchased, covering return transport and match entry, by visiting jnf.org.au/footballmatch.

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