Zac Guildford to miss a month of rugby

by Staff Writer

As the inaugural expanded Super Rugby Season draws to a close with the Queensland Reds preparing to make history with their first ever Super Rugby title the International Test season draws closer and closer.

Just one week after the final whistle blows in the 2011 Super Rugby Final the Qantas Wallabies will kick start their international season - and 2011 in no ordinary year. The challenges awaiting our national team are compelling and exciting and will produce some spectacular Rugby against the best the world has to offer.

Make sure you’re part of One Team in 2011 and get behind the Qantas Wallabies as they kick-off their international campaign at ANZ Stadium on Sunday, 17 July against Samoa. The Sunday afternoon Castrol Edge Test match will be preceded by Rugby’s Ecumenical Service at 10am and the Sunday Telegraph’s Family Fan Day at 11:30am, both in Cathy Freeman Park opposite ANZ Stadium.

A week later, on Saturday 23 July, the Qantas Wallabies take on the current World Cup holders South Africa at the same venue in the first Castrol Edge Tri-Nations Test match of the year. Then, in what could be both the Bledisloe and Tri-Nations decider, the Qantas Wallabies face a showdown with their arch-enemies the All Blacks at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday, 27 August.

Nothing beats the atmosphere of live international Rugby at its mouth-watering best, and the Qantas Wallabies are promising to put on a show as they bid by year’s end to be the No.1 side in the world.

Tickets are on sale NOW for the Qantas Wallabies games against Samoa and the Springboks so make sure you’re part of One Team 2011 and pick up your tickets by clicking here.

Tickets to the final Castrol Edge Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Test match against the All Blacks on Saturday 27 August go on Sale on Tuesday 19 July via Ticketek.

Qantas Wallabies v Samoa

ANZ Stadium, Sydney, 17 July 2011

Reserved

$60.00

General Admission - Adult

$25.00

General Admission - Concession

$16.00

General Admission - Child

$13.00

General Admission – Family

$50.00**

Qantas Wallabies v South Africa

ANZ Stadium, Sydney, 23 July 2011

Platinum

$120.00

Gold

$99.00

Silver – Adult

$79.00

Silver – Concession

$51.00

Silver - Child

$40.00

Silver – Family

$158.00**

Bronze – Adult

$59.00

Bronze - Concession

$38.00

Bronze – Child

$30.00

Bronze – Family

$118.00**

** Family ticket is 2 adults & 3 children OR 1 adult, 4 children (total of 5 people)

Qantas Wallabies v New Zealand

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, 27 August 2011

TICKETS ON SALE TUESDAY 19 JULY.

Platinum

$189.00

Gold

$159.00

Silver - Adult

$119.00

Silver - Concession

$77.00

Silver - Child

$60.00

Silver - Family

$269.00 *

Bronze - Adult

$84.00

Bronze - Concession

$55.00

Bronze - Child

$42.00

Bronze - Family

$189.00 *

* Family ticket is 2 adults & 2 children OR 1 adult, 3 children (total of 4 people)

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