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All invited to Force fan day

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By Force Media Unit

The Western Force will hold its annual Force Fan Day tomorrow (Saturday, 1 February) at Perry Lakes Reserve – directly opposite ‘The Home of the Western Force’ (203 Underwood Ave, Floreat).

The event will run from 9am to 11am.

The family-friendly event will feature rides, including merry-go-round, cup-and-saucer ride and bouncy castles; face painting and balloons; a petting zoo; access to the Team Store; social media photo booth, and an opportunity for supporters to meet the entire Western Force squad.

There will be giveaways on the day and those in attendance will also receive a complimentary copy of The Weekend West newspaper.

All members and supporters are welcome to attend and there is no charge for entry.

Car parking is available on Perry Lakes Reserve.

Click here for more information on the Force Fan Day.

Date - Saturday, 1 February    9am – 11am 

Time (AWST) -  9am – 11am   

Details - Force Fan Day (Perry Lakes Reserve – opposite The Home of the Western Force, 203 Underwood Ave, Floreat)

*All times are AWST unless otherwise stated.  The schedule is also subject to change at short notice.


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