Watch the Rabbitohs squad train

SOUTH Sydney supporters will be getting more for their Rabbitoh buck this weekend.

While many members of the local cardinal and myrtle army are looking forward to attending Saturday night’s NRL trial match at BCU International Stadium against Gold Coast, the Rabbitohs are offering fans an extra chance to watch them live.

Souths will be holding an hour-long open training session on Friday night starting from 6.00pm and the club is inviting everyone to come along.

The session will also be held at the Stadium and will give Coffs Coast residents a chance to fill their autograph books with the members of the current squad.

The Rabbitohs will be putting their training into action against the Titans the following day.

The trial match which is expected to see a healthy crowd attend will kickoff at 7.00pm with gates open at 4pm for pre-match events.

Tickets to the outer ground are selling for $15 each while children aged six to 14 or concession card holders can grab a spot on the hill for $10. Family tickets for two adults and two kids are selling for $40.

Diverting traffic away from the Stadium quickly on Saturday night is an issue that Coffs Harbour City Council has taken into consideration.

Bus services are also on offer for fans to get home from the Stadium after the match.

Two NightRider buses will be leaving the Stadium at 9pm. Passengers will be asked for a gold coin donation.

The southbound bus will go to Sawtell, Toormina and Boambee, stopping at local bus stops, while a northbound bus will also go to Woolgoolga via the CBD and east Coffs, stopping at local stops and resorts.

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