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MCG Rite of Passage

Action from MCG Rite of Passage in 2011Now in its 10th consecutive year and still as popular as ever, the MCG Rite of Passage is back!

The MCG Rite of Passage event aims to introduce children to the MCG and have access to the ground as their parents did.

This annual event on the MCG calendar also provides older generations with an opportunity to introduce and share the MCG experience with younger generations, retelling their memories of what it was like when they were young.

This year, Rite of Passage will be taking place at the MCG on Saturday May 17, 2014 prior to the Richmond v Melbourne match.

As in previous years a random, computer-generated draw will be used to select the lucky participants.

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The ballot will be conducted on Tuesday April 15 and all entrants will be advised of the outcome on Thursday April 17.

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WHAT YOU'LL GET...

A total of 550 children accompanied by their parent or guardian will receive the 2014 MCG Rite of Passage offer, which includes:

• A free child-sized football.
• Free children’s general admission entry into the MCG with the purchase of an adult ticket (child must be under 14 years of age at May 17, 2014).
MCG Rite of Passage logo• Opportunity to have a kick-to-kick on the ground prior to the game.
• Fantastic MCG Rite of Passage show bag.
• The chance to meet AFL players and team mascots.
• Access to a reserved seating area to watch Richmond v Melbourne.

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