Match Day Programme at Growthpoint KINGS PARK
Vodacom Super Rugby: Saturday 21 February, 2015


15h30    Parking Gates Open
16h00    Turnstiles Open
16h35    Thomas More vs Pinetown
17h30    Port Natal vs Richards Bay
19h10    Cell C Sharks vs Lions


Ticket Prices

Adults: R90
Sibaya Super Stand: R60
Scholars (Scholar Benches): R50



Stadium Prohibited and Restricted Items


Kindly note that no person (with the exception of duly authorised officials) will be allowed onto the premises (”the Stadium”) or adjoining demarcated areas in the event that he/she is in possession of any of the following. Any person found in possession of the following will render themselves liable to eviction and prosecution in terms of the control of access to public premises and vehicles act 53 of 1985.


Prohibited items: (not applicable to state security, emergency services & metro police)


Firearms and ammunition, knives, weapons or sharp metal objects, explosives, tear gas, mace or similar airborne chemical agents, narcotics (unless prescribed).


Restricted items:
Glass, cans, metal receptacles, hard and/or large cooler boxes, musical instruments (eg airhorns, vuvuzelas, trumpets, drums etc), alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, items which could cause a nuisance (eg lasers, radios without ear piece, large photographic flash lights etc), items which could cause injury (eg bicycles, skateboards, sharp pointed umbrellas),hand outs which could cause a nuisance or injury, fireworks and flares, banners or flags with either vulgar, racist, sexist, discriminatory, inflammatory or offensive content, ambush marketing items, animals.


Any object which The Sharks (Pty) Ltd or their duly appointed officials may, in their discretion, deem to be dangerous, disruptive, offensive or likely to compromise safety and security at the stadium.


For any ticket inquiries for Growthpoint KINGS PARK, please contact us: Phone: (031) 3088400 or online:

Name:
Email:
Tel/Cell:
To:
Message:


Traffic Information


Please note the following parking advice and traffic changes for the matchday:


Isaiah Ntshangase Road (Walter Gilbert Road) will be closed for vehicular traffic from Masabalala Yengwa Avenue (NMR Avenue) to Umgeni Road from 17h00 - to 21h30 on matchday. However the physically challenged who park in front of the Shark Cage may enter via Umgeni Road.


Jacko Jackson Drive will be one-way from Goble Road to Masabalala Yengwa Avenue (NMR Avenue) from 12h00 until 22h30. Only parking permit holders will be permitted access.


There is no “pay on the day” parking in the immediate Growthpoint KINGS PARK precinct. However parking is available on the parking area opposite the Swimming pool entrance in Battery Beach Road.


On-street parking is available in Umgeni, Livingstone, Adrain, Windermere and Percy Osborne Roads on the west side of the stadium. Parking is also available on Snell Parade, in the vicinity of the Durban Country Club Beach Area and the Blue Lagoon and the beachfront.


Drop Off Points:
From north areas: NMR Avenue (East side) by Durban Country Club pedestrian gate. Access to the stadium from the Archery Club (Gate F). Pick-up point same area.


From city areas: Please be aware that Walter Gilbert Road will be closed to traffic at Umgeni Road; therefore, drop off point No. 1 is Umgeni Road and Walter Gilbert intersection. Drop off No 2 is Walter Gilbert Road by Virgin Active gym, entry from NMR Avenue only.


When parking your vehicle please ensure that all belongings are locked in your boot and nothing is displayed inside the vehicle.


We appeal to the public that if you are not attending the rugby, to please bypass the Stadium precinct. There will be congestion in the area. We appeal to the rugby spectators to arrive at the stadium area early, and in doing so limit the congestion.

-->

Name: Tera Mtembu
Age: 24
Height: 1.87m
Weight: 105kg
Position: Loose Forward

2014 was a watershed year for this big, ball-playing loose-forward. Named Sharks Captain for the Currie Cup campaign, he delivered consistent, outstanding performances throughout the tournament and grew decidedly as a player of worth whose contribution as player and leader was matched by his work ethic and composure.

The Shark Cage

Link to Sharkie Website


SEARCH RESULTS

close