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Renegades launch membership campaign

08 October 2018

The Melbourne Renegades have their sights set on a new BBL membership record as the club officially launches its membership campaign for the upcoming BBL and WBBL seasons.

The club signed 10,808 members last season – a league record – and are hoping to improve on that mark this year.

“There has never been a better time to be a Renegades member with the additional matches this season. From a value for money perspective, you can plan your summer of BBL and WBBL cricket with us,” Renegades CEO Stuart Coventry said.

“With the signings of Dan Christian, Cameron Boyce and Danni Wyatt we’ve added some exciting talent to our squads and we’re confident our BBL and WBBL line-ups will take it up to the competition.

“The unique activations that have become synonymous with Renegades matches will again be a feature of our games with members able to enjoy our FMX Motocross riders, leading music acts and some of the best in-stadium entertainment you can experience in the country.”

The Renegades will host five BBL matches at Marvel Stadium and two at GMHBA Stadium.

The club will host three double-headers (one at Marvel Stadium and two at GMHBA Stadium), with the WBBL side also playing games at the CitiPower Centre in St Kilda and Ballarat.

“It all starts off with a bumper weekend of WBBL cricket at the CitiPower Centre, that will culminate in our opening match on Sunday December 2,” Coventry said.

“As a club we’ve worked pretty hard to give our members great opportunities to be involved with their club on and off the field. We play 28 games in just over two months so there will be plenty of opportunities to see the Renegades in action whether it be from on the hill at the CitiPower Centre or catching sixes at Marvel Stadium, in Geelong, or in Ballarat.

“Our membership packages will ensure fans can get the as much value as possible throughout the season.”

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