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Ballarat prepares for big sports weekend with Western Bulldogs and Melbourne Vixens | The Courier

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The Western Bulldogs’ return to Ballarat has sold out less than three hours after tickets went on sale to the general public. Just more than 8000 people will be able to attend the Doggies’ clash with the Brisbane Lions at Mars Stadium on Saturday afternoon under the 75 per cent capacity rule issued by the state government. The sell-out comes a day after Western Bulldogs CEO Ameet Bains told The Courier the club had begun negotiation talks to lock in a five-year deal to play in Ballarat. Elite football’s return also coincides with reigning Super Netball premiers the Melbourne Vixens playing two preseason games a drop punt away at the Ballarat Sports and Events Centre against the Adelaide Thunderbirds on Saturday and…



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