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Stadium sees red

28 Feb 2018

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Etihad Stadium has commemorated a monster six by Brad Hodge by replacing a seat in the third tier with a “Renegades red” one.

On January 22, Hodge hit a six for the first time ever into the stadium’s third tier against Adelaide’s Strikers. 

Stadium CEO Michael Green said: “Brad’s six was very impressive. It’s the first time that a ball has ever been hit into the third tier of Etihad Stadium, so understandably there’s a lot of excitement around this.”

“Brad’s pull shot to the third level was an extraordinary hit! Never before has anyone hit a six into level three of the stadium so we thought we’d commemorate Brad’s six by replacing the seat that was struck by his shot with a Renegades red seat.”

“It’s the first time we have ever changed a seat to celebrate a sportsperson’s achievements. We think it’s great for the fans as well. We are sure they’ll love to see the seat. Keep an eye out on social media for an exciting competition for those fans who end up with sitting in Brad’s seat across AFL, A-League and Big Bash.”

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