Let Legendary Western Bulldogs Supporter, Gary Hincks, Watch the Footy Live !

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Government has announced bans on mass gatherings (including AFL matches). This will prevent Western Bulldogs legend, Gary Hincks, from continuing his mind-blowing match attendace record. 

Gary Hincks has been coming to watch the Western Bulldogs since he first saw them play as a 30-year-old in 1974. 

Amazingly, he has not missed a single game since - not a single Western Bulldogs match.

To clarify, that's not just Bulldogs home games that Hincks hasn't missed, it's away games, too. And to expand even further, it's not just the Dogs' away games in Melbourne, it's every Western Bulldogs match, in every Australian state and territory. 

That's over 1,000 games, and Gary Hincks has been there in person for each and every one of them. It is an utterly remarkable achievement, made all the more so by the fact that Hincks lives in Portland in western Victoria, a four-hour drive from Melbourne. 

And it gets more remarkable still, for Hincks chooses not to make that four-hour drive each week. Rather, he takes public transport, which turns his trip each way into a six-hour journey.

Please sign the petition to get the message to the AFL. Let Gary attend the game and sit in the outer (away from players, staff, media and officials) so he can continue his remarkable live attendance record!

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