Plea to get Rabbitohs on the hop Jason Avedissian 04Sep07 MANLY boss Grant Mayer fears emotional South Sydney fans will ambush their Sea Eagles counterparts in Saturday night's NRL semi-final at Brookvale Oval. Early ticket sales indicators show Rabbitohs' season ticket holders will out-number Manly fans three to one. The majority of South Sydney's 2500 season ticket holders have already snapped up seats for Saturday night's final. Rabbitohs' season ticket fans are entitled to one reserve seat per ticket, plus two general admission tickets, ensuring at least 7500 Souths supporters will be there. Mayer said with just 1200 Sea Eagles season ticket holders, Manly are facing the genuine prospect of being out-numbered. ``I'm gutted that already we are out-numbered at our own ground,'' the Sea Eagles CEO said. ``I want as many people to get tickets as possible this morning because Fortress Brookie is very important to us.'' Manly prop Jason King was stunned when told Rabbitohs fans were leading the race for tickets. ``This is what we've been striving for all year . . . a home semi,'' he said. ``On behalf of all the players, I urge all fans to purchase tickets to support the mighty Eagles.'' Supporters of both clubs yesterday inundated their official websites, calling on fans to buy tickets. ``Every ticket we buy is one less they can get,'' one Manly fan wrote. ``We need to make this a true home game for the boys. ``Get your tickets and play your part in giving the team every possible chance.'' Staunch Sea Eagles fan Michelle Bruzzano, mother of Kayla, 5, and Beau, 3, said kick-off on Saturday night can't come around quick enough for her family. ``We've been waiting a very long time for a home (semi) final so we're going to make the most of it,'' she said. ``There's going to be a great crowd there so the atmosphere should be amazing. ``Hopefully we can help get the boys over the line.'' General admission tickets go on sale from 9am today. Fans can purchase tickets through Sea Eagles headquarters at Narrabeen, or Ticketek on www.ticketek.com.au. Supporters can buy a maximum of eight tickets each.