Gone up 10% for 2006 - with the average crowd throughout the "hills" being 12,000 - 15,000 that's a revenue increase of potentially $24,000 - $30,000 per game OR with a 12 home match draw set, an overall increase of $288,000 (potentially) if things go to plan victory wise. Add to that a possibe home final, and club are looking at somewhere in the vicinity of $300,000+ from the battlers. I personally believe the net increase should not outweigh the average inflation rate. When you consider the beers, pies etc are already ridiculusly over priced, it would make it hard for some families to attend, with the cost of living (including petrol for those that drive) going up substantially. Again - I say this club is more about the $-, than a club like The Cowboys, where it is about the fans. Sorry guys - just my opinion. This doesn't affect ME, because $22- is nothing. But the average family that travel from Campbelltown or something???