Kiama commuters will be the big winners under the State Government's new MyZone fare system, Premier Kristina Keneally said today.In a whistlestop tour of the region, Ms Keneally visited the Kiama Post Office, the first Kiama business to sell public transport tickets under the new scheme."A commuter travelling from Kiama to Town Hall station by train will pay $56 for a weekly ticket under MyZone - that's a saving of $13 a week,'' she said.Earlier in the day Ms Keneally visited the property of Gerringong farmer Joe Chittick to announce $59,000 to help local dairy farmers improve their waste management.Meantime Ms Keneally said her loungeroom would be a sea of red when the Hawks take on the Wildcats in the NBL grand final decider tonight."Go the Hawks,'' she said."I'm a keen basketballer and I'm very excited about Wollongong's chances tonight. "It's not just Wollongong and the Illawarra region, but all of NSW who are behind the Wollongong Hawks tonight."