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Vitality Netball Super League

Team Bath Netball’s Vitality Superleague home match against UWS Sirens on Friday (March 2) has been postponed.

Heavy snowfall and the subsequent travel disruption has meant that it is not safe for Sirens, who are based in Glasgow, to make the journey to the South West. The University of Bath Sports Training Village is also closed from 1.30pm today (Thursday) following an amber weather warning from the Met Office.

A rearranged date for the fixture will be announced via the Team Bath Netball website – netball.teambath.com – as soon as possible and all tickets already purchased for Friday will be valid on that night.

Anyone unable to attend on the new date will be entitled to a full refund and details will be available on an email that will be sent from Ticketline to all ticket holders.

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