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Coleraine game to go ahead

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Coleraine will kick off their season on Friday as expected.

The Northern Ireland Executive this morning announced new restrictions for four-weeks.

These measures are set to come into force from Friday.

Some in power at Stormont wanted a blanket ban on all sports. But elite-level sport (which includes the Irish League) will be permitted to continue with a limited number of supporters following a local risk assessment. ( 450 Tickets )

The Bannsiders are due to host rivals Ballymena.

In a media statement, the club said : “Having given careful consideration to a number of options the Board have concluded that the tickets will initially go on sale to last season ticket holders first and subsequently on general sale.

Tickets will be priced as follows for everyone wishing to attend the game :-

Terracing: £10 (Uncovered)
Railway End and Hillman’s Way End: £12
Jack Doherty Stand: £15
Social Club Viewing Lounge: £15

Track and trace as per the previous games will be required. Please note that the ground has been divided into zones which will be clearly marked, and there is limited capacity in each zone. Your ticket will be colour coordinated for a specific zone and you will not be able to move between zones.

Tickets will go on sale from 7.00pm on Wednesday 14th October from the Social club. Verification of season tickets will be via the club database.”

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Coleraine man, married to Tracy. Former Chronicle Sports Editor and writer for the old Saturday Night sports paper and Belfast Telegraph/Sunday Life. Has travelled and reported on Coleraine FC on several of their European ties over the years.
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