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DUBLIN for Leinster vs Saracens
Posted by: boomeruk
Date: 09/03/2020 18:51
St Patricks Day Parade is cancelled in Dublin so could this be a precursor to the Irish Government cancelling all sporting events including our Champions Cup QF with Leinster?

There are ten of us going, so it would be nice if we are told sooner rather than later.

I have 10 flights booked with Ryan Air so no idea if refunds will be offered.

My hotel can be cancelled without charge 48 hours before booking starts

Match tickets.... It would be nice to think organisers will give full refund in the event game is cancelled. If it is postponed, then tickets could be offloaded I guess.


But here is a thought.....if Irish government bans all sporting event, would tourney organisers just cancel everything or try to push QF, SF & Final into next season?
If the tried to do that just think, the reigning European Champions for sure will be in English second tier.

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