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Joel Osborne

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Posted Thursday, December 5th 2019

Bristol Flyers v Sheffield Sharks - SOLD OUT

Tickets for the Flyers’ opening game of the regular season against Sheffield Sharks have completely sold out.
Atiba Lyons' side will visit the WISE Campus on Friday, December 6th  as Coach K’s men look to make it two wins in as many weeks against the Sharks infant of a capacity crowd at the SGS College Arena.

Fans without tickets are advised not to attend this game to avoid disappointment.

With the SGS College Arena set to be packed out every week during the 2019/20 campaign, the best way of securing your seat is to purchase tickets in advance online.

Just over 50 standing tickets remain for the visit of Worcester Wolves on Saturday, December 14th.


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