Newport Gwent Dragons v Cardiff Blues: Game On

Guinness PRO12 Editor

1 Mar 2011


Newport Gwent Dragons will be taking on Cardiff Blues on Bank Holiday Friday 29th April at 4:05pm.

The match, originally scheduled for the 27th December, was postponed due to exceptionally cold weather conditions and an agreement has now been reached on the new date for this game.

All tickets for the original fixture must be exchanged for tickets for the new fixture. This can be done by person or by post before Friday 25th March.

Given the exceptional circumstances, the Dragons will be giving a refund to supporters who purchased a ticket for the original game and who are not able to attend the revised date. However, the original ticket must be delivered to Rodney Parade before Friday March 25th.

“Because of the delay in finding a new date for this game, the stadium regeneration has reached a stage where the capacity of Rodney Parade has been reduced, and areas where tickets are held are no longer accessible,” said Rodney Parade

Head of Operations and Matchday Safety Officer Mark Jones. “Therefore to ensure clear ticketing and crowd safety on the day, we feel that the fairest course of action is to recall all the tickets originally purchased.

“We also want to ensure that as many supporters are able to attend as possible and by offering refunds to ticket holders who can’t attend; we can ensure that these tickets become available to other supporters.

Season Ticket holders do not need to exchange or collect tickets.

Tickets for exchange should either be brought to the Rodney Parade Ticket Office in person or sent by post to:

Ticket Office
Rodney Parade LTD
Rodney Parade
NP19 0UU

Tickets purchased by cash or cheque must be returned to the Ticket Office in person to be refunded.

For all enquiries, call our ticket hotline on 01633 670 690

Please note that we can only refund tickets that we receive at the ticket office. Proof of posting is not proof of receipt.
For safety reasons, we will not be able to allow any person into the ground using a ticket for the original match.