Earlier this week, the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) announced that Celtic Dragons’ Round 4 game against Strathclyde Sirens – along with the other remaining Round 4 fixtures – was postponed. Now, VNSL has confirmed that the 2020 Superleague will be postponed until at least Thursday 30 April.
This, along with Welsh Netball’s announcement on Friday 13 March, that all netball activity in Wales be suspended, means that we wanted to update our fans and stakeholders on the following…
Superleague Matches and Tickets:
The postponement of the league means that our upcoming Celetic Dragons games will not be taking place as scheduled. Please, do not travel or seek to attend our Sport Wales National Centre venue for any of the originally scheduled fixtures.
All ticket sales, which take place via our partners at Ticketline.co.uk have now been suspended.
Tickets purchased for games that have been postponed will be valid for the rearranged fixtures.
If you are unable to attend the re-arranged date you will be asked to return your tickets to receive a refund. Ticketline will process any refunds necessary at that point and all enquiries regarding refunds should be made to Ticketline directly.
Celtic Dragons Camps:
Although we had not yet announced any Easter Dragons camps, we can confirm that there will be no camps scheduled for this Easter break. We hope to bring back Dragons camps in future school holidays.
Please keep an eye out on the Celtic Dragons website as well as our social media channels for any information relating to COVID-19 and its impact on our fixtures, programmes and operations.