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Rugby fixtures hit once again

Flybe collapse continuing to cause problems

The collapse of Flybe continues to have an impact on Manx rugby teams.

For the second consecutive weekend Ramsey and Vagabonds are unable to get their scheduled fixtures played, while Vagabonds Ladies' final league match of the season against Burnley is also a postponement.

The various league organisers are busy working out revised schedules for everyone concerned, which looks increasingly likely to push fixtures into April, and the Manx Cup perhaps even later.

Douglas, however, keep the flag flying as they face Birkenhead Park away: they’re using the Ben-my-Chree for the trip to the Wirral.

There is just one game locally this week, at Ramsey’s Mooragh Park, where Ramsey and Southern Nomads will meet in a friendly.

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