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Jersey Bulls to play a home match at Adams Park

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Jersey Bulls will play a Combined Counties Premier Division game at League One side Wycombe Wanderers' Adams Park Stadium.

The island side's Springfield Stadium in St Helier is closed due to work to move fencing which will bring it up to standard should the third-placed Bulls win promotion this season.

Three home games - on 19, 26 and 30 March - will be played in the UK.

The Bulls will face Banstead Athletic at Adams Park on Saturday 19 March.

They will host Colliers Wood United at Three Bridges' Jubilee Field on Saturday 26 March before taking on Balham at Ascot United's Racecourse Ground on Tuesday 30 March.

"These changes, whilst very exciting, remain a huge blow to everyone involved with the club, especially our season ticket holders and supporters," Jersey Bulls said in a statement.

"Not only do we as a club rely on our gate receipts as an essential part of our income, but the matchday home crowd gives the team that 12th player effect boost - every time.

"Needless to say, should any season ticket holder travel to any of the three "home" games in England then you will of course receive free entry to the ground. If you have purchased a ticket for any of these games or a season ticket holder the club will write to you directly."

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