Bad weather forces another postponement for King’s Lynn Stars
King's Lynn Stars have endured a second postponement in the space of three days.
Their home Premiership meeting against the Rye House Rockets, scheduled for Wednesday night, was called off just before 11am.
An announcement on the club's official website read: 'Due to adverse weather conditions at the Adrian Flux Arena tonight's meeting with Rye House has been postponed.
'A new date is to be arranged and we hope this early decision minimises inconvenience.'
The club later explained that the decision had been made 'with the safety of the general public, riders and officials as a top priority'.
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'Due to the extremely strong gale-force wind prevailing – and forecast to continue – we feel we cannot guarantee a safe environment for a public sporting event,' they said in a press statement. 'We would like to thank everyone for their understanding.'
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