IBL runs into field problems on second day

Postponement due to "poor playing conditions of the field" at Sportek in Tel Aviv.

June 25, 2007 16:58
IBL runs into field problems on second day

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The Israel Baseball League announced Monday that it has been forced to move Monday night's game between the Ra'anana Express and Tel Aviv Lighting to the Yarkon Sports Complex in Petah Tikva due to the "poor playing conditions of the field" at Sportek in Tel Aviv where the game was supposed to be played. The game between Modi'in Miracle and Petach Tikva Pioneers, a rematch of Sunday evening's opener which was orginally scheduled at Yarkon, has been postponed with a date to be announced soon. The IBL said that tickets for either venue would be honored at tonight's game at Yarkon, or possibly exchanged for any two regular season games.

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