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Firms pitch-in at Prenton.

TRANMERE are doing all they can to make sure Saturday''s League One encounter with Yeovil goes ahead - in spite of the cold weather.

Groundstaff worked all day yesterday to clear snow from the Prenton Park pitch and car park.

Local companies Green Thumb Lawns and EA Reed & Sons lent a hand.

Rovers have been in regular contact with Merseyside Police and the Safety Advisory Group. With a rise in temperatures forecast towards the end of the week, they are hopeful the match will be played. Admission has been reduced for juniors (aged 16 and under) to just pounds 1 in all stands on Saturday.


CLEARANCE TASK: Dave Rostance (right) and his team at Green Thumb Lawns who helped to clear the snow at Prenton Park
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jan 14, 2010
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