Peninsula League invokes 'severe weather rule' for the second time in as many months

First published in Sport by , Sports Editor

Peninsula League secretary Phil Hiscox has invoked the rarely used 'severe weather rule' for the second time in as many months.

The rule allows clubs to cancel their weekend games more than 48 hours in advance of kickoff at their own discretion, and without the need for an official referees inspection.

Hiscox last invoked the rule on November 24, when high winds and heavy rain lashed the Duchy, causing widespread flooding.

Fans are advised to check the Peninsula League's official website for news about cancellations before travelling.

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