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Kingsholm Stadium Suffers £500,000 Worth Of Damages From Recent Wet Weather

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 17

Premiership rugby side Gloucester's Kingsholm Stadium "has suffered" around £500,000 ($654,000) worth of damage in the "recent wet weather," according to Lane & Iles of GLOUCESTERSHIRE LIVE. Heavy rain hit Gloucester on Sunday and Tuesday "which has closed part of the ground, damaging vari...

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