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Club secretary Angus Fairlie said: "The tie will be all-ticket and, after a meeting between our ground safety officer and the police, our capacity has been increased from 4,009 to 4,200.
Based in the North-east, surrounded by an extensive assortment of sports and events stadia, CableCom has proactively diversified into providing accredited training and qualifications in event management and the training of event stewards, marshals or ground safety officers for large scale sporting events to meet the increasing demand for occupationally competent stewards for football, rugby, tennis, horse racing and cricket, as well as major indoor sports and entertainment venues.
Any witnesses to the alleged assault should call Bill Harris, St Helens Ground Safety Officer on 01744 455050 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
CELTIC Crusaders' ground safety officer, Mike Owen, has praised the exemplary behaviour of both sets of fans who were inside and outside the ground when the engage Super League match against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats was postponed on Sunday.
Byline: Brian Halford The mind boggles just what ground safety officers of today would make of it.
St Helens ground safety officer Bob Singleton said: "Even though there has been a significant thaw, the roads leading to the ground and pathways are still covered in ice and therefore aren't safe.
Doncaster led the Leeds amateurs 16-12 when the game was halted after advice from ground safety officers.
Bob Singleton, Knowsley Road's ground safety officer, said: "It was a double disappointment for everyone.