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Owls Maintain Cheap JP Trophy Prices

Wednesday and Hartlepool United fans will be able to watch their side's JP Trophy northern area quarter-final tie at Hillsborough for just 5.

The Owls announced the prices today and show a continuation of the cheap prices offered for the first two rounds of the competition.

Supporters will be able to watch the clash, which takes place on Tuesday, Novemeber 9 (kick-off 7.30pm), for 5 for adults and 2.50 concessions.

The prices are available until Monday, November 8 at 5pm and prices will rise to 10 for adults and 5 concessions thereafter.

Only the South Stand and the Kop will be open for home fans, there are no plans as yet to open the North Stand for the game.

Over 15,000 fans watched the Owls beat League Two side Chesterfield on penalties in a thrilling last round of the competition.

And, with Wembley now within both club's sights, Alan Irvine and his men will be looking for another bumper crowd to help them progress to the northern area semi-final.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 12 2010

Time: 1:04PM

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at least vital got ticket date right
mick66owl
It probably sounds stupid and nobody will agree, but 10% of me would take winning the JPT rather than getting promotion. This could be the last time in a long long time(and im talking years) to get to the new wembley, and im desperate to go for some reason.
DEZZYP
 

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