Wed 25 Mar 2020 16:37

Exeter Athletic hope you and your families are as happy and well as can be expected in the current circumstances.

Given the government’s latest recommendations and actions around social distancing and the closure of social hotspots (matched with the RFU announcement that this season has finished below the Premiership level), then this has effectively closed the club at least into the summer break. All future events this season will be cancelled for the time being. This will be most disappointing for the children as they will be least able to understand the reasoning for the demise of the end of season prize giving event. Whether this can be resurrected later in the year, then this shall be kept under review as matters develop.

The Board will keep you abreast of matters when required over the forthcoming weeks.

In the meantime, please follow government guidelines concerning virus control; stay happy and healthy and we will see you all on the other side of this current challenge.

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