Enfield Ignatians' were again forced to remain on the sidelines as the weather wiped out their fixtures

Ignatians again forced to remain on sidelines

Ignatians again forced to remain on sidelines

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Enfield Ignatians' were again forced to remain on the sidelines as the elements conspired to wipe out the club’s fixtures.

The Blue and Golds had a long haul visit to the league's bottom side, Lowestoft & Yarmouth, planned for last weekend.

However, that fixture was postponed due to the waterlogged state of the East Anglian side's pitch.

Meanwhile, Ignatians' postponed home fixture against Stowmarket has been rearranged and will, weather permitting, be played at Donkey Lane on Saturday, February 22.

The first team are anxious to get a game under their belts before the club’s Big Day Out at Saracens’ Allianz Park on March 1.

All Ignatians teams will play at the Premiership arena with the firsts due to take on Saffron Walden in the league.

The club have confirmed the Sky Sports cameras will be present at the event in addition to Enfield’s scheduled appearance on the BT' Sport's Rugby Tonight show on February 26.

On the playing front, the minis will be involved in a triangular tournament with Wanstead and Watford. The Under-13s and Under-17s have games earmarked against Barnet Elizabethans.

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