Date agreed for JPT area final

Fri 11 Jan 2013
Author: Nick Connoll

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Date confirmed for Sky Blues JPT area final with either Crewe or Bradford

The date for the first leg of the Sky Blues' Johnstone's Paint Trophy area final with either Crewe Alexandra or Bradford City has been confirmed.

The first leg will take place at the Ricoh Arena on Tuesday, February 5, kick off at 7.45pm.

The tie is not selected for live television.

Crewe and Bradford play their area semi-final on Tuesday, January 15.

Keep checking www.ccfc.co.uk for ticket information and prices!

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