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    Umbrellas

    Members and their guests are not permitted to open umbrellas anywhere within the viewing areas of the Members Reserve whilst there is activity on the arena.

    This policy has been introduced to ensure that all patrons have an unobstructed view of the arena and will be enforced at all events, regardless of the crowd size.

    Anyone caught short of protective gear on a rainy day can purchase disposable plastic ponchos at most merchandise outlets.

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