Pontypridd have re-arranged two of their five outstanding Principality Premiership fixtures, with home games confirmed against Ebbw Vale on 28th March and Newport on 7th April.
Having made their exit from the SWALEC Cup following a defeat at Cross Keys last Saturday, the remainder of Ponty's season can now take shape, with Saturday 28th March - a date allocated to the cup quarter finals - being free for league duties.
Fixtures against Bridgend (H), Cross Keys (H) and Cardiff (A) remain to be given new dates.
The two confirmed re-arranged matches are as follows:
Saturday 28th March - Ebbw Vale (H) - 2:30pm kick off
Tuesday 7th April - Newport (H) - 7:15pm kick off
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