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Red card for drunken sports fans

Condor Ferries is warning Channel Islands sports fans who have had too much to drink that they will not be allowed to board its vessels.

The company will be laying on extra sailings in May for two major sporting events in Jersey and Guernsey.

Fares are being cut for supporters going to the Muratti in Guernsey and the Siam Cup in Jersey.

But Condor said its alcohol policy meant passengers who had drunk too much may be refused.

The Muratti is an inter-island football match and the Siam Cup is rugby.

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