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Last Updated: Tuesday, 30 March, 2004, 13:10 GMT 14:10 UK
Wasps to stay at Wycombe
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Wasps have agreed a deal to stay at Wycombe's Causeway Stadium for at least another season.

The arrangement safeguards the club's home for the 2004-05 season, during which they hope to make a decision on where their long-term future lies.

"I've spoken to the players and staff and they are happy to be staying," said Wasps chairman and owner Chris Wright.

"The club has done exceptionally well since moving to High Wycombe. I trust the fans will continue to support us."

Wycombe chairman Ivor Beeks welcomed the deal to keep Wasps at the Wanderers' home.

"I am delighted that London Wasps are to continue playing rugby at Causeway Stadium," he said.

"It's good for Wycombe Wanderers, it's good for High Wycombe and I believe it's good for London Wasps.

"We have developed a great relationship with London Wasps over the past two years and I'm sure that this will continue right through next season and hopefully beyond."

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