99The following provisions cease to have effect—E+W
(a)sections 3 and 4 (order about licensing hours in sports grounds),
(b)section 5 (appeal against such an order),
(c)section 5A (restricted periods in relation to possession of alcohol in private rooms at sports grounds),
(d)section 5B (occasional licences at sports grounds),
(e)section 5C (supply of alcohol by clubs at sports grounds),
(f)section 5D (non-retail sales of alcohol during sporting event),
(g)section 6 (closure of bar during sporting event),
(h)the Schedule (procedure for obtaining order about licensing hours in sports grounds).
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