Extra pitch = more opportunities for juniors
Naracoorte United Soccer Club is hoping for a rapid rise in player numbers, and funds, with the addition of a second pitch.
The new pitch cost $20,000, with the Office for Recreation and Sport meeting almost half that bill through its Active Club Program.
Naracoorte officials say the pitch will enable the club to hold more training sessions for juniors, and schedule more junior games.
That will bring more people to the club, and increase revenue.
The upshot of all that is, there’ll be more money for even more junior development programs – helping ensure the club stays a vibrant and healthy part of the Limestone Coast Football Association.
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