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Ground Maintenance Equipment for Top Tier Clubs

http://sportsinfo.lk/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/JDK_5881-1024x682.jpgGround Maintenance Equipment for Top Tier Clubs

Colombo, 30th August 2017 | Enhancing facilities of the Tier A and B Clubs, SLC today (30) handed over equipment including Hand Tractors, Pitch Cutters, Manual Spike Rollers, Outfield Rollers, Hand Rollers, Gang Movers, Pitch Covers, Boundary Ropes and other equipment, to the following clubs.

Singhalese Sports Club
Bloomfield Cricket Club
Colombo Cricket Club
Nondescript Cricket Club
Tamil Union Cricket & Athletics Club
Chillaw Marians Cricket Club
Moors Cricket Club
Colombo Colts Cricket Club
Army Sports Club
Burgher Recreation Club
Navy Sports Club
Police Sports Club
Air Force Sports Club
Panadura Sports Club

The Equipment which cost approximately Rs. 5,000,000/- was provided as a grant to the clubs under the National Development Policy to develop facilities across the island at school, club, district and provincial level in order to assist in uplifting the standard of cricket and in turn provide more qualitative domestic cricket in Sri Lanka, ultimately benefiting the National structure.

The Clubs were also provided with 2 Ton Double Drum Rollers at a subsidized cost recovery plan.

The grant of equipment was offered to all Tier A and B Clubs of which the above named clubs availed themselves of the opportunity of enhancing their ground and club facilities through this grant.

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