Routine maintenance closes ACT sportsgrounds

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ALL ACT government irrigated sportsgrounds will be closed for two weeks for routine maintenance. 

From Sunday, October 4, until Friday, October 16, crews will carry out a range of activities that will help to repair surfaces damaged through the winter sport season and give grounds a much needed break prior to the start of summer competition, according to the senior director,  of sport and recreation facilities, Ross Burden.

“Winter sports were extended for two weeks and the timing of this maintenance has been scheduled to accommodate that and ensure it is completed and ready for summer sports to commence from Saturday, October 17,” Mr Burden says.

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