Regents Park Football Club Statement on Princes Park Progress.

Regents Park Football Club statement on our home ground Princes Park:
We (our committee) went to the see the progress at Princes Park today (Sunday). We noticed that the fields have been marked but none of the sleeves or posts have been started. The perimeter fencing has not been started.
This is rather disappointing to say the least. We have resigned ourselves that we will not be playing there the coming weekend (2/3 July) because of the uncertainty. We cannot give the Granville association maybes so we will have to ask the association to change the draw for our home games to Guilfoyle Park once again.
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