It’s time to play ‘hard ball’

Paul Freckleton, of the Sunraysia Indoor Sporting Group, at the corner of Deakin Avenue and Sixteenth Street where the proposed facility is expected to be built. Picture: Louise Donges

Paul Freckleton, of the Sunraysia Indoor Sporting Group, at the corner of Deakin Avenue and Sixteenth Street where the proposed facility is expected to be built. Picture: Louise Donges

MILDURA needs to use its voice if it wants to see a multi-sport facility constructed, Sunraysia Indoor Sporting Group spokesman Paul Freckleton says.

Sunraysia Daily revealed on Saturday Mildura Council’s $36 million business plan for a Mildura South sporting complex, which would include a six-court indoor stadium, two outdoor sporting fields, squash courts, a sports administration hub, change rooms, function rooms and a cafe and alfresco area.

“This is about creating a central hub for a lot of the sports to operate from,” Mr Freckleton, a Volleyball Victoria board member, said.

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