Eglinton Cricket Club under pressure from Derry City Council

Eglinton Cricket Club may have to close as Derry City Council have built a play park next to the grounds and haven’t built a fence to prevent injury. The estimate for the fence is around £3,500.

Two years ago Derry City Council agreed to give a plot of land worth a quarter of a million pounds to a Creggan GAA club. The Council also has a bill outstanding for £8,000 for flights taken in 2006 to Norway, and spent “hundreds of thousands” in their failed attempt to have the name of the city changed from Londonderry.

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Former UUP staffer, currently living in London. @mjshilliday

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