CARLOW County Council has been asked to help find more suitable grounds for Carlow Cricket Club.
Councillor Adrienne Wallace tabled a motion for this month’s meeting of Carlow Municipal District calling on the local authority to find suitable grounds for the club.
“The current grounds kindly donated by St Patrick’s Carlow College is not suitable for higher division games,” she said. “The council should form a working group with Carlow Cricket club to complete this,” she said.
long history spanning from the 1800s
The motion in part states: “Carlow Cricket Club has a long history spanning from the 1800s to its re-establishment in 2011 following the resettlement of the Rohingya community in Carlow.
“It has many nationalities in the club with two adult teams, two children’s teams and a youth development squad, all competing in Cricket Leinster Leagues.
“The current grounds kindly donated by St Patrick’s Carlow College is not suitable for higher division games.