Follow up-to-date with the latest from Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday morning as Mathoura Football Netball Club fights to host this year's Picola and District Netball League grand final.August 27, 2014 4:33pm
As Mathoura Football Netball Club fights to host this year's Picola District Football Netball League north west grand final , the Riverine Herald will deliver the news as it happens at Melbourne Magistrates Court.
The club and league have been at loggerheads for more than a month after the league refused to allow Mathoura to host the grand final, as two light poles at the netball court were deemed too close to the playing surface.
After several meetings and discussions, the league opted to move the grand final to Yarroweyah and Mathoura, with the support of Murray Shire, sought a court injunction to keep the final in Mathoura
The Riv will tweet updates from its @riverineherald account live from the court, starting at 9.30am, using #polesapart
The outcome will also feature on www.riverineherald.com.au and reactions from all parties will appear in Friday's print edition.
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