Tatura Football Netball Club will host the KDFNL grand finals at Tatura Park this Saturday, and with a number of different teams participating, it promises to be a great day.
Tatura Football Netball Club president Daryl Eaton said people attending the grand final needed to be aware of the general arrangements for Tatura Park on the day, as per attached plan.
‘‘Food and drinks will be available from the number of outlets indicated on the plan,’’ he said.
‘‘As Tatura Park is a licensed area, no alcohol will be permitted to be brought in or taken out of the ground.
‘‘Security will be checking boots of cars to ensure the licensing conditions are adhered to. Three bars will be available on the day to provide refreshments.’’
Mr Eaton said access to parking within Tatura Park would be via three entry points, the north and south ends of Hastie St and Brown St.
Parking will be available in Hastie St, a car park near the Exhibition Shed, around the ground and on the eastern oval.
‘‘Once Hastie St and the Exhibition car park are full, the north gate on Hastie St will be closed to pedestrian traffic only,’’ he said.
‘‘The use of the full eastern oval will be subject to weather conditions. Parking attendants will be used to ensure there is a co-ordinated approach.’’
Mr Eaton said the Wilson Hall rooms (east side of the ground) would be used for three of the participating grades.
‘‘The other teams will be allocated the Tatura home rooms at the Ballantyne Centre. The umpires will use the away rooms at the Ballantyne Centre,’’ he said
‘‘Notification of who is where will be provided by the KDFNL.
‘‘Extra seating will be arranged for at both the football ground and the netball courts to provide for better viewing of the games.’’
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