Tuesday April 24 will be an exciting day for Brothers Sunshine Coast Junior Rugby with the first sod being turned to mark the commencement of construction of the Club’s new amenities at Stockland Park.
Steve Dickson Minister for National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing will visit the site to turn the first sod to commence the start of construction of new change rooms, toilets, match officials and first aid rooms.
Brothers Sunshine Coast Junior Rugby Club spokesperson Clayton Williams said the project would ensure the long term future of the club on the Sunshine Coast.
“We are thrilled that the State Government has committed nearly $300,000 to this project as well as Quad Park Corporation who contributed the balance to guarantee the project will go ahead in such a timely manner,” Mr Williams said.
Stockland Park Acting General Manager Simon Ball said while the new facility would provide a home base for Brothers Rugby on the Sunshine Coast it would also be a much needed asset to the broader user groups at Stockland Park including other local sporting teams, visiting events such as the Home Show as well as the Kawana Waters State College.
Construction of the facility will be undertaken by local builder Tony Shadforth who expects to complete the project by September this year.
For further information on Brothers Rugby visit www.BrothersRugbysc.com.au.