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New hockey surface faces test

MICHELLE Eastwell is upbeat about hopes for the 2012 Warwick Hockey Association season now a synthetic surface has been re-built.

The club official said, while the surface was laid two months ago, infrastructure work had continued in readiness for the first games on synthetic surface since 2010.

A new London blue synthetic will be used for the first time tomorrow night with men's A-grade games from 6.30pm.

A mixed B-grade competition for players, high school age and older, starts at 2pm Saturday.

Players welcome to come on the day or call Phil Rolfe on 0411 950207.

Topics:  hockey, warwick hockey association




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