Clubhouse extension finished at Hornets
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A new clubhouse extension at Hornets has been finished and the keys handed over.
HORNETS have enjoyed a good week with two big events being celebrated.
Saturday saw them record a convincing 34-3 victory over local rivals Weston in the first-ever league match between the two sides. Earlier in the week, they had been handed the keys to the new extension to their clubhouse.
Club chairman Paul Davison said: “This is a fantastic addition to our club. We would like to thank Dribuild and AGM services for handing over a quality facility and for their flexibility in the project.
“The facility includes two large en suite changing rooms, two en suite officials rooms, treatment room, disabled washroom and a fitness room that will benefit all club members.
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“We are looking forward to the official opening on January 3, 2015, prior to our league fixture against Old Patesians, which also coincides with an old players’ reunion lunch, where we hope to confirm a start date for the development of a new £25,000 stand which will accommodate 180 spectators.
“With the recent success of our sides, it’s great to be able to give the players the facilities they deserve.”
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