Last night, the OISC President, Nicholas Tallarida addressed the playing group on the status of the Margaret Bond Soccer pitches – the Glenunga Superdome.
For those that weren’t there, this is what he said:
The fence has come down on Margaret Bond Ovals as the ovals are ready for public use. OISC Women’s will be the first to use the pitch when they host their first home game on Sunday 11 May against Seymour. The Men’s first home game will be Saturday 17 May, with the A/B/C Grade taking on arch rivals St Peters and the D/E Grade facing Northern Wolves.
Training will continue Monday and Wednesday for the A/B/C Grade on Webb Oval (footy oval), the D/E Grade indoors on Wednesdays at Campbelltown Leisure Centre and the Women will continue to train Wednesdays on Webb Oval (footy oval).
Please bear with us, as we are completely dependent on the construction works for the lighting to be completed for both the football and soccer clubs to return to training as normal. Once we have further information we will communicate this to the club.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
If you have any questions or queries about the status of the pitches, please contact Nicholas Tallarida.