Thursday, April 18, 2024

Norfolk hockey club loses 3G battle

For well over six years, Norfolk club Thetford Town HC have battled 3G issues. Now its local council has given the green light to revamp the artificial pitch Thetford play on at Breckland Leisure Centre, which is now set to be a football-specific 3G pitch.

The upshot is that the club will be forced to travel 25 miles to play on a suitable surface.

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