Nerimbera Soccer Club with the roof lifted after Cyclone Marcia. Photo Contributed
Nerimbera Soccer Club with the roof lifted after Cyclone Marcia. Photo Contributed Contributed

Plans in motion to rebuild Nerimbera's clubhouse

SOCCER isn't the only game Nerimbera Football Club is playing.

After losing its clubhouse in Cyclone Marcia, club president Ricky England said Nerimbera was now playing the waiting game.

"The clubhouse was demolished and all we have now is a cement slab," Mr England said.

"At the moment we are just waiting for council insurance, plans to be drawn up and council approval to build the new clubhouse."

Despite not being able to host matches at its ground due to a lack of lighting and power, Mr England said the club was so far doing well in the 2015 soccer season.

"All of our home games are played from Norbridge Park," he said.

"We still have all our teams playing which is great."

Mr England said many donations had been made to the club and he thanked the community for its generosity.



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