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Sinn Féin Local Government Candidate Leanne Peacock has called on Council to accommodate provision for Gaelic Games at Rasharkin Community Centre Football pitch

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Sinn Féin Local Government Candidate Leanne Peacock has called on Causeway Coast and Glens Council to accommodate provision for Gaelic Games at Rasharkin Community Centre Football pitch

Miss Peacock said:

“I have been in contact with Causeway Coast and Glens Council and have requested provision for Gaelic games at their pitch at Rasharkin Community Centre.”

“I have requested that goal posts be instated at the pitch that can be used to play Gaelic games as currently, the pitch is usable for soccer only.”

“This would help address the issue of pitch space in the village and would be very beneficial to the community enabling many teams from underage to senior to make use of the pitch for training purposes.

“This pitch should be available for use by all in the community in Rasharkin and it makes sense that multi-use facilities are instated as a priority in this location.”

” I am currently awaiting a response to this request from Council.”

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