PLANS by Moyola Park Football Club to build a new £1.5 million stadium are back in play after a lengthy battle with planners.


The First Division outfit are currently in talks with Moyola estate trustees to agree a lease in respect of the site at Mill Meadow in Castledawson.
The papers are expected to be finalised in the near future and will clear the way for a grant application to the Sports Council.

Work could start on the stadium later this year - providing there are no further delays.
"We are quietly confident that things will now fall in to place and we can get on with the project, " said club chairman Robin Martin this week.


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Moyola Park is a football club playing in the IFA Interim League in Northern Ireland. The club, founded in 1880, hails from Castledawson, near Magherafelt, and will play their home games in 2010 in their newly built ground at Bridge Street, castledawson.

The club won the inaugural Irish Cup, the club colours are royal blue and yellow, and the current joint managers are Billy Clarke and George Lennox. 

The Club currently have a first team, a reserve team called Moyola Park Olympic, youth teams at under 11, 13, 15 and 17 level a senior ladies team and a Co-operative Insurance Football Skills Development Centre.

The Club have built a new ground in conjunction with Sport NI at the Mill Meadow which is a stones throw from the Park, and are planning to have the official opening of this new ground in the spring of 2010. 



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