Executive members of the Milton Ulladulla Bulldogs and Bill Andriski Oval Management Committee met with Ward 3 Councillors at Mollymook last Friday to check the condition of the buildings including the public toilets.
A new building has been approved for the space to provide upgraded facilities. The Multi Purpose Building is designed for seven day a week usage and includes giving disabled people giving them access to the playing surface at the Oval.
The club, with the assistance of the council, has purchased a new electronic scoreboard and has top-up grant funding applications for improving drainage and warm up areas at the oval.
The South Coast Group 7 competition will commence on April 1 and Milton Ulladulla have reappointed all coaches from last season with the exception of the Under 18's to be coached by Peter Leffley. Brenden Fernley a former Cronulla Sharks Under 20's sports trainer will also join the coaching staff.
The club's Retention Committee will be approaching some new talent over the next few weeks and senior coach Nathaniel Morrison advised that preseason training will commence in mid-January.
With Shellharbour Stingrays applying to enter the First Grade competition, the bye should be eliminated in first and reserve grade enabling clubs to field teams at the same venue each weekend.
Morrison said his young side of last year would have learned from their mistakes and supporters could look forward to an improved performance in 2017.
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