Polocrosse grounds fly into future success
THE Monto polocrosse grounds may not have been host to a polocrosse carnival this year, but the success of the Monto Fly-In was pleasing and local groups had the opportunity to cater for visitors.
The committee hopes the grounds and facilities will continue to be used in future years.
North Burnett Regional Council installed three-phase power to the grounds and its facilities have been upgraded significantly, at no cost to the club.
In recent years the club has struggled to find enoughmembersto give the time required for the preparation of a carnival.
The majority of members decided the club’s fully paid lease should be renewed but that could compromise negotiations with the aero club and their plans to improve facilities.
Bringing benefits to the community is always a high priority and the club has long been proud of its donations back to the Monto community.
The committee wants to wish the incoming office bearers every success in strengthening the club and the great sport of polocrosse.