Launch party planned for new Rosemeadow courts

Picture: Jess Layt
Picture: Jess Layt

Get ready to party, Rosemeadow!

To celebrate the opening of the recently restored multipurpose sporting courts at Cleopatra Drive, Campbelltown Council is inviting locals to a special launch party.

Residents will enjoy a host of activities at the facility on Friday, March 16, with plenty of giveaways on offer.

“The launch party is going to be a huge celebration,” Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic said. 

“I encourage everyone to come along and join their neighbours in a game of futsal, meet professional basketball players, and enjoy great music and a barbecue.” 

The event, which runs from 6pm-9pm, will feature a live DJ, an inflatable obstacle course, a meet-and-greet with Sydney Kings basketball players and a futsal trick workshop with the Sydney Street Football Crew.

Residents can also enjoy a free barbecue provided by the Rotary Club of Campbelltown, as well as a selection of ice creams.

Cr Brticevic praised the hard work of council staff to deliver such a fine facility to the Rosemeadow people.

“I’m pleased Council has delivered on our commitment to provide this fantastic new recreational facility, and to transform the previously underutilised tennis courts into two basketball and two futsal courts which residents are already putting to good use,” he said.

“The community response to the revamp has been overwhelmingly positive, and having already enjoyed games on both the basketball and futsal courts, I’ve experienced first-hand the health, fitness and social benefits this facility will provide our residents.”

The multipurpose court project saw the existing synthetic grass surface replaced by a sports acrylic finish and new line marking, as well as lighting upgrades, fencing replacement, park bench and shade structure installation, and the sealing of the car park.

Visit campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/whatson for more information about the launch party.

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