For the 5th time the Lusignan Sports Club (LSC) cricket pitch has been dug up by vandals. The
Lusignan Community Centre ground houses the Mon-Repos-La Reconnaissance NDC office and the LSC.
These vandals have performed this act at least four times in 2015. The venue also host fairs and parties, which compete in an adverse way with the sporting activities. The youngsters in the community are now unable to play cricket, and LSC has to spend large sums of money to repair the damaged pitch.
The police have been called in before, however to no avail. President Christopher Singh in an invited comment said: “I am calling once again on the authorities at the Mon-Repos-La Reconnaissance NDC, the Regional Democratic Council (RDC), Region 4, and the Ministry of Communities to properly deal once and for all with these (known) operatives! The residents of the Lusignan, Annandale, Goed Hope and Mon Repos communities and members of the LSC are fed up with the NDC’s failure to act”.
With Local Government elections next month, all these communities are paying close attention to what happens next.
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