New cricket ground in Montreal

CBC:-

The Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough council voted to spend around $56,000 on the creation of a new regulation cricket pitch in Van Horne Park, Monday.

City councillor Marvin Rotrand brought the idea forward last year in response to the growing interest from residents who want to play the sport.

Construction on the pitch will begin in May and should be finished by the end of June, Rotrand said.

The park, located at the corner of Van Horne and Westbury avenues, already has two playgrounds, a soccer field and paddling pool.

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