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illuminated by means of floodlights


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However, we will continue to stage floodlit cricket matches here at Edgbaston under temporary lights in the future.
Last Wednesday's National League match against Nottinghamshire was the first of four floodlit matches - under temporary lights hired at pounds 30,000 a time - scheduled for Edgbaston this season.
Oswestry Town's North Wales Floodlit League home meeting with Mold Alex was another weather casualty.
0HONOURS were even in this North Wales Floodlit League match which was spoilt by the strong wind.
Darby was to suffer another final disappointment in the Kingswinford Cons floodlit, where he was beaten 21-11 by Mick Letwidge in the chase for the pounds 250 first prize.
They believe the facilities will end the problems at Orford Park, Warrington, because the floodlit area will provide a safe meeting place for youths at night.
OSWESTRY Town's scheduled Floodlit League home match against Flint Town United last night has been rearranged for tomorrow night.
Floodlit Cup quarter finals: Wallasey v Oldershaw (Jan.
The lack of floodlights means the under-18s side --who have continued through the season by playing at Bolehall Swifts --cannot compete in the Midland Floodlit Youth League but Atherstone hope to get the go-ahead to run a reserve-youth side in the Combination Division Three, while a ladies team will also be involved.
But club representative Rod Remedios says in a report that Four Oaks are in urgent need of more floodlit courts if winter tennis is to flourish.
Four outdoor courts will be resurfaced and provided with floodlighting, while the existing two floodlit courts will also be resurfaced and enclosed within a fabric framed building.
Three of the fixtures, two involving England and the other being the last round-robin match between India and Sri Lanka, will be floodlit - at Trent Bridge in the opening fixture on June 27, at Durham, which stages its first floodlight one-day international on July 4, and at Bristol on July 11, two days before the final at Lord's on July 13.
The advantages of having permanent lights are considerable and we are convinced floodlit matches are a major advantage to us.
In that way, I don't really relish a floodlit match, although it's probably good for television.
THE Bishop of Liverpool, who called on people to "Take out a light bulb for Lent" is being accused of hypocrisy since the City's Anglican cathedral is floodlit from top to bottom.