Home ground a priority for Brothers

OTHER than strengthening the club on the field, Brent Kinnane's big challenge as president is to deliver Brothers the home ground it deserves.

Ivor Marsden has provided a good home base, but nothing there speaks of Brothers.

And with the Ipswich Logan Hornets planning on fielding a third grade side, it is becoming crowded.

Brothers hope to secure a portion of the land on the old Bremer State School site, just a few hundred metres from the Brothers Leagues Club, to build a home ground on.

"I'm hoping we can play there the first game of next season," Kinnane said.

"We won't have too many facilities at that stage.

"Realistically it might be the year after.

"We're the oldest club in Ipswich so we want to get the facilities we deserve."



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