Natimuk United has changed its venue for its round 14 clash against Laharum

BURST: Natimuk United coach Sam Anson on the Horsham City Oval against Southern Mallee Giants earlier in the season. Picture: STUART MCGUKIN

BURST: Natimuk United coach Sam Anson on the Horsham City Oval against Southern Mallee Giants earlier in the season. Picture: STUART MCGUKIN

NATIMUK United has been granted a shift of venue for its round 14 Horsham District league encounter against Laharum. 

The club was scheduled to play its traditional second home-away-from-home game at the Horsham City Oval as per the constitution after it merged with Horsham United for the 2014 season. 

The game is now scheduled to be played at the Natimuk Showground. 

Natimuk United president Adam Blake assured followers the move was not a complete departure from the Horsham City Oval. 

“There are several reasons behind this decision,” he said. 

“One is the costs associated with booking the ground. There are also some other things. There are also costs in getting the whole kit-and-caboodle into Horsham.

“We weren’t sure we could get it all done for this year.” 

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