Slightly later than usual, but it was a busy week and weekend. Friday night the game of U19 boys, which they won with 5-2. Congratulations on this result.
On Saturday it was a coming and going of teams and playing hockey was fun. Parking in our parking lot for some a bit problematic. How can you put a car well clamped between two cars, I wonder, but it is happening several times.
Saturday afternoon, I had a look at girls U-19, which had to play in Turnhout at Taxandria. The girls, without a coach, set the match 4-2 in their favour. The team and especially the quality of the keeper impressed the referee. Several members of Taxandria mentioned what a cozy club HTC Orange is and how nice the Orange clubhouse now is.
In the past week there are 700 plants put in the ground. A laurel windbreak was placed at the tennis and the playground. The tennis park was redesigned and equipped with additional plants. In addition, the front around the waterhole plants were put in place. I would like to thank the donors of these plants without their contribution it would not look so nice.
The calculation for drilling a well is positive. The return on investment is very attractive. Therefore, the HSR has ordered to drill a well in order to irrigate the semi-water turf.
The two main goals of the water turf will always remain in their spot. Four other goals are less deep and lighter and can be used to divide the field into small fields.
A fence encloses the semi water field, in order to prevent that without supervision and spraying it will be played at. Yet we regularly notice young members playing at the water turf without supervision. Entering is done; by climbing over the leunhek and jump down. This is very risky, if something happens; there is no adult present to assist. Both the VZW and the HSR disclaim any liability when illegally entering the water space is done. In addition, extra wear and tear is caused when the turf is played without irrigation, especially around the goal areas. Finally, on the sand court a ball can be played without supervision.