Photo:  The official guests at Saturday's opening [Photo courtesy of Llewyn Tubb]

Taroona officially opened their new kiosk and referees’ changing rooms at Kelvedon Park on Saturday before their Southern Premier League game against University.

The extensions cost $40,000.


Photo:  Taroona's Southern Premier League side in their new Nike kit [Photo courtesy of Llewyn Tubb]

Taroona won 6-2 so it seems as if it was a successful day all round.

Those present included Kingborough deputy mayor Steve Wass, Kingborough Councillor Roger McGuinness, Tourism Minister Scott Bacon, Shadow Minister for the Environment, Parks and Heritage Matthew Groom, Shadow Minister for Community Development Elise Archer, chair of the referees’ standing committee Ian Colhoun and builder Andrew Crack.

Taroona president Geoff Atkinson welcomed the guests and addressed those in attendance for the official opening, thanking the State Government and the Kingborough Council for their support.

Taroona’s new Nike strip for the men’s and women’s team were also unveiled.


Photo:  Taroona warm up before their match against University [Photo courtesy of Llewyn Tubb]


Photo:  Taroona president Geoff Atkinson addresses the gathering at Kelvedon Park [Photo courtesy of Llewyn Tubb]


Video of Sunday's Taroona versus Tilford Zebras women's match