BFL: Lakers next home game to be moved to Eastern Oval

Bacchus Marsh's Liam Baker battles through the Wendouree Reserve mud on Saturday.

Bacchus Marsh's Liam Baker battles through the Wendouree Reserve mud on Saturday.

LAKE Wendouree's next home game has been relocated to Eastern Oval due to the condition of Wendouree Reserve.

The Ballarat Football League announced on Sunday afternoon that next Saturday's match between Lake Wendouree and Sebastopol will now be held at East Point's home ground.

All three football matches and four netball matches will be shift to the Roos home ground, who face the bye next week.

The shift means the Lakers have now played their last game at home, with the surface due to undergo a $1 million resurfacing in the coming weeks.

BFL operations manager Aaron Nunn said the decision to relocate ultimately rested with East Point, which was willing to share their ground with the Lakers.

The centre square of Eastern Oval is rather muddy, but the vast majority of the ground is in pristine condition.

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