Belfast Telegraph

Monday 20 October 2014

North West is deserving case

Why must the new national stadium be in, or near, Belfast?



What is wrong with building it in the North West?

Such a place is available at Ballykelly, the former RAF aerodrome, later occupied by the Army’s Shackleton Barracks. There is even a railway track through it.

People in the North West are just as keen on the sporting scene as anyone else. So why not?

WALTER HOOPER

Limavady

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