Floodlight failure leaves AFL in dark

By Rebecca Fist
Updated April 30 2015 - 8:48am, first published April 29 2015 - 7:18pm
HANDSHAKE: Players from Kildare and Mater Dei call it a night after a lighting mishap brings a premature end to round two of the Carroll Cup.
HANDSHAKE: Players from Kildare and Mater Dei call it a night after a lighting mishap brings a premature end to round two of the Carroll Cup.

ROUND two of the Carroll Cup ended prematurely as the floodlights on Robertson Oval switched off just before the start of the fourth quarter last night, leaving players and spectators in the dark.

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