World games at Racquets Club

Alderman Jim Dillon (right) and Andrew Kennedy (left) from Lisburn City Council met up with the Dutch representatives Sonja Oost, Henk Heil and Dirk de Jong to offer a warm welcome to the City and to highlight some of the tourism events planned to coincide with the Games next year.  Also in the picture are Raymond Hill (front left) and Neil Donaldson, both from 2012 World Police and Fire Games. INUS4512-GAMES

Alderman Jim Dillon (right) and Andrew Kennedy (left) from Lisburn City Council met up with the Dutch representatives Sonja Oost, Henk Heil and Dirk de Jong to offer a warm welcome to the City and to highlight some of the tourism events planned to coincide with the Games next year. Also in the picture are Raymond Hill (front left) and Neil Donaldson, both from 2012 World Police and Fire Games. INUS4512-GAMES

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LISBURN Racquets Club has been selected as one of 42 venues across Northern Ireland to host next year’s World Police and Fire Games.

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