Thursday, 3 April 2014

Old building gets key part in Carlton's opening ceremony

The supreme executive authorities at go ahead Edinburgh cricket club Carlton today issued details of their plans for the opening ceremony for the coming season.

And fans crowding into the Grange Loan grandstands are in for a treat.

For at the climactic moment of the ceremony they will watch on a giant screen the spectacular demolition of a the near by Edinburgh Castle.

A spokesman for the club said,

'By sharing the final moments of the Castle with the world as part of the opening ceremony, Carlton is proving it is a club that is proud of its history but doesn't stand still, a club that is constantly regenerating, renewing and re-inventing itself .............................or some such tosh................'

Edinburgh Castle was a state of the art facility when it first appeared in the 12th Century but has sadly lapsed into its present condition unfit for housing asylum seekers.

An unnamed source within the go ahead club said that the committee had been hoping to include a truly iconic building but the City Council proved reluctant to allow them to torch the Meadows Pavilion.

Old building gets key part in Carlton's opening ceremony

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