Lighting at Rutherglen's Barkly Park is now at AFL standards following a $165,000 upgrade.
Indigo Council says the lights have been tested and commissioned, meeting AFL standards for club competition and match practice.
This will enable extended use of the facilities and provides a number of new opportunities.
A 60-tonne crane was on site on ahead of Anzac Day to remove the old concrete poles and lights, to then erect the four new 30m galvanised steel poles with pre-assembled lights attached.
The old poles and lights were able to be re-purposed to a new home, which is understood to be somewhere in the Western District.
The Barkly Park lighting upgrade was funded with $100,000 from the state government, $40,000 from Indigo Shire and $25,000 from the Rutherglen Cats.
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