As the Danish media hbold.dk reports, Skjern is preparing to welcome even more fans for the 2015/2016 season. The current stadium will be expanded by 700 seats more, and will have 3100 seats. Skjern is having a good season, and lost the first game in the Danish playoff to Aalborg with 27:26. The winner will play in the final against the better from the Holstebro-Kolding match.source: hbold.dk Denmarkhandboldskjern ← Previous Story ASOBAL (Round 27): Barcelona easily past Gijon, thoughts on Copa del Rey Next Story → Semifinals time in Sweden: Guif against Alingsas, Kristianstad takes on Lugi
MOTORISTS COMMUTING TO and from Dublin city centre will be able to take a new turn that may aid their journey from tomorrow evening.Works being carried out as part of the Luas Cross City project to extend the tram line will see two right turning lanes from St Stephen’s Green East onto Merrion Row operational from tomorrow.The two rights turns will be operational for tomorrow evening’s rush hour, Dublin City Council said this evening.The right turning lanes will provide access to the northside of the city via Merrion Street Upper as well as access to the N11 via Baggot Street.The works are part of the St Stephen’s Green Area Traffic Management Scheme which is facilitating work on the Luas Cross City project.The scheme will see disruption caused to motorists in the area in the coming months with traffic capacity on Dawson Street to be reduced as well as other changes including: The provision of a double bus lane outbound to allow a dedicated left turn onto Leeson Street and a straight ahead lane onto Earlsfort Terrace.The provision of a signalised junction at St. Stephen’s Green East and Hume StreetThe relocation of the pedestrian crossing across St. Stephen’s Green East.More: Major changes due for St Stephen’s Green trafficInfographic: What is the Luas Cross City?