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Kuching is moving nearer towards their preparation of becoming host of the AFC Solidarity Cup 2016, with the Sarawak Stadium now boasting a new pitch.

A photo shared to SarawakCrocs today revealed that the once damaged pitch of the Sarawak Stadium, now boast of a greener layout after the Stadium Management took an initiative to repair the pitch which was damaged after the hosting of Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA).

The repair involved removing the old turf which was damaged, and replanting the whole pitch with cow grass, which is known to thrive in the hot and humid weather of Kuching.

The AFC Solidarity Cup starts on November 8, with emerging national football teams in Asia heading to Kuching to play the tournament.



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