Mr Adlam said morale across all grades would be impacted.
“It is a blow for Mosman Cricket Club and the community,” he said.
“The social aspect of our cricket club is an important part of Mosman, and I think every resident will be upset by this news.”
The old pavilion at Allan Border Oval. Mosman cricket players say they are “gutted” by the news of the builders going “bust”.
Deloitte Turnaround & Restructuring partners Sam Marsden, Sal Algeri, Jason Tracy and Tim Norman were appointed voluntary administrators of six Lloyd Group companies.
“Like others in the construction sector, and despite significant effort, Lloyd Group has been unable to overcome increasingly challenging circumstances over recent months that have eroded project margins, culminating in our appointment today,” Sam Marsden said.
Mosman Council will now work with its legal team and Deloitte to progress the project as quickly as possible and minimise any losses.
“This is disappointing for our local clubs and players who use the facility, and Council will be making every effort to resume the progress recently made over the past few months with roofing and internal fit-out, and we appreciate the clubs’ continued understanding,” Mr Johnson said.
You can check out our previous articles on the Allan Border Pavilion upgrade HERE, HERE and HERE.