New practice nets at Bradman Oval have been closed to the public due to defect concerns.
The closure comes amid controversy regarding use of the iconic cricket pitch.
A council spokesman said that construction of the nets at Bradman Oval was a grant funded project.
He said it was undertaken by the Bradman Foundation and Bowral Cricket Club via Council's Application to Carry Out Works on Council land.
"The nets are currently closed to the public whilst we work through some minor defects with the contractor. This is usual practice on any project," he said.
"We expect to have a timeline for the defect rectification works within the next week."
The nets were the part of the motivation of a recent directive from Bradman Centre executive director Rina Hore that the Bradman Foundation "expected that BCC will be allocated Bradman Oval for all Saturdays the ground is available" has raised the ire of other cricket clubs in the region."
Ms Hore told the Southern Highland News that in 2017, the BCC agreed to provide Bradman Foundation with assistance to maintain and prepare the oval facilities for use by local grade cricket.
She said a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was put in place with a variety of agreements so as to contain rising costs. One key outcome was to raise a considerable amount of funds to upgrade the practice nets at Bradman Oval
Ms Hore said the BCC "have raised $180,000 and a new four lane facility is currently being built. This will be a fabulous community asset and the efforts by the two organisations have been an excellent example of what collaboration can deliver."
The new practice nets were key to Ms Hore's directive that the BCC should have priority use of Bradman Oval for its matches scheduled in the Highlands District Cricket Association competition.
She said in a letter to all clubs under the HDCA umbrella that "this season with first grade needing only two of three turf pitches and a second grade game being played on turf each week, we expected that BCC will be allocated Bradman Oval for all Saturdays the ground is available. We want to ensure that BCC seconds will be allocated matches on Bradman Oval when BCC first grade are allocated to play away at Welby or Lackey Park."
The letter has sparked the anger of other clubs in the HDCA with threats of boycotting games against BCC, games played at Bradman Oval or the competition altogether suggested in emails between association members that have been leaked anonymously to the Southern Highland News.
However, clubs have since adopted a "business as usual" attitude ahead a special meeting scheduled to be held at Mittagong RSL Club on December 9.
A notification to players about the special meeting said that it was open to all HDCA members and affiliates and would provide an update on "all current parameters of the BCC Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Bradman Foundation, and the Bradman Foundation lease terms with Wingecarribee Shire Council for Bradman Oval."
Meanwhile, it is noted in one of the leaked emails that the board has "received confirmation from the Bradman Foundation that they respect the current 2019/2020 draw and do not wish to see already allocated matches moved."