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Federal funding for community sports

Federal Member for Gilmore, Ann Sudmalis, has announced that four applicants have been successful in receiving funding through the Community Sport Infrastructure Grants program. Two of these are in the Eurobodalla. ​Gundary Oval District Sports Park upgrade - $200,000 Upgrading Moruya Tennis Club Womens Changing Facilities - $20,000 “I have previously worked with the Moruya Tennis Club to secure funding. "I am proud of the Coalition Government’s investment into grassroots sports. This Grants program was heavily oversubscribed and the quality of the applications was excellent. Given this, I am expecting to announce another round of funding for this grants program in the near future,” Mrs Sudmalis said.

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