Cricket club gets government grant for marquees

Grant: Coaching coordinator Jarred Hodges and club president Natalie Bradbury with Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies (middle).

Grant: Coaching coordinator Jarred Hodges and club president Natalie Bradbury with Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies (middle).

The St Clair Hawks Cricket Club are set to purchase two new customised marquees thanks to a state government grant.

The club was successful in its bid for $6,000 administered under the government’s 2016 Community Building Partnership Program to fund the purchase of all-weather marquees.

Club president Natalie Bradbury and coaching coordinator Jarred Hodges joined Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies at St Marys Leagues Club where the cheque was presented.

“The very essence of the Community Building Partnership Program is to support projects that encourage growth and development in our community,” Ms Davies said.

“The allocation of this grant to the St Clair Hawks Cricket Club highlights the ongoing commitment of the NSW government in ensuring that positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes are delivered to all.

“As many of the local sporting organisations are run by volunteers from the community, I look forward to seeing this grant make a real impact not only for the St Clair Hawks Cricket Club but the Mulgoa community also.”

For more information on the program, visit: http://www.communitybuildingpartnership.nsw.gov.au/home.

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