Twenty-two sports organisations across the Tweed have been funded more than $88,000 to improve the enjoyment and safety of members and spectators as the region emerges from the coronavirus lockdown, Tweed Nationals MP Geoff Provest has announced.
“Sport is a big deal for locals and these modest grants are tailored to make a big difference,” Mr Provest said.
“I am pleased to announce the Nationals in NSW Government have seen fit to fund these 22 local bids for sport and facility development and for sport access.”
Mr Provest said the grants would be used to buy uniforms and equipment, subsidise registration fees and for minor facility upgrades.
The winning organisations are Tweed Heads and Coolangatta Rowing Club; Pottsville Beach Soccer Club; Cabarita Beach Pony Club; Pottsville Beach Soccer Club; Cabarita Beach Surf Life Saving Club; Tweed Dragons; Tweed United Football Club; Bilambil Terranora Football Club; Tweed Netball Association; Salt Surf Life Saving Club; Tweed Heads Tennis Club; Kingscliff Junior Australian Football Club; Tweed Coast Outriggers; Cudgen Headland Netball Club; Salt Surf Life Saving Club; Northern Rivers Baseball League; Tweed Heads Croquet Club; Tweed District Judo Club; Kingscliff Boardriders Club; Tweed Byron Group 18 Junior Rugby League Club; Tweed Heads and Coolangatta Rowing Club; and Tweed Coast Outriggers
For more information, visit sport.nsw.gov.au