The Andrews Labor Government is helping Terang Mortlake Football Netball Club get players out on the field.
Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney today announced the club would receive $1,958.00 from the Government’s Sport and Recreation Emergency Equipment Grants program.
The grant allows the club to replace football equipment that was lost through theft.
Each year, the Andrews Government provides $30,000 through the Sport and Recreation Emergency Equipment Grants program.
It provides swift, practical support to get clubs up and running again in their time of need.
The Victorian Government is giving all Victorians the opportunity to play the sports they love, while embracing a more active and healthy lifestyle.
Since being elected, the Andrews Labor Government has invested more than $740 million in initiatives to make sure our suburban and regional clubs and our iconic sporting stadiums have the modern facilities they need to grow.
Quotes attributable to Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney
“Unfortunately our sporting clubs are sometimes targeted by vandals and thieves who damage and steal vital sporting equipment. We want to ensure these incidents don’t prevent clubs like Terang Mortlake Football Netball Club from operating.”
“Our emergency grants provide the lifeline clubs need so the game can go on.”