Funding to Help Local Sport Get Back in the Game

Local Sports clubs across Baulkham Hills have received funding for new equipment, programs, and facilities to get more people involved in sport following the awarding of grants under the NSW Government’s Local Sport Grant Program.

$50,000 was awarded for the following projects across the Baulkham Hills Electorate:

  • Norwest Swimming Club, for Race Starting Equipment.
  • Hills District Little Athletics Centre, for Website Upgrade, and Equipment.
  • Kellyville Bushrangers Junior Rugby League Club for Development and Education Program.
  • Impalas Netball Club, for Player
  • Skill & Development Program.
  • Renegades Rugby, for Registration subsidy and Equipment.
  • Hills Ultimate Frisbee Association, for Coaching Course, Beginner
  • Women’s Tournament, and Youth Clothing & Equipment.
  • Hills District Junior Rugby League Club for Clothing & Equipment.

Baulkham Hills MP, David Elliott, said the grants would help local clubs to get more people involved in sport.

“Sport is a way of life in the Baulkham Hills community,” Mr Elliott said. “These grants provide essential funds to our local clubs for programs, equipment and facilities that will enable more people of all ages and abilities to participate in sport.”

“Projects funded by the Local Sport Grant Program will play a vital role in bringing communities together and give people the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of sport.

“With community sporting competitions returning to normal following two pandemic-affected seasons, these grants will support both people returning to sport and those participating for the first time.”

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