Ten sports organisations to share $13,000 in sports grants

Wyong MP, David Harris, with members of Norah Head Surfing Fraternity

The golf practice area at Toukley Golf Club will be upgraded, thanks to a $13,360 grant through the State Government’s Local Sport Grant Program.

Wyong MP, David Harris, announced 10 recipients in Wyong electorate, including $2,000 for Toukley Netball Club to conduct umpiring and coaching clinics with elite netball players.

“I’m really happy to be spreading the good news to our successful applicants in the program,” Harris said.

“Sport and active recreation is important, contributing significantly to our health, economy, social wellbeing and the liveability of our communities.”

Central Coast Hockey Association, which is based in Wyong, will receive $15,000 for the installation of security doors on the clubhouse entrance.

Norah Head Surfing Fraternity will purchase new competition rash shirts with its $1,000, while Norah Head Women in the Waves will buy a laptop, iPads, dongle and software for live scoring with their $4,220 grant.

The Entrance Water Polo Club received $2,000 for water polo caps, goals and an equipment storage cabinet.

Titans Swimming Club will hold a regional swimming carnival with its $2,680 and Wyong Warriors Sports Club will host a multi-sport gala day with its $5,000 grant.

Wyong Rugby League Club will purchase $5,000 worth of club uniforms for the men and women of Bateau Bay Bowling Club, and Wyong Warriors Sports Club’s $2,000 grant will go towards a club strategy workshop.

Sue Murray