The Casino Town and Junction Hill community tennis clubs have aced their applications for NSW Government tennis grants according to Clarence Nationals MP Chris Gulaptis.
“Casino Town Tennis Club gets $24,100 to upgrade three courts with synthetic grass. The club is well known for its strong ties to the local community, including schools so this investment is going to benefit many more people beyond the club membership,” Mr Gulaptis said.
“Junction Hill Tennis Club has won a modest $1200 to serve up a family fun sports nights to promote juniors to become active and enjoy sport and perhaps highlight another way parents can use one of their Active Kids vouchers.”
Mr Gulaptis said the Nationals in Government were investing millions into grassroots regional NSW tennis from the anticipated profits of the ATP Cup, which NSW will host at Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney next year.
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