Bowral FC kicking goals with grant

CLOSER TO ITS GOAL: Bowral Football Club (FC) has received a $45,450 grant from the state government’s community building partnership grants. Photo: File

CLOSER TO ITS GOAL: Bowral Football Club (FC) has received a $45,450 grant from the state government’s community building partnership grants. Photo: File

Bowral Football Club (FC) has received a $45,450 grant from the state government’s community building partnership grants.

The funds will contribute to drainage repairs at Stephens Park in Bowral.

Drainage has affected the grounds since the 70s, and after significant rain, training and games are often cancelled.

Bowral FC president Craig McIntosh said repairs to the grounds would benefit the wider community.

“Repairs will benefit our club, the cricketers and the casual users of the grounds,” McIntosh said.

McIntosh said as the funds only covered part of the repair costs, the club still hoped to secure further funding.

“If any local businesses put money towards the project, we would give them recognition as a sponsor,” he said.

Call 0455 544 228 if you can assist with funding.

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