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23 June, 2022

Sporting organisations get funding boost

Council will provide almost $240,000 in funding support for 13 local sporting and recreational organisations through the latest 2021/2022 Go Clubs Infrastructure Grant.

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The Go Clubs Infrastructure grant assists local sport, recreation, arts, culture, and community organisations with the development of improved facilities. 

Successful grant recipients are: 

• Babinda Golf Club Inc: $16,910 for shed roof replacement 

• Cairns & District Darts Association Inc: $18,425 to upgrade and repair the roofs on the darts hall and dance hall 

• Cairns City Kennel Club Inc: $22,728 for the rectification of the veranda and associated drainage works 

• Cairns Model Aero Club Inc: $25,000 to develop the new Model Aero Club flying fields 

• Cairns Yacht Club Inc: $16,000 to install dinghy racking 

• Earlville Pony Club Inc: $14,910 to undertake stable maintenance and associated compliance works 

• Edge Hill United Football Club Inc: $22,728 to upgrade fire systems 

• Edge Hill/Whitfield Progress Association Inc: $18,182 to upgrade the roof in preparation for solar installation 

• Freshwater Tennis Club Inc: $22,714 to upgrade the external staircase 

• Half Moon Bay Golf Club Inc: $13,000 to develop a tree and vegetation management plan 

• Mulgrave Combined Cricket Association Inc: $13,000 to resurface cricket wickets 

• Redlynch Equestrian Association Inc: $13,041 to undertake stable maintenance and upgrades 

• Trinity Beach Bulldogs Netball Club Inc: $22,728 to construct a new netball court (Note: All grants are ex-GST)

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