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Local Sport Grant Program - 2022/23 Grant Recipients

Program Function -   The Local Sport Grant Program aims to support grassroots sporting clubs to increase participation, host events, improve access and enhance sport and recreation facilities. Up to $4.65 million is available in 2022/23 to support sporting organisations across NSW with $50,000 available in each electorate and grants of up to $10,000 available for individual projects. The Local Sport Grant Program aims to increase regular and on-going participation opportunities in sport in NSW. Through this Program the Office of Sport is working towards our goals to achieve:

  • Participation: Everyone in NSW participating in sport and active recreation throughout their life
  • Places and Spaces: Everyone in NSW having access to places and spaces for sport and active recreation.
  • Sustainability: The sector continues to grow sport and active recreation across NSW.

Program Term -   Applications opened on Monday 17 October 2022, closed on Monday 21 November 2022 and grants were announced in February 2023. Projects are expected to commence by February 2023 and be completed by July 2024.

Applicants:  A total of 869 applications were submitted for consideration, 592* of which were successful. The total amount awarded through Local Sport Grant Program 2022/23 is $3,561,133.59* for projects with a total value including co-contributions of $ $6,141,035.90.

Probity: The Office of Sport engages an independent probity advisor to oversee its grant programs. The role of the probity advisor is to ensure program administration satisfies probity principles of impartiality, fairness, accountability, confidentiality and achieves policy objectives. In doing this the probity advisor:

  • Reviews and provides feedback on key program documents
  • Provides clarifications to queries when required
  • Recommends management action for conflicts of interest and any other probity issues that arise
  • Attends assessment meetings to ensure, amongst other things, that assessment criteria are applied diligently, and the assessment is based on information provided by applicants.

With respect to this particular grant program, the probity advisor confirms the process was open and fair and there are no outstanding probity issues.

Source Agency:  The NSW Office of Sport administered the Program on behalf of the NSW Government. Final decisions on the award of funding were made by the Minister for Sport.

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Recipient Organisation Recipient Location LGA Project Title Project Location Total Amount Awarded Brief Project Description
Sloths Dragonboat Club Council Of The City Of Sydney Sloths Dragonboat Safety Upgrade Bank Street, Pyrmont $3,502.00 SLOTHS Dragonboat Club, established in 2000, based in Pyrmont and is one of Sydney’s most popular clubs, active in local, NSW, Nationals and World Championship Regatta events.

To cater for its members, both social and competitive paddlers, equipment is needed to ensure that safety of participants and the longevity of the Club in the future is sustained by providing the best environment available.  The benefit to participants is based around long term health and fitness, enabling the Club to continue to deliver a safe training environment, and supporting individual members to pursue representative honours at the State and National level.
Renegades Rugby Incorporated The Hills Shire Council Renegades Canteen Upgrade Kellvyille Park Field 5 $3,000.00 Renegades Rugby is updating its canteen facilities to include more advanced Point of Sale, better food preparation, and increased security for storage of merchandise.
Terrigal Wamberal Rugby League and Youth Club Central Coast Council Upgrade of Changeroom and bathroom facilities Brendan Franklin Oval $10,000.00 Terrigal Wamberal Rugby League and Youth Club would like to upgrade our current changeroom and bathroom facilities at our clubhouse.  We currently have limited facilities for our female participants, and people with disabilities.  With an upgrade to these areas, we will encourage more female participants and people with disabilities to be able to enjoy the facilities and engage  in the sport of rugby league.
Broken Hill Pistol Club Inc. Broken Hill City Council Evaporative Cooler And Insulation For The Broken Hill Pistol Club Broken Hill Pistol Club $5,002.00 The 3x25m outdoor shooting bays of the Broken Hill Pistol Club have always had corrugated iron roofs and walls. There is no insulation or lining. In Broken Hill the temperatures often exceed 40 degrees, nearly 50 degrees in the bays. Insulation and the provision of an evaporative cooler and insulation would help members manage the extreme temperatures of summer. The club is looking for external funding so they can purchase and install insulation and an industrial evaporative cooler.
City United District Cricket Club Inc. Maitland City Council City United District Cricket Club Securing Our Legacy Robins Oval $4,497.80 Restructuring our club to become modern, agile and more effective at promoting our sport and providing access to cricket to the broader community. Throughout the off-season, our club executive have been developing a Club Strategic Plan and updating our Constitution. We are inviting members to attend a session to unpack the Strategic document.  Thereafter, we are seeking to undertake training to develop an Operational and Revenue plan to sustain our growth over the next 3-5 years. This will assist us to work closely with other user groups the Maitland Park Recreation Board.
Cabramatta Bowling and Recreation Club  Ltd Eurobodalla Shire Council Provision Of Playing and Coaching Equipment At Club Malua Club Malua $3,790.00 Provision of 10 sets of lawn bowls suited to individuals with strength limitations, including children and youth. Without appropriate equipment, being smaller and lighter bowls, the ability to deliver the sport to the entire community is restricted.

An additional benefit is the ability to use the same equipment to promote the sport and opportunities it provides to the community and club members.
Wollongong District Cricket Club Wollongong City Council Equipment and Apparel North Dalton Park $5,500.00 Looking to cover the cost of Balls for all teams and also Hooded Jumpers for our junior teams. We have Male and Female participants of all ages and the cost of cricket continues to increase signifcantly causing it to be extremely hard to maintain and encourage return participation. We are hopeful that this grant will allow us to attract more players by decreasing registration and also offering some apparel in a Hoodie to give out.
North Turramurra Football Club Ku-ring-gai Council New Player Uniforms and Training Equipment Samuel King Oval $5,272.00 North Turramurra FC is a community club. We're a club with a long history of serving our

local community since foundation in 1957. We encourage male and female participation

with affordable registration costs. Our 2022 registration numbers were approx. 469 players

which was a 12% increase on 2021. Our participation rates continue to increase post COVID, hence a need for our club to seek subsidized funding for additional player uniforms and training

equipment to service members and projected increases in participation and a strong interest in female participation. These funds will be vital in servicing members and supporting our volunteers.
Fairfield Phoenix Baseball Club Fairfield City Council Pitching Machine for baseball batting practice. Fairfield Baseball Park $6,000.00 The project is to increase participation in baseball by installing a pitching machine to upgrade the training facilities at the Fairfield Baseball Park. Access to better training facilities will help re-build membership, re-establish a junior and a women’s team and generate better utilisation of the Park compared to forty years ago when the club had a pitching machine.

This pitching machine will enable all players and teams to improve batting performance and will also help the players avoid travelling longer distances to venues where they have to pay by the hour for the use of these machines and facility.
The Bundanoon Tennis Club Wingecarribee Shire Council LED lighting upgrade for 3 tennis courts Bundanoon Tennis Club $10,000.00 Upgrade to LED lighting which includes removal & disposal of existing lighting & supply and install new LED fittings on existing poles including new cabling. Aim is to improve lighting to meet Australian standard for Club Competition.
Parkes Bowling and Sports Club Ltd Parkes Shire Council Parkes Bowling and Sports Club Shade And Shelter Project 6 Cecile Street, Parkes NSW 2870 $2,275.00 PBSC has two bowling greens and one futsal field. In between each green and the futsal field there is seating for bowlers and futsal players and spectators which consists of shade cloth fastened to structured frames over the top. Some of the existing shade cloth has been removed due to ageing and deterioration. The remaining shade cloth is deteroriated. The aim of our project is to replace all the shade cloth to enable all community members and bowlers to have shelter from the sun and heat especially during the hot summers we experience here in the Central West of NSW.
Woollahra Colleagues Rugby Union Football Club Woollahra Municipal Council Canteen update Woollahra Oval Number 2 $6,890.00 We would like to improve our canteen facilities which are severely outdated.  Currently we cool drinks in a large tub with ice with fridges and a deep freezer to be able to store unused BBQ produce between games
Orange & District Soccer Association Orange City Council Summer 2023 Orange & District Female Football Academy Sir Jack Brabham Park $4,941.00 The Orange & District Football Association is seeking monetary assistance to help fund a female football program named the Orange & District Female Football Academy.

This Academy will take place in the Spring /Summer of 2023 targeting ODFA female junior and youth age groups (U10’s -U14’s). The funding will go towards the cost of Coaches, guest Coaches, squad uniforms & equipment.

The academy would provide both individual and team development for all girls wishing to improve their football, preparing them to possibly represent the Association in the Western Youth League or progress to even higher levels of the game.
Teralba Bowling Club Lake Macquarie City Council Sail Shades Teralba Bowling Club $10,000.00 Sail shades to cover seating area outside of club for spectators
Western Suburbs Lawn Tennis Association Limited Inner West Council Fencing & gates for coaching courts & garbage gate Pratten Park $10,000.00 Installation of gates on Arthur Street access to coaching courts directly and erection of fencing and gates to enclose coaching courts to comply with safe guarding children. It is the club priority when coaching is in progress. The club is running Rally4Ever for people with mental illness or socially isolated on behalf of Inner West Council this fence will assist greatly with keeping the balls within the court area, which will make it easier for the participants to pick up the balls in a confined area due to their limited mobility in some cases. The balls go outside court area.
La Perouse Pony Club Randwick City Council Rider Development Bunnerong Equestrian Park $3,000.00 Provide coaching and lesson opportunities to our members with some of Australia's best riders and coaches such as Sam Lyle, Charlie Brister, etc. To be taken place during pony club rally days at our grounds.
Mountains Fencing Club Inc. Blue Mountains City Council Increasting participation with technology Mid Mountains Neighbourhood Centre $2,720.00 Wireless electronic scoring gear helps fencers improve their game through accurate registration of hits, gain experience for competitions, and helps fencers get more fencing at training as they can switch between fencers and weapons with speed and ease. Adding these systems to our club will help us run more fencing pistes at training to reduce fencers waiting time and increase participation. This additional equipment will also enable us to run some larger 'come and try' events to introduce groups of people to the sport.
Jamberoo Tennis Club Inc. The Council Of The Municipality Of Kiama Court 4 Resurfacing 2022 Jamberoo Tennis Club $10,000.00 Replace artificial grass surface on Tennis Court 4
Stuarts Point Mens Bowls Kempsey Shire Council Shade Cloth for two bowling greens and fixing uprights Stuarts Point Mens Bowling Club $6,400.00 The old shade cloth and the ferrels that run on the wire lines are worn and ripped need replacing
Berry Shoalhaven Heads Rugby League Football Club Inc Shoalhaven City Council Berry Shoalhaven Heads Magpies Launch Program Berry Showground $3,000.00 We plan on hosting a major season launch to help attract new players to our club. We have been struggling with player numbers severely for several years now.
Northmead Bowling, Recreation and Sporting Club Limited City Of Parramatta Council Final of Lawn Bowls State Pennants Northmead Bowling and Recreation and Sporting Club $8,000.00 Final of Lawn Bowls State Pennants

Elimination rounds thought-out the State are to be conducted over 3 months, early in 2023. Depending on geography/climate, elimination rounds may be conducted at differing times.

In July 2023 the qualifying 16 teams will assemble in Northmead for a 3 day tournament to determine the State Champion.

Each team consists of 12 players, plus reserves, officials and in many cases are also accompanied by a supporter group.

16 Teams are divided into 4 pools who play a 3 game "round robin" the four winners proceed to a semi final and eventually a final.
The Golfie Young Hilltops Council Golf Cart Paths Young Golf Course $8,000.00 Due to above average rainfall in recent years, water is unable to drain from in numerous parts of the course. This is a particular concern on holes 15 and 16 which run adjacent to each other. This has proven to be an ongoing, annual issue resulting in inactivity and cessation of play during these rainfall events, forcibly causing closure to players since July. We propose that the funding go towards the installation of a  cart path in and around these aforementioned areas to allow access.

If successful this project will be undertaken by local volunteers and a contractor.
Chester Hill Hornets Sports Netball Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Hornets Getting Ready Program Deverall Park $8,500.00*

* Not accepted by applicant. Offer withdrawn by Office of Sport.

Training programs for players, coaches and umpires 8 week program to help develop the up and coming
Denman Pony Club Muswellbrook Shire Council Denman Pony Club Zero Turn Mower Denman Pony Club Grounds $10,000.00 We would like to buy a xero turn lawn mower so our members do not have to use push mowers to mow acres of grounds to maintain our club facilities.
Berkeley Netball Club INC Wollongong City Council Subsidised Registration Player fees & New Equipment Fred Finch Park $5,000.00 Subsidised Registration for players to help support costs of rising Registration to families each year. We have held our registration same price for the last 3 years to support our players at a cost to the club where grants support the clubs in future years & families who are poor within our community we seek to fund those players so they too can experience Netball. We also need desperate funds for much needed New exquipment to replace our Training & Game balls, Bibs, Gear bags, Pumps and sport shoes to players who cant afford new shoes that are falling apart.
Redhead Bowling Club Co-op Ltd Lake Macquarie City Council Redhead Bowling Club Bowling Green Lights Club Redhead $10,000.00 To replace unusable Green Lighting by Supply and install of 16 new high quality commercial grade LED 480W Flood Lights.
Cooks River Titans Football Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Gough Whitlam Park Amenities - Electrical and Plumbing Gough Whitlam Park $9,100.00 The project will consist of rewiring existing electrical work in the canteen as well as providing lighting to the awning adjacent to the amenities building. Also included in the scope is additional stormwater work/connections required from the awning to the stormwater system.
Kellyville Kolts Soccer Club The Hills Shire Council Junior Development Programs Bernie Mullane Sports Complex $10,000.00 Providing players from U8 to U17 ball mastery skills training. Kellyville Kolts runs Ball Mastery skills training every Monday throughout the whole season. We have approximately 100 players attending.
Kingscliff Boardriders Club Tweed Shire Council Kingscliff Boardriders Live Heats Kingscliff Main Beach $5,487.00 Our boardriders club wishes to implement a live scoring and competition management system for our monthly club rounds - called Live Heats. The system will enable our club to accept registrations and memberships, organise our competition schedule and publish real time updates for our members and streamline our judging system live - from the judging tent on our local Kingscliff Beach. In order to run this we will require a generator. We also plan on running a judging course for our junior members with a focus on more female judges getting involved.
Cardiff Rugby League Football Club Lake Macquarie City Council Scoreboard upgrade Cardiff No1 oval $8,585.50 To supply and fit digital scoreboard
Goulburn Club Goulburn Mulwaree Council Goulburn Club - Replace roof to squash court Goulburn $10,000.00 Goulburn Club - Replace roof to squash court
Fernances Creek Riding Club Cessnock City Council Fernances Creek Dressage Arena Fernances Creek $3,200.00 Purchase high quality PVC portable dressage arena for use on existing grassed arena.
Cessnock Amateur Swim Club Cessnock City Council CACS Swim Program Cessnock Pool $6,725.00 * Fund Aust Swim accreditation for older teens in the club.

* Fund pool entry for club participants on club nights & swim coaching sessions.

* Fund Masters Club fees to encourage masters to join the club - new event introduced.

* Fund Swim Coaching event through 'The Swim Squad' to improve skill development and health awareness of club participants.
Bellambi Football Club Inc. Wollongong City Council New Sports Field Line Marker Elizabeth Park $3,200.00 Purchase of a new sports field line marker. Our current line marker is in excess of 10 years old and has come to its end of life. The new line marker will be used by our volunteers to mark our main playing field, as well as our secondary playing and training fields.
Wee Waa Soccer Club Incorporated Narrabri Shire Council Wee Waa United FC Training, Game and Development Program Cook Oval $9,208.00 We are looking to provide training and development resources to our club and it's participants in the Wee Waa and surrounds area in order to promote community involvement in local sport and recreation activities by providing the club with the tools necessary to deliver a more professional development program for football, thereby encouraging both participants who have never played before to get involved and participants with a history in the sport to get involved in both participating in the sport as well as supporting the development of others interested through training and practice.
Hawkesbury Canoe Classic Assoc  Inc Hawkesbury City Council Hawkesbury Canoe Classic Macquarie Park $5,000.00 Dedicated Volunteer Committee HCC Assoc hold annually in October, Hawkesbury Canoe Classic, a challenging overnight 111 kms physical paddling event on the Hawkesbury River from Windsor to Mooney Mooney. HCC provides mass participation for paddlers recreational to elite. Entrants from all communities are welcome. Expectations are that  entrants have trained for the challenging event, mandatory they respect officials, other entrants, rules and safety. HCC cannot be held without support from approx 400 volunteers, land crews (usually family and friends), waterfront landowners and various volunteer organizations who ensure safety at 20 checkpoints for an estimated 300 entrants.
City of Sydney Basketball Association Council Of The City Of Sydney City of Sydney Basketball Association Coaching Program Alexandria Basketball Stadium $8,592.00 Course Accreditation/Education for City of Sydney Basketball Association Coaches on Intellectual Disabilities. Includes a face-to-face 3-4 hour workshop with Special Olympics Australia. Following the workshop, running an inclusive weekly one and a half hour training session specifically for Intellectual Disabilities, to cater their needs best.
Wenden Swimming Club Liverpool City Council Wenden Swim Club - Uniforms / Electronic Equipment Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre $9,149.00 Purchase of uniforms for the swim club, including but not limited to swim caps, towels, shirts, shorts and backpacks.  All in swim club colours and featuring our club logo.

Purchase of laptop and ipads for the swim club to automate official club records and time keeping detail at club race nights.  All currently done manually.
Casuarina Hockey Club Tweed Shire Council Hockey Goals Casuarina Hockey fields $10,000.00 Casuarina hockey is looking to Replacing broken Hockey Goals at our field, so we can hold training and games for all our members both junior and seniors boys and girls Men and women players
Singleton Bowling Club Singleton Council Increase Membership Singleton Bowling Club $5,000.00 To assist club to finance public events in an effort to increase publicity of the Bowling Club and recruit new members to a recreational sport
Hornsby Kuringgai Basketball Association The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Replacement Of Broken Scoreboards Thornleigh Indoor Sports Stadium, The Brickpit. $10,000.00 The scoreboards at the Brickpit have been in constant operation for the life of the stadium, over 15 years. These have been pieced back together many times over the years but have finally reached an age that can no longer be maintained and now several have failed. The HKBA would like to help fund the upgrade of the equipment to future proof and modernize the facilities so that we can continue to run competitions within the stadium 7 nights a week across 4 courts servicing primarily basketball but also netball and volleyball for the greater community and schools.
Dungog Memorial Bowls Dungog Shire Council Shade Protection for Social Bowlers Dungog Bowling Club $3,271.00 The Bowling Club has a grass green set aside for Social Community Bowls and use by under 14 year old junior players.  During the summer months we anticipate hosting several social bowls events every weekend targeting new bowlers and juniors.  Appropriate shade shelters  would improve sun safety for players and enhance the playing experience thereby increasing the uptake of this sport significantly.  We also have a significant older demographic who would benefit from shading and attend bowls on a more frequent basis.
Southern Spirit Cricket Club Central Coast Council Southern Spirit Cricket Club - Women's Cricket Program Rogers Park $5,000.00 To increase both junior and senior womens participation in cricket locally the Southern Spirit Cricket Clubs requests funding to better equip our female teams. This funding would help the club purchase training and playing clothing and equipment. This funding would be essential in the attraction, development and retention of female club members and the broader cricketing community.
Mayfield Bowling Club Cooperative Ltd Newcastle City Council Have A Try At Bowls Mayfield Bowling Club Cooperative LTD $6,000.00 To encourage particiaption in lawn bowls the Mayfield Bowling Club would like to purchase 6 commercial picnic tables that would be designated for people playing lawn bowls. We have found because we don't have tables specifically designated for people to come along and enjoy a game of bowls that this discourages people from playing. If we had this, it would encourage people to play lawn bowls and allow us to provide a quality service and meet our community need.
Sydney Bears Ice Hockey Club Ryde City Council Sydney Bears Hockey School Macquarie Ice Rink $8,136.00 Sydney Bears Hockey School is the Sydney Bears Ice Hockey Club's  development program and is the intermediary step between learning to skate and playing ice hockey at a competitive level. It is an important part of the Sydney Bears recruitment of new members. Hockey School is a 20 week program to be run from Sunday 8th October 2023 till Sunday 10th March  2024 at Macquarie Ice Rink. Hockey School looks to teach the basics of ice hockey and equip all participants with the necessary base skills and techniques to play a competitive game.
Cronulla Seagulls Football Club Sutherland Shire Council Synthetic Cricket Pitch Covers Woolooware Oval $6,367.00 This project focuses on replacing the old synthetic grass covers that are used during the winter season to cover the cricket pitch in the middle of Woolooware Oval. The current covers come in 8 rolls and are starting to degrade making their use unsafe for footballers and park users during the winter months. Included in this request is a new storage rack and moving rollers to ensure our volunteers who raise and lay these covers each year do not injure themselves (our current covers are needed to be pulled behind a car to get into place).
Central Charlestown Junior Rugby League Lake Macquarie City Council Central Charlestown Junior And Senior Rugby League Club Scoreboard St John Oval $3,000.00 A regional rugby league club, Central Charlestown Juniors, request $3,000 as a contribution towards a portable electronic scoreboard costing $13,000, assisting it to provide a quality service to our members, enhance the existing facility and meet community needs.

The purchase of this equipment for the club is only possible through the Local Sport Grant Program. The grant allows the club to attract female players for an additional team in 2023 and prioritise its fund raising to supporting its Indigenous Round, a round that sets the expectation for all junior Hunter and Lake Mac clubs to follow.
Gladesville Gymnastics Club Ryde City Council Vaulting towards 2032 Gladesville Gymnastics Club $6,000.00 Purchase of a new, Olympic standard vaulting table.
Holroyd Rangers Soccer Club Cumberland Council Electronic Scoreboard Guildford West Sports Ground $10,000.00 Aquiring and installing Electronic Scoreboard
Coffs Coast Bodyboarding Association Coffs Harbour City Council Coffs Coast Bodyboarding 2023 Coffs Coast State Park $5,664.00 CCBA are entering the digital age and looking to purchase a equipment to assist us in running events with the latest digital assets and software
Australian Chinese Sports Club Blacktown City Council Summer Cup Soccer Touranment Lily's Footbal Stadium Seven Hills $9,000.00 This Australian Chinese Sports Club (ACSC) is organising a Summer Cup of Soccer competition for 14 Sundays that involves just under 200 players.
Baulkham Hills Baseball Club City Of Parramatta Council Equipment Purchase Northmead Reserve $3,000.00 purchase ride on lawn mower and trailer to assist volunteers in preparing the ground each week to play.
Alstonville Swimming Club Ballina Shire Council Alstonville Swimming Club Development Alstonville Aquatic Centre $3,400.00 Alstonville Swimming Club has grown significantly over the last few years.We have a number of swimmers who participate at high levels, National, State and Country Championships.

As the club has continues to grow, our equipment is aging in which we are starting to have technical issues, which can impact our weekly club nights and qualifying carnivals.

The club is looking at replacing our starting and timing systems, also looking at electronic marshalling boards for our qualifying carnivals.
Forster Tuncurry Athletics Club Mid-coast Council Replacement/Upgrade of Athletics and Maintenance Equipment. Tuncurry Sports Complex $4,000.00 The Forster Tuncurry Athletics Club currently has approximately 90 Registered Little and Senior Athletes with approximately 20 extra Trialists from the Little Athletics program. This is a 200% increase from the previous year of around 30 athletes. At the current time we have limited Athletics Competition and Maintenance Equipment to provide so that Athletes can participate in events during Club meets. The Clubs project is to purchase Starting Blocks, Timing watches and Ground Marking Equipment. These items fall within the "Barriers To Participation" guidelines as without them we cannot run events, allow athletes to train/compete or be recorded.
Hillston Swans Football & Netball Club Inc Carrathool Shire Council Hillston Swans Netball Uniforms Stan Peters Oval - Hillston NSW $3,915.00 The project is to provide new netball uniforms for the growing number of young girls and women who participate in the local and regional netball competitions.  With the rising costs of living, if we can assist in providing the required uniform then it supports the ability of players being able to participate in the competition and thereby contributes to the involvement of girls and women, including our Aboriginal community in sport and to the development of a physically and mentally healthy strong local rural community.
Wiradjuri Goannas Women's Rugby League Club Dubbo Regional Council Wiradjuri Goanna's Women's 9s Gala Day Apex Oval Dubbo $3,500.00 The project aims to increase female participation within the Western and Far West Region via a 9s gala day to provide an opportunity for women to enter teams for a 9 a side gala day. The day will be hosted by the Goannas club with an invitation sent to clubs throughout the West and Far West area and also provide an opportunity for clubs competing in the Western Women's Rugby League competition to advertise.
Wests Junior Rugby Club Inc. City Of Canada Bay Council Wests Jnrs Girls Rugby Program St Lukes Park $9,854.00 West Juniors is committed to a focus on increasing engagement and participation with females. We currently operate a successful Girls Rugby 7's Program including participating in the Sydney Juniors Rugby Union competition. In addition to this, Wests Juniors are launching a female academy, which will provide a pathway for young girls from 12 years of age right through to the pinnacle of rugby participation with West Harbour Rugby Club.  This program will be its first of its kind in Sydney Junior Rugby Union.
Swansea-Caves Junior Rugby League Football Club Lake Macquarie City Council Day for the Pens (Female Swans) Parbury Oval $2,200.00 Over the past 4 seasons the Swansea Caves Junior Rugby league football club has grown its membership base from 58 to 178 members. 

A number of participants are female and has seen an increase of female participation from 1 or 2 to nearly 15 in the Junior Rugby League club. 

The Swansea Caves would like to conduct the Day for the Pens gala day with 10 teams with the cost covered through the grant to promote grass roots rugby league 6-9 year old girls.
Eastlakes Sports Club Ltd Bayside Council Multi-sports for our Younger Community Eastlakes Sports Club $5,075.00 As part of the transformation of our Sports Club from being a traditional 'Bowlo' for the older community, the club members (at our recent AGM) voted unanimously for a Resolution that the Directors create a vision for the club that focuses on providing a range of fun, structured sports and cultural activities for our culturally diverse and burgeoning community of Eastlakes (and surrounding suburbs).  Our goal is to attract younger visitors, who in turn become members of the future.  Eastlakes is transforming from what was once a low socio-economic community to one that has younger more affluent families moving in.
Port Kembla Pumas Wollongong City Council Goal Post Upgrade King George V Oval $5,896.00 We would like to obtain new mobile goal posts (socketed) Full size posts. The full size socketed posts will assist Wollongong City Council (labour and machine hire) and provide opportunities for the local community all year round. This will allow the club to hold more pre-season games from teams from different areas with potential after game functions at a supporting club facility.
SLOTHS Dragonboat Club Council Of The City Of Sydney Sloths Fitness Improvement Program Bank Street, Pyrmont $2,217.00 SLOTHS Dragonboat Club, established in 2000, based in Pyrmont and is one of Sydney’s most popular clubs, active in local, NSW, Nationals and World Championship Regatta events.

Our aim is to build and develop our members through guided Boxing and fitness sessions in addition to health and wellbeing workshops

for our paddlers to be stronger (both physically and mentally) and more competitive.
The Entrance Cricket Club Central Coast Council The Entrance Cricket Club Portable Pitch Jubilee Oval $2,743.00 Our Junior Girls and Boys programs have grown 100% in the past 3 seasons and we now have a need to maximise the space in which we can run our Blasters program and our Junior Format Cricket which now includes U10's and a Girls Sixers Side. We are looking to purchase a portable pitch called a Flicx Pitch which will allow us to potentially run more games and activities out of Jubilee Park which is usually a training and senior turf wicket facility. We anticipate this purchase will allow us to continue to grow our playing numbers.
Central Coast Dolphins Touch Association Central Coast Council Increase Participation in Touch Football Garnet Adcock Memorial Park $3,000.00 To continue to increase participation in the sport, for both males and females, by providing opportunities for playing, coaching and refereeing.
Leichhardt Saints Football Club Inner West Council Uniform items for U6 and U7 players KING GEORGE OVAL $4,680.00 This project targets our youngest players, encouraging parents to register their children in a team sport. We aim to grow this segment of our membership to support children's development and skills, and encouraging them to participate in sport throughout their lives.

We provide a jersey to all players each year, however uniforms also require specific socks and shorts. This is an added expense for families as children grow quickly meaning items need constant replacing. By providing U6/U7 players with a set of socks and shorts each, we hope to make the sport more affordable and accessible for all families.
Nelson Bay Junior Rugby League Football Clun Inc Port Stephens Council Coaches and team staff education Salamander Sports Complex $5,000.00 Funds will be used to provide accreditation and training for all coaches from Under 6's through to Under 17's and sports trainer accreditation courses including first aid for all teams to have qualified team staff at every game as required by the nsw rugby league rules.
Paterson Tennis Club Inc Dungog Shire Council Cleaning Court Surface Paterson Sportsground Reserve $2,860.00 Removal of mould and rejuvenate the existing court surface.  Ongoing wet weather conditions has rendered one of the courts unplayable and the other one usable but not ideal. Cleaning the surfaces would not only encourage more community use, it would also allow more players on the court.
Paterson Cricket Club Dungog Shire Council New synthetic pitches and Seating Paterson Sportsground $10,000.00 New Synthetic practice pitch for nets and new seating for players and spectators
Dobroyd Aquatic Club Inc City Of Canada Bay Council Replace Deck Rodd Park $8,500.00 Replace degraded deck used to access Iron Cove by Dobroyd Aquatic Club, a club which includes a mixed fleet of Junior and senior sailing craft, Sailability, Deaf sailing NSW, Radio controlled racing, and the largest windsurfer fleet in Australia. The club is an accredited Australian Sailing Discover Sailing centre; conducting learn to sail courses for children and adults.The deck is the only access to the water for Sailability sailors and is increasingly unsuitable for wheelchairs and mobility canes used by our members. The deck is also used by rowers and dragon boats for regattas, and the public.
Douglas Park Tennis Club Inc Wollondilly Shire Council Douglas Park Tennis Club Automated Lighting Control Douglas park tennis Club $3,500.00 Purchase and installation of the BCS automated lighting control system to compliment the Club Spark online court hire and access system.

The BCS automated lighting system will be installed at the Douglas Park Tennis Club and integrated with the existing online court hire, payment and access system.

The Committee of Douglas Park Tennis club will manage the project in the following aspects.

1. Communicate with Tennis NSW to purchase system.

2. Committee members in kind will install the system. (Licenced NSW electrical contractor)

3. Integration with Club Spark.

4. Advertise via email campaign and website of project completion.
Ballina Bin Chooks Water Polo Club Ballina Shire Council Ballina Bin Chooks Waterpolo program Ballina memorial Swimming Pool $3,992.00 The newly established Ballina Bin chooks Water polo club endeavors to improve accessibility and improvement in participation and skill level for local participants, especially women. We are the first and only official incorporated water polo club in Ballina,  by establishing a  stronger presence, improving communication and promoting the club in the local community it is envisaged we will increase club numbers.  By providing training opportunities and access to uniform and equipment we hope to further improve skill level and social engagement of club members.
Richmond River Sailing & Rowing Club Ballina Shire Council Pacer sails Richmond River $3,700.00 New sails for seven club sailing boats that are used for sailing lessons for new members.

New rudders for two boats that are old and worn.
East Hills Baseball Club Association Incorporated Canterbury-bankstown Council Batting Tunnel Surface Kelso Park North Sporting Complex $10,000.00 To supply and install synthetic grass flooring to the previously constructed outdoor batting tunnels at our baseball club grounds.
Schofields Junior Rugby League Club Incorporated Blacktown City Council Game Day Set Up Galungara Park, Farmland Drive Schofields $5,000.00 We are starting a new rugby league club, this project is to set up the kids with all the training gear they will need.
Artarmon Maestros Cricket Club Willoughby City Council Artarmon Maestros Cricket Club Development Program Artarmon Reserve $8,620.00 AMCC would like to reach out to wider community for which we need to improve our resources such as building club website, come and try day, organizing social tournaments etc. This will also be helpful to start enrolling women and kids into the club.

To encourage more community members to the club we need to improve our skills for which we need improve our skills by letting couple of our club members run through coaching courses so they can help improve the skills of enrolling players.
Bathurst District Football Bathurst Regional Council Resurfacing of damaged and worm out areas on fields. Proctor Park Bathurst $2,000.00 Resurfacing of damaged and worm out areas on fields one and three on Proctor Park. The existing areas will be dug out and replacement turf laid. Bathurst Regional Council will remove the old turf and Bathurst District will engage the services of a professional landscaper to replace the turf with a more suitable product.
West Wallsend Junior Rugby League Club Incorporated Lake Macquarie City Council WWJRL - Partitions Installed in sheds for womans privacy Les Wakeman Oval, West Wallsend $10,000.00 Currently the junior teams share the sheds we would like to install laminate partitions in the sheds to provide privacy for the young girls getting changed before and after the games as currently there are no privacy screens in the sheds.
Leichhardt Saints Football Club Inner West Council Veo Sports Camera and Accessories King George Oval $4,316.00 Leichhardt Saints Football Club requests funding to purchase and operate a Veo Sports Camera for our Club. This technology will allow us to offer coaches and teams match recordings for team feedback and allow them to enhance their training and skills development. We believe this tool will be an asset to our club in attracting and retaining players, and also offering a quality service to our members.
Milton Ulladulla Touch Football Association Shoalhaven City Council JSC Player And Coaching Development Frogs Holla $5,500.00 Obtain funds to meet the costs of accreditation and training of current and future coaches at both an introductory and advanced level to improve the skill of all junior participants at our local competition and also the competitiveness of our representative teams when competing at Carnivals against rural and metropolitan peers. Minimum coaching accreditation requirements are currently a barrier to participation at events for our junior as we have insufficient numbers of coaches to send more teams and the skills and knowledge of existing accredited coaches is inferior to peers meaning we are not competitive
Winston Hills Junior AFL incorporated City Of Parramatta Council Training Shirts & Specialised Training Sessions For Coaches & Players. Old Kings Oval Parramatta $2,585.00 The grant will be used to:

-Purchase training shirts for all players (Auskick, U10 & U12 girls) & give as part of the registration package. Provides an incentive for parents to register children to play AFL & reduce financial burden on families.

-Run Coach the Coach training sessions in the pre-season for parents & volunteers interested in coaching.

-Run specialised training for players delivered by professional coaches. Specialised training provides training methods for coaches to meet the mandatory accreditation requirements for the 2023 season & gives players activities to improve their skill level.
Ryde Dragon Boat Club Incorporated Ryde City Council Purchase equipment required to meet increasing membership growth Putney Park $7,257.00 Ryde Dragon Boat Club (Ryde DBC) has grown significantly since launching in Jan 2022 to over 75 members with new people trialling and joining each week. The club urgently needs more equipment to cater for the increased participation and continued growth. Ryde DBC has received funding for a third boat that enables more members to train regularly. Ryde DBC now needs additional paddles, PFDs and paddle bags to support this growth and the future growth. Ryde DBC coaches also require a paddling erg that will be used for crew selection and technique training on land.
Bay and Basin Amateur Swimming Club Shoalhaven City Council PA System and uniforms Bay And Basin Leisure Centre $4,000.00 Bay And Basin Swimming Club Would Like A New PA System To Replace The Old One That Isn't Working. We Use This At Our Club Nights, Time Trials And Carnivals. This Is An Important Piece Of Equipment So All Swimmers Know What Event Is On, Results, ETC. We Would Also Like To Supply All Our Swimmers That Represent The Club With A Swimming Cap And A Polo Shirt So They Look Apart Of A Team.
Malua Boardriders Inc Eurobodalla Shire Council Malua Bay Surf Sisters Albert Bamman Memorial Park $8,000.00 Our project aims to build a solid and foundational local surf culture that will inspire and support aspiring female surfers in an environment that is respectful, exciting and inclusive. The goals of this project are: 1. Provide and increase access to surfing for girls from all demographics including surfing initiatives for female Koori surfers 2. Connecting and involving recreational female surfers to build a strong, supportive and inclusive multigenerational surfing community with mentorship and instruction 3. Creating, developing and empowering strong female leadership in and out of the water 4. Celebrate and acknowledge our generations of the Eurobodalla's female surfers.
Bayview Golf Club Northern Beaches Council Construction Of Concrete Golf Cart Pathway To Upgrade Existing Surfaces BAYVIEW GOLF CLUB $10,000.00 Bayview Golf Club (BGC) is committed to increasing participation in the sport of golf and holds competitions 7 days a week for golfers conducting 60,000 rounds of golf a year.  BGC is seeking funds to build a concrete golf cart path in order to enhance its facilities to encourage inclusion and well-being of women, girls and children and golfers generally.  BGC by improving the golf course will retain members, social players and the local community of golfers.  Better facilities encourage greater participation and so BGC has embarked on an extensive infrastructure improvement program starting in 2015 and continuing through 2022.
Rooty Hill Junior Rugby Union Club T/a Western Raptors JRUC Blacktown City Council Western Raptors Junior Rugby Union Club Mittigar Reserve $7,500.00 Provide quality training and equipment facility use to the western Sydney community. Reduce the barriers for low socioeconomic households to participate in Rugby Union. Supply team uniform as a way of feeling included and a sense of belonging  to all children no matter their background. Assist in programs to engage participation within the womens, girls and under-represented population.
Condobolin Sports Club Lachlan Shire Council Twin Golf Practice Nets Condobolin Sports Club $10,000.00 Installation of new Golf Practice nets at the Condobolin Sports Club
Newcastle SUP Club Inc Nambucca Valley Council Scotts Head Paddle Games 2023 Scotts Head Main Beach $2,000.00 Scotts Head Paddle Games 2023 is the 13th year, the Newcastle SUP Club has ran the event for the past 4 years, we inherited the Games from the local organisers due to the games becoming too big to manage. We don't receive any corporate sponsorship to run the event and we attract approx 100 competitors from all over Australia who bring family and friends into the small coastal town in June for three days over the winter period which helps the local economy. We donate whatever we can to  Scotts Head Public School for their Water Safety Program called "Waves"
Moruya Skydivers Club Incorporated Eurobodalla Shire Council Facility Upgrade: Observation Deck and Shaded Training Mock Up Area Moruya Airport $10,000.00 Moruya Skydivers Club are seeking funding to upgrade the current training facility located onsite at Skydive Oz, Moruya Airport. The upgrade will include an observation deck, shaded area and an accurate representation of aircraft (mock up) used for skydiving.

The observation deck and shaded area will provide a much needed inclusive space for club members and community groups to access and observe sport skydiving - improving participant retention and increasing public awareness of the sport.

The mock up will enable training of safe, realistic exit procedures to improve performance at grassroot and elite levels.
St George Randwick Hockey Club Incorporated Bayside Council Multi-Purpose Hockey Field Divider Pads St George Hockey Centre $10,000.00 The funds will be used to purchase Multi-Purpose Hockey Field Dividers pads, which will be used for hockey training and games (including junior games) to divide one full size pitch in half or quarters for small sided games. 

The dividers will improve the game playing enjoyment and training quality, particular for junior players with the field playing area clearly marked, with the ball being contained within the playing area, improving safety has the playing ball does not enter other playing areas.

Safely run smaller sized fields will allow the club to increase regular and on-going participation in hockey.
Ramsgate Rams Junior Australian Football Club Bayside Council Safety Netting at Tonbridge Street Reserve Tonbridge Street Reserve $10,000.00 To erect safety netting at southern and northern ends of the oval to stop footballs going onto the road. We have kids that regularly run onto the road to collect a ball while there is lots of traffic in the surrounding roads.
Wahroonga Netball Club Incorporated Ku-ring-gai Council Netball Coaching Worshop and Come and Try Day Canoon Road Netball Courts $3,000.00 The Club will run 2 workshops to support and train and develop our volunteer coaches - who are predominantly teenage girls.  With this money we would also like to use funds to host a Come and Try Day to boost registrations for the club, with the aim to keep girls in sport
Camden Athletics Club Camden Council Finish line camera installation Narellan Sports Hub Athletics Track $10,000.00 Camden Athletics Club has purchased a finish line camera for accurate timing of our athletes. The camera needs to be mounted under the awning on a new beam with a secure box, so that it has an uninterrupted view of the finish line for competitions. This allows us to also host senior events and gala days, as well as zone and regional Little Athletics and schools events. Ultimately it allows more people from the local community as well as state wide to be able to make use of the new athletics track and facilities.
Fairfield Bulls Football Club Inc. Fairfield City Council Assyrian Football Cup 2022 Nineveh Soccer Stadium $8,500.00 The event will be endorsed by local and state football governing bodies (Southern District Soccer Football Association and Football NSW) that will be held at Nineveh Stadium, in the month of October 2023.

The principal activity being sport, this event will also serve as a valuable social hub for the local community especially the newly arrived CALD refugees from Syria & Iraq.

12 teams will be particapating in the event, showcasing male and female football from our diverse local community in a festival type tournament which serves not only for athletic merit but to Increase participation/access for CALD community.
Cronulla Sutherland District Rugby Football League Referees Association Sutherland Shire Council Communications Gear Sutherland Oval $5,940.00 We would like to purchase on field communication gear to enable us to coach our referees to become better referees. These would be sued both at training and during the game.
Tumut Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd Snowy Valleys Council Bowling Green Resurface Tumut Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd trading as Club Tumut $10,000.00 After 40 years of play the Clubs grass Bowling green is now at an unsafe height in relation to the ditches, meaning it is now not meeting Bowls Australia's maximum height safety standards and is now a ongoing safety concern. Along with the ditch height safety the surface is in need of repair due to shading and the grass quality.
The Shamrocks Dundas Junior Rugby League Football Club Inc City Of Parramatta Council Uniforms St Patricks  Marist College Dundas $4,900.00 Grants will allow playing uniforms to be subsidised. Shamrocks aims to provide Jerseys, shorts and socks to all participants to keep at the end of the season. Providing uniforms gives participants and parents a sense of belonging to a community and encourages participants to gain healthy life habits.
Tathra Mountain Bike Club Bega Valley Shire Council Purchase of track maintenance equipment Bundadung MTB Tracks $3,951.00 This project is primarily to replace ageing petrol powered track maintenance equipment to encourage wider uptake of track maintenance tasks from new and existing club members on the Tathra mountain bike club tracks. Official maintenance days occur monthly to ensure tracks are cleared, groomed and accessible for club and non-club community riders alike.

Items include electric powered brush cutter, chainsaw and track blower with modern, easy to use battery-powered controls. Additional items also include new hand tools such as shovels, spades, rakes, mattocks and rakhos.
Tweed Dragons Inc Tweed Shire Council Sports Uniforms Birds Bay $2,550.00 Uniforms for all members and new participants to the sport
West Tamworth Sports and Bowling Club Tamworth Regional Council Purchase 12 sets of Coloured Lawn Bowls and Carry Slings West Tamworth Sports & Bowling Club Ltd $2,659.00 The purchase of 12 sets of coloured lawn bowls and carry slings for the use of members and community when playing barefoot bowls at West Tamworth Sports and Bowling Club.

The new lawn bowls are more colourful, lightweight and user friendly than the standard black bowls creating a fun and inclusive experience for participants of all ages and abilities.

The carry slings labelled with the West Tamworth Sports and Bowling Club logo ensure the bowls sets stay together and are easily identified when being used by community.
Woodstock Swimming Pool Incorporated Cowra Shire Council Woodstock Swimming Pool Plumbing URGENT UPGRADE and Safety signs Woodstock Swimming Pool $9,021.00 We have had a huge increase in our water and electricity usage and consequently our water rates and our power bills in the last 12 months primarily due to leaking pipes and the pumps constantly turning on and off. It’s a loosing battle. We Need new pipes laid, concrete slabs laid then the pumps resituated and then the new sheds erected over the top. The sheds will allow easier access to the pumps and stop UV deterioration of the pipes. Funding for safety signs and advertising signs to give the pool a face lift and Safety Upgrade.
Hunter United Diving Academy Newcastle City Council Enhancing Opportunities for Springboard/Platform Diving in Hunter NSW Lambton Pool $3,000.00 HUDA's a grassroots Springboard/Platform Diving club &HunterNSW only supplier of diving for 30+years

Project’s pursuing financial support(USD$3000) to subsidise the cost of purchasing2 x'Poolside Flippers'

Poolside Flipper provides 3xnon-slip, stackable AirTracks, designed specifically for diving

it's highly versatile, creating up to 6 additional platforms;

6xWaterPlatforms

2xWaterPlatforms+2x40cmPlatforms

3xWaterPlatforms +60cmPlatform

2xwaterPlatform+40cmPlatform

1mPlatform+WaterPlatform

 

Providing additional stations is critical to support continued growth of Diving in HunterNSW, catering to significant memberships increases since 2018 & predict/anticipate future community Springboard/Platform needs

 

This project;

Improves awareness&accessibility of diving

Improves safety&quality of facilities

Improved participation outcomes through reduced barriers

Increased club quality, capability&capacity

Enhanced safety, coaching practices&performance
Alexandria Rovers JRLFC Inc Council Of The City Of Sydney Over 35 Masters Rugby League Gala Day Erskineville Oval $6,039.00 The event is to have men over 35 to come together and connect through football but also learn a little bit more about mental health and prostrate cancer, two things that men generally don't talk about with their mates
Manildra Amateur Swimming Club Cabonne Shire Council MSC Skills and Fun Manildra Swimming Pool $4,500.00 We would like to give back to the youth of the community. Our club is run by volunteers and somewhat at a disadvantage due to its rural location. We would like to offer a fun day for the children that also involves learning or fine tuning their swimming skills.

Manildra Swimming Club is a dedicated team that offers an initiative swimming program, enabling development of children’s skills in and out of the pool. These skills allow members of Manildra Swimming Club to overcome any obstacles in life, live with passion and purpose and to reach the peak of their potential.
Riverstone Junior Rugby League Club Blacktown City Council Basil Andrew Sports Field Riverstone Park $10,000.00 We do not have enough seating and pathways at the field, we have space that we would like to develop with Tiered seating/ grandstand for spectator viewing. The grass space is not suitable during winter as it is either wet, or the grass hasn't been cut with spectators often complaining about the conditions not been suitable. Joining up pathways and having the seating will make for a better experience and option to sit on tiered/ grandstand seating in the sun watching the sports played, will provide a much better experience for the community.
Wagga Kangaroos Junior Rugby League Football Club Wagga Wagga City Council Scoreboard Paramore Park, Wagga Wagga $10,000.00 The Club would like to purchase a portable electronic scoreboard to display at one of the three international fields in Wagga.  The facilities currently do not have any scoreboards displayed.  Parents and players are reliant on noting the score themselves, or the online application (when it is working and being used to score).
Armidale Pistol Club INC Armidale Regional Council Ladies Day Armidale Pistol Club Inc $5,000.00 Armidale Pistol would like to hold 2 ladies days throughout the year to expand and promote the club to women and girls.
West Rutherford Telarah Netball Club Maitland City Council West Rutherford Telarah Netball Club Maitland Park $4,409.00 West Rutherford Telarah Netball Club is located in the Hunter Valley and play at Maitland Park. It has approx. 30 teams ranging in age from 5 years to adults, with our oldest player being 60. Are our goal os to promote and support female players from low socio-economic areas, varying family situations, and backgrounds, to ensure Netball is available and financially achievable to promote sport as a social community engagement.
Armidale Rifle Club Inc Armidale Regional Council Armidale Rifle Club - Female Amenities Block Armidale Rifle Club $7,535.00 A female amenities block at Armidale Rifle Club - Wallamumbi Rifle Range
Killara Netball Club Ku-ring-gai Council Killara Netball Club Equipment/Uniforms Beaumont Rd Public School $2,407.00 In the interest of both physical and mental health, we would like to include a netball tunic and winter fleece as part of every new membership to our club. We think this will encourage new players and help retain existing players to join up as this will not discriminate on the basis of financial hardship. A uniform helps members feel they belong and are part of our sporting community, and is compulsory to wear on game days.
Georges River Softball Association Canterbury-bankstown Council Georges River Softball Strategic Planning To Increase Female Participation Numbers Kelso North Complex $4,998.00 The George’s River Softball Association and affiliated clubs have been experiencing declining participation numbers; we are down from 1800 members and 22 clubs to 244 members and only 4 clubs.  We are extremely passionate about our sport and determined to implement strategies to address this issue. Committee members are keen to engage in training delivered by industry professionals to identify the challenges and develop a Strategic Planning with a focus on increasing participation numbers, especially in women and girls’ teams. With finances being stretched for our priorities, we are seeking funding to enable us to participate in this planning workshop.
Cronulla Caringbah Sharks JRLFC Sutherland Shire Council Canteen Upgrade Cronulla High School Playing Fields $10,000.00 Our club has been a pillar of the local community since 1952. We have been a very successful club and have recently grown to over 800 registered players, volunteers and others. We have been operating in the same canteen for close to 10 years and we have the same fridges, ovens and other items that we did 10 years ago We would like to upgrade our canteen and bring into the 2022 world with new fridges, ovens, microwaves, dishwashers and new cooking aids (deep fryer etc).
Central Coast Figure Skating Club Incorporated Central Coast Council Protective clothing to help Figure Skaters advance their skills Erina Ice Arena $9,919.00 As figure skaters progress through skating divisions the risk of injury from falls on the ice increases, particularly at levels incorporating jumps and spins.  Being able to provide skaters with  crash shorts and protective headbands would reduce the barriers to participating in the sport in higher skating divisions and ensure a skater's progress does not stagnate.  Use of protective clothing would reduce the risk of physical injury as well as reducing mental barriers arising from fear of injury.
Helensburgh Off Road Cycle Club (HORCC) Wollongong City Council HORCC Wall Ride Rex Jackson Oval $3,080.00 Construction of  a Mountain Bike Wall Ride to argument existing skills features at the HORCC track to Helensburgh to all skill development and progression for all riders.
Rankins Springs Dragons RLFC Carrathool Shire Council Size Inclusive Women's Rugby League Uniforms/Kits Rankins Springs Sport & Recreation Ground $3,641.00 New size inclusive uniforms for our Women's Rugby League team. To promote and encourage women's rugby league for all sizes and body types by providing players free uniforms and kit bags. New size inclusive uniforms will provide comfort and flexibility, and a modesty tights option available, as well as each player receiving a gear/kit bag to unite and support the players as a team.
Dragon Sports Association (DSA) Incorporated City Of Canada Bay Council Installation of Boat Rack Storage Facility for Dragon Boats Uhrs Point Reserve $10,000.00 Our club wishes to upgrade current boat storage facilities by installing boat racks. Early in 2022, Canada Bay council, in partnership with TFNSW installed a new boat launching facility. Club boats are currently being stored adjacent to the launch ramp on the grass (turned upside down to minimise weather damage).  We need to address this storage measure by raising funds to install a purpose built boat rack.

Reducing the risk of theft and having safer, functional boats are paramount to continued investment in the future of our club and will facilitate use to serve membership across local communities.
Lake Macquarie Rowing Club Lake Macquarie City Council Lake Macquarie Rowing Club Womens Quad Scull Lake Macquarie Rowing Club $9,000.00 The purchase of a second hand quad scull to enable the club to support the increase in female rowers and attract more female rowers into our programs.The club has a growing base of female members and members with disabilities. Our current boat fleet needs expanding so we can continue to support and expand females in our learn to row and accelerate rowing mentor programs.
Paterson Tennis Club Inc Dungog Shire Council Paterson Tennis Club - Replacing White Ant Damaged Clubhouse Cupboards Paterson Sportsground Reserve $2,365.00 Replacement of White Ant affected kitchen equipment with a stainless steel sink and benches
https://horcc.com.au/ Wollongong City Council Ladies and Girls Get on Your Bikes Rex Jackson Oval - HORCC Track $6,920.00 Female specific mountain bike courses for beginner and intermediates. Getting more females riding more often and encouraging a higher female participation rate in our sport and club activities. The courses will be run in conjunction with RIDEAUS a professional mountain bike training organisation.
Coogee Netball Randwick City Council Inclusive Uniforms Heffron Netball Courts $5,000.00 Develop and produce an alternative type of uniform for players who do not want to wear the current A line dress.  We would like to develop a singlet/shorts for our players who do not feel comfortable wearing the uniform but are still very keen to play netball.  This will not only include non-binary and males but also older female players who are unhappy with their body image.
Trangie Rugby League Football Cub Narromine Shire Council Getting the Trangie Magpies onto the field Alan Burns Oval Trangie NSW 2823 $4,059.00 The aim of this project is to gain as much support for our players that are committing to another season 2023 with the Trangie Magpies. Our small club had to withdraw from the competition this past year due to players relcocating looking for work. Due to this we have to start the club over again. With floods, drought affecting our community these past few years we no longer have the support of our major sponsors that we once had.
Terrigal Avoca Australian Footballclub Incorporated Central Coast Council Electronic scoreboard upgrade Hylton Moore Oval 5 & 6 $9,207.98 The projects seeks to facilitate the upgrade of the current manual scoreboard to an electronic scoreboard for Terrigal Avoca Australian Football Club (AFC) and the wider community.
Balmoral Triathlon Club Mosman Municipal Council Indoor Cycling Equipment Balmoral Beach $6,359.00 Our club would like to provide targeted introductions to Triathlon, using indoor cycling as part of our new members promotional activities.   We will run introductory sessions at our club house on stationary trainers, leading up to the NSW Club championships in May. A second program will focus on the start of triathlon season, leading to our club race in October.  Many  prospective members find cycling on Sydney roads intimidating. Indoor trainers will provide an opportunity for less experienced riders to gain confidence on a bike in a safe and supportive environment.
Eastern Suburbs Dragon Boat Club Incorporated Woollahra Municipal Council Subsidy For Regatta Fees Rose Bay Scout Hall $5,000.00 Subsidy to support members active participation in dragon boat regattas, with the aim of increasing community and member participation in both the club and in competitive activities.
Manly Yacht Club Northern Beaches Council Junior Sailing Support Vessel North Harbour $10,000.00 The Junior sailing fleet, at all times, requires vessels for on water training and support.  The fleet size is limited by the number of support vessels available.
Minmi Wanderers Football Club Newcastle City Council Minmi Football Club Equipment Program Minmi Sports Complex $7,040.00 Minmi Football Club is seeking assistance to provide equipment that provides volunteers, players and all participants with the best possible experience while assisting to increase participation overall.
Jindabyne Rugby Union Club Snowy Monaro Regional Council Jindabyne Sportsground - Installation of Multipurpose Sportsground Posts John Connors Oval $9,026.10 The Jindabyne community has seen a boom in its population along with increased participation numbers of girls and women in the local football, rugby union, and rugby league clubs.

This project will allow to upgrade and install multipurpose and multi-use posts on the secondary sports ground in Jindabyne for greater usage of the playing fields and to cater for more participation in organized sport and recreation in the community.

The JRUC identifies this project as a priority in order to expand its team sizes and participation in the sport.
Bathurst Giants Australian Rules Football Club Incorportated Bathurst Regional Council George Park 1 Access Footpath George Park 1, Bathurst $6,003.00 The George Park 1 Access Footpath will connect the amenity block to the ground, improving the access to ground for all players and officials.
Culcairn & District Pony Club Inc, Greater Hume Shire Council Culcairn & District Pony Club Inc - Fence Replacement Culcairn Sportsground $6,865.00 Replace the boundary fence surrounding the main riding area of the pony club grounds.
Kiama Junior Rugby League Incorporated The Council Of The Municipality Of Kiama Kiama Junior Rugby League - Portable BBQ Trailer Chittick Oval $10,000.00 purchase of a bbq trailer for the use at our home ground (Chittick Oval), Gainsborough Oval (Thornett Way Kiama Downs) and for Come Try Days and Gala/Mini days also located at grounds within Kiama
Forster Tennis Club Inc. Mid-coast Council New tennis court fence sight screens/wind breaks Lake Street Sports Reserve $6,000.00 Improve the playing conditions by selectively positioning sight screens/wind breaks along tennis court fences. There are 10 courts to be re-fenced early 2023. New sight screens/wind breaks will partially block adjacent car parks and adjacent courts and minimise wind flow across all courts exacerbated by the facility being 200 meters from the ocean.
Far North Coast Baseball Association Lismore City Council Coaching Development Program Albert Park Lismore $8,610.00 Developing coaches to meet minimum and above coaching accreditation as well as invest in coaching fund for traveling teams. Most FNC Baseball coaches accreditation has expired, Baseball Australia has moved to a new accreditation program based on US model. FNC Baseball require all coaches to meet new accreditation/certification requirements. Funding will also assist with Coaching Fund for coaches traveling with representative teams.
Southern Highlands Croquet Club Wingecarribee Shire Council CROQUET - Come And Play EXETER PARK $6,000.00 SHCC plans a major branding and promotional campaign to bring more of the local community onto the croquet courts, participating in this low impact but competitive sport.  The club has very high quality croquet courts at Exeter which can support many more players. Playing times can be very flexible and adaptable to work hours and other commitments.

The emphasis in the project is to attract a slightly younger demographic through digital media and consistent branding, while providing strongly branded print materials to support personal contacts with individuals and groups (retirement villages, service clubs).
St George Dragons JRLFC Canterbury-bankstown Council St George Dragons JRLFC New Uniform Program Clemton Park $10,000.00 Purchase of uniforms for the 2023 season to allow free registration for players
Katoomba Rifle Club Blue Mountains City Council Range Accessibility KRC Leura Rifle Range $10,000.00 Rebuild the range fairway for accessibility while also increasing range fairway condition and safety.  It is currently not conducive to occupation and we have issues with access and fit for our aged membership.  Furthermore, it requires update for compliance and increase safety.
Gulgong and District Campdraft Association Mid-western Regional Council Upgrade to the Gulgong Campdrafting Grounds Gulgong Showground $10,000.00 Purchasing sand to improve the ground of the arena. Increasing the height of the arena fencing to comply with the ABCRA campdrafting rules.

At the Gulgong Showground.

Works will be undertaken by committee and club members. All meterial will be purchased from local businesses in Gulgong or Mudgee.
Roselands Raptors Soccer Football Club Incorp Canterbury-bankstown Council All Abilities Razor Sharp Raptors Program Bennett Park $4,520.00 To run a program that is open to people/children with disabilities or additional needs that find it a challenge to play mainstream football
Sutherland Shire Junior Cricket Association Sutherland Shire Council Branded Shade Gazebos for Rep Teams and Gala Days Glenn McGrath Oval $10,000.00 Sun Shelter is always in short supply at sporting ovals. We need to supply shelter for teams and scorers from the sun to become a sun-safe organisation and to help players escape the heat of Summer. This shows that we take the health of our players seriously. Having branded shelters will be a great way to publicise the Association at Try Cricket Days, Gala Days or at other events where it is essential to be recognisable and be able to promote the Association at non-cricket events.
Newcastle Ultimate Incorporated Newcastle City Council Armstrong Park Disc Golf Course Armstrong Park $2,319.30 Armstrong Park is adjacent to Lambton Public School and is currently under-used as a recreation facility. With construction starting on the inner city bypass at Jesmond Park, the existing disc golf course will be impacted until at least 2025. We have approval and support from both Newcastle Council and Lambton School to establish a new course at Armstrong park. The work would involve relocating some of the disc golf targets (baskets) from Jesmond Park and the purchase and installation of additional baskets and signage with a course map and tee signs.
Hornsby Gymnastics Incorporated The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby New Hornsby RSL Gymnastics promotional banners to increase community participation Hornsby RSL Gymnastics $2,000.00 New Hornsby RSL Gymnastics promotional banners will increase our exposure in the local community and increase the gymnastics membership base in Hornsby and surrounding suburbs.
Hornsby Gymnastics Incorporated The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Purchase of New Training Equipment Hornsby RSL Gymnastics $4,718.00 Purchase of two crashmats (super soft-landing mats) and two boxes to replace worn out equipment. This new equipment can be used by all recreational and competitive programs as a super soft-landing surface for learning new skills.
Bungendore Riding Club Queanbeyan-palerang Regional Council Come And Try Pilates And Biomechanics Exercises For Equestrians Bungendore Showgrounds $2,000.00 Bungendore Riding Club wishes to hold some Pilates and Biomechanics sessions. The sessions will be held at our Club grounds at the Bungendore Showgrounds under cover. The aim is to educate our horse riding members about the benefits of Pilates and Biomechanics for improving their functionality, core stability, mobility, balance and body mindfulness. The sessions should provide members with tools to better manage their physical functionality and wellbeing. Many people suffer from varying degrees of pain in day to day life as well as while horse riding. These exercises are aimed at improving core strength and maintaining a healthy body.
Mountain Archers Inc Blue Mountains City Council Community Program Equipment Proposal Browntown Oval Mount Victoria $2,650.00 The Club tries to keep 10-15 sets of archery equipment for beginners' groups, Come and Try Sessions and to loan to members of the community who are saving to be able to purchase their own gear after completion of a Course. A set comprises 1 x Bow (Right and Left handed, Adult and Child, various pull weights for different strengths) 6 x arrows (various sizes) 1 x arm guard, 1 x fingers glove, 1 x arrow puller.
Helensburgh Soccer Club Wollongong City Council Junior Skills Clinics Rex Jackson Oval, Helensburgh, NSW (Heathcote Electorate) $2,500.00 The Helensburgh Junior Soccer Club had a very successful eight week skills clinic for the Under 8 & 9 ages groups this year. 50 boys and girls undertook skills training exercises with professional coaches and players from the Helensburgh Senior Soccer Club. We are looking to expand these skill clinics to the Under 10 & Under 11 age groups.

The grant funding will help pay for the equipment to run the clinics. The venue hire, lighting, coaching and organising will be covered by the club.
St George Football Association Incorporated trading as Football St George Georges River Council Junior Girls Representative Program - Gear and Equipment Peakhurst Park No.5 $9,882.00 Our girls representative program offers a development opportunity and outcome that will increase the skill level of girls entering the talented player pathway competitions. This project covers the associated costs for gear and equipment of four representative teams. The Football St George program supports the NSW Women’s Clubs and Associations in providing best practice environments. This Part Time representative program provides 1 additional training session on top of their local club training session. Players selected, play for their local team on a Sunday and then play for Football St George on a Saturday fortnightly against other Girls representative programs.
Eastlakes Athletics Centre Inc Lake Macquarie City Council Eastlakes Marquee and Sun Shelter Baxter Field $2,350.00 Purchase of a large sun shelter for our athletes. We have strongly promoted athletics, particularly for young ladies, in the last 12 months and pleased to say we have doubled the number of our female participants. With twice as many athletes, we need a large sun shelter to shade our children through the summer months.
Marayong FC Blacktown City Council Marayong FC Marquees Harvey Park, Benalla Crescent Marayong 2148 $3,490.91 Provide shelter for our members in the way of Marquees during game days and gala days.  This would cover off both sections of the fields for seniors and juniors.
Yass Minor Rugby League Incorporated Yass Valley Council YMRL Female Teams Equipment Request Walker Park $6,200.00 A request to provide new and upgraded equipment in order to increase female participation and address barriers female members have in the participation of tackle Rugby League. In 2023, Yass Minor Rugby League hopes to have 5 all female teams which will include our first under 13s tackle team and 4 league tag teams.
Dubbo Dirt Bike Club Dubbo Regional Council Safety/Compliance Upgrade To Motocross Track Dubbo Dirt Bike Club Morris Park Motorsports Facility $2,112.00 Safety and compliance upgrade to the track markers on the motocross track for Dubbo Dirt Bike Club located at the Morris Park Motorsports Complex
Campsie South Bowling & Recreation Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Locker Room and Accessible Toilet Repairs Campsie South Bowling Club $8,825.00 We look to refurbish Campsie South Bowling Club's locker room and accessible toilet. There is currently no ventilation in these areas. Due to the significant amounts of rain that we have had over the past year, the walls and ceilings of these areas have become covered with mould. It is an extreme health hazard and unappealing for members using these facilities, and unsightly for visitors. The Club would like to ventilate, treat, and paint the locker room and accessible toilet to rid the area of mould and prevent future mould growth for the health and safety of members and visitors.
World Shotokanryu Karate Federation incorporated Canterbury-bankstown Council upgrade sporting facility for community WORLD SHOTOKANRYU KARATE FEDERATION $8,865.00 We are a Dojo in Bankstown,

Our Sport facility specializes in karate for active kids and disability participants we have helped the community families  in Bankstown to run  activities in sport , karate  and more,

we Require to repair our karate dojo please see attached quote.
The Entrance Bateau Bay Australian Football Club Incorporated Central Coast Council Removable Weather Curtains For Bateau Bay AFL Player Shelters Bateau Bay Oval, $3,000.00 Purchase of removable canvas/clear plastic curtains for our 3 existing Players and Scorers Shelters at Bateau Bay Oval, Passage Rd, Bateau Bay. We often experience inclement weather during our Winter AFL season and our existing shelters become unusable with rain and wind penetrating the shelters. We try to use flimsy tarpaulins but our players and Scorers end up having to sit in the wet and cold during poor winter conditions. Having removable shelter curtains on 3 sides will allow the shelters to be used in all weather conditions. We use our Shelters for both Junior and Senior Football.
St Christophers Cricket Club Panania Canterbury-bankstown Council Temporary Shelters (Marquees) Amour Park $3,696.00 Purchase of two portable marquees to provide shade for players and supporters on sidelines of games.
Boomerang Beach Boardriders Mid-coast Council Boomerang Beach Boardriders Technology Upgrade Boomerang Beach $2,800.00 Boomerang Beach Boardriders would like to upgrade our scoring and points tallying system to a digital platform to become more ecologically friendly and to assist in smoother operations of our competitions days.
Wingham Tennis Club Mid-coast Council Supersopper Replacement Wingham tennis complex - Bungay Rd, Wingham $2,670.00 Wingham tennis have a small Supersopper which is worn out and not of a size to suit the 6 courts.  The item was used regularly to enable play to commence soon after rain events.  Having the item available has meant many events have been able to proceed and or continue.  A larger unit is proposed to maximise court availability.
Southern Districts Softball Association Incorporated Liverpool City Council Recruitment Drive Jacquie Osmond Softball Park $2,000.00 SDSA is looking at ways to recruit new members through extensive advertising, equipment purchases for new players.  With the local community being impacted by increasing living costs in an already socio-economic struggling community, SDSA is hoping to encourage new players by reducing the start up costs of playing.  By providing softball gloves for new junior players, this will alleviate some of the financial burden to families.

With increased promotion in the local area such as schools, mailbox drops, general advertising, recruitment drives etc, this will increase awareness of Softball and Teeball in the local area.
Hunter Simba F.C. Incorporated Newcastle City Council Hunter Simba FC website redesign TAFE Oval no.2 $2,399.00 Since the the formation of the club in the early 2010s along with the creation of the current website layout, the website has not undergone a structural update to keep the look and feel current. As a committee we feel that in this day and age a well presented and easy to navigate website speaks volumes about a club and is a mechanism by which new players and volunteers first get to interact with the club. As a committee we are seeking financial assistance to help us update the aging website.
Bowral Cricket Club Wingecarribee Shire Council Bowral Cricket Club Women's equipment: bats, marquee - away games Stephens Park $2,499.00 The club has identified a need within the Women's team. Many players are reluctant to purchase their own bats due to the expense and the limited season. It would be beneficial to have a selection of bats suitable for the women, particularly those who are only playing in the Women's team. We envisage the number would be six at approximately $200 each and the marquee at $1,000.
St Patricks Sports Club Sutherland Shire Council Supporting Girls into Baseball Waratah Oval $6,739.00 St Pats Baseball Club alongside other organisations has noticed the gap in girls taking up the sport and then staying to enjoy the sport later in life. St Pats is a family-orientated club with strong community roots and has worked to build connections with local youth services. We intend to address barriers to girls playing baseball by managing the costs which prevent them from playing. We intend to offer equipment alongside supported training programs to increase capacity and build young baseball stars for the future.
Helensburgh and District Little Athletics Wollongong City Council Long jump runway replacement Rex Jackson Oval $3,245.00 Replacement of Helensburgh Little Athletics 2 x long jump runway surfaces on our athletics field due to damage and wear as they have become a safety issue for our athletes.
Gosford District Rifle Club Central Coast Council Repairs to Range Road and Carpark Kariong Regional Shooting Complex $5,100.00 Repairs to the Range Road and Carpark are required due to wash-outs caused by the recent prolonged rainfall. The gravel road is the main access to all the firing points on the range. It was not in the best of condition prior to the rain damage and required constant minor maintenance within our limited resources. The road condition now makes it difficult for our members to safely access all firing points on the range, as many of them have street vehicles. To be made safe and useable, the road and carpark require re-sheeting with suitable roadbase material.
Macarthur Football Association Inc. Campbelltown City Council Lynwood Stadium Improvement Work - Pathway Lynwood Stadium $10,000.00 The Macarthur Football Association wishes to install a concrete pathway at Lynwood Stadium, St Helens Park, connecting the main entry to the Grandstand seating area, improving access to spectator areas for more people. The Grandstand is located approximately 200m from the main entry and can only be accessed by walking along a sloped, dirt track. The area is particularly dangerous when wet, effectively preventing access to the main sheltered seating area at the complex.
Narellan Jets Rugby League Football Club inc Camden Council Narellan Jets Inclusion program Narellan Sports Hub $10,000.00 Our club aims to promote inclusion at all levels of our football club and increase participation across all teams.

Its started with our new board appointing for the first time 2 indigenous members and 3 women to the board. But we need assistance across the community with our goal to grow & improve participation of women and indigenous people in our football club, whilst building on our culture with values of inclusion, fun, fairness and diversity.

A club is more than just players and we want to provide opportunities for community members to join as players, helpers or supporters.
Toronto Croquet Club Inc Lake Macquarie City Council Establishment of Mallet Sports Complex Bill Bower Oval(Booth park) $5,951.00 Lake Macquarie City Council is about to commence construction of a Croquet Complex at Glendale, Toronto Croquet Club is the preferred user for the complex and will enable all styles of mallet sports to be played, i.e. Association Croquet, Golf Croquet, Ricochet and Gateball. The club building needs to be furnished and the lawns require scoring facilities.
Diamond Bay Bowling Club Ltd Waverley Council Community-based lawn bowls Diamond Bay Bowling Club $3,012.00 Social bowling ("barefoot bowling") has become increasingly popular at Diamond Bay for people of all ages.  The Club has created a dedicated community space and provides all required equipment and instruction free of charge.  Currently the Club has a limited supply of dedicated equipment (lawn bowls) and very limited storage space.  This project will provide the necessary additional required bowls, safe outside storage boxes, and equipment to maintain the area where participants relax before and after bowling.
Condell Park FC Canterbury-bankstown Council 2023 Club Registration Incentive Boost Kinch Reserve $5,000.00 To build the current registration base at Condell Park FC due to 2 Years of reduced season due to COVID and then in 2022 our home fields were taken out for the whole season due to flooding and not able to raise any internal revenue for players. These past 3 seasons have severely affected a foundation club of Bankstown and we would like to rebuild our numbers for local community.
Winter Weakies Swimming Club Randwick City Council Mothers Day Interclub Swim Meet Des Renford Leisure Centre $9,000.00 Hold an interclub Mothers Day Swimming Carnival in May 2023 to promote and encourage women and families to participate together in sport focusing on participation for all abilities and ages.

Ø Promote participation in sport and physical activity
Ø Provide focal point community building and engagement

Ø Raise awareness of our club, increase membership and awareness of the benefits of swimming

Ø Improve club community presence and communication with its members

  Promote exercise during the winter months
Hornsby District Little Athletics The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Junior Coach Development and Training Program Pennant Hills Park $7,728.70 Little Athletics is a uniquely Australian modified athletics program for children from 3 to 16 years. There is a wide range of events from running, jumping, throwing and walking and events are modified to suit the age, developmental stage and ability of the children. One of the club's key objectives for 2022/23 is to identify and develop a group of young volunteer coaches that can assist in supporting the growing need for basic skills training and overall community experience by supporting weekly participation of our kids and for this the club requires the appropriate equipment
Far North Coast Hockey Incorporated Lismore City Council Umpire Development Program Hepburn Park, Goonellabah, NSW $4,036.00 FNC Hockey wishes to offer umpire training to 40 of its members (ages 12 and up) in 2023. This program would entail covering the costs of Level One Umpire Training, run by Hockey Australia, costs associated with having expert umpire trainers coming to teach and subsidised equipment costs for umpires.

Level One training program involving an online learning session, an applied learning quiz, a 1 day practical course and a practical evaluation. We will also set up an Umpire Buddy Program for our new and younger umpires, especially girls, and run the "Whistle Warrior" umpire program for our youngest members.
Forster Tuncurry Junior Rugby League Football Club Mid-coast Council Forster Tuncurry Junior Hawks: Girls Tackle Teams Need Appropriate Uniforms! Harry Elliott Oval - North Tuncurry Sporting Complex $3,894.00 Forster Tuncurry Junior Rugby League Football Club (FT Junior Hawks) aim to encourage participation in rugby league for all. Our club is leading the promotion for the girls tackle competition within Group 3 Junior Rugby League. In 2022, FT Junior Hawks fielded 2 girls tackle teams - this will grow in 2023. The Local Sport Grant will allow FT Junior Hawks to purchase appropriate female uniforms for all girls tackle teams. Appropriate female uniforms will ensure girls are supported to be confident and perform their best, removing barriers and increasing participation in rugby league.
Newcastle Hunter Dragon Boat Newcastle City Council Provision of Lightweight Adjustable Dragon Boat Paddles Carrington Foreshore, Tully Street, Carrington $5,000.00 The purchase of lightweight adjustable dragon boat paddles for use by members and first timers along with high school students participating through the Dracademy initiative, all 'having a go' at dragon paddling as a possible sport, would be of great benefit .Lightweight paddles are easier to use and by being adjustable they can be utilised by paddlers of all heights and arm reach. The availability of these would allow for possible new members to experience the sport with quality equipment, whilst also ensuring our own members have access to equipment that they may not otherwise have due to financial costs.
Rogue Women's Ultimate Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Rogue Women's Ultimate Club Program Waterworth Park $5,330.00 Rogue Women's Ultimate Club will address barriers to participating in women's ultimate by reducing the cost of participation.

Rogue Women's Ultimate Club is a small women's sporting club based in Earlwood. We train and compete during the summer sports season culminating in participation at the Australian Ultimate Championships.

Through this programs, we aim to address barriers to participation in women's ultimate.
Eastwood Ryde Netball Association Ryde City Council Umpire Devekopment Program Meadowbank Park Netball Centre $2,500.00 New and existing Club Umpires to be developed and coached and updated.
Hurstville Zagreb FC Georges River Council Increase CALD Participation in Soccer Through Equipment Subsidy Carss Bush Park $7,514.00 The project involves purchasing new and much-needed equipment to help lower participation costs among new and existing participants of Hurstville ZFC, many of which are comprised of CALD community members e.g. Croats, Maltese, Italians, Greeks, Spanish, etc. We will also use the grant funding to establish a centralised sports messaging platform that we can use to more effectively communicate with players and coaches, enabling us to engage more with community members, thereby assisting in increased and continued participation.
Hurstville Zagreb FC Georges River Council Coaching Clinics For Hurstville ZFC Coaches To Increase Junior Participation Carss Bush Park $2,400.00 We would like to request the help of this grant to assist us in funding 12 of our coaches to undertake the Level 2: Skills Training Certificate and Level 3: Game Training Certificate to enhance their coaching capabilities on an Association level. We will engage Football St. George Coaching to deliver the training as they come highly recommended. Please refer to https://footballstgeorge.com.au/ for information on them.
Sydney Chinese Drum Art Troupe incorporated Burwood Council Fitness and recreation for aged people and spacial children service. Burwood Woodstock Community Centre outside and Burwood Park Community Centre outside. $3,000.00 Organizing and Participating in Fitness Activities. inclusing Elderly light Volleyball, Taiji, Dumbbell exercise, and develop intellectual fitness dance for Special children. Enriching their culturallife.
Glenwood Redbacks Soccer Club Blacktown City Council Miniroos Cooperative Training Program Forman Reserve $8,000.00 Professional externally run program designed to train both the coaches and players in our miniroos football program for our U5 to U8 age group, both male and female. Program runs through the full winter soccer season.
Umina Bunnies Junior Rugby League Football Club Central Coast Council Upgrade Of The Club Webpage And Communication Channels Col Gooley Oval Umina $4,614.00 This project will upgrade the website and integrate Registrations, Communications ( both internally for the committee, coaches and volunteers and outward to the local community of players, families and spectators), Merchandise and Records keeping.  It will represent our local indigenous community along with representing the female participants within the club.  The integration of the communication and social media channels will support the drive to increase participation reaching a broader set of the community.  We aim to increase player numbers from 189 to 400 in 3 years and tripling our female teams from 2 to 6.
St Ives Junior Rugby Club Inc Ku-ring-gai Council Saints Coach Development Program Hassell Park, St Ives $2,500.00 Practical program to develop skills of our parent volunteer coaches. A coaching training service provider will attend our club training sessions to run coach-the-coaches sessions with each age group. We will target more female volunteers in 2023 and will market this internally to our member's parents/carers.

Sessions will provide practical assistance/advice in a live coaching environment. Younger age-groups will have 2 professional coaches to help to provide hands-on upskilling for the coaches of our youngest players. Older age groups will run through a station at training for teams to rotate through for more advanced technical skills and drills.
Manning Valley Dressage & Hacking Club Inc  (MVDHC) Mid-coast Council Digitised Live Score dressage system: Purchase of 8 Samsung tablets Taree Showgrounds $5,000.00 MVDHC brings together equestrians, male and female of all ages from diverse backgrounds. Our membership numbers are growing rapidly, as well as our members’ commitment to the sport.

In 2020 Equestrian Australia introduced live scoring of competitions via Nominate Scoreboard, a digital scoring portal for dressage competitions. The LiveScore system digitises the entire process by allowing pencillers to enter scores and comments directly on to a tablet, removing the need for paper, runners and back-office scorers.

MVDHC seeks funding to purchase eight Samsung Galaxy S6 tablets to digitise our scoring process in line with current standards and best practice.
Nepean Aquatic Centre Swim Club Penrith City Council Nepean Aquatic Centre Swim Club Short Course Swim Meet 2023 Nepean Aquatic Centre $6,520.00 Nepean Aquatic Centre Swim Club (NACSC) will organise and host one of the first short course swim meets of the short course swimming season. This will be held at Sydney Olympic Park Swimming Centre on the 27th May 2023. This meet will be targeted at swimmers of all ages as well as multi class swimmers. Swimmers from other swimming clubs will be invited to compete against swimmers from NACSC and the event will be held at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, giving swimmers the opportunity to compete at what is considered a state of the art facility.
West Wyalong Amateur Swimming Club Bland Shire Council Starting Blocks Holland Park Pool $10,000.00 Upgrade of existing, outdated starting blocks at Holland Park Pool. The blocks that are currently there are over 10 years old. Blocks are used by numerous groups over the season

- West Wyalong Amateur Swimming Club (Tuesdays)

- 8 local Schools for their annual swimming carnivals

- Southern Inland Swimming Association regional and area Carnivals, that the West Wyalong Swimming Association hosts, once a year

- Squad swimmers each morning and afternoon.

Majority of swimmers attend Regional & State Carnivals. To train and compete at events,  in accordance with Swimming NSW regulations, our starting blocks need to be upgraded.
Oatley RSL Netball Club Georges River Council Junior Club Training Clinics Jubilee Park, Mortdale $4,000.00 Oatley RSL Netball Club proposes to engage high quality training providers to run clinics at our club training grounds for existing and new junior players.
Windsor Bowling Club Co-Operative Hawkesbury City Council Renovation of Bowling Green George Street, Windsor $5,430.00 Renovation of lawn bowling green. Taking old grass off the bowling green and replacing with new growth of grass.
Cambridge park football club Penrith City Council Grand Stands & Concrete Allsopp oval $10,000.00 We would like to install grandstands at our field and have concrete installed in front of our canteen where there is too much mud around and makes it hard for the kids to walk to the sheds and canteen when its wet and been raining.
White City Soccer Club Inc Fairfield City Council White City Soccer Committee Training Strategic Planning To Increase Participation 227-237 St Johns Road, Canley Heights NSW 2166 $4,498.00 NSW has the most registered soccer players in the country. White City Soccer Club (WCSC) was established by the Serbian Australian community in 1982. From its inception, WCSC had its focus on grass roots and junior soccer where we have had many successes over the years. In 2022, the club celebrated its 40th anniversary. In the upcoming season, we have big plans with new young, energetic committee and our partnership with Susak Football Academy.  We are keen to increase participation, especially amongst females. To do this, we need professional guidance for future planning and to develop a Strategic Plan.
Lake Macquarie Dolphins Water Polo Club Inc. Lake Macquarie City Council Lake Macquarie Dolphins Water Polo Speers Point Pool Enhancement Speers Point Swim Centre $5,000.00 Lake Macquarie Dolphins Water Polo Club seek to enhance the current water polo program at Speers Point Swim Centre which includes our mixed Flippaball program (u10s), and training and games for mixed, boys and girls, men and womens teams from u12s through to our senior A,B and C grades. The target catchment area for the expanded water polo is western and northern suburbs of Lake Macquarie, as well as eastern suburbs as far south as Valentine area. To set up the pool for training and games we require new goals, goal lines and safety nets.
Mannering Park Amateur Sailing Club Inc Central Coast Council MPASC Volunteer Training and Certification Mannering Park Amateur Sailing Club $4,640.00 MPASC has an amazing team of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers.

Our volunteers undertake numerous committee position and casual roles within our club, purely with the purpose of providing a service and sporting activities to the members of our community.

These volunteers give up their time to ensure our sailing club, volunteer run regattas and sailing programs are well run and maintained, within a safe, professional and fun environment.

Our members hold a range of professional accredited qualifications and licenses that are required to be regularly updated and renewed and this application is to support these members with those ongoing costs.
RAYMOND TERRACE BOWLING CLUB Port Stephens Council Replacement Of Sand And Pegs On Synthetic Greens RAYMOND TERRACE BOWLING CLUB $4,860.00 We are looking at replacing the sand in the ditches and pegs around both synthetic greens. The sand is old and has been contaminated over time with items such as rocks, shells, paint flecks and other foreign items. The pegs that are currently around the green are also old and becoming a hazard to bowlers.
North Sydney Junior Baseball Association Willoughby City Council Come and Try Baseball Community Events Flat Rock Baseball Diamond $5,000.00 This project will comprise multiple dates and venues for boys and girls in the community to Come and Try Baseball at North Sydney Junior Baseball Club, prior to the beginning of the summer competition.
Bathurst Hockey Association Inc. Bathurst Regional Council Bathurst Hockey Association Inc. - Heating and Air Conditioning Cooke Complex, Kelso NSW 2795 $10,000.00 Bathurst Hockey Association Inc. will conduct an  upgrade of hockey complex at Kelso NSW 2795 to install reverse cycle air-conditioning. This will minimise energy consumption costs and make the space more family friendly by providing an area that children and families can use to stay out of the weather.
Seaforth Bowling Club Ltd Northern Beaches Council Community Parking & Maintenance of Property 39 Kirkwood Street, Seaforth 2092 $5,000.00 Purchase a ride-on lawnmower, lawnmower, backpack blower and mulch plug for the essential maintenance and upkeep of the community carpark and bowling club surrounds to ensure easy access for all participants especially those attending with disabilities and general mobility issues.
North Sydney Junior Baseball Association Willoughby City Council Training equipment for pitcher specific development Flat Rock Baseball Diamond $5,000.00 This project will purchase necessary training aids for the development of junior baseball pitchers. There is extremely limited availability of pitcher development accessories available in Australia, as such this project seeks to purchase these items from the USA.

The items to be purchased include the 'King of the hill', a premade portable pitching mound, and a pitching sled.
Strathfield Junior Soccer Club Inc Strathfield Municipal Council Growing Female Football in the Strathfield Community Strathfield Park $10,000.00 We are currently looking at trying to subsidise the cost of registration for women to play football in our community. This would be limited to those that are NOT eligible to the active kids vouchers.
Rockdale Seniors Basketball Club Incorporated Bayside Council Rockdale Seniors Basketball Club Program PCYC Rockadale $8,079.50 To increase regular and on-going sporting activities for seniors from Culturally and Linguistically diverse community.
Killarney Vale Australian Football Club Inc Central Coast Council Safety Protection Fencing Adelaide St Oval $8,000.00 At the southern end of Adelaide St Oval there is no protection fencing behind the goals. During games the ball will often be kicked into neighbouring housing, the ground car park or onto the road. There is also safety concern for people particularly children who come and leave the venue via a path which runs directly behind the goals.

This grant will allow the club to erect posts and netting behind the goal which will improve the safety for all but will also assist as we will no longer need to retrieve balls from under cars or from neighbouring properties.
Blacktown Pony Club Incorporated Blacktown City Council Blacktown Pony Club Upgrade Of Show Jumping Equipment Project Shanes Park Reserve $9,878.00 Blacktown Pony Club, located in Shanes Park in the the rural outskirts of Blacktown LGA, are a dedicated family orientated club who have been teaching riders of all ages and abilities of the Blacktown and surrounding community for well over 50 years. We are applying for this grant to purchase new Show Jumping equipment for our Pony Club. Our current equipment is old, in poor condition, outdated, unsafe and extremely heavy. By providing safe and modern equipment we would encourage new membership, have very excited existing members, and allow our club to host larger and greater events.
North Epping Bowling and Community Club Ltd The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Reconstruction of Collapsed Embankment North Epping Bowling and Community Club Ltd $8,930.00 During torrential rain, following the collapse of an embankment adjacent to one of our bowling greens, it is necessary to reconstruct the embankment and a secure retaining wall. The embankment failure is approximately 15 metres long and 6 metres high, and is immediately adjacent to one of the bowling greens on Boundary Road at North Epping. Large rocks, vegetation and other debris collapsed onto the footpath below the green.
Harden-Murrumburrah Rugby League Football Club Hilltops Council Harden Hawks Football Club McLean Oval Harden $5,818.00 essential equipment, training and playing gear for 2023 season requirements
Murwillumbah Rowing Club Inc. Tweed Shire Council Purchase "Concept 2 Exercise Bikes", Gym Mats, weight rack Murwillumbah Rowing Club $5,124.00 Recent Floods and rains have destroyed banks of river to launch rowing boats and members have been limited to indoor gym activities at club and equipment is at present very limited. It has also limited the "learn to row programs" for local community and new members. We currently only have one exercise bike for over 50 members and new technology exercise bikes will greatly enhance opportunities for members fitness and interactivity. The gym mats are also essential for anti slip, absorbing impact and overall safety for members. The rack is essential to store existing weights.
Campbelltown District Field Archers Incorporated Wollondilly Shire Council Equipment Purchase CAMPBELLTOWN DISTRICT FIELD ARCHERS $5,000.00 Club will be holding Branch Titles September 2023.

Assist purchase additional targets for the club to conduct Branch Titles a 2 day completition.
Lismore City Archers Inc Lismore City Council Field Target Butts Arthur Park $6,062.00 Funding would be used to replace the field target butts, washed away in the 2022 floods and will enable  us to run State and National titles at our Archery field in Lismore.
Wallsend District Cricket Club Newcastle City Council Wallsend DCC Frogbox Streaming Software and Training Equipment Wallsend Park $5,000.00 Frogbox streaming equipment allows matches to be filmed and broadcast live online. This allows family and friends to watch matches remotely. Frogbox will provide the club with video to use for club promotion and to promote participation.

The training equipment will enable our coaches to deliver engaging training sessions for our players.
Engadine Bowling & Recreation Club Ltd Sutherland Shire Council Small Size Beginner Bowls for Women and Kids Engadine Bowling & Recreation Club Ltd $4,138.00 To help encourage more women and children to take up the sport of Lawn Bowls we are looking at purchasing 10 sets of small size Lawn Bowls.

Currently our Bowls for new bowlers are larger Sized and this makes it very difficult for people with smaller size hands to grip the Bowl and play the game.

The smaller size Bowls are also lighter so much easier for small kids to handle.

Currently the only option for new bowlers is to borrow small sized bowls from current players or purchase their own own at quite considerable cost.
Tweed Valley Triathletes Incorporated Tweed Shire Council Tweed Valley Triathletes Inc. Website Rebuild and New Laptop Purchase Tweed Regional Aquatic Centre $6,850.00 Tweed Valley Triathletes Inc. (TVT) provides inclusive opportunities for the Murwillumbah community to participate in the sport of triathlon. This project seeks funding enabling TVT to upgrade its website and laptop. The club website and laptop are key assets that support TVT to maintain a presence in the community, keep members informed, and enable club administrators to perform their duties efficiently. This project links with the Local Sport Grant Program objectives of increasing regular and on-going participation in sport, addressing barriers to participation in sport, and assisting sport clubs to provide quality service to their members and meet community needs.
Sydney United Sports Club Inc Strathfield Municipal Council Club Support Bark Huts Reserve $3,000.00 Sydney United Sports Club was originally initiated by a group of Indian Australian enthusiasts in 2016 when they came together to form a cricket team that enrolled in the Northern Suburbs Cricket Association's summer competition. We represent the local community in the Strathfield and Ku Ring Gai/ Killara region and surrounds, we participate in various community and multicultural social cricket competitions each year. We are seeking funding to enable our club to purchase much-needed player equipment, jerseys and club development training. We currently have 50 members as part of our club.
Sutherland Shire Canoe Club Sutherland Shire Council Paddle With Confidence Program Burnum Burnum Sanctuary $5,195.00 Our aim is to get people off their couch, outside enjoying the benefits of paddling in a safe environment supported by our qualified coaches and paddle guides. Phase 1, the purchase of two very stable single skis suitable for beginner/novice paddlers, is complete. We’re seeking funding for phase 2, the acquisition of a stable double ski. This will reduce the barriers to participation for paddlers from all walks of life, ages & abilities who: lack the confidence to get out on the water by themselves; have special needs requiring on-water support; don’t have the financial resources to own paddle gear.
The Rainbow Warriors Football Club Inc. Mid-coast Council Equipment storage and uniform upgrade Taree Recreation Reserve $5,000.00 At present the club is storing equipment and supplies in a hired container.  We are moving to a more permanent sports ground for 2023 and so aim to buy our own container and have it painted with our colours and branding.  The uniforms need to be upgraded and personalised to give ownership to each player by providing them with their own number/name.  Uniforms have not been upgraded for 5 years and as we are aiming to include older groups in activities, we are expecting an increase in the number of participants.
Sydney United Sports Club Inc Strathfield Municipal Council Community Come and Try Bressington Park $2,750.00 Sydney United Sports Club was originally initiated by a group of Indian Australian enthusiasts in 2016 when they came together to form a cricket team that enrolled in the Northern Suburbs Cricket Association's summer competition. We represent the local community in the Strathfield and Ku Ring Gai/ Killara region and surrounds, we participate in various community and multicultural social cricket competitions each year. We are seeking funding to enable our club to deliver a come and try event in Strathfield, specifically targeted towards females from multicultural communities.
Parkes Branch Sporting Shooters Association of Australia Parkes Shire Council Purchase Of Essential Maintenance Equipment For The Parkes Sporting Shooters Parkes Branch Sporting Shooters Association $5,000.00 Purchase of a ride-on lawnmower which is an essential piece of grounds maintenance equipment, to ensure the safety and integrity of the Parkes Sporting Shooters Club ranges are maintained.
Clovelly Crocodiles Junior Rugby League Football Club Randwick City Council Sporting Equipment Burrows Park, Clovelly $10,000.00 Clovelly Crocs is 100% volunteer run not for profit organisation and therefore is heavily

reliant on community fundraising. Each year we need to train and register around 80

volunteers across our 25 teams as well as provide training and safety equipment to allow

them to develop and train our players. In 2021 Clovelly Crocodiles had 376 registered

players, including 3 all women Blues Tag teams. This grant would provide crucial funding

to assist with the necessary training and safety equipment for our club including balls, line

markings, post pads, first aid kits, coaching/first aid courses, tackling bags/pads, cones.
Marrar Football & Netball Club Inc Coolamon Shire Council Solar Installation At Langtry Oval Langtry Oval $10,000.00 Marrar Football and Netball Club will be installing a 10kw solar system to Langtry Oval in Marrar to aid in the reduction of ever increasing power bills.
Manly Lawn Tennis Club Northern Beaches Council Water Fountain Manly NSW $2,387.00 The Club needs a new water fountain. We previously replaced two other fountains and need to replace this last one. the fountain is located on the side of the court.
Wollondilly Junior Australian Football Club Wollondilly Shire Council Wollondilly Junior Australian Football Club Support HANNAFORD OVAL $8,000.00 Founded in 1982, The Wollondilly Redbacks Junior AFL Club has participated at the highest club level of junior AFL for over 30 years. We are seeking funding to purchase playing and coaching

equipment, as well as jerseys for our Club. As well as take part in a Multicultural Awareness Workshop. We currently have 150 members as part of our club and due to the ongoing increase of population in the region, we are seeing an increase in participation numbers. This project will mainly support our girls and boys in particular we are seeking to purchase Aboriginal designed uniforms.
Penshurst RSL Panthers Junior AFL Club Georges River Council Increase Junior Participation in AFL Olds Park $9,609.00 Due to Covid and following two years of interrupted seasons, the Club has seen a 25% reduction in registrations and the Auskick program (ages 5-8) has seen a 35% reduction. 

Our target over the next two seasons is to increase Auskick registrations by 25 back to 70 and ideally higher.  By increasing Auskick numbers, this will then flow onto the older age groups as the years progress.  The Club also aims to increase the number of female players and those in the 10-12 age groups, with a target of two new teams, being 50 players, for the next season.
Thornleigh Squash & Fitness The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Club unification through identity and community presence Thornleigh Squash & Fitness $4,000.00 To fit out our club with a uniform that will give pride and representation in the competitions and to our community. We want to give our Junior & Senior participants identity with our club colours and not have any barriers to cost of uniforms for participants. This grant will enable every child and adult to feel apart of our club.
Waverley Rugby Football and Sporting Club Inc Waverley Council Under 21s Development Program Waverley Park $2,730.00 We are seeking funding to assist with the development of our under 21s rugby program for 2023.

Emerging from two years of lost revenue due to shortened covid seasons, and the withdrawal of sponsors, any funding to assist us with the development of our under 21s program and ability to get a side on the field would be greatly appreciated.
Korora Squash Club Inc Coffs Harbour City Council Korora Club Court Upgrade - Replace Court Tins Coffs Harbour Squash & Swim Centre $7,592.00 World Squash Federation has changed rules for playing Squash. Court tins are currently 19 inches and need to be adjustable to 17 inches. This will lower the tin height making it better for all forms of competition whether it be Club Coaching, Junior Tournaments, Club Competition or social squash for members and visitors to the club.

The new rules come into effect from January 2023 and are a requirement to host events including State, Naational and Internaational tournaments during 2023.
Barooga Football Netball Club Berrigan Shire Council Netball Interchange Shelters Barooga Recreation Reserve $10,000.00 This project will involve the purchase and installation of 6 new interchange shelters to service newly constructed netball courts at Barooga Recreation Reserve. The interchange shelters will accommodate  players, officials including scorers, umpires and time keepers and primary care persons as well as spectators. This project is part of the overall Barooga Recreation Reserve Masterplan.
Chatswood Junior Rugby Club Willoughby City Council Coach the Coaches (focus on Girls Coaching) Beauchamp Park $7,040.00 Provide professional coaching to 50 parent/volunteer coaches of the Rugby Club with a focus on activities suitable to girls and boys.  Ensure volunteer coaches can provide gender agnostic coaching allowing us to reduce barriers to girls participating in rugby union and increase access and participation for girls in are region.
Macarthur Magic Special Needs Football Club Camden Council Macarthur Magic SNFC New Canteen Fridge Nugget Beams Reserve $4,500.00 Purchasing a new fridge for our canteen to replace our previous one which broke down during the 2022 season and could not be repaired. Purchasing a new fridge will allow the club to again operate a full canteen for the benefit of our players and their families.
Nepalese Recreational Club Incorporated Burwood Council NRC Multicultural Sports Festival Strathfield Sports Club $5,000.00 Nepalese Recreational Club is a Sydney based organisation with the main objective to conduct large scale sport and recreational events for Nepalese Australians and other multicultural communities in Sydney. Our events are designed to showcase the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and to create harmony, unity and leadership opportunities for the next generation of Nepalese Australians and beyond. We are seeking funding to deliver our annual Multicultural Sports Festival.
Nepalese Recreational Club Incorporated Burwood Council NRC Equipment & Training Funding Support Strathfield Sports Club $2,000.00 Nepalese Recreational Club is a Sydney based organisation with the main objective to conduct large scale sport and recreational events for Nepalese Australians and other multicultural communities in Sydney. Our events are designed to showcase the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and to create harmony, unity and leadership opportunities for the next generation of Nepalese Australians and beyond. We are seeking funding to purchase much needed sport equipment for our members, as well as upskilling our committee by taking part in a Multicultural Awareness Workshop.
Sydney CBD Squash Club Inc Council Of The City Of Sydney Sydney CBS "Squash Girls Can" University Participation Program 2022 Sydney University Sports & Acquatic Centre $8,152.00 Squash Girls can is a programme designed by Squash Australia to introduce female university students to the game of squash, a sport that is ready made to fit into a students fragmented daily schedule and a sport that will fit in well once they enter the business world

Squash Girls Can will introduce women and girls to the great sport of squash in a fun and non-judgemental way.

Working on skills as well as overall fitness, participants will receive coaching tailored to suit their needs, in a supportive environment. All while building connections with a group of like-minded women.
Mosman Cricket Club Mosman Municipal Council Live Streaming of Junior Games Alan Border Oval $7,200.00 The Club will acquire FrogBox devices, which will be provided to junior boys and girls teams to allow them to live stream their games and capture highlights for social media and presentation events.
Hill Top Northern Villages Cricket Club Wingecarribee Shire Council Shade Protection Boronia Park $9,439.98 Grant application request due to our home ground Boronia Park and a lot of our cricket grounds don't have the shade protection for our players, supporters or families to sit in whilst watching sport. The key objective of this application is to maintain/increase regular and ongoing participation in sport for male, woman and our juniors. By not having any shade/weather protection for our players it could be a barrier to future participation and we want this grant to assist our clubs quality service to our members, supporters and meet community needs that are currently not being meet by local facilities
North Rocks Carlingford Little Athletics Centre City Of Parramatta Council North Rocks Carlingford Little Athletics equipment refresh Peggy Womsley Reserve $6,756.00 updated speakers & starting equipment will assist with providing a quality program that encourages athletes of all capabilities, improves volunteer experience & are easy to maintain
Wyong Warriors Sports Club Inc Central Coast Council Wyong Warriors Multi Sport Back to Physical Activity Event The Central Coast Regional Sporting and Recreation Complex, Tuggerah $5,000.00 Wyong Warriors Multi Sport Back to Physical Activity Event is a multi-sport festival hosted in Wyong, that attracts families, clubs and sporting organisations from across regional areas of NSW to compete in a wide range of sport competitions and activities. The event is aimed to attract families, clubs and teams from regional areas of NSW such as Newcastle, Tamworth, Wollongong, Orange, Penrith, Wyong and Dubbo. The event will hold sporting competitions for males, females and kids across all age groups in: Cricket, Soccer & Hockey.
Wyong Warriors Sports Club Inc Central Coast Council Equipment, Development & Player Uniforms Support Central Coast Regional sporting and Recreation Complex $5,000.00 We the Wyong Warriors Sports Club is a registered sports club under Wyong shire and it represents a group of enthusiastic people within the Central Coast region. Our vision is to serve the community as a sports club that not only delivers opportunities to participate in sport, but also to nurture a positive spirit among its members. We are seeking funding support to help cover the costs for our player and volunteer jerseys (apparel) and equipment, helping cover up to 50 members. As well as attend a Multicultural Awareness Workshop to train and develop our volunteers.
Oran Park Cricket Club Camden Council Family Come & Try Event JACK BRABHAM RESERVE $5,000.00 We are a cricket club that enters boys, girls and men's teams into the local Camden District Cricket Association every summer. We currently have over 13 number of teams, and over 30 volunteers as part of our community club. We are the only cricket club based in Oran Park. We are seeking funding to conduct a Family Come & Try event, specifically targeting new and emerging markets to our club, with the main objective to attract new participants and volunteers for our club.
Clovelly Junior Rugby Football Club Inc. Randwick City Council Safe Tackle Burrows Park $4,140.00 A program of coaching on the tackle process with children moving from touch rugby to tackle and reinforce the good behaviors with existing tackle rugby players.

Specialists coaches used to deliver the training with our volunteer coaches working cloesly to grow their knowledge and ensure a consistent and focussed "tackle" coaching technique is in place to provide for a safe and fun rugby culture across the club.

The increased attention to brain injury across media means this is an important area to "tackle" as we ensure technique is safe and strong, and the training aids needed are acquired for use.
Budokan Judo Club Inc The Hills Shire Council Budokan Judo Club Training Equipment Castle Hill Showground $3,000.00 It is proposed to purchase training equipment to enable Budokan to continue to grow and expand its membership base.  This will be achieved by attracting new members from within the community, increasing participation rates and retaining existing athletes ensuring their ongoing participation in sport. 

The equipment can be utilised across a wide range of age groups and ability levels allowing Coaches to add new training drills and activities across all classes.  These will be immensely beneficial to Budokan’s Judo players.  Specifically enabling them to increase their aerobic endurance, anerobic strength, cognitive skills and spatial awareness within an enjoyable training environment.
Ballina Bowling & Recreation Club Limited Ballina Shire Council Wheelchair for Bowlers Ballina Bowling & Recreation Club Limited $2,442.00 Often bowlers take up the sport later in life and would they would like  to continue to bowls to keep up there physical activity as well as there social connections.  There are also a group of disabled people who are not able to be offered to bowl as there is currently no access onto the green and normal wheelchairs cannot be used due to damaging the greens. by both male and female participants to encourage them to come and try bowls, or to those people who have been previous bowlers but who can no longer bowls due to access difficulties.
Blacktown District Cricket Club Incorporated Blacktown City Council Equipment & Training Support BDCC Joe McAleer Park, Glendenning NSW 2761 $7,000.00 Blacktown District Cricket Club is the only representative cricket club in the Sydney Premier Cricket Competition. We are a premier club based in Blacktown that provides a direct pathway for participants to Cricket NSW and Cricket Australia honours. The funding from this project will contribute to purchasing cricket equipment/balls, upgrading our cricket netting system. As well as staff development training through a Multicultural Awareness Workshop.
Ruse Football Club Inc Campbelltown City Council increase Womens particpation in football jackson park $5,768.00 ruse football clun inc have been part of the campbelltown since 1980. we need to upgrade our old style equitment some of which we have had for over 10 years plus. which would be goal post netts as well corner flags and also look at adressing the barriers to participation and being able to assist in subsidised regestration fees for senior ladies players we currently have 32 players ages raging from 25 years to 54 years old this area would be one way of retaing our current ladies if we were to receive the grant
North Shore District Rifle Association No. 18 Incorporated The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby NSDRA Target Frame Hoisting System Safety Features Incorporation and Refurbishment North Shore Regional Target Shooting Complex - Hornsby $2,158.30 The incorporation of modern safety systems and a major overhaul of 14 shooting target frame lifting/lowering systems to significantly reduce the risk of serious personal injuries and to allow ease of use and access for physically impaired, elderly, junior and lightly-built competitors and support personnel.

Primarily involves removal of a large quantity of manually handled concrete-filled counterweights and replacement with safety brake-winches along with design and fabrication of replacement frame structure components for associated pulleys and cables to safely raise and lower the targets.
Northern Beaches Outrigger canoe club Northern Beaches Council Purchase of  adaptive paddler uncap-sizeable training Single Outrigger Canoe Jamieson Park Narrabeen lake $8,000.00 Purchase of the single adaptive paddler training canoe with two amas and two iakus rigged on both sides at the same time for stability in training. Essential for paddlers with disabilities, seniors and beginners to the sport because the design of the canoe is such that it cannot tip over.
Helensburgh Thistles Senior Soccer Club Wollongong City Council Kick on for Women - Try Football Clinic Rex Jackson Oval $2,450.00 Kick-on for women is an introductory football program focusing on fun, football and friendship.

It is low-impact, football-based program providing physical and mental health benefits, social

connectedness, alongside promotion of the benefits of engaging in team sport.

The program provides eight 45-minute sessions over eight weeks that offer a more social and accessible version of football specifically modified for inactive women over the age of 16.

The participants discover and learn the basic competencies in a relaxed, non-competitive setting.
Africa United Rugby League Incorporated Blacktown City Council Purchase of uniform, equipment and training programs Exeter Farm Reserve, Glenwood $2,000.00 This funding is required to provide new rugby league uniforms and jerseys (jerseys, shorts, socks, bag and polo shirt) to our U/16 and U/18 teams (approx. 60 members). As well as equipment to help facilitate our training and seasonal programs. We are hoping to recommence our female team, which participated in 2017, and this funding will help support with the awareness of our club. We are also looking to train our volunteers by participating in a multicultural awareness workshop.
Trundle Rugby League Club Parkes Shire Council Berryman Park Trundle Berryman Oval Trundle $10,000.00 Berryman Park Trundle is an important hub for the whole community with facilities for cricket, rugby league, athletics, swimming as well as modern playground equipment and a new skate park. It is extremely well supported by the local community being a hive of activity year-round. This high level of activity has been placing pressure on the grounds infrastructure with some now requiring replacement or repair. Upgrades to be undertaken as part of this project include replacing damaged benches, the purchase of new pads for the footy posts along with the internal painting of the dressing sheds.
Nepean Football Association Inc. Penrith City Council Nepean Football Association Harmony Week 2023 Project Jamison Park $5,130.00 To promote participation to culturally diverse and marginalised community groups through a campaign espousing the benefits of cultural diversity in sport.  To promote respect and inclusiveness of all cultures and groups within our community to our existing membership by using special events and media promotions aligned with Harmony Day as the vehicle to bring about change.
Berkeley Vale Rugby League & Sports Club Central Coast Council Disability Access Path Ted Doyle Oval $8,800.00 We wish to make our multi-sport facility more accessible for the elderly and for those with disabilities.

We wish to build a pathway from the entry point at our doubles gates to the family hill.

This will enable grandparents, the elderly, those with disabilities and those in a wheelchair to watch and be more involved in our club.

The pathway will also make us a more inclusive environment

At the moment, once you enter through the double gates, there is no pathway, just mud and puddles !
Mount Sugarloaf Croquet Club Inc. Lake Macquarie City Council Lawn renovation to provide improved playing surface and increased participation. Mount Sugarloaf Croquet Lawns $6,407.00 Mount Sugarloaf's Croquet Lawns are currently good for basic play. They don't provide the Club with the opportunity to promote croquet through holding competitions or to allow our members to increase their skills in the game due to the uneven surface and irregularities in the lawn. It has been recommended that we undertake a full croquet lawn renovation which involves; scarifying, aeration, laser levelling, top dressing and fertilising.  The outcome providing a competition level playing surface which will increase participation in playing croquet, allow our club to host croquet events along with promoting croquet as a sport in our community.
Como-Jannali JRLFC Sutherland Shire Council Celebrating Indigenous Round 2022 Scylla Bay oval $10,000.00 In line with the OFFICE OF SPORT Strategic Plan 2020 -24 Como Junior Rugby League Football are exited and willing to participate and focus on areas within the plan.  This specific program will be primarily focusing on the indigenous round. The club at present has approximately 500 players and approximately 50 players that identify as indigenous, The project will start at the commencement of the season with Indigenous (FIRST NATION) awareness and respecting and learning new ways to grow in a positive way with new and current indigenous players and families. Full commit celebrating indigenous with dignity and pride.
Mingara Killarney District Netball Club Central Coast Council Increase Training Participation Central Coast Indoor Sports $5,000.00 Subsidise the cost of training gear and court hire.
Western Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club Cumberland Council Purchase Rugby League Balls, Uniform and volunteer development Lidcombe Oval $5,000.00 Western Suburbs Magpies Rugby League have been providing Rugby League opportunities for the community for over 110 years and this funding will continue to support our operations.

Our pathway leads from junior representative sides, into Under 16's - NSWRL Harold Matthews, Under 18's - NSWRL S.G. Ball and Seniors - Canterbury Cup NSW (Reserve Grade) sides, all leading to the Wests Tigers Pathway to Success.

Funding will be put towards:

- New Rugby League balls
- Contribute to purchasing jerseys

- Volunteer development training by participating in a multicultural awareness workshop
Lane cove swim club Lane Cove Municipal Council Lane cove Swim club equipment upgrades Lane Cove aquatic centre $9,951.00 We would like to apply for the supply of a Camera and TV to film our swimmers and aid in training. We would also like to apply for some backstroke ledges to help train our swimmers for a backstroke start. We would also like some barriers to enable us to hold swimming carnivals more successfully.
Western Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club Cumberland Council Return to Lidcombe Event 2023 Lidcombe Oval $5,000.00 Lidcombe Oval is located in the Wyatt Park sporting complex and is one of Sydney's suburban sportsgrounds. Opened in 1933 the oval has been used for various sports over the years, most notably Rugby League. The 'Return to Lidcombe' event is an opportunity for the community and rugby league supporters to come together and celebrate the magnificent game of rugby league, the heritage of the Wests Magpies and the history Lidcombe Oval. Four games of Rugby League will be held across the day as the premier entertainment as well as a family friendly atmosphere for all.
WRR Sports and Social Club Ryde City Council Uplifting and supporting cricket skills Meadowbank park $9,910.00 Uplifting and supporting cricket skills
Kairali Thunders Penrith Incorporated Penrith City Council Social Cricket Come and Try Family Event Parker Street Reserve, Penrith $10,000.00 We are a newly formed cricket club based in Penrith. We take part in the mainstream cricket association and various tournaments in and around the Penrith region. We are seeking funding to support our Come and Try event hosted in Penrith, which entails touring teams from all over NSW participating in our cricket program. The event will not only contribute to motivating members to remain active, it will also support local businesses as we have clubs participating from all over NSW. Touring clubs stay and utilise local businesses and attractions as part of the overall experience.
Bradbury Ambarvale Football Club Incorporated Campbelltown City Council Player & Volunteer Support Programs Ambarvale Sports Complex $5,000.00 We are a football club that produces girls and boys football teams in the local Macarthur Football Association. Our club was established in 1980 and we now have over 450 participants, as well as over 12 committee members as part of our growing club. We are seeking assist our disadvantaged senior players with their registration fees, as well as upskilling our volunteer and committee members by attending training programs. This funding will greatly support our objective to increase the participant and volunteer rates within the Campbelltown region.
Corowa Clay Target Club Federation Council Clay Target Trap Machine Upgrades Corowa Clay Target Club $10,000.00 To upgrade our current Clay Target throwing traps to allow for a broader range of disciplines and events to be performed.
Bradbury Ambavale Soccer Club Incorporated Campbelltown City Council Female Gala Day Ambarvale Sports Complex $5,000.00 We are a football club that produces girls and boys football teams in the local Macarthur Football Association. Our club was established in 1980 and we now have over 450 participants, as well as over 12 committee members as part of our growing club. We are seeking funding to host a free female gala day across age groups, for all community football clubs in the Campbelltown region. The event will entail female football participant and training programs.
Kincumber-Avoca Cricket Club Central Coast Council Kincumber-Avoca Cricket Club - Participation and Sustainability Project Erina Oval $9,000.00 This is an inclusive Project, its main objective is to grow participation in the sport of cricket at all levels of the community. Its main focus is to encourage people to become more active and enjoy the sport of cricket. It targets juniors, women, veterans, people from CALD backgrounds and potential players who have varying levels of skill and experience in cricket. With approximately 500 active members in our club, we aim to enhance sustainability by providing coaches with access to accredited training courses and purchase new equipment which will provide members with modern safe resources to enjoy our sport.
Queens Lake Sailing Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council Hot Water System Queens Lake Reserve $6,490.00 Supply and Installation of a new hot water system in the Queens Lake Sailing Club amenities block.
Coolangatta-Mt Warning Dragon Boat Club (known as Wollumbin Dragons Boat Club) Tweed Shire Council Let's All Paddle - Supporting Inclusive Community Sport Tumbulgum Boat Ramp $6,322.00 Target advertising and conduct of inclusive open fitness days to encourage new members. Dragon Paddling is a team sport for people managing disabilities and encourage a low cost sport in disadvantaged regional communities. It’s a great way to get active, have fun, and make new friends.  We provide a safe and easy entry into the world of Dragon Boating with qualified coaches providing a relaxed and supportive program that allows people to enjoy the sport at whatever level suits their individual needs.

Located at Tumbulgum Boat Ramp each Saturday morning from 7.00 am to 9.30 am

Wollumbin Dragon Boat Club
Centaur Netball Club Incorporated Tweed Shire Council Period Wear for Athletes 12 - 16 Arkinstall Park $4,875.00 To provide 150 athletes with  modibodi active briefs.  Periods are a barrier for girls participation in netball and sport in general especially due to the style of the uniforms.  This is one of the identified reasons why girls leave sport between the ages of 13 - 17.  The project aims to significantly reduce the drop out rate and add confidence to the player while they have their periods playing sport.
Lavington Football Netball Club Albury City Council Increase Participation From Underrepresented Groups In Lavington Lavington Sports Ground $5,150.00 Purchasing AFL jumpers, shorts, footballs, plus netballs to minimise playing fees and increase participation among underrepresented groups such as females and low-income households.
Georges River 16ft Sailing Club Bayside Council Youth & Volunteer Life Jackets Georges River 16ft Sailing Club $5,759.00 The purchase of 80 child & youth & 20 adult dinghy sailing life jackets for use by participants of the club's junior, tackers, Try Sailing and regatta events held at the club and the volunteers who support these programs.
Ryde Saints United FC Ryde City Council Ryde Saints United Minis Coaching Program 2023 Pidding Park $5,000.00 Develop and implement a coaching support program throughout the Winter Season to increase participation of boys and girls in the Under 6 to Under 9 age groups. The program will develop the skills of volunteer coaches.
Coonabarabran Bowling Club Warrumbungle Shire Council Renovate Bowling Green Coonabarabran Bowling Club $2,310.00 Carry out extensive renovations to singular bowling green. No greens re-mediation works have been carried out over

the last 15 years. Works to be carried out will be shaving of singular bowling green to -15mm and aeration of same green using toro procore with 12.5mm hollow tines, to remove build-up of excess thatch.
Merrylands Rugby Union Club Limited Cumberland Council To conduct a Try Junior Rugby Union Program in 2023 Holroyd Sports Ground $6,764.00 Our Club recognises the opportunity to promote junior rugby union in the Cumberland LGA as there has been a lack of opportunities for young people to try Rugby Union. We have a large and diverse population and there is a loack of opportunities for these diverse community members in trying Rugby Union
Tweed Valley Equestrian Group Tweed Shire Council Tablets for Event Scoring TVEG Murwillumbah Showgrounds $5,820.00 Dressage scoring is moving with the times to an electronic system.

At an average event we would need 6 tablets for the writers to note the judges marks and comments for the participants. This new system also enables riders to see their scores and feedback minuets after riding. We are seeking a grant to acquire tablets for this.
Burwood Football Club Burwood Council Junior Player and Game Leader Development Blair Park, Queen Street Croydon NSW $5,000.00 To train, develop and qualify our junior players to become Game Leaders and Junior Coaches
Bar Reef Board Riders Newcastle City Council Nurture The Spirit Of Female Surfing Bar Beach Newcastle $8,820.00 BarReef Boardriders surf the beautiful BarBeach waves in Newcastle. We are 148 members with 49 females ranging in age from 4 to early 60’s.

We want to nurture the spirits of females of all ages, to provide fearless fun, increase confidence and ward off intimidation in the surf.

We’d use the grant to subsidise small group surf coaching, tailored to our female new and prospective members.

We’d like to run beginner and intermediate younger girls, and beginner adult ladies small coaching groups. We would support fun, peer support and bravery, with enough coaching attention for females to progress their surfing.
Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club Central Coast Council Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club's Junior Program Bill Sohier Park $4,710.00 Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club's Program to grow the game of cricket for both young boys and girls through the purchasing on new equipment to break down the financial barriers to cricket.
Bradbury Cricket Club Inc Campbelltown City Council Equipment Support For Bradbury Cricket Club BRADBURY OVAL $6,500.00 Bradbury Cricket Club has served the local community for over 50 Years. Founded in 1969 we provide programs for junior and senior cricketers including - Junior Blast and Master Blaster, Girls Thunder League, Under 10's to 16's competitions. Our aim is to provide a climate where all members can learn and enjoy the game of cricket and develop their potential while striving to play at the highest level possible. We are seeking funding to purchase cricket equipment, a hessian cover for our turf pitches as well as a Super Sopper. This will increase the overall participation experience for our players
Bradbury Cricket Club Inc. Campbelltown City Council Club Development Programs BRADBURY OVAL $3,500.00 Bradbury Cricket Club has served the local community for over 50 Years. Founded in 1969 we provide programs for junior and senior cricketers including - Junior Blast and Master Blaster, Girls Thunder League, Under 10's to 16's competitions. Our aim is to provide a climate where all members can learn and enjoy the game of cricket and develop their potential while striving to play at the highest level possible. We are seeking funding to facilitate coaching programs during the offseason for our junior participants. As well as upskill our staff in training and development programs, particularly regarding child safety protocols.
Greater Sydney Disc Golf Inc. City Of Parramatta Council Replacement Of 9 Disc Golf Baskets At Newington Armory Newington Armory $7,303.00 Sydney Disc Golf Club has been operating at the Newington Armory in Sydney Olympic Park since 2006. Disc golf is a flying disc sport similar to traditional golf, where players throw a plastic frisbee into a metal basket instead of hitting a ball into a hole. The original 9 baskets installed in 2006 (all metal construction) are now over 16 years old and starting to fall apart due to corrosion. The Club seeks funds to replace these worn out baskets so that all 18 holes at the Armory can continue to be used for disc golf for another 20+ years.
McCredie Park Aquatics Swimming Club Cumberland Council Education and Support Program Guildford Pools, 1 Tamplin Road, Guildford , NSW 2161 $5,474.00 McCredie Park Aquatics requires to purchase a laptop and associated swimming software to educate members of the club to enhance the clubs priority in assisting swimmers in their sporting career, as well as making them aware of the ease on how to be involved.
The Lakes Outrugger Canoe Club Lake Macquarie City Council Compulsory Canoe  Covers for Paddler Protection Boatman’s Row $3,800.00 Outrigging is a sport conducted in the open ocean. Canoe covers are essential to ensure the safety of participants when paddling in the open ocean. They stop the canoe from being flooded with water.  Like all equipment used in the open weather, they need to be replaced regularly.
Cronulla Youth Weight Training Association  (CYWTA) Sutherland Shire Council Projects  New Carpet  Attract  Wider Range and Diversity of Members CYWTA  Gunnamatta Park $10,000.00 CYWTA’s existing floor covering consists of rubber squares laid over a wooden floor is over 15 years old.  With the member traffic it is worn and needs replacing.

Supply and install new A1 rubber tiles 2 rooms dimensions are 6m x 6m and 15m x 9m (with an alcove measuring 4.25m x 1.6m)  Alcove included, total area: 36+135 = 171 SQM

This will revitalise the youth club and enable us to attract a wider range and diversity of members. Specialised ladies’ equipment smaller, graduated dumbbell and barbell sets ideal for members not able to use the current heavier weight s.
Mal De Mer Longriders Inc Port Macquarie-hastings Council Mal De Mer Laptop Software & Carrycase for Club Administration Rainbow Beach Reserve Bonny Hills $2,108.00 Currently the majority of the club documentation is kept in hard copy form. The project aims to centralize all records of committee meetings, asset registers, members & events. This will allow the club to develop spread sheets to track point scoring in competitions during the year. It will also enhance communication with the club members.
Kemps Creek United Soccer Club Liverpool City Council Purchase of Sport Equipment and Uniforms Bill Anderson Reserve, KEMPS CREEK $7,800.00 Purchase of sport equipment and uniforms to replace aging and failing items such as training gear including pop-up goals, poles, cones, bibs and balls. Also, the provision of uniforms for up to three new teams including a new female team in the Under 18 age group.

The grant will assist the Club in meeting the Office of Sports' Strategic Plan 2020-2024 priorities in terms of participation, by encouraging more people, particularly children, engaging in physical activity and organised sport. The upgrading, replacement and provision of new equipment and uniforms contributes to retaining and retaining participants.
Tamworth Swans Australian Football & Netball Club Tamworth Regional Council Junior netball dress pool Tamworth Sports Dome $2,500.00 The project aligns with our expansion into junior netball, with former Tamworth Public School teams coming under the Tamworth Swans AFNC and required to play in Club dresses.  The project aims to establish a pool of playing dresses to be loaned to players to use, to avoid families requiring ongoing purchases of new dresses as players grow and outgrow their dresses.
Blue Mountains Football Club Inc Blue Mountains City Council Replacement of Canteen equipment. Knapsack Park $8,450.00 New clubhouse is currently being constructed.  BMFC will need to supply Refrigerator, Freezer, coffee machine, pie warmer and BBQ for game day.  Current equipment will not be sufficient for the new clubhouse as it due for replacement or we do not have some necessary canteen equipment.
Mako Paddle Club Shoalhaven City Council Storage Shed and Sign installation at training venue Woollamia Regional Boat Ramp $8,400.86 The project will create secure storage for essential training equipment and allow Mako to cater for increased participation in dragon boating, replacing a small storage box that keeps getting stolen. It will allow training resources to be accessible and available at all times to cater for a growing membership and targeted training sessions for new members. It will allow signage and notice board to become a focal point advertising club activities, training sessions, competitive achievements, social media platforms, sponsors and contact information to encourage further participation. An advertised 'open day' BBQ will coincide with the shed opening to celebrate.
Ripples St Marys Swimming Club Inc Penrith City Council Purchase of Hooded Towels Ripples Leisure Centre St Marys $6,500.00 Purchase of hooded towels for all swimming members to provide warmth and protection on club nights and at meets whilst providing a smart and cohesive look incorporating our club colours and logo.
Titans Swimming Club Central Coast Council Winter 2023 Swimming Carnival Toukley Pool $3,616.00 Our annual winter swimming carnival is usually held at Toukley Pool or Peninsular Leisure Centre (depending on availability and cost).  This carnival is open to swimmers of all levels and ages who are registered with any NSW swim club. We have a reputation for well organised and run carnivals run by club volunteers and supported by Coast and Valley swimming officials.  It is a great opportunity for kids to have a go and get race experience or for those of higher level to achieve their swimming goals of country and state times.
Concord & Ryde Sailing Club Inc. Unincorporated Augment And Renew, CRSC Training Boat Safety Equipment Kissing Point Park, Putney $2,352.00 Concord & Ryde Sailing Club members sail dinghies competitively and regularly run training programs aimed at encouraging community members to join this sport.

Maintaining and improving on the safety equipment used in our training course programs is a requirement of our Australian Sailing accreditation to run these courses.

Renewal of our near "end of life" Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) and Optimus Training Boat Buoyancy Bags will ensure we meet these requirements.

Purchase of Safety Helmets will add further protection for our trainees.

All items have a life time of 10 years, ensuring an overall benefit to an estimated 250 trainees.
Coffs Harbour Yacht Club Ltd Coffs Harbour City Council New Boat Storage Space Coffs Harbour Yacht Club $9,962.00 To create covered storage (metal) on racks (wooden) for sailing dinghies in an enclosed area of the Club's property to solve the need of the Coffs Harbour and regional community for increased learn to sail capacity by potential participants of all ages, sexes and disadvantaged groups. There has not been an increase to the storage capacity since 1975.  The Yacht Club is an accredited Discover Sailing Centre and with increased storage for boats will have the ability to meet the increased community demand for particiaption in the psort of sailing.
Woy Woy Peninsula Netball Association Inc Central Coast Council Koori Gala Day Participants Costs Lemon Grove Netball Courts $1,800.00 Host a netball gala day run by Netball NSW at our home ground Lemon Grove Netball Courts, Ettalong,  We are requesting financial assistance in spreading the word amongst our local indigenous  to increase the number of them participating in our local competition on a regular basis. Also to assist in funding their participation of the day.
St Georges Basin Junior Rugby League Club Shoalhaven City Council SGBJRL Reducing The Cost of Player Training Uniforms Francis Ryan Oval $8,000.00 Providing all players with training uniforms (shirt, shorts and socks) with registration to improve the club's sense of pride in the community and reducing barriers to provide all children access to physical activity and social inclusion.
Port Macquarie Rowing Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council rowing for fun and fitness Port Macquarie Rowing Club, Boatshed, on shore of Hasting River. $4,356.00 Port Macquarie rowing club project to encourage greater participation in the sport of rowing in the Port Macquarie - Hasting area. A project to promote rowing as a fun and health promotion activity for all ages and genders, particularly junior girls and their mothers. To promote benefits of learning new sports skills together with training and accrediting new coaches at first level. To make student / parent membership more affordable and purchasing new rowing training equipment. Project to commence with a family fun day to promote rowing interest.
St Patricks Rugby Club Inc Strathfield Municipal Council 1. Womens Training Equipment and Programs 2.Software, Register Upgrade. Hudson Park Oval $6,540.00 1. Develop and implement training programs and purchase exercise equipment for our women's rugby team to improve their knowledge, skills and fitness and assisting in minimising the risk of injury.

2. Replace current register and software to improve management of stock, ensure quality and secure data which ensures appropriate record keeping and reduces tasks required of volunteers.
Seaforth Football Club Northern Beaches Council Training Resources Seaforth Oval $6,590.00 The project seeks to improve the training resources available to junior club members (aged 6-18) for both girls and boys, to enhance the development and enjoyment of football. This project seeks to provide two full size portable football goals to help with the children's development by providing effective and game relevant equipment relevant to football. These will be available for all teams to use on training nights (Mon-Fri).
Minnamurraa Tennis Club The Council Of The Municipality Of Kiama Clubhouse Improvement Minnamurra Tennis Club,James Oates Reserve, Minnamurra 2533 NSW $6,490.00 New Shutters to secure Clubhouse
Katoomba RSL Swimming Club Blue Mountains City Council Katoomba RSL Swimming Club Aquatic & Leisure Centre Katoomba $6,170.00 Due to renovations to the outdoor pool at Katoomba, our club wasn't able to access and use the clubhouse. We would like lockable storage for technical equipment as well as new equipment to ensure accurate times with which members apply for state and national swimming races. A well equipped and maintained swimming club attracts also new members and therefore a stronger connection to the community. As a club we do not target specific groups in the community - everyone is welcome and accepted.
Griffith Waratah Tigers (Junior) Rugby League Football Club Griffith City Council Protective headgear for all participants Jubilee Oval Griffith NSW $6,415.20 We wish to supply all participants with headgear free of charge to encourage increased participation numbers and retain returning players. We hope to also attract a higher number of female players by helping to alleviate concerns around safety. Concussion injuries are of concern for all rugby league players and the supply of headgear along with encouraged usage will help to mininise head injuries. This grant will alleviate financial constraints which have previously impacted a large proportion of our players particularly members of our aboriginal and CALD community.
Westlakes Archers Inc Lake Macquarie City Council Target Buttresses For Fassifern Oval Fassifern Oval $2,870.00 More target buttresses (frames and filling) are required for the future of Westlakes Archers to hold more interclub and State Target events. Currently we use portable buttresses which need to be set up every time. This reduces the amount of time the archers have to shoot, especially when the people putting out the portable targets are the archers themselves.
Wett Ones Swimming Club Inc Council Of The City Of Sydney Australian Queer Aquatics Festival - timing equipment Sydney University Sports and Aquatic Centre $2,034.00 Wett Ones Swimming Club is the largest Masters Swimming affiliated club in Australia and is hosting an international aquatics festival as part of Sydney World Pride in March 2023. It will have swimming, including Multi Class participation, water polo and ocean swim events. We are aiming to make the Australian Queer Aquatics Festival (aquafest.org.au) an annual event, timed with the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. We will need timing equipment for the swimming competition. We would also use the equipment for Masters Swimming NSW competitions, intra club competition and training. We would also lend the equipment to other clubs.
Shark Island Paddlers Inc Woollahra Municipal Council Tingira Challenge Tingira Reseve, Rose Bay $2,000.00 The Tingira Challenge is the Annual Ocean Ski event conducted by Shark Island Paddlers Inc.

It is named in honour of the Royal Australian Navy vessel STS Tingira which was moored at Rose Bay during the inter war period. Representatives from the Tingira Association attend to present the Winner’s trophies.

“Tingira” is a native word for “Open Water”.
Avoca Beach Football Club Central Coast Council Upgraded Signage - Avoca Beach Football Club Erina High School $3,000.00 This funding would be used to purchase updated flags and signage for match day and training purposes.
Prestons Netball Club Liverpool City Council Inclusive Uniform Subsidy Woodward Park $8,000.00 Introduction of Prestons Netball Club Inclusive Uniform range at a subsidised cost to ensure accessibility and increase participation for all
Byron Bay Runners Incorporated Byron Shire Council Byron Bay Runners coach accreditation project Cavanbah Centre, 249 Ewingsdale Road, Byron Bay, NSW 2481 $3,500.00 Training programs for volunteer coaches - Level 1 x 3 volunteers, Level 2 x 2 volunteers, Trail running course level 3 x 3 volunteers
St Ives Junior Rugby Club Inc Ku-ring-gai Council St Ives Junior Rugby Club - Rugby for All Campaign Hassell Park $2,000.00 A social media campaign looking to promote girls rugby as well as to promote more involvement in rugby across as broad a demographic as possible within our community to ensure that our members reflect the multi-cultural nature of the area of St Ives.
St Ives Junior Rugby Club Inc Ku-ring-gai Council St Ives Junior Rugby - Come Try Rugby Preseason Events Hassell Park $2,000.00 Pre-season Come Try Rugby events, held at our club's home ground at Hassell Park in February 2023. These events run over 4 Sunday evenings focussed on getting new recruits into our club by letting them come for a series of skills and drills sessions, so that they can experience Rugby as well as what our club has to offer. It is aimed at both new recruits  - all ages, both genders with a focus on girls' participation -  as well as being a pre-season event for our existing club community to start the season off.
Sandy Point Dragons Incorporated Sutherland Shire Council Junior Paddling Program Sandy Point $9,835.00 Equipment for junior paddlers including carbon fibre paddles, paddle bag to carry team paddles to regattas, and life jackets. The new paddles will be team paddles provided to junior paddlers (under 18) for training and regattas. The life jackets are provided to junior paddlers for training, and are a requirement at the National Championships that all juniors wear life jackets.
Guyra Gun Club Inc Armidale Regional Council Improve shooting layouts for wheelchair participants. 3670 New England Highway Guyra   Guyra Gun Club $5,400.00 To infill certain sections of each shooting layout with concrete so that wheelchair participants whilst competing can move more freely, independently and safely.
St Georges Basin Junior Rugby League Club Shoalhaven City Council St Georges Basin Junior Rugby League - Come and Try Francis Ryan Oval $2,000.00 Host a come and try day at our home grounds Francis Ryan Oval targeted to kids who don't or haven't played rugby league. Funds to contribute to advertising (printing of flyers etc) and purchase of additional training equipment for the club and purchase of items such as footballs/drink bottles etc to give away as prizes.
Zone 6 Endurance Riders Mid-coast Council Zone 6 Introduction To Endurance Ride March 2023 Johns River Village Reserve $2,500.00 An introduction to endurance riding for newcomers to the sport. All riders welcome, juniors, families, older riders, and women that are returning to riding after a break. It will help them gain confidence if they have other riders to train with and camp with/show them the ropes. We will Mentor them on how to prepare their horse/set up their yards//strap their horses and the vetting procedures for their horses and will run a 10km ride. Connecting them with our local endurance riders and endurance clubs. To be held at Johns River Village Hall/Recreation Field in early March 2023.
Cronulla Sharks Boardriders Sutherland Shire Council Education, Training  and Support of Junior members Dunningham Park , Nth Cronulla Beach $5,773.00 CSB would like to further our support junior surfing and their families by offerring

1. Training 3-4 committee members in surf coaching , surf awareness, surf rescue and first aid .

2. Offer additional surf coaching , training and video analyis  of junior members at our events

3. Provide a junior boardriders club tent so as to promote the junior boardriders within the club .

4. Provide support for our Junior boardriders teams to compete in junior events

5. Provide  financial assistance to members competing at Australian Surfing Titles - currently have 2 members that will be competing.
Sawtell Swimming Club Coffs Harbour City Council Sawtell Swimming Club Development Application 5 Lyons Road, Sawtell Community Swim Centre $2,889.00 Sawtell Swimming Club has 49 active members. There is a high proportion of young female swimmers within the club and most meet daily to participate in either swimming lessons, stroke development lessons and squad training. Sawtell Swimming Club host a swim meet every Wednesday evening on a spring to autumn calendar September to June. Our grant proposal is to enhance existing facilities and purchase a PA (Public Announcement) system for the club to use not only on its weekly swim club meets but also when hosting regional carnivals that involve over 300 young people.
Coffs Coast Ice Hockey Association Coffs Harbour City Council Goalie equipment Big Banana Fun Park Skating Rink $4,000.00 Purchase of goal tender equipment for use by club members. Currently the club has limited amounts for goal tender equipment and is in large sizes. Female and junior members are unable to try out goal tending as the limited equipment owned by the club.

The grant will allow the club to buy 2 sets of smaller equipment sizes for juniors and women to use. Some women specific pieces of equipment will be bought. The kits will include the safety equipment required (Mask, leg pad, chest protector, catcher, trapper, neck protector, jock, women's jill, neck guard and stick)
Figtree Unanderra Hockey Club Wollongong City Council Barriers To Participation - Subsidised Registration Fees Illawarra Hockey Centre $5,000.00 Subsidised Registration Costs for Senior Players in 2023 including women and members from regional and remote NSW who have relocated to Wollongong.
Surfing Sutherland Shire Sutherland Shire Council First Aid and Shark Attack Response Training for surfers Cronulla Beach $3,610.00 This project is being undertaken to train at least one representative from each of the eleven surfing clubs in Sutherland Shire to meet eligibility for insurance cover in 2023 and enable professional response in the event of an incident.
Brisbane Water Cricket Club Central Coast Council BWCC Coaching development and Try cricket days Adcock Park $2,000.00 BWCC will engage local business Central Coast Cricket Academy to provide assistance in developing Junior coaching programs and running 'Try cricket days' focus on both male and female participants.
Bombala RSL Club Snowy Monaro Regional Council Club Bombala Bowls Enhancement Program 2023 Club Bombala. $5,084.00 There are two parts to our enhancement plan for 2023.

The purchase of two complete sets of carpet bowls - Carpet and Bowls.

The club is encouraging juniors, through the local schools, to play lawn bowls. Due to our region's climate this is very difficult for over six months of the year. Therefore, we want to provide an indoor opportunity for our school children to enjoy bowls when the weather does not allow participation outdoors.

The installation of a Retractable Shade System, five rinks remain with no shade cover. Due to our weather, we need sun protection for bowlers.
Nyngan Netball Association Bogan Shire Council Nyngan Netball Association Uniform Redevelopment Larkin Oval $8,480.00 The development and purchase of Nyngan Tigers netball uniforms to allow for increased participation in Netball whilst supporting body confidence in young women of the Bogan Shire.
Narrabeen Swimming Club Northern Beaches Council Narrabeen Swimming Club Pool Timing Equipment Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation Narrabeen $10,000.00 Timing Touchpads for pool to maximise athlete performance.

Swimming touchpads are automatic electronic timing devices used to accurately record a swimmer's time and eliminate human error.
Lalor Park Junior Rugby League Club Blacktown City Council Lalor Park Kookas JRL Equipment Cavanagh Reserve $7,687.19 To provide sufficient and adequate training equipment for Lalor Park Kookas Junior Rugby League to train and play in the Parramatta competition
Wyong District Cricket Club Central Coast Council Baker Park Nets Synthetic Grass Upgrade Baker Park $9,000.00 WDCC is proposing to upgrade the synthetic grass in two of the five cricket practice nets currently at Baker Park. The existing synthetic grass in these nets has been in use for approximately 15 years and is now in poor condition and in need of repair.  The other three practice nets have recently been upgraded with new synthetic grass (i.e. in the last two years).
Merrylands Amateur Swimming Club Incorporated Cumberland Council Pace Clocks Merrylands Swimming Centre $10,000.00 Purchase & installation of pace clocks & poles to the 50 metre pool at Merrylands Swimming Centre
Brunswick Byron Netball Association Incorporated Byron Shire Council Workshops: Training and Development of Coaches and Players Mullumbimby Recreation Ground $2,000.00 BBNAI would like to continue with the very successful workshops undertaken in the past few years and once again engage professional, expert, netball coaches to visit our association for:

• Club level coach development workshop

* Introduce and train new coaches with the netball coaches App

• Workshop for players

Our experienced representative coaches will be attending all workshops to assist where

needed. Our club coaches will be in attendance at the player workshops to observe, learn

and take small groups supporting the professional instructors.
Hornsby Rugby Club The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Hornsby Rugby - Mens And Womens Rugby Programme Mark Taylor Oval $9,000.00 The project aims to provide local men and women the opportunity to play rugby union through the provision of key equipment such as rugby balls, hydration equipment & uniforms.
BallinaBowling and Recreation Club Ltd Ballina Shire Council State final lawn bowls Pennants Ballina Bowling and Recreation Club $3,000.00 State final lawn bowls Pennant

Elimination rounds through out the State, are to be conducted over 3 months,early in 2023. Depending on geographic/climate.eliminations rounds may be carried out at different times.On June 30th the qualifying 16 teams will assemble in Ballina for a 3 day tournament to determine the State champion.

Each team consists of 12 players, plus reserves, officialsand in many cases are also accompanied by a supported group.

16 teams are divided into 4 pools who play a 3 round "round robin"with the 4 winners proceed to a semi-final and eventually a final.
Oakhurst Dolphins Netball Club Inc Blacktown City Council Keeping The Dolphins On The Court Mittigar Reserve Hassall Grove $5,334.00 Purchase of uniforms and training shirts to minimise cost associated with start up and continuation of club sports. Cover the cost of associations fees for volunteers / non players being committee members, team coaches and umpires
EBC Cronulla Incorporated Sutherland Shire Council Competition / Event Cronulla Beach and surrounds $2,000.00 EBC will provide the necessary personnel and equipment support to conduct a major surfing event and competition to enhance our members experiences and skill. Invitations will also be sent to local and interstate surfing boardriders clubs and communities
St Joseph's Riverwood Sports Club Georges River Council Growing Kids Cricket Gannons Park $2,400.00 Support for programmes to be run by the club to increase participation, skills and access to coaching. Focussed on 9-12yr old boys and girls we will use pre-season 'in school' promotions, 'come and try' days, and coaching clinics to increase the number of junior players and improve skills. In addition, we'll support the formal training of coaches so that ongoing coaching resources are more available.
Warilla Lake South Minor RLFC Shellharbour City Council Warilla Lake South MLRFC - Munchkins League Program Ced Glenholmes Oval $4,000.00 Munchkin League is an Early Childhood development program with a Rugby League twist, designed for children aged 3-5 years old, welcoming all abilities and skill levels. The program holds a philosophy of learning through play, promoting physical activity in a fun and interactive environment . Munchkin League encourages children to learn fine and gross motor skills, teamwork, problem solving abilities and communication. It also provides an opportunity for participants to develop friendships and help build self-confidence.
Blaxland Football Club Blue Mountains City Council Blaxland Football Club New Goals, Goal Nets & Freezer St Johns Oval $8,000.00 Blaxland Football Club would like to purchase new junior goals to improve our junior competition and attract new junior players into sport, new goal nets are desperately required to replace our old deteriorating ones for our senior players and a new fridge/freezer for our canteen.
Shellharbour City Sharks RLFC Inc Shellharbour City Council Shellharbour City Sharks Replacement of Electronic Scoreboard Roller Shutter Ron Costello Oval $3,100.00 The Club's Electronic Scoreboard located at Ron Costello Oval requires a replacement roller shutter, the original being damaged by severe winds. The shutter protects the Electronic Scoreboard (LED) from the weather and also potential vandalism when not in use. Ron Costello Oval and the associated Ben Fretus field are utilised for men’s rugby league, ladies league tag, boy’s junior rugby league and girls junior league tag. The Club also hosts representative trial (Harold Matthews, S.G. Ball and Jersey Flegg) and some Group 7 final series games. Protection of the Electronic Scoreboard ensures continued operation and availability for participants and spectators.
North Ryde RSL Youth Club Ryde City Council Pitching machine upgrade to strengthen coaching and training Magdala Park $4,700.00 To engage and retain more kids with our sport and strengthen the performance of our teams, we seek to upgrade our practice facilities with a more modern and reliable pitching machine to enhance our recent investments in a high-quality batting cage. The Hack Attack machine provides higher quality training for our youth players with more functionality and reliability. It will particularly support teenage players at risk of dropping out of regular sports. The machine will be installed in a secure facility at our home ground, adjacent to the Youth Club.
Yanco Wamoon Rugby League Football Club Leeton Shire Council Furnishing the New Yanco Wamoon Rugby League Club Womens Changerooms Yanco Sportsground $3,624.00 We have secured a grant for the building of 2 women's changerooms, however, it is only the room so we need to buy strapping/massage tables, hooks, mirrors, and heaters. The new change rooms will be built at the Yanco Sportsground and will be used by the women's league tag team and future rugby league teams.
Hastings Valley Vikings Rugby Union Club Incorporated Port Macquarie-hastings Council Hastings Valley Vikings FC Women’s Rugby Program Oxley Oval, Port Macquarie, NSW, 2444 $10,000.00 To increase regular and ongoing participation and access for women and girls to participate in sport through Rugby Union. This program will address current barriers to participation in sports for women and girls in Port Macquarie. In addition, the program will provide avenues for training programs for women and girls to attend training programs in coaching and match official accreditation. Additional support will be provided to women and girls from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, people with a disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
Wiseman Park Wollongong City Bowling Club Wollongong City Council Wiseman Park Wollongong City Bowling Club Wiseman Park Wollongong City Bowling Club $5,780.00 Wiseman Park Wollongong City Bowling Club is located in Gwynneville NSW only 2 kilometres from the heart of Wollongong.

The Club’s facilities are currently used by school groups, disabled adults, and local University Rugby Union and Hockey Clubs.

This project will provide new scoreboards to two greens at the Club.

The existing steel scoreboards are approximately thirty years old and in a dilapidated and dangerous condition. They are difficult to use particularly for our elderly players and the disability groups that play each week.

The proposed plastic scoreboards will provide a safer and improved facility for members and visitors.
Hills Basketball Association Incorporated The Hills Shire Council Bernie Mullane Sports Complex Scorboard System Bernie Mullane Sports Complex $9,730.00 Upgrade of faulty/damaged scoreboard system at Bernie Mullane Sports Complex. 2-court indoor sports facility.
Saratoga Sailing Club Inc Central Coast Council AFX Portable Boat Ramp Saratoga Sailing Club $7,000.00 Provide a portable boat ramp for improved access to deep water across mud and sand.
Maitland Football Club Maitland City Council MFC JDL Boys & Girls 9 To 12, 2day Tournament Cook Square Precinct East Maitland & Maitland Park $9,000.00 A 2-day Tournament for girls and boys ages 9's, 10's, 11's & 12's hosted by Maitland Football Club (MFC) in the July 2023 School Holidays.  Regional Clubs will be invited to attend from: - Bathurst, Orange, Dubbo, Gunnedah, Tamworth Armidale, Taree, Port Macquarie, Kempsey, Coffs Harbour, Central Coast, Singleton, Muswellbrook & Scone. In total we estimate there will be 56 teams participating in the tournament with each team playing 7 games of 25 min duration, over the two days. Over the tournament will cater for over 600 girls and boys players plus parents, coaches and other support people.
Maitland Saints AFC Maitland City Council Website and Social Media Development Max McMahon Oval $4,000.00 The Project will provide a consistent, collaborative and cohesive website and social media (Facebook and Instagram) presence through templates, training and a photographic database for club officials to draw from for content. The Project will create consistency across juniors and seniors as well as increasing female participation by ensuring content is universal and, where required, targeted. The project will aim to increasing participation of players from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTQI+ community and Aboriginal peoples, as well as women and girls.
Conjola Stingrays Outrigger Canoe Club Shoalhaven City Council Conjola Stingrays OCC Equipment Hoylake Grove Reserve $5,805.00 To purchase equipment to improve access to the sport for new and existing paddlers.  Access for women and older paddlers will be eased through the purchase of a new trolley to make it easier to move the canoes on and off the water.  More people will be able to paddle at the same time through the purchase of 2 additional steering paddles and additional safety equipment.  Access for paddlers who work will be improved through the purchase of boat lights and fluorescent ropes to support paddling before sunrise and after sunset.
Camden Rugby League Football Club Camden Council Increase Young Women in Rugby League Kirkham Oval, Elderslie $9,460.00 Provide uniforms and equipment for twenty five (25) U18 Female Rugby League participants at Camden RLFC and field our first U18 Female team. This will allow increased participation in sport. This will reduce the financial barrier that does contribute to participation in a new sport and ensure they have quality new equipment and uniforms.
Mullumbimby Lady Golfers Byron Shire Council Lets Go Golf! Mullumbimby Golf Club. $3,030.00 To provide Lets Go Golf sessions at Mullumbimby Golf Club for women of all ages in our local community in an inclusive supportive environment. To provide a positive experience that will foster friendship and connectivity and an outlet for a community that has suffered much though recent floods.
Lavington Panthers Junior Football Club Albury City Council Coach Development Training for All Lavington Panthers Club Coaches Lavington Sports Ground $3,000.00 We intend to engage an experienced and reputable AFL coach education provider (Footy Smarts) to conduct coach education face to face and on line for a fixed price to up to 50 of our coaches, which will cover our juniors as well as including our Auskick participants and Senior teams that we are working with in this project. Please refer to attached quote and detailed information on the program and also to Footy Smarts website for further information: https://www.footysmarts.com.au/
Maroubra Rugby League Football Club Randwick City Council Maroubra RLFC - Cubs to Lionesses Development Program Snape Park Maroubra NSW $2,500.00 The training, development and retention of young females into the team sport of junior rugby league with the Maroubra Rugby League Football Club.

This will be achieved by offering quality coaching initially through a weekly pre-season "Come and Try" program delivered within a safe controlled environment at our home ground at Snape Park Maroubra.

The program will aimed at kindergaten to primary aged girls at schools within our immediate club catchment area.
Wenty Hockey City Of Canada Bay Council Wenty Hockey Club A Stronger Future Cintra Park Concord $6,924.00 Funding for equipment, training venues and advertising to grow and maintain at least 2 junior hockey teams and 3 senior women's teams. We run Come and Try hockey days twice a year aimed at junior players, this grant will go a long way to cover field hire, playing and training equipment. Our 2 junior teams are Under 7 and Under 11 and compete in a Sydney wide competition. Due to wet weather impacting our usual grass training fields, we have had no training facilities available. This grant will allow us to hire an artificial turf for training and developement purposes.
Speers Point Amateur Sailing Club Inc. Lake Macquarie City Council Junior Program Instructor Development Lake Macquarie $4,435.00 Speers Point Amateur Sailing Club (SPASC) is an Australian Sailing-accredited Discovery Sailing centre, providing sailing instruction to junior sailors. This project enables the SPASC instructor team to undergo required initial and ongoing training to safely facilitate those junior courses.
Grafton Dragon Boat Club Clarence Valley Council Public Address System Boat Ramp $6,291.00 To improve communication to our regatta participants and in the interests of improving participant safety on the water, Grafton Dragon Boat Club will purchase and install a public address system that is suitable for on-water activities and re-direct current expenditure into hiring a system into participation activities.
Eastern Suburbs Rugby Union Club Woollahra Municipal Council Easts Rugby Gym Equipment Andrew Petrie Oval (Woollahra Oval 1) $9,853.00 New equipment will be purchased for the Easts Rugby gym at Andrew Petrie Oval (Woollahra Oval 1) to support the club's 230 playing members. The project will support the continued growth of the Easts Rugby Women's program from 40 to 100 during the life cycle of the project.
Ballina Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd Ballina Shire Council Ballina Cherry Street Croquet Administration Program Hampton Park $1,896.00 The Ballina Cherry Street Croquet Club wishes to purchase a laptop, printer, backup drive and associated accessories (including Micrsoft 365 subscription) together with an office style desk to be stored in the clubhouse for use by the volunteer management committee.
Kookas Cricket Club Inc Shellharbour City Council Replacement Cricket Bowling Machine Oakleigh Park $4,963.00 Replacement Cricket Bowling Machine due to flooding damage into equipment shed.
Norwest Rugby Incorporated Blacktown City Council Norwest Junior Rugby Girls Development Program Alwyn Lindfield Reserve $9,132.00 This project is to assist in the retention and growth of our girls rugby stream across both the XV and 7s version of the game. We are the only junior rugby union club in the Riverstone electorate providing avenues for girls to be active in the various forms of the game. We are seeking assistance to provide suitable uniforms, equipment, shade protection and upskilling of our girls coaches to drive more engagement and growth in this activity.
Kellyville Supersonics Sports Club Incorporated The Hills Shire Council Kellyville_Supersonics_Sports_Grant_2021 Balmoral Road Reserve $10,000.00 Increasing senior/junior player and girls participation through subsidising the cost towards

their registration/uniforms and cricket gear purchase.
Orange United Sports Club Orange City Council Breaking Down The Barriers Orange PCYC $10,000.00 Orange United Sports Club will remove the financial, uniform and equipment barriers for our targeted groups to be able access sport. Sports that we are targeting will include Netball, Basketball
Port City Hockey Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council Port City Hockey Club Increasing Participation In Under Represented Communities 1 Hockey Place, Port Macquarie, 2444 $5,498.00 Port City Hockey Club (PCHC) is one of the largest hockey clubs in the Port Macquarie region with over 80 registered senior players  in 6 different teams and over 50 juniors playing in the junior competition. We are small enough to maintain a friendly, social atmosphere, yet large enough to provide good club depth and a home for players of all abilities to fully enjoy their hockey experience. The club’s current strategy is to attract diverse communities and increase the First Nations Indigenous players list. To do this successfully, we need to structure the club properly and attract more volunteers.
Australian Bangladesh Sports & Cultural Association Incorporated Canterbury-bankstown Council ABSCA Cricket Gala Day Support Steve Folkes Reserve $8,000.00 t is the 28th anniversary of the BD Gold Cup and we are looking to host a cricket community event in 2023. The event will be a celebration of the BD Gold Cup that is run by the Australian Bangladesh Sports and Cultural Association (ABSCA) and we will be inviting members of the community and VIP guests to attend. The event will entail cricket programs for both females and males across all age groups.
Monaro Archery Club Inc Queanbeyan-palerang Regional Council Archery Field Maintenance Noel Templeman Archery Range $5,000.00 The grant is requested for the purchase of a ride-on mower to maintain the archery ranges. The local council is unable to mow the ranges to the frequency required to keep the grass in a manageable condition. The main issue is the safety of the members due to the risks from snakes in the area.
Macarthur Raptors Inc Camden Council Jersey Support Macarthur Raptors Cricket Club All Sports Indoor $5,000.00 Formed in 2016, we are a mainstream Indoor Cricket Club that is part of the Cricket NSW/Australia pathway. We have junior and senior club teams that play in the National Indoor Cricket League (NICL). Our club consists of over 200 members and we're now the most successful current NSW Indoor Cricket Club winning 4 of the past 5 Club Championships, 4 straight Premier Division Trophies, and have represented NSW in all Cricket Australia's National Indoor Cricket League Finals Series, finishing 2nd in 2018, and 3rd in 2019. We are seeking funding to purchase uniforms for our participants and volunteers.
Nepean Rowing Club Ltd Penrith City Council Rowing Quad Nepean Rowing Club $10,000.00 Rowing quad for youth competition
Manly Warringah Basketball Association Northern Beaches Council Manly Sea Eagles wheelchair basketball sports wheelchairs Northern Beaches Indoor Sports Centre $10,000.00 MWBA has formed a wheelchair basketball operation. We believe it will quickly become the largest wheelchair sports hub in the Northern Beaches Council area. We have a number of volunteer administrators and Paralympic medal winning coaches to run the day to day operations while embedded within a 4500 member organisation.

What we do not have is specialist wheelchair equipment. This grant will fund three new sports wheelchairs, each designed for a different age group. While we would hope that over time we would build this number up to 10-12 we think three is an excellent start.
Macquarie Dragons Football Club Ryde City Council Portable Football Goals For Grassroots Football Club - Community Use Waterloo Park $3,099.94 Purchase of portable goals to use for training, trial games,  skill development, match play, gala days, promotion of football at all our club home grounds & training grounds which can be used by club throughout the winter & summer football season.
West Broken Hill Football Club Broken Hill City Council West Broken Hill Football Club ‘Come and Try’ Clinics Picton Oval $10,000.00 This project will provide children aged 6-15 in Broken Hill and Menindee with an opportunity to participate in free football clinics. Three ‘Come and Try’ clinics will be held, with up to 20 participants at each. The clinics will be run by Aboriginal footballer, Tim Sumner, a WBHFC member and former Gold Coast Suns player. The project aims to overcome the barriers to participation in football locally, including affordability, as some families simply cannot afford uniforms and training equipment. We will provide all participants with a kit and the project includes the purchase of additional training footballs for our club.
Sylvania Bowling Club co-operative Ltd Sutherland Shire Council Bowling Green Access Upgrade Sylvania Bowling Club $3,600.00 The installation of poles around the bowling green to assist older and slightly disabled bowlers gaining access onto and off the green when playing bowls.
St John Bosco Youth Centre Sutherland Shire Council Canteen Bbq Refurbishment Heathcote Oval $2,000.00 The Club needs to purchase a new BBQ for our canteen as our current one has broken down and no longer meets the needs of our expanding Club
Epping District Cricket Club The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Cricket Oval Covers Epping Oval $10,000.00 Epping Bulls Cricket club provides opportunities for u5-u60 including female and male teams. As part of the club we utilise two turf wickets which require covering and protection throughout the season, with high rainfall over the past two years the covers are requiring replacement. If wickets are not covered correctly then the field becomes unplayable for our members.
Seaham Storm Baseball Club  Inc Port Stephens Council Training aids and safety equipment Brandon Park $2,470.00 To replace equipment stolen during a break-in and to increase the clubs ability to train its members in a safe environment  The purchase of up to date modern training equipment and safety nets and scoreboard will enable the club members to fully participate and enjoy their game. It is proposed to hold up to 5 Come and Try days prior to the season 2023 and advertise in the local community and schools.
Tamworth Dressage Club Inc Tamworth Regional Council TDC Arena 3 Moonbi Sports Grounds $10,000.00 TDC has seen an increase to our membership in recent years and participation uptake at our training competitions, to ensure the club can facilitate our growing member base and continuing equal access to all members to attend our events, the construction of an additional sand arena is required.
Northern Districts Little Athletics Club The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Northern Districts Little Athletics Equipment Foxglove Oval, Mount Colah NSW 2079 $2,300.00 We would like to purchase a new Scissor Mats for our athletics club in Mount Colah NSW.  We are a small club that has seen a significant increase in athletes this season, from 200 in 2021 to over 300 in 2022.  We need to increase our equipment to maintain these athletes and their families in the club and the sport.
Razorbacks Rugby Club Central Coast Council Razorbacks Rugby Union Training Equipment Ourimbah Razorbacks Rugby Club $1,944.00 Upgrade our very old training equipment for juniors and developing young adults (colts) to better facilitate training to participants both internal and external to the club. The club runs a Junior's Development Academy to identify exceptional talent and foster growth in the sport of rugby union.
Wamboin Pony Club Queanbeyan-palerang Regional Council Cross Country course Wamboin Pony Club (QPRC) $6,000.00 To rebuild and repair to a safe standard our cross country course
Everglades Country Club Central Coast Council Irrigation System Upgrade Everglades Country Club Grounds $8,000.00 Bowling green irrigation system upgrade. Replacement and Installation of new materials to replace eroded materials
Waratah Showjumping Inc Fairfield City Council Course Design Mentoring 2023 Waratah Shows Sydney International Equestrian Centre $5,720.00 To provide a senior Course Designer (CD) to mentor two junior CD's and other Assistant CD's at the August Waratah Shows.  CD's are a long time in the making and to provide excellent courses for Rings 2 & 3 at Waratah for the competitors and younger horses will be greatly enhanced by having a mentor standing by to provide guidance and direction throughout the competition.
Gwandalan Bowling Club Central Coast Council Pathways Re-surfacing Gwandalan Bowling Club $3,500.00 Cleaning and re-surfacing of pathways around the greens and spectator areas with anti-slip coating.
Clovelly Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd Randwick City Council Replacement of Retractable UV Sunshades Burrows Park Reserve $10,000.00 Replacement of UV Retractable Sunshades surrounding one Bowling Green need replacing. Eighteen (18) out (36) retractable UV sunshades essential for sun protection for lawn bowlers and bocce players urgently need replacing due to corrosion and are becoming unsafe. The majority of  female and male Bowlers and Bocce players are elderly.
Northbridge Golf Club Willoughby City Council 6th Tee reconstruction Northbridge Golf Club $10,000.00 The replacement of the 6th tee with an artificial surface to provide a safe and usable teeing area year round.
Razorbacks Rugby Club Central Coast Council Razorbacks Rugby Improved Training & Gameplay Recording and Review Ourimbah Razorbacks Rugby Club $2,428.00 Ability to incorporate high quality video into training drills, and to record match play for coaches to review. This would allow coaches to highlight over and under-performance to players and demonstrate how improvements can be made and targeted via HD video analysis.
Rouse Hill Rangers Football Club Inc The Hills Shire Council New Full Size Soccer Goals Annangrove Rd Annangrove NSW 2156 $6,000.00 Rangers AFC will be increasing the numbers of players playing for the Club during the 2023 Football Season.  Resulting in the use of Russell Reserve Park at Rouse Hill, during the weekend/Training. This will require upgrading of the existing playing fields, new Full-Size Goals, MIniroo Goals, etc.
Sydney Arrows Ice Racing Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Venue hire subsidy to support club development program Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink $9,000.00 With the closure of our home training facility Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink in August, our club is at risk of losing our members to other sports if we fail to keep the community spirit strong, and we must continue to engage our athletes through alternate training programs and methods of delivery.

 

Our club needs to find alternate training venues (both on and off the ice) and run altered training programs including inline skating to retain existing members as well as encourage new members to try short track speed skating.
Redhead Boardriders Inc Lake Macquarie City Council Redhead Boardriders Communication Program Redhead Beach $7,271.00 To provide a sun safe competitors area where participants are well informed and can hear important details both on the sand and out in the water through a quality PA system run through a generator for power.
Renegades Rugby The Hills Shire Council Renegades Registration Subsidy 2023 Kellyville Park Field 7 $2,400.00 This grant funding will assist us with the costs of registering our teams with the NSW Suburban Rugby Union.
Pacific Dragons Dragon Boat and Outrigger Canoe Club Council Of The City Of Sydney Pacific Dragons Outrigger Canoe upgrade Glebe Foreshore $10,000.00 A new Matahina outrigger canoe to enhance racing opportunities and increase participation
Hamilton Ducks Rugby League Football Club Newcastle City Council Women's League Tag Team Learmonth Park $4,000.00 Our club is looking to continue and possibly expand our Women's League Tag Team for the 2023 season. To do so, we will need help to pay for subsidising registration costs, playing kits and necessary equipment needed for a full season in the Newcastle and Hunter Community Rugby League. We involve women above the age of eighteen and encourage them to not only immerse themselves, but also their peers in our club for the physical and emotional health benefits that come from a team sport.
Hawkesbury River Dragons The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Hawkesbury River Dragons New Boat Parsley Bay, Brooklyn $10,000.00 Hawkesbury River Dragons are a dragon boat club located on the Hawkesbury River in Brooklyn on Sydney's north. A recent club membership drive has seen our number of members increase. In order to accommodate all our members we are in need of a new boat as we currently we only have 2 boats, each seating 20 paddlers. One boat is in good condition but the other old heavy boat has suffered termite and weather damage during the wet weather. It is not suitable nor in sea worthy condition for training new paddlers or for race training for experienced paddlers.
NSW Powerchair Football Association Blacktown City Council Powerchair Football Development Program Valentine Sports Park $2,285.00 To help fund a development program which provides participants with no previous experience an entry level development program, including low level competition, so when first joining the sport, they can be supported in developing the necessary skills to participate.
Parramatta Goannas Youth Australian Football Alliance Incorporated Cumberland Council Girls AFL Uniforms, Coaches/Managers Apparel & Specialised Training Gipps Road Sporting Complex $8,869.00 Parramatta Goannas Youth Football Alliance (the Alliance) was established in 2022 & brings together 13-17years old players from 3 junior Australian football clubs. 2023 will be our first season. The intention is to retain players in viable teams for boys & girls in one club.

New player and coach uniforms with unique colours are needed. As a new club we don't have the financial resources to purchase new player uniforms for 7 teams. This project will:

-purchase uniforms for the 3 youth girl's teams

-7x coaches & 7x manager's club polos & jackets

-provide specialised training for coach and players.
Balmoral Triathlon Club Mosman Municipal Council Digital Presence and Communications Plans The Esplanade, Balmoral Beach Mosman $3,605.00 This project is to review current communications plans and digital platforms, develop and implement appropriate changes to maximise the clubs potential to attract and secure new members.
Port Kembla Loggers INC Wollongong City Council Port Kembla Loggers Inc Surfing Program Port Kembla Beach $5,000.00 Local surfing community based organisation, including all family members, women, men, over 50s, Juniors and indigenous surfers to participate at our Local Beach. Long board, 8 footers and twin fin riders are all encouraged to participate. Promoting fun, fitness and community.
Menai Hawks Netball Club Sutherland Shire Council Junior Teams Health, Fitness and Skills Clinics Barden Ridge Netball courts $3,350.00 Three years of interrupted netball seasons due to COVID has impacted the levels of motivation, fitness and skills of our junior teams which may impact their long term commitment. Our Junior Teams Clinics aims to reignite our players' commitment to netball by engaging current and former elite netball players based in Sydney who play in Suncorp Super Netball to run skills clinics. Each of our 18 junior teams will have an extended training session with these players. Additionally, they will also run position specific clinics. Finally, pre-season fitness sessions and healthy eating and well being information will be included.
Bar Beach Tennis Club Newcastle City Council Bar Beach Tennis Club Tennis4All Program (T4All) Bar Beach Tennis Club $7,940.00 The Tennis4All (T4All) Program will deliver improved access and sustainable participation in tennis for people living with a disability in the Hunter Region. T4All is a collaborative project between adults, teenagers, their parents and carers, Newcastle High School and NSW Tennis’ Regional Club of the Year 2022, Bar Beach Tennis Club. This a co-designed participant focussed two-staged program which will enable young people living with a disability in a regional area (up to 60 young people) to regularly and safely play tennis, seeing them develop new movement skills and improved fitness and well-being that we know participating in sport brings.
Terrigal Matcham Cricket Club Central Coast Council Terrigal Girls & Master Blasters Cricket: Promotion and Development Duffys Oval $2,840.00 Terrigal Matcham Cricket Club will run a promotional and development program aimed at encouraging more girls and boys (aged 5-9) to get involved in cricket.  The program will promote and support our Junior and Master Blasters program that runs on Saturday mornings with funds for coaching and to the purchase the ice blocks that the kids love to get at the end of the session each week. : ) The program will also help remove the financial barrier for junior girls (age 9-12) who want to get started in Stage 1 junior cricket by assisting with the purchase of equipment.
Port Macquarie Australian Rules Football Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council Club & Community Capability Enhancement Wayne Richards Park $7,350.00 Develop and enhance skills and qualifications of club members that will directly support the club and indirectly support the wider community
Orana Aquatic Swimming Club Dubbo Regional Council Dolphin Wireless Timing System Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre $9,950.00 Orana Aquatic Swimming Club is applying for the Dolphin Wireless Timing System. The system will be used by the club for carnivals and regular club nights. It provides wireless, synchronized, stopwatch style timing for swimming competitions. It significantly reduces the amount of effort required to run a meet and manage data, as well as improving accuracy compared to manual stopwatches.
Tweed And District Showjumping Club Inc Tweed Shire Council new yarding Cabarita Beach Pony Club grounds $10,000.00 Replacement of old yarding , that has deteriorated or been damaged in floods in 2022.

TDSJC. are planning to clear site of old yards replace the ground base and assemble permanent/portable yarding. The grant would enable us to purchase the yards required. It would be at our home base grounds, site of our 2 Annual shows and monthly training days .Cabarita BeachPony Club grounds, Round Mountain road Cabarita Beach Nsw
East Albury Tennis Club Inc. Albury City Council Replacement of antiquated tennis court lighting with modern LED lighting. East Albury Tennis Club $10,000.00 Replacing existing metal Halide court lights which have been in place for over 30 years with LED lighting which is regarded as more efficient, brighter and 76% more cost effective.   These LED lights would be installed on the existing infrastructure poles at EastAlbury Tennis premises.  The club is currently pricing contractors to complete the work.

East Albury Tennis Club holds summer and winter night competitions year round for the community   both members and non members of the club.

We currently have 11 teams playing over two nights (44 players) per week with the ability to increase these numbers.
Fairfield-Liverpool Cricket Club Liverpool City Council Fairfield Liverpool Cricket Club Equipment Support ROSEDALE OVAL $6,000.00 We are the only premier cricket club based in the Fairfield-Liverpool region. Our programs provide a direct pathway for participants to Cricket NSW and Cricket Australia honours. The funding from this project will assist our club to deliver a quality experience for our participants and volunteers, as we will be able to purchase much needed cricket equipment. The project will also enable our committee to take part in a multicultural awareness workshop, upskilling and training our volunteers. Our club is positioned in one of the largest multicultural regions in NSW and this funding will increase our awareness and participation opportunities.
Wakehurst Rugby Club Northern Beaches Council Coach Education & Support Project Wakehurst rugby park $2,830.00 The project will implement a whole of club coaching, skill and physical development of players, by providing coaches with Education & long term skill development. Coaches & players to have access to the based platform, with session plans, skill programs and education content.

For our girls teams we want to grow the number of female coaches, and enhance the knowledge of our existing coaches. By using the coaching platform we will be able to provide significantly more resources and education to coaches.

Players will significantly improve their learning and development skills while resourcing and upskilling the coaches.
Wellington Golf Club Ltd Dubbo Regional Council Enclosure Of Existing Verandah For Golfers And Patrons To Utilise Welington Golf Club $10,000.00 Wellington Golf Club is a Not for Profit Organisation under the Registered Clubs ACT 1976 No 31, application for Enclosing verandah will provide an extra covered area out of all climatic elements for Patrons (golfers/party/visitors/schools and coaching with minors and under-age) to use.
Cessnock Minor Rugby League Cessnock City Council Seating At Mt View Park Mt View Park $4,271.00 to provide further seating at Mt View Park
Salt Ash Pony Club Port Stephens Council Salt Ash Pony Club Mini Camp ALEXANDER PARK SALT ASH NSW 2318 $2,400.00 The project will provide a fun introduction to Pony Club in our local area for members and prospective members, ensuring that an activity that can sometimes be considered competitive is accessible and enjoyable for people of all ages and abilities.

 

The Mini Camp will offer a broad overview of Pony Club activities and events, as well as opportunities for families to learn about horse and rider safety and wellbeing. The Mini Camp will also provide a safe and supportive environment for riders to test their abilities and advance their skills.
Berry-Shoalhaven Heads Cricket Club Shoalhaven City Council Purchase of Bowling Machine Berry Sporting Complex (Boongaree) $4,298.00 We require a new bowling machine to be used at training. Our old machine is now out of date and malfunctioning. This would be a massive asset for all of our players in training them to be better players.
Wingello Tigers Cricket Club Wingecarribee Shire Council Team Nomination Fees Reduction Bill O'Reilly Oval $5,000.00 The Wingello Tigers Cricket Club participate in the Highlands District Cricket Association senior competitions. We are a club situated in a small rural village at the very bottom of the association. With the increased cost of living a number of our players have either not returned or are looking at not returning next season. In order to enter 4 senior teams (3 mixed and 1 women's) into these competitions we must pay in excess of $8000. We would like to seek funding to cover these costs so that we may reduce our registration fees and remove barriers to playing.
Wingham Rifle Club Mid-coast Council Hexta electronic target Wingham Shooting Complex $5,000.00 An electronic target designed to aid with our members at the Wingham Target Rifle Club
Hills Barbarians Cricket Club The Hills Shire Council Junior Big Blast Eric Mobbs Reserve $5,000.00 To fund Junior Cricketers in our local are of Baulkham Hills into start up programmes. This includes Cricket Australias Registaration Costs, Uiform Costs, Equipment Costs.
Lake Macquarie Australian Football club Lake Macquarie City Council Second ground realignment Tulkaba Park $8,000.00 Current No.2 ground does not meet minimium requirements for length and width for an AFL ground. The project will realign the ground and replace the goal posts so it is required dimensions
Wingello Tigers Cricket Club Wingecarribee Shire Council Uniform purchase Bill O'Reilly Oval $2,100.00 Purchase of new shirts for every player in order to reduce the cost of registration fees.
Warringah Rugby Club Northern Beaches Council Changeroom/Showers Upgrade At Pittwater Rugby Park Pittwater Rugby Park $6,252.00 The showers in both changerooms at Pittwater Rugby Park will be upgraded to create a female friendly sporting facility.
Dapto Little Athletics Centre Inc Wollongong City Council Laptops, Printer and Shade Marquees Dapto High School $3,703.00 Purchase of laptops, bags, anti virus and Microsoft programs for Secretary, Registrar and Treasurer, printer for the canteen. Purchase of marquees to provide shade and safe haven for athletes and officials.
Sydney Maccabi Tennis CLub Woollahra Municipal Council Maccabi Tennis Club On Court Shade Structures Sydney Maccabi Tennis Club, 30 Alma Street, Paddington $10,000.00 Sydney Maccabi Tennis Club needs to instal Shade Cover on 9 tennis courts. We previously had some large industrial structures that lasted 10 years. We are undergoing a large re-development over the next 12 months and we currently have no shade structures to provide respite from the elements when playing tennis on the site.
Cooks River Croquet Club Inner West Council Cooks River Croquet Club Admin Equipment Acquisition Mackey Park, Marrickville NSW $2,958.00 CRCC currently has no computer equipment. It has used Croquet NSW equipment  to run the club since establishment so does not have primary access to essential office equipment. This grant is to provide basic administrative capability to the CRCC to enable it to manage it members interests, run croquet tournaments and facilitate local ratepayers to become members of CRCC.
Woonona Junior Football Club Wollongong City Council Ocean Park Accessible Seating Project Ocean Park Woonona $10,000.00 This project is intended to provide accessible undercover seating for spectators and officials, including those with disabilities and difficulties using exposed and tiered seating.
Marrickville Football Club Inner West Council All Abilities New Training Equipment Mackey Park $6,870.00 The All Abilities Program is a football training and game session for players with disabilities. This project will allow Marrickville FC to purchase new portable goals and other training equipment to be used during the sessions. The sessions are run on Saturday mornings at Mackey Park.
Tamworth Golf Club Tamworth Regional Council Golf Practice Nets TAMWORTH GOLF CLUB $10,000.00 Construction of 2 golf practice nets for use by members and visitors at Tamworth Golf Club. It will allow golf to be practised in all weather conditions.
Cessnock Rugby League Football Club Incorpated Cessnock City Council Ladies Uniforms Badderley Park Cessnock $9,397.00 To assist with the purchase of our   Ladies Tackle Rugby League teams and our Ladies League Tag Uniforms
Cooma Sporting Clays Snowy Monaro Regional Council Safe Track Establishment Project Cooma Sporting Clays $2,500.00 Our club is looking to establish more accessible tracks with our club grounds.  With increased rainfall recently we have seen to the need to have safer tracks that allows our members especially our aging members better access to their sport,
Eden Whaler Football Club INC Bega Valley Shire Council Eden whalers Football Club website upgrade Eden Barclay St Sports Complex $2,895.00 This project is to create a new website to improve our visibility online and within the community.

A functional website is essential to inform the community of latest projects, training, attract new members and sponsorship to generate income for the club. Currently our club does not have a website.

The aim of the website to increase:

*the clubs presence, increase player number to ensure longevity of the club.
* promote the cultural diversity of our club- LGBTIQ, First Nations people

* inform the community of upcoming training or social events

* engage new members or sponsorship
Macleay Valley Mustangs Rugby League Football Club Inc Kempsey Shire Council Indigenous All Star Rugby League Event Verge Street Oval, Kempsey NSW 2440 $5,700.00 Our Club will be able to host the Group 3 Rugby League indigenous round. This event will promote participation in sport. It will also be strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples within the Mid North Coast communities. Thought-out the day we would also like to run cultural activities, engaging spectators and community members. This will allow our club to build positive relationships within community.
Rouse Hill Rangers Football Club Inc The Hills Shire Council New Playing and Training Kits Annangrove Rd Annangrove NSW 2156 $3,200.00 Rangers AFC will be increasing the numbers of players playing for the Club during the 2023 Football Season. Due to the increased use of Russell Reserve Park at Rouse Hill, during the weekend and training nights.
Parramatta Basketball Association Inc Cumberland Council Girls Teaming up Together Wyatt Park $9,999.00 Girls gala days spanning several Saturdays and commencing 4th March 2023. Teaching girls to coach and develop their peers in an endeavour to increase participation in girls basketball in Cumberland LGA. Gala days will run from 8AM to 5PM and involve all facets of team sport playing basketball. Ex Australian and Olympic women coaches and representative players will lead the girls through their introduction to the game and help to develop players already involved in the sport
Paterson River Netball Club Dungog Shire Council Paterson River Netball Club Inclusive Uniforms Paterson Sportsground Reserve $2,200.00 Netball NSW website has referenced recent studies highlighting barriers to participation in netball, one barrier being the traditional dress as a uniform. Paterson River Netball Club (PRNC) would like funds to purchase a stock of new inclusive uniforms - a unisex singlet/shorts combination - to give female players a choice and to allow male players to join the club.

PRNC would purchase uniforms to create a store of various sizes for all age groups; offer a free uniform (dress or unisex uniform) for first time players; advertise that boys are welcome.
North Coast Veteran Bowlers Association Incorporated Ballina Shire Council Purchase of two wheelchairs for aged & handicapped Lawn Bowlers. Cherry Street Sports Club $5,000.00 N.C. Veteran Bowlers Assoc. is based in Ballina operating from CherryStreet Sports (Ballina) and nearby ClubLennox Sports (Lennox Head) comprising of male bowlers over the age of 55 years. To assist aged bowlers with walking difficulties it is necessary to purchase of two (2) special wheelchairs built to permit their usage on a bowling green hence  prolonging their enjoyment of their sport of lawn bowls.

These special bowls wheelchairs are designed & built-in accordance with specification provided by Bowls Australia.

It is proposed to locate a wheelchair at both Ballina & Lennox Head Bowling Clubs.
Warringah Baseball Club Northern Beaches Council Warringah Baseball Club Umpire and Coach Training St Matthews Farm Reserve $3,069.00 This project is to increase our volunteer coaches and umpires by offering training and equipment. It will give new coaches the opportunity to learn the skill of training junior baseball players, increase their confidence in teaching baseball skills and drills. Umpire training will ensure we can facilitate more games for our current and future teams
Nelson Bay Football Club Port Stephens Council Nelson Bay FC - Junior Participation - Come Try Day Tomaree Sports Complex $2,050.00 What: Come and try day for junior payers (aged 5-11) to attempt to boost junior numbers for 2023 season. The day will include Small games and skills drills with club coaches. and Hopefully include a small memento for their participation.

Where: Tomaree Sports Complex

When: March 2023
Charlestown Junior Cricket Club Lake Macquarie City Council Reay Park Pitch Upgrade Reay Park $10,000.00 Removal of the existing 1.7m wide pitch at Reay Park and replacement with new pitch that conforms with current Cricket Australia guidelines for stage 2 (U12's and U13's) cricket including: correct orientation (15deg east of north), wrapped cross weave synthetic grass, 2.8m wide, 27m long and crease markings for both stage 1 and 2 cricket.
Narrabri Touch Incorporated Narrabri Shire Council The Yowie Cup Cooma Oval Narrabri NSW 2390 $5,000.00 Touch Football mixed senior and junior knockout competition to be held in Narrabri NSW
Campbelltown Liverpool Districts Pistol Club Campbelltown City Council Accessable Ablution Block Campbelltowan Liverpool Districts Pistol Club $10,000.00 purchase and installation of Accessible Male and Female Ablution blocks with toilets and showers.
Ripples St Marys Swimming Club Inc Penrith City Council Olympian Swim Clinic Ripples St Marys Leisure Centre $3,000.00 The Ripples St Marys Swimming Club Inc would like to hold a swim clinic for our members hosted by world class olympic swimmers.
Kings Langley SFC Blacktown City Council Match day and training video recording hardware and software Lynwood Park $3,100.00 The purchase of a hardware and software package (camera, tripod and access to AI-based automatic video analysis software) to enable training sessions and weekend matches to be filmed and analysed to assist in the development of both coaches and players.
Albury Thunder Junior Rugby League Albury City Council All Abilities Junior Rugby League Team Sarvass Park $4,500.00 ATJRL are putting together a Junior all abilities team in 2023. We are looking to provide a safe, secure, all inclusive environment for children with a disability to get involved in a local community sporting group and encourage them to further develop their physical abilities and social skills. It is also a great way for their parents and carers to come and support the children and get involved. The games will be played locally at our home ground against various opponents and the team/s may even have a chance to travel in collaboration with our club and our opposing clubs.
Camden Equitation Incorporated Camden Council CEI Working Equitation 4 Phase Competition Camden Bicentiennial Park $4,267.00 Camden Equitation Inc would like to hold a 4 phase working equitation competition weekend to be held in 2023 at KRanch near Camden, 4 phases in Working Equitation includes Dressage, Maneability (obstacles), Speed (obstacles) and Cattle (team event).
St George Little Athletics Centre Inc Georges River Council Additional Athletics Equipment Olds Park $3,000.00 STGLAC would like to purchase additional athletics equipment to increase regular and on-going participation at our Friday night competitions.
Wollongong Croquet Club Incorporated Wollongong City Council Purchase of two sets of Quadway hoops and associated equipment Towradgi Beach Park $3,216.00 Purchase of two sets of Quadway Croquet Hoops.

Purchase of one Quadway Dibber.

Purchase of one Quadway Sabot.
West Pennant Hills Cherrybrook Cricket Club The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Indigenous playing outfit Greenway Park, Shepherds Drive $4,200.00 Our Club is taking significant steps towards raising Community awareness through embracing our local (Darug) Indigenous culture in close consultation with the Darug Custodian Aboriginal Corporation (Leanne Mulgo Watson).
Sylvania Heights Community & Youth Club Inc. Sutherland Shire Council Sylvania Calisthenics Coach Development & Dance Performance Event Sylvania Heights Community & Youth Club Inc $2,600.00 Calisthenics is a national, predominantly female dancesport that is currently very small in NSW. Utilizing nationally approved resources and trainers would provide our accredited Level 1 coaches and upcoming cadets the opportunity to update their coaching skills and deliver an improved level of training for participants. To maximise the benefit, we would run a competitive, showcase performance event on the same weekend, which would both promote our community presence to generate new members and increase the participation of current dancers by providing access to a performance opportunity that is only otherwise available to them through interstate travel.
Auburn Sports Club Incorporated Cumberland Council Auburn District Football Community Program progress park auburn $10,000.00 Running out of progress park in auburn. Our program offers grassroots to elite level pathways for footballers in the local community. Our projects cover both Male and Female. We offer full time traiing programs 4 mornings a week starting at 6am along with our evening programs 4 nights a week catering for over 500 local players. From fundamental technical training , strength and conditioning, nutrition and recovery along with team building sessions and most importantly building great character and morals.
Hay Magpies Rugby League Football Club Hay Shire Council Hay Magpies Video Equipment Hay Park No.1 Oval $3,000.00 To purchase a veo video system and ipad to record our Clubs games and training sessions. Will be used to stream games to social media increasing coverage and will be used for further player enhancement and recruitment.
Kingsgrove Colts JRLFC Georges River Council Kingsgrove Colts JRLFC App Beverly Hills Park $10,000.00 The App will be used for the Kingsgrove colts  community Football Club including the Female and Male Players. It will include Well being Program where the players will be able to seek help for any situation they find themselves inn. It will provide support and specific information for the male and female participants. It will have first nation people information as we have participants already in our organization.  It will also have community news and updates for the families involving them with the local community.
Maitland Rugby Blacks Netball Club - subcomittee of Maitland Rugby Union club Inc Maitland City Council MRBNC - 2023 Player, Umpire, Coach training and development program Maitland Park - Maitland Netball Association $10,000.00 MRBNC has grown exponentially over the last 3 years. We are currently the largest netball club playing at Maitland Netball association by 9 teams and we expect this to increase again in 2023. As such we are wanting to give back to our members by initally running a series of development skills clinics to improve upon knowledge and also providing players, coaches and umpires with as many tools and kits required to such to provide ongoing development during the season. Eg access to training app Netspirit, printing of coaches information books, supply of adequate equipment for all members.
Randwick District Rugby Union Football Club Inc Randwick City Council Girls Play Rugby Promotion and Participation Project Latham Park $6,575.00 A targeted promotional and participation rugby union program for girls aged 6-17 years in the local Randwick government area. The program provides a promotional event on Coogee Beach celebrating and sharing the physical, mental and social benefits of being involved in community team sport, followed by an opportunity for girls to be involved in a professionally delivered 5-week  "come and try rugby" program at Latham Park. Girls will have the option of further local club involvement. The outcomes centre around more girls having access and opportunities in community team based sport - and above all enjoy the rugby union experience.
Mangoplah Cookardinia United Football & Netball Club Wagga Wagga City Council Disabled Parking and Improved Access to Clubrooms MANGOPLAH SPORTSGROUND $10,000.00 Disabled parking spaces, safe access to clubrooms and football oval including ramp, handrail and stepped frontage to clubrooms with seating to enhance our facilities and provide a comfortable space for all our club members and community of all abilities.
New Lambton Football Club Newcastle City Council New Lambton FC Juniors Improved Member Communications and Experience Project Novocastrian Park $8,316.00 The Member Communications and Experience project includes implementation of equipment to allow the club to communicate effectively and clearly to participants on game days and events.

One of the goals in the Office of Sport’s Strategic Plan 2020-2024 is Participation, and in a modern club sport and active recreation is viewed as a vehicle for social interaction and better health, not simply competition.

This project promotes better outcomes for all participants by allowing clear, accurate, timely and ease-of-use communications systems ensuring all participants are well informed, comfortable and at ease, encouraging participation in sport and active recreation.
Jervis Bay Outrigger Canoe Club Shoalhaven City Council New Paddles For Jervis Bay Outriggers Callala Bay Sailing Club $2,950.00 Club paddles are required for our new members to participate in our sport. Interested participants are given a 6 session introduction period after which they must become a financial member to continue paddling. To grow our club and encourage new members, having club paddles available in their initial introduction of the sport will allow the participants to enjoy outrigging without the extra financial burden of expenses until they are committed to Outrigging.
Wingham Campdraft Club Inc Mid-coast Council Wingham Campdraft 2023 Wingham Showground $9,400.00 Campdraft event in November 2023 at Wingham Showground which will include Maiden, Novice, Open, Ladies , Junior & Juvenile categories. Provides a weekend of sporting & social events for the wider rural community who has been hit recently by floods, fires, covid and drought prior to that. 2022 was the first campdraft Wingham has run in 3 years & was reduced in categories due to limited budget from not being able to run training days or events. Campdrafting brings farmers together and has huge mental health benefits for those who attend & their families.
Fingal Bay Rugby League Football Club Port Stephens Council Goal Post Upgrade Fingal Bay Oval $5,000.00 Upgrade the existing goal posts over to removable goal posts. Current goal posts are 25 years + old and are starting to rust out.
Belmont North Netball Club Lake Macquarie City Council Belmont North Netball Club Training Equipment Lenghan Oval Complex $5,540.00 Belmont North Netball Club are applying for new training equipment that will enhance our quality of service within our complex by refreshing existing products and increasing safety for our members.
The Entrance Hockey Club Inc Central Coast Council Subsidise Training Costs and Equipment Upgrade Walter and Edith Denniss Park $6,500.00 Currently Entrance Hockey Club is unable to afford the cost to hire the synthetic hockey fields to accommodate all of our teams for training. This grant will enable all teams to access the association complex for training and provide much needed training equipment to be utilised by our mens, womens and junior teams.
IKAIKA Canoe Club Inc. Northern Beaches Council IKAIKA Junior Development Program Rowland Reserve $5,748.00 Develop a pathway for U/16 boys and girls in the local community to participate in the sport of Outrigger Canoe Paddling.
Budgewoi/Buff Point Junior Rugby League Football Club Central Coast Council Budgewio Buff Point Junior Rugby League Scoreboard Halekulani Oval $9,960.00 Install Score Board with Budgewoi Bulldogs sign and redirect lighting to allow 50% increase in training area which will allow an additional 3 female teams to train.
St Clair Netball Club Penrith City Council Equipment Mark Leece Sporting Complex St Clair NSW $2,000.00 To purchase equipment for the benefit of all our members. Allowing us to keep registration cost to a minimum.
Northern united rugby league football club inc Lismore City Council Back to Lismore Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout Clifford Park $7,500.00 The Club aims to move the KO Carnival back to Lismore using the refurbished Oakes & Crozier Ovals in the CBD bringing up to 10000 to the grounds from across Nthn NSW, up to 500 players including expanding the newly introduced Womens tackle comp, a new Under 15 comp & a disability RL carnival in partnership with the Gold Coast Titans, The expanded carnival will require the use of 2 ovals & extended to run over 3 days. It will be live streamed to an estimated 5,000 & bring $750K to Lismore business.(Lismore Chamber Quote)
Jervis Bay Outrigger Canoe Club Shoalhaven City Council Safety Matting To Facilitate Canoe Launching Callala Bay Sailing Club $3,290.00 Safety matting is needed to enable the outrigger canoes (weighing approx 180kgs & 14meters long) to be safely launched and returned to their storage position along the waters edge of Jervis Bay.

Storms, wind and high tides regularly wash away the foreshore leaving an extremely irregular and rocky access route, that is then covered with voluminous, and unstable seaweed deposits.

This creates an unsafe environment for members to navigate to launch canoes.

The removeable safety matting will provide a smoother surface for the trolley to move along.

It will also provide the option of allowing wheelchair access to the water.
Woy Woy Peninsula Little Athletics Central Coast Council Woy Woy Little Athletics Equipment McEvoy Oval $3,387.00 Woy Woy Peninsula Little Athletics is applying for funding to replace old and well worn equipment that has serviced the club for many years. Our 22 year old club is growing with regards to competitor numbers and we would like to be able to provide our valued members with updated equipment that is not only modern but also improves the safety of those utilising it.
Cowra Little Athletics Cowra Shire Council Purchase of Additional Tiny Tots Equipment Twigg Oval $7,161.00 Cowra Little Athletics would like to purchase additional equipment for use with their Tiny Tots program which has grown exponentially this season and we hope to continue this trend next season and beyond.
Urunga Sail Training Club Inc. Bellingen Shire Council Urunga Sail Training Club ‘Women on Water' Programs Atherton Drive, Urunga NSW 2455 $9,800.00 This project subsidises and promotes group sailing days midweek supporting women, during the day between children drop off and pickup times, but not only those mums/carers but for all age groups, targeting those on lower socio economic backgrounds, removing financial constraints, so they can train together in a non-competitive environment to ensure participants feel confident and supported.

Following recent school sailing programs, we would offer subsidised Australian Sailing accredited Assistant Instructor training for 8 girls that are interested in becoming volunteer assistant instructors, furthering their sailing skills and knowledge, assisting with the Club's sailing courses and become future role models.
Scone Triathlon Club Upper Hunter Shire Council Lake Glenbawn Off-road Triathlon Lake Glenbawn State Park $2,102.00 Off-road triathlon consisting of an open water swim in Lake Glenbawn, a mountain bike ride around the lake and a run on sealed road.
Port Stephens Outrigger Canoe Club Port Stephens Council Equipment to improve access and increase participation in Outrigger Canoeing Corlette Park $5,000.00 This equipment will increase the capacity of our club to accommodate new members.  We held a very successful "Come and Try Outrigging"day and have had many community members join both racing and social paddling  training sessions.  The skirts for the kamanu canoe will enable us  to use it for competitions, entering 6 additional paddlers in reach race.  The life jackets are comfortable to paddle in, allowing new members to develop confidence in outside waters.  Additional paddles give new and potential members opportunity to try before they buy and the steering blades allow existing members to upskill to steering.
Double Bay Sailing Club Woollahra Municipal Council Rescue & Training Boat Maintenance Project Double Bay Sailing Club $10,000.00 As a community, all-volunteer Club, Double Bay Sailing Club maintains fully operable Rescue and Training boats for Women's Sailing Training, community Learn-To-Race Programs, and Rescue services for club racing through-out the calendar year. Double Bay maintains two Reinforced Inflatable Boats (RIBs) for the purpose of maintaining safe racing and sail training, laying racing marks and rescuing sailors. To increase Women and Youth membership DBSC is creating new training programs (twice/week) that require a doubling of Rescue/Training boat hours and maintenance requirements. This project will assist the club maintain these essential facilities at a safe, fully operable standard for these programs.
Medowie FC Port Stephens Council Medowie FC Women's Participation Grant Yulong Oval $7,200.00 Come and try days for women and girls at Medowie FC. Concurrent sessions-womens and adolescent teens (no longer enrolled in school) and junior girl's sessions. Key components of the project will be football basic skills and drills, small games, fitness and fun activities including speed and agility activities, social BBQ lunch (funded by the club).

Senior registration subsidies to increase/entice senior women by reducing financial barriers to ongoing participation.
Newtown Swans Juniors Australian Football Club Council Of The City Of Sydney Alan Davidson Oval Portable Scoreboard Alan Davidson Oval $10,000.00 The current scoreboard at Alan Davidson Oval, home of Newtown Swans Junior AFL Club, has been in place since the oval opened in 2003. It is obsolete, essential parts are no longer manufactured, and the scoreboard cannot display accurate scoring. Junior AFL, including junior girls AFL, is played 6 months of the year competitively. Without an effectively functioning scoreboard, players cannot follow the score, and the club is at a disadvantage. It may struggle to retain/attract community players, including girls. Additionally, some junior games are played on the oval simultaneously, and a portable scoreboard is required to accommodate this.
EDSACC Croquet Club Inc Central Coast Council Mallet Purchase EDSACC playing fields $6,875.00 The purchase of mallets to allow new and potential members and club visitors particularly seniors and people living with a disability to try and be coached in croquet and to get together and enjoy both the outdoors, sporting and social events. They will also be available for the use of new members and those unable to afford to purchase their own mallet. It is intended to use the new mallets over the next 12months to run:

•4x30 person “Come and Try” events

•2x20 person Coaching clinics

•Monthly disability “Community Access” events for 12 people per event
Blue Mountains Phoenix Adult Swimming Club Blue Mountains City Council Subscription of coaches and swimmers to goswim.tv website Springwood Aquatic and Fitness Centre $3,948.00 We seek funds to enable our coaches and swimmers to subscribe to the goswim.tv website. The subscriptions will bring two key benefits. First, goswim.tv has a library of excellent videos on swimming technique. The subscriptions will allow our coaches to regularly email videos to our swimmers that illustrate the aspects of technique which are relevant to our training sessions. Second, under the subscriptions, videos of swimmers can be uploaded to the website where aspects of their technique can be measured and reviewed. This assists quick and accurate feedback on swimmers’ technique.
Rouse Hill Rams Softball The Hills Shire Council Participant Growth Equipment Grant Hills Centenary Park $5,000.00 Equipment for Additional Teams due to growth of participants - Games and Training
Illawarra Basketball Association Wollongong City Council Snakepit Basketball Stadium Floor Upgrade The Snakepit Basketball Stadium - Beaton Park $7,498.00 Basketball Illawarra are looking to resurface the courts at the Snakepit Stadium to provide a better and safer surface to play sport on for the community participants that use the stadium. Wheelchair basketball are also looking at playing and holding events on the courts and require a better sports finish to the courts.
Pendragons Dragon Boat Club Penrith City Council Pendragons Dragon Boat Club Training Program Sydney International Regatta Centre (Penrith) $9,900.00 Pendragons Dragon Boat Club require to purchase 40 new training paddles to enable the Club to hold regular Come and Try events with suitable equipment.  This will encourage community members in Penrith and surrounds to try Dragon Boat paddling with the aim to grow sports participation in this area and regular fitness activities.  The Come and Try days are held at either the Sydney International Regatta Centre or on the Nepean River.  This also showcases our wonderful waterways and Sport facilities in Penrith.
Northlakes Junior Rugby Union Club Central Coast Council Canteen Upgrade slade park $9,293.00 Creating a custom canteen trailer
Newtown Breakaways Football Club Inner West Council Breakaways Inclusive Events 2023 HJ Mahoney Reserves $8,230.00 Breakaways are producing two key special events that are to be packaged as program.  The purpose is demonstrate the Newtown Breakaways commitment to local community sport and inclusiveness.  The Key Events & Projects include the following:

# Indigenous Round - 1st Round of Season (Mahoney – Sat 1 April)

# Newtown Pride Round (at Henson Park - date TBA - late June/early July)
Southside Malibu Club Cronulla INC Sutherland Shire Council Core equipment replacement Wanda beach, Cronulla $2,250.00 Replace worn out equipment. Much of the club's equipment is 10+ years old. In January 2022 our club equipment trailer was damaged and began letting in water. The large amount of rain that fell this year wound up accelerating the rate of decay for much of the club equipment that was stored in the trailer. Metal items in particular have become very rusty. Our trailer has since been fixed, but many of our items have been ruined.
Gordon North Sydney Hockey Club Ku-ring-gai Council Purchase of Uniforms and Playing/Protection Equipment Ku-ring-gai Hockey Centre $4,955.00 Gordon North Sydney Hockey Club is looking to provide new playing equipment and uniforms for the junior players and volunteer coaches within the club. The uniforms and equipment will be provided free of charge to the junior club participants to help grow the sport.
Griffith Little Athletics Griffith City Council Griffith Little Athletics Timing made easy Griffith Regional Sports Complex $10,000.00 The project is for Griffith Little Athletics to purchase a photo finish package for timing track events.  The photo finish package will be based at the new Griffith Regional Sports Complex at Westend and will enable quick and simple collection of results that can be effortlessly sent to the clubs reporting software.
Dapto Junior Rugby League Football Club Wollongong City Council Reed Park Facilites Upgrade Reed Park $10,000.00 Refurbishment of the ageing Reed Park facilities to improve gender equity by

addressing the lack of maintenance / upgrade over the last two decades.

Dressing rooms - removal and replacement of existing showers and toilets in

dressing rooms, including renewal of tiling and installation of shower petitions to

create individual cubicles (desirable for younger female participants in particular) and

manage waste water drainage separately with no shared flow of water between

cubicles. Install new hot water system.
Wilberforce United Soccer Club Hawkesbury City Council Field Seating WoodlandsReserve $9,827.00 To provide seating at our ground for spectators and participants.   no seating is currently available.
Marsden Park FC Blacktown City Council Marsden Park FC's Veo Development Program Elara Reserve $4,272.00 The program involves the purchase of Veo camera equipment which will be placed at our home ground, Elara Reserve, and it will record, live stream and provide statistics on players in order to increase player development. The recording of games also helps the coaching of referees by allowing senior referees to review and provide feedback.
Ice Zoo Skating Club Incorporated Bayside Council Jump Start, Spin Smart: Figure Skating High Performance Development Program Ice Zoo Skating Rink $9,902.00 “JumpStart SpinSmart”, Ice Zoo Skating Club’s equipment-based program is located at Ice Zoo Skating Rink in Mascot. Implemented to support our members of all ages and abilities through specialised off-ice spinners and skating harnesses for training and development. It seeks to support Learn to Skate levels and build confidence for our growing community of Adult Skaters right through to enhancing our competitive skaters abilities and offering world class facilities for elite level skaters. The club champions skaters living with disabilities. Specialised equipment will support Inclusive Skaters, especially neurodiverse skaters, in achieving their goals in a safe environment with their coaches.
Manning Valley Hockey Association Incorporated Mid-coast Council Manning Valley Hockey Association Uniform Upgrade Project Taree Hockey Centre $5,000.00 Manning Valley Hockey Association will purchase new playing uniforms for participants. At present the Association does not have enough sets to provide suitable playing uniforms to each of our participating teams meaning many teams are using old, damaged and worn uniforms to be able to represent the region. This is a particular issue for our women’s and girls’ teams as these groups are using uniforms that are over 15 years old and no longer suitable, or comfortable to participate in. By upgrading the uniforms across our Association, we will be able to provide a more engaging environment for all participants.
Port Macquarie Australian Rules Football Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council Improving Away Game Participation Wayne Richards Park $2,650.00 The Port Macquarie Magpies travel the most of any North Coast AFL team (over 3000km each season). We are hoping to secure funding to use towards the hire of a bus for away games and break the barriers of participation faced by regionally based teams required to travel potentially up to 800km for a game. This project will be supported by our other LSGP application (LSGP2022-230929) by upskilling members to be able to drive a bus.
Bungendore Riding Club Queanbeyan-palerang Regional Council Roof Repairs For Bungendore Riding Club Storage Shipping Container Bungendore Showgrounds $2,310.00 The Bungendore Riding Club (BRC) owns a 12 metre long shipping container that is located at the Bungendore Showgrounds. It is used for storage of much of our equipment such as barrels and bending poles for sporting events, gates, bull, garocha, stands for working equitation equipment, x-country flags,multipurpose jumping blocks, mounting blocks, administrative pens, paper, clipboards, dressage tests, competition ribbons, tape measures, hammers, table cloths, signage, bunting, ropes, sandbags etc. The container roof is rusting in multiple sites and water is leaking into the container limiting our storage space and damaging the floor. We wish to repair the container roof.
South City Bulls Rugby League Football Club Wagga Wagga City Council Uniforms for junior teams Harris Park, Wagga Wagga $3,088.25 Purchase of uniforms for our junior clubs where they cannot form a team in a specific age group but can form a combined team and play under the South City Bulls branding (senior club).
Nambucca Heads Bowling & Recreation Club Ltd Nambucca Valley Council Nambucca Bowling Club New Bowls Grant Nambucca Heads Bowling & Recreation Club $4,800.00 Nambucca Heads Bowling Club is aiming to drive new bowls activities and increase our member numbers. All ages, new and returning bowlers, and especially school aged locals are being encouraged to take up bowls as a sport and experience a valuable social experience at the same time. Both Rookie Rollers and Jack Attack Programs will be introduced to add to our current social bowls programs and the purchase of new bowls is crucial to both programs being successful and sustainable.
Pagewood Botany Football Club Inc Bayside Council Female Storage facilities Upgrade Jellicoe Park $10,000.00 - Upgrade of female changerooms

- Lockable storage and shelving facilities
Jamberoo Superoos Junior Rugby League Football Club The Council Of The Municipality Of Kiama Jamberoo Juniors Mobile Interchange and Scorers Facilities Kevin Walsh Oval $8,256.00 To buy three gazebos for Kevin Walsh Oval with covering from the elements for the children to sit in while on interchange and the scorers and managers to sit in while officiating games. This will benefit all junior Jamberoo and visiting teams.
Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Bicycle Upgrade Program Canterbury Velodrome $7,745.00 The club  owns and maintains track bicycles for use by members and guests. Our current stock of bikes is aging and is difficult to maintain. The club primarily uses these bikes for new members especially juniors. We want to ensure our core set of track bikes are modern, safe and suitable for new riders. We are seeking funding to purchase 10 - 15 new bikes from a local track bike supplier. We have researched the best range and have a clear idea of what we need. With these bikes we will be able to dispose of the unsafe bikes.
Sydney Northern Rays Water Polo Club Ku-ring-gai Council Coach the Coaches Knox Aquatic Centre $8,000.00 Program to further develop our coaches and players skills and develop a stronger pipeline of future coaches.
Ovens & Murray Water Polo Association Albury City Council Our Future- Towards 2024 Albury  Pool $9,300.00 With the Olympics just around the corner and a number of our young stars being selected at national levels, it is the ideal time to invest in our region. We wish to do that while being mindful of the need to ensure we are providing an inclusive and safe environment that nurtures development for all. The project is looking to future proof our association by addressing culture change requirements within sport, upgrades of equipment to comply with new FINA rules, referee and coaching sessions for development and interpretation on new rules from visiting coaches to elevate local development opportunities.
Coffs Coast Ice Hockey Association Coffs Harbour City Council Improve change room Big Banana Fun Park $2,000.00 There are two changerooms at the ice rink but the second changeroom is lacking decent flooring and benches. Previously women were able to change in the first aid room of the rink but are no longer able to due to it being a dedicated first aid room now. The second changeroom will be fitted out with improved floor coverings (prevent damage to skates) and provide benches. This will allow for the second changeroom to be more functional. Women will have their own changeroom as well as having a secondary changeroom for tournaments.
Sutton Pony Club Yass Valley Council Repair and Rebuild of Sutton Pony Club Fencing Bob Collis Reserve $9,000.00 The project is to repair (and replace where necessary) the current boundary fence to the Sutton Pony Club Grounds at Bob Collis Reserve, Sutton Road. The replacement fencing will incorporate Sutton Pony Club signage to replace the current sign which is in disrepair.
Northern District Hockey Association Incorporated The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby ND - New Scoreboard Pennant Hills Hockey Complex/Pennant Hills Park $9,294.00 The replacement of an electronic scoreboard that was so old (15-20 years estimate), replacement parts to run it no longer existed. The board existed on Field 2 and will need to be installed with the help of qualified trades.
Northlakes United Rugby Union Club Inc Central Coast Council Upgrade Canteen Facilities Lakes Rugby Union Club Slade Park, Budgewoi $2,400.00 To upgrade the existing canteen facilities at The Lakes Rugby Union Club. New equipment will allow our volunteers to facilitate the running of our canteen successfully. The revenue our club receives from the canteen allows us to continue to provide quality service to our members. We want to purchase equipment for the canteen that is club owned as we are currently using second equipment which are requiring running repairs. The equipment we need is a fridge, chest freezer and ice machine.
Lourdes Soccer Club Inc Blacktown City Council Lourdes Soccer Club Football Program Best Road Reserve $5,500.00 The program aims to increase regular and on-going participation in the football in the community as well as assisting in maintaining the quality of service to the members of the Lourdes Soccer Club by updating the equipment for the teams of the club to ensure the right equipment is provided to the participants.
Flamin' Dragons Port Macquarie Port Macquarie-hastings Council Flamin' Dragons Port Macquarie 2023 Regatta Rocks Ferry Reserve $2,500.00 The annual regatta for Flamin' Dragons is held every June long weekend.  This regatta attracts 15-17 clubs from NSW (Approx 500-600 participants) .  The regatta is held over 2 days with a small marathon on Saturday and 200m sprints on Sunday.
Nelson Bay Junior Rugby Union Port Stephens Council Get Into Rugby Program Bill Strong Oval - Shoal Bay Road Nelson Bay 2315 $5,000.00 What: Get into Rugby Program for 5-12yr old's target groups are both male and female participants, with a strong emphasis on female participation.

Where: Bill Strong Oval, Shoal Bay Rd Shoal Bay

When: 6 Week program from 17/2/22 to 24/3/22

This program will introduce youth to the game of rugby and get children active and involved in physical activity. It is an introductory program with a strong emphasis on young girls playing. Nelson Bay are hoping to enter a girls side in the under 12 girls competition (brand new age division for females)
Souths Netball Club Coffs Harbour City Council Souths Netball Club - Continuation of Roll-out of Inclusive Uniforms Vost Park, Murray Drive, Coffs Harbour, NSW, 2450 $10,000.00 By introducing inclusive uniforms at the Souths Netball Club we are aiming to:

• Increase the number of participants playing netball and staying active

• Increase the number of participants in team sports, giving a sense of belonging and

community, and above all

• Empowering participants to achieve and strive to do their absolute best without being

confined by what they are wearing.

By including various uniform options and not being restricted to "dresses only" we are giving

our girls, young ladies and women the choice on what they wish to wear whilst encouraging

self-confidence, healthy living and improved wellbeing.
Balmain Junior Rugby Club Incorporated Inner West Council Participation and grading program Leichhardt Oval No2 $2,750.00 Use of external coaching support to develop volunteer coaching ability and support grading / selection for older age groups
Lane Cove Netball Club Lane Cove Municipal Council Development of Lane Cove Netball Club Coaches Currently campaigning for facilities in Lane Cove, so split between LCPS Court & the Willoughby Courts $10,000.00 With two years of covid resulting in shortened seasons, as well as social distancing and isolation restrictions, the Club's ability to develop the inexperienced coaches and umpires who are crucial to the Club's growth and future success has been impeded.  To rectify this, the Club has created a program to support and educate coaches and umpires who are wanting to learn.
Ballina Dragon Boat Racing Club Ballina Shire Council Come and Try Days with new paddles and PFD's The Canal Ballina $3,300.00 A purchase of Personal Flotation Devices (PFD) and paddles then have a sequence of come and try days to promote access and participation in the sport. The paddles will remove a financial barrier to entry, the PFD's will allow people that can't swim to participate, removing another barrier.
Eastern Creek Pioneers Soccer Club Blacktown City Council Gala Day Essential Equipment Upgrade and community campaign Morreau Reserve $4,612.00 The Canteen service is an integral part of soccer uniting players and spectators from clubs to converse and partake in a sense of community. Due to vandalism and break and enter the Eastern Creek Pioneer Soccer Club equipment needs to be replaced and upgraded to give us the opportunity to reignite the appeal and passion of local families but also to enable us to hold our proposed 2023 Mini-Roos Gala Day on 27 AUG 2023 and give us the potential opportunity to host finals in the BDSFA,
Schofields Junior Rugby League Club Incorporated Blacktown City Council Coaching staff training and equipment Galungara Park $3,200.00 Setting the coaching staff for the junior teams with all the equipment they need to coach and train their team.  We want to make it easy for them and not cost them any money, as it's hard to get volunteers.
Sapphire Coast Outrigger Canoe Club Bega Valley Shire Council Purchase Of A 2-Person Outrigger. Pambula River. $9,500.00 Our Club would greatly benefit from the purchase of a 2-person outrigger to add to our two 6 -person outriggers at Pambula River. Our Club is consistently gaining new members and the addition of this 2-person craft would allow flexibility for additional paddlers to join us, as well as provide our coach with a great craft to give new and inexperienced members personal one-on-one lessons to improve their paddling and training techniques, in addition to making it easier for the coach to teach more experienced paddlers how to steer.
Bllue Mountains Basketball Association Inc Blue Mountains City Council Increase Female Player Numbers In BMBA Katoomba Sports and Aquatic Centre $10,000.00 We will run Female focussed Clinics throughout the next April, July, September, Dec/January 2024 School holidays.  This will include the Basketball NSW "I'm a Girl and can do anything" program.
Different Strokes Dragon Boat Club Council Of The City Of Sydney Dragon Boat Training Equipment Upgrade Blackwattle Bay $6,863.00 Equipment upgrade for Different Strokes Dragon Boat Club will include rate watches, anchors for water training session, speed coach GPS, safety lights and dragon boat paddles. The upgrade will allow the community, in particular the club's members and to-be members to train with up to date technology and equipment that will enhance the team's performance in state and national racing. The equipment will benefit all participants of the sport - the coaches, sweeps and paddlers.
Central Coast Hockey Association Central Coast Council 5 a Side Program and tournament Central Coast Hockey Complex $10,000.00 Establish a 5 a side program and host a Regional 5 a Side Tournament at the Central Coast. 5 a Side incorporates all the skills and game principles of Hockey, with fewer players, less space and rebound boards on all 4 sides of the court to encourage the re-participation of many of our female members who have stopped playing hockey and introduce hockey to new members who may be hesitiant to play on a full size field.
Maitland Hockey Inc  (MHI) Maitland City Council Maitland Hockey Inc ClubMap Maitland Park $1,475.20 To  improve (MHI) our Association's community presence through increased training and knowledge aimed at increasing the capacity to communicate with members and  undertake administrative functions in a more timely and strategic manner.
Wellington Junior Redbacks Rugby Union Club Dubbo Regional Council Wellington Junior Redbacks Rugby Union Club Rygate Park $10,000.00 To purchase new training equipment.

Provide First Aid training.

Purchase line marker to contribute funds elsewhere.
The Hills Rugby Union Football Club Inc The Hills Shire Council Goal Post Yattenden Oval $10,000.00 Replace damaged goal posts at Yattenden Oval for use during the rugby season.  The existing posts have been installed for 10 years plus and suffered damaged during a storm.  We are no longer able to get parts to repair.
Wagga Wagga Water Polo Wagga Wagga City Council Wagga Wagga Water Polo Replacement and Upgrade of Goals Oasis Aquatic Centre $8,855.88 Purchase of 3 sets of foldable and durable goals to replace the existing 2 sets of inflatable goals currently being used in the Wagga Wagga Water Polo Junior Competition.
Miranda RSL Youth Club Sutherland Shire Council Miranda RSL Youth Club Trampoline and Double Mini Bed Replacement Miranda Youth Centre $5,566.00 As the only registered Gymnastics NSW trampoline gymnastics program in the area, Miranda RSL Youth Club provides gymnastic trampoline programs for recreational, competitive and school based sport athletes and disability groups. These beds will replace the current dilapidated beds on our essential trampoline and double mini trampoline equipment, which are used in every training session, to ensure safe training/competition facilities.
Goonellabah Football Club Lismore City Council Training Gear for Women's Teams Weston Park $5,998.00 Supplying training gear (balls, bibs, markers) specifically to accommodate the expansion of Women's Teams within the Club.
Bathurst Archers Bathurst Regional Council Women and girls empowerment in Archery Bathurst Archers $9,317.00 The project reduces barriers to participation in the sport of archery in the Central West of NSW. Bathurst Archers is the only target archery club west of the Blue Mountains. The project provides essential sporting equipment that specifically responds to the needs of women and girls, by providing a range of suitable weights, sizes and protective equipment. Six focused 'come and try' days, plus programmed coaching days for women and girls will also be run, introducing them to the sport. Having safe learning opportunities, appropriate and accessible equipment, including chest guards is key to their active engagement in the sport.
St bernadette’s football club The Hills Shire Council Dads and Kids Play Together Eric mobbs reserve castle hill $2,110.00 Several parents have expressed an interest in playing competitive soccer at the same club as their kids to drive communal engagement of football in our club and community. Parents often wait around at training and on saturdays and want to play competitive soccer. It is hard for parents to find clubs with people they know and without travelling to remote parts of the city to find a soccer club. We want to fufill that need to increase pariticipation levels in the game by parents and ensure children remain engaged and keep their passion for the game.
Hockey Blacktown Incorporated Blacktown City Council Shelving And Storage Cupboards For Seven Hills Scorpions HC Grantham Reserve $3,850.00 Seven Hills Scorpions now have a lockable storage space but no shelving or cupboards.  Funds provided will be used to purchase 2 storage cupboards for uniforms and smaller items such as whistles, balls and mouthguards.  The shelving will be used for the storage of larger equipment such as goalkeeper kits, equipment bags, ball and first aid bags.
Kingscliff Swimming Club Tweed Shire Council Acquisition of Swimming Specific Timing System Kingscliff Aquatic Centre $7,676.00 The acquisition of the Wylas swimming specific timing system is stage 2 of the club's strategic goal to upgrade its technology to provide a quality service to its currently increasing  87 swimming members and 17 volunteers. Stage 1 involved the acquisition of a new lap top and recording software.. The software digitises the painstaking manual club night event race information, reducing set up times and automating the timing process, greatly assisting the club's volunteers in the functioning of the weekly events. The proposed technology does integrate with the swimming specific recording software acquired under Stage 1.
Gunnedah Junior Rugby Club Incorporated Gunnedah Shire Council GJRC Contact Training Equipment Gunnedah Rugby Club $10,000.00 GJRC is seeking funding for new contact training equipment to enable all teams to have sufficient, safe equipment for use on training nights. Our current equipment is extremely worn and we do not have enough for all teams as our members have grown significantly in number over the last couple of seasons, in part due to the introduction of a female rugby competition in our area.
Eastwood Thornleigh District Tennis Association Inc The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby New Bathroom Fittings Pennant Hills Park $7,801.00 Replace old basins, taps and soap dispensers in external bathrooms; move old hand dryers from inside to outside bathrooms and replace with new dryers.
Berkeley sports junior rugby league club Wollongong City Council Berkeley Juniors return to sport Berkeley Park $5,000.00 With cost of living rising to be able to put our kids thru NSWRL holiday programs
Manly Warringah District Cricket Club Northern Beaches Council Seaforth Oval Turf Pitches Seaforth Oval $10,000.00 There is a shortfall of turf cricket grounds on the Northern Beaches.  The Premier women's cricket teams and the junior girls rep teams do not play matches on turf grounds , because of the shortfall.

MWDCC is aware there is virtually no opportunity to build a new facility.  As such , working with Northern Beaches Council , Seaforth oval was identified as a ground that could handle turf and the existing synthetic playing pitches .  There will need to be a re-alignment of the fields to utilize the overall playing area footprint. Soccer supports the re-aligment.
Shellharbour City Sharks RLFC Inc Shellharbour City Council Shellharbour City Sharks Liquid Line Marker Ron Costello Oval $2,365.00 Shellharbour City Sharks require a new liquid line marker. Club volunteers line mark fields for Ron Costello Oval and the associated Ben Fretus field There is also the potential use of Scout Willoughby and Keith Hockey ovals. These grounds are utilised for men’s league, ladies league tag, boy’s junior league and girls junior league tag. Club volunteers line mark the field for these fixtures as well as representative trial games (Harold Matthews, S.G. Ball and Jersey Flegg) and some Group 7 final series games. A new line marker would significantly assist Club volunteers conduct this work.
Nowra Warriors JRLFC Shoalhaven City Council Replacement of damaged safety equipment Lyrebird sports park $8,352.00 Replace damaged field safety equipment to enable our junior player both male and female to be able to train and play in a safe and inclusive environment
Connells Point Sailing Club Georges River Council Replacement Of Canteen Fridge And Freezer Donnelly Park $6,250.00 Replace previously donated and now unreliable fridge and freezer in our club canteen
Dalmeny Boardriders Association Eurobodalla Shire Council Dalmeny Boardriders - Come and Try Day program Dalmeny Beach, Dalmeny, Eurobodalla, NSW $4,932.00 Dalmeny Boardriders Association (DBR), on the NSW South-Coast is one of the largest competitive surfing clubs in the region. We have seen a consistent increase in membership over the last five years, but the sport still has room to grow.

Our monthly competition days provide a regular opportunity for community to get together, share a love of the ocean and enjoy everything that surfing has to offer.

Grant funding for the DBR Come and Try Day program, will be used to purchase suitable learn-to-surf equipment to enable people interested in surfing to try surfing in a supportive and safe environment.
Newcastle Junior Cricket Association Newcastle City Council Lewis Oval Pitch Replacement Lewis Oval, 27 Grainger St, Lambton, NSW 2299. $10,000.00 The cricket pitch at Lewis Oval is dilapidated and in need of replacement. The NJCA has $10,000 available to contribute. A further $10,000 will enable the project to be completed. This pitch is located in an area where there is a shortage of available grounds. It is ideal for girl's stage 2 and three games.
Canterbury Bankstown Tennis Association Inc. Canterbury-bankstown Council CBTA Interdistrict Regional Competition Panania Tennis Centre, Kelso South Park $6,000.00 Opportunity to develop a team of tennis players and assist in removing barriers for participation in regional tennis competition run by TNSW and NSW Hardcourt Association - STL Interdistrict 2023.
Moorebank-Liverpool District Hockey Club Liverpool City Council Club Facilities Upgrade - All Weather Installation Liverpool City Hockey Complex $9,600.00 The Club currently have no enclose area for the safety, enjoyment and comfort of players, spectators, officials and facility hirers. The Club is proposing to install outdoor shields around the concreted area.
Fairfield Juniour Australian Football Club Inc. Fairfield City Council Purchase of 3 branded Gazebos, Vinyl banners and flags ENDEAVOUR SPORTS RESERVE $5,000.00 Purchase of 3 replacement Gazebos for 2023 playing season, including vinyl banners and flags to be used to promote at community events and local markets. 

After the start of the year there, with all the rain and wet weather, the club gazebos had deteriorated and were not in a useable state.

The gazebos and banners will be used for promoting the AFL sport/ club to the local community.
Griffith Hockey Association Griffith City Council Indoor Hockey Sideboards Westend Stadium $9,130.00 The purchase of a set of indoor hockey sideboards that meet FIH specifications, replacing homemade boards which do not cover the entire length of a court. New boards will allow usage of two courts at a time instead of one, allowing competition to accept additional teams, current boards restrict team numbers due to opening hours of venue.
Tweed Heads Tennis Club Incorporated Tweed Shire Council New website - Design & Develop Arkinstall Park $3,080.00 - Set up WordPress website

- Create desktop, tablet and mobile designs

- Build site structure (pages and posts)

- Connect forms, security plugins, caching

- Implement local SEO package for search engine discovery
Eastern Suburbs Cricket Club Waverley Council Easts Cricket Club Girls Uniforms Waverley Oval $2,009.00 Easts Cricket Club will purchase girls specific uniforms to increase girls participation for the 2023/24 season.
Chatswood Rugby Club Willoughby City Council Chatswood Rugby Sporting Equipment Beauchamp park $5,000.00 Purchase of new tackle bags and provision of new jerseys and training kit to help restrict increasing registration fees.
Glebe RLFC Inc Council Of The City Of Sydney Wentworth Park portable scoreboard Wentworth Park Sporting Complex $10,000.00 To fund the purchase of a portable digital scoreboard for Wentworth Park Sporting Complex to enable us to play at the venue in NSWRL major competitions. There is currently no scoreboard.
Illawong Menai Cricket Club Sutherland Shire Council Casuarina Oval Storage Container Casuarina Oval, Alfords Point, NSW $3,000.00 Purchase, installation and fitout of a used shipping container adjacent to existing cricket nets. Used for storage of heavy and cumbersome training equipment.
Byron Bay Basketball Association Byron Shire Council Girls Development Squad Cavanbah Centre, Byron Bay $2,000.00 To grow participation, skills, fitness, and longevity in our girls basketball development squad from 30 to 80 girls in the U14, U16 and U18 age groups in Byron Bay and surrounding suburbs from Feb to June 2023.
International Sports Karate Association Liverpool City Council ISKA World Cup Martial Arts Tournament Whitlam Leisure Centre $10,000.00 ISKA World Martial Arts Championship (Karate).  This will be an international competition for karate and other martial arts disciplines.
Athletics Wollongong Inc Wollongong City Council Field Throws Equipment Replacement Program Kerryn McCann Athletics Centre $2,110.00 Provide throwing equipment to World Athletics standards to Illawarra field event participants and those competing at Wollongong's Kerryn McCann Athletics Centre.
Carlingford Netball Club City Of Parramatta Council Carlingford Netball Club (CNC) Inclusive Uniform Implementation Don Moore Reserve $2,000.00 Netball NSW has launched its Inclusive Uniform Guidelines for Associations & Clubs. Research shows that a lack of appropriate uniform options is a key barrier to participation for women and girls, as well as people of culturally diverse backgrounds, transgender/gender diverse people and males.

CNC's member survey identified that members wished to also have a singlet and short option in addition to the traditional dress. The dress is $75, however, the singlet ($45) and short ($40) option works out $10 more expensive. We are therefore seeking to subsidize the $10 difference to encourage uptake of the inclusive uniform.
Gerringong Womens Hockey Club Shellharbour City Council Gerringong Womens Hockey Club Junior Growth Program Croom Road Hockey Centre $2,000.00 Try hockey open day, with existing club members and any new potential members at Croom Road Hockey Centre to boost 2023 membership numbers in our junior group. This will take place prior to the commencement of the season in attempt to secure new members and retain existing registrations. BBQ and informal games and skill sessions. Purchase hockey goalie gear for our under 11's team as the Club does not currently have a kit. Purchase additional balls, training bibs and coaching boards/whiteboards to cater for growth and teams registered in 2022/23.
St Bernadette's Netball Club INC Blacktown City Council Provide Subsidised Registration International Peace Park $4,500.00 Having the ability to provide subsidised registration for our senior players and volunteers would assist in removing a barrier to participate in netball as many of our target audience find it difficult to find the funds to pay the costs of registration.
Merewether District Junior Cricket Club Newcastle City Council Wicket upgrade Pickering Oval Adamstown Heights $10,000.00 This grant will be utilised by Merewether District Junior Cricket Club to upgrade and enhance the existing cricket wicket at Pickering Oval Adamstown Heights in line with the recommended Cricket Australia dimensions to ensure the pitch has adequate width important for junior development
Mullumbimby Giants Junior Rugby League Byron Shire Council Hinged goal posts Mullumbimby Leagues Club $5,000.00 Set of 10m hinged goal posts for additional playing field.
CORRIMAL SWIM CLUB Inc. Wollongong City Council Better Bathrooms - Supporting Females and Participants of Diverse Backgrounds Corrimal Memorial Heated Swimming Pool $10,000.00 The bathroom upgrade will involve gutting and renovating the existing bathrooms. The design will include the addition of waterproofing, water efficient appliances and fixtures, lockable shower and toilet cubicles and parent and child change spaces. The new and upgraded, universally designed unisex bathroom amenities are planned to be beyond compliant and provide dignified inclusion, participation and access for woman (female participants, coaches and officials) in the sport of swimming and learn to swim, This is aligned with the Swimming NSW  "2022-23 SEASON MULTICULTURAL MEMBERSHIP DRIVE" that includes the initial and ongoing participation of these individuals in the swimming community.
Dragons Abreast Sydney Council Of The City Of Sydney Marquee Bank St Pyrmont $4,000.00 Transportable & portable Marquee with team log printing to erect at Regattas. Regatta events typically occur for numerous hours and it is critical to have a gathering place and provide sun protection for team members. Logo printing proposed to enhance the marketing activities of the club identifying Dragons Abreast Sydney. The club typically appears at Regattas held across NSW including Dolbroyd Point, Penrith, Orange, Wauchope, Shellharbour, Darling Harbour as well as local activities at the training venue of Bank St Pyrmont. The club currently does not have a branded Marquee.
Albion Park Little Athletics Centre Inc Shellharbour City Council Timing Infrastructure Renewal John O'Dwyer Oval $2,394.00 This project is for purchase of the equipment necessary for renewal of the athlete timing infrastructure at Albion Park Little Athletics Centre. Little Athletics is an inclusive sport offering opportunities to disabled athletes through the multi-class system. Albion Park Little athletics also services areas which are regional and would be considered low socio-economic. Current equipment is obsolete and/or damaged and is having a deleterious impact on the level of service that can be provided to club members and presents a safety risk to volunteers.
Eurobodalla Netball Association Eurobodalla Shire Council 2023 Equipment and Training Upgrades Captain Oldrey Park $6,926.00 The Eurobodalla Netball Association (ENA) wishes to apply for a grant to upgrade equipment and training facilities for our members, including for the six representative squads who will be attending State Titles in June and July 2023. The equipment provided through the grant will assist our Club in keeping fees low to attract greater grassroots participation, while also allowing the organisation to divert other raised funds, previously spent on equipment here provisioned through the grant, toward improved facilities and events that grow the Club’s prominence in the community.
Port Stephens Athletic Club Port Stephens Council Port Stephens Athletics Club (PSAC) Equipment Expansion Burwell oval, Tomaree Sports Complex $6,665.00 PSAC Little Athletics has had major growth from last season to this current season from 106 to 176 members. This is the largest number of members in the clubs known history. This growth is positive and welcomed, although comes with its challenges as now we find the club under-equipped with resources as well as recent major flooding that has impacted our grass track. The club still receives regular registration enquiries, but because we are under-equipped, we have had to unfortunately close off our registrations to the public. PSAC desperately needs equipment to expand and meet the communities needs.
Bateau Bay Dolphins Netball Club Central Coast Council Bateau Bay Dolphins Equipment Grant Baker Park Wyong $3,264.00 Bateau Bay Dolphins Netball Club are applying for a Local Sports Grant to buy new equipment to better service their teams needs in regards to training and supply better minor incident medical supplies.
Southbridge Boardriders Inc Shellharbour City Council Shellharbour Kids and Koori engagement in surfing Tom Strong Reserve $3,792.00 The program will increase kid’s participation, especially Aboriginals and females, in the sport of surfing in the Shellharbour region. Our club will (1) develop capacity to deliver quality, inexpensive beginner surf lessons by having 3 existing club members obtain a Foundation (Level 1) Surf Instructor qualification and run a fun and flexible in-house term learn-to-surf program (2) include a First Nations and girls component to the surf coaching program that will target Koori kids from local schools and the community to get involved in surfing and (3) enhance our sun/weather protection equipment for our club activities and events
St Bernadette's Netball Club INC Blacktown City Council Provide website to undertake administrative duties International Peace Park $2,000.00 To purchase technology to build our website and communicate more efficiently with our members.  New technology will also allow us to provide up-to-date, relevant information for St Bernadette's netball club, players and families.
Balmain Junior Rugby Club Incorporated Inner West Council Sporting equipment refresh Leichhardt Oval No2 $5,000.00 Refresh and replace key equipment used for training and coaching including balls, tackle bags and pitch markers
Lankan Islanders Cricket Club The Hills Shire Council Lankan Islanders Club Support GLENHAVEN OVAL $10,000.00 Lankan Islanders Sports Club (LISC) was founded in 2008, primarily as a cricket club, by Sri Lankan youth members with the ambition of playing good cricket socially and giving back to the Sri Lankan community, locally and globally. We enter cricket teams into the mainstream Hornsby Ku-ring-gai & Hills District Cricket Association. We also enter teams into local OzTag and Tennis community competitions. We are looking for funding to purchase training and playing uniforms for our participants and committee members. As well as funding to further develop and update our club website and take part in coaching programs.
Oatley Football Club Incorporated Georges River Council Access To Fields Renown Park $3,000.00 Oatley FC has over 800 players across U6 to Over 45s age groups, playing in ~70 teams. 

This project is to remove a barrier to participation vis helping provide access to quality training fields to assist ongoing player development and participation. 

OFC is limited to 1 main field and smaller areas which are insufficient to cover our numbers without field overuse, particularly with respect to higher level teams, and especially after wet weather. As a result we lose teams or can't develop teams; reducing ongoing participation. Our most senior team is a female premier league team.
Gosford Water Polo Central Coast Council Junior Club Competitions 2022 Gosford Olympic Pool $4,675.00 Subsidy to assist Junior members to atted the Junior Country Club Water Polo Competition in Ballina
Dragons Abreast Sydney Council Of The City Of Sydney New Member drive Bank St Pyrmont $6,000.00 Dragons Abreast Sydney was formed in 2003 and have had in excess of 100 members at its peak. Due to Covid, retirement from the sport, other commitments, health concerns or members passing away, our current membership stands at 26 and we are heavily focused on attracting and retaining new members for the longer term survival of the club and be the Sydney based face of Dragons Abreast, a sport for both survivors and supports of Breast Cancer to participate in the fun and team building sport of Dragon Boating.
Randwick City Football Club Randwick City Council Randwick City FC: See it. Be it. Better it. Chifley Sports Reserve $5,638.00 RCFC is a young club looking to sustainably increase its visibility, participation and quality.  We are a growing football club that has men's and women's teams, over 35s teams and our purple hearts (adults and children with disability). Through "See it", we are looking to increase the overall visibility of the club to players, sponsors and in the community, through "Be it" we are looking to champion the clubs values to all members and through "Better It" we are looking to increase the quality of trainings. coaching and equipment to improve all of our games.
Alstonville Junior Water Polo Club Ballina Shire Council AJWP Local Development Grant ALSTONVILLE AQUATIC CENTRE $2,660.00 Provision of subsidised swimwear and club apparel for all Alstonville Junior Water Polo club age groups, and additional pool hire for National Coaching, National Refereeing and National Official training for the purpose of reducing barriers to participation in local and representative Water Polo for our Regional/Rural Water Polo Club in Northern NSW.
Tenambit Sharks Fc Incorporated Maitland City Council Tenambit Sharks Facilities Improvement Program Beryl Humble Sports Complex $10,000.00 - Upgrade existing amenities to become gender neutral.

- Upgrade of amenities to better cater for the needs of women and girls;

- Upgrade existing amenities. Existing are dated.
Kings Langley SFC Blacktown City Council Wireless communications kits to assist development of beginner Game Leaders Lynwood Park $2,168.00 This project would enable the purchase of wireless comms kits for our MiniRoo Game Leaders. These kits will allow qualified referees within the club to provide real-time advice to beginner MiniRoo game leaders during game situations on things such as positioning and interactions with players. It is anticipated that these kits will mostly be used in training situations to avoid overwhelming and distracting our youngest Game Leaders during games when their complete focus should be on interacting with and mentoring the Under 5 to Under 11 players they are working with.
Moore Park Tigers Junior Australian Football Club Inc Council Of The City Of Sydney Uniform and equipment to support team volunteers Surry Hills $6,000.00 To improve the club’s community presence and to make volunteering more appealing by providing proper uniform and equipment required for the volunteers to provide training and gamedays for the participants.
Bankstown Sports Womens Cricket Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Subsidised registration fees for senior players Bankstown Oval $5,000.00 Being able to keep out registrations fees low is the key factor that will increase regular and on-going participation at our club. It is very hard to find females over the age of 18 to start playing cricket and one way we try to encourage new players to our club is through affordable fees and uniform prices. We want them to play and enjoy themselves and not have to worry about the costs involved in participating.
Dural & District Pony Club Incorporated The Hills Shire Council DPC Tetrathlon Program Holland Reserve $3,040.00 Acquisition of Laser Pistols in preparation to train and compete at State Tetrathlon event in 2023.
Bateau Bay Dolphins Netball Club Central Coast Council Bateau Bay Dolphins Netball Club Player, Umpire and Coaches Program Baker Park Wyong $2,160.00 Bateau Bay Dolphins Netball Club want to develop the skills of young players, our coaches and our emerging umpires. We propose holding four development sessions throughout 2023 to assess and address skill shortages throughout the winter netball season.  We have received a quote to hold these sessions at a local Indoor Sports Facility.
Winston Hills Football Club City Of Parramatta Council Winston Hills Football Club Cubs/Jnr goals Max Ruddock Reserve $7,000.00 Winston Hills Soccer Club as a Community driven organisation values inclusion and creating a welcoming culture for all within that community. We strive to offer the best possible equipment for our bear cub and junior teams, and ensure they have the necessary tools to learn and engage.
Port Macquarie Basketball Association Port Macquarie-hastings Council Supporting Excellence in Regional Basketball Port Macquarie Indoor Stadium $7,722.00 The 2023 representative basketball season will see 110 players aged 11 – 18 represent the Port Macquarie region in tournaments across NSW.

These players are the most skilled of Port Macquarie Basketball Association’s (PMBA) 800 junior members. They train and travel to competitions for seven months of the year.

The Supporting Excellence in Regional Basketball program will reduce financial burden, build unity and equality and address the barriers to participation experienced by regional athletes.

The funding will subsidise operational costs in two key areas:

•Court hire costs for representative training at Port Macquarie Indoor Stadium

•Representative training singlet
Comboyne Bowling Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council Bowling Green Restoration Comboyne Bowling Club $7,887.00 Our wish is to replace the worn and dilapidated ditch walls surrounding our bowling green and to replace the rusted and broken scoreboards used for scoring competitions on the green.
Port Stephens Cricket Club Port Stephens Council King Park 5 Cricket Covers King Park Sporting Complex $2,490.00 Our cricket is looking to replace 20 year old cricket covers which are in a state of disrepair, as well as new hessian underlay and cricket cover specific pegs to reduce potential for damage to the new covers. With the high ammount of wet weather over the past 12-18 months, we have noticed that our covers are leaking in a number of spots and it is impacting our ability to maximise both junior and senior cricket participation at our home ground.
Sydney Huskies Basketball Inc. Blacktown City Council Provide Complete Player Uniforms Kevin Betts Stadium $3,130.00 The project aims to provide subsidised full player uniforms for new players.
Bankstown Sports Womens Cricket Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Volunteer support and Come Try Day Bankstown Oval $4,000.00 In this project we will be running an Come Try Day with a number of programs that will increase the interest and skill level of players/participants within the community. It is important you try before you buy and commit to player. The volunteer support involves coaches courses and new iPads, sim cards for live scoring matches.
Sydney Huskies Basketball Inc. Blacktown City Council Provide Tablet Computer for Player Registrations, Accounting, and Marketing Purposes Kevin Betts Stadium $2,656.00 Funding required to secure a mobile solution that can serve as both a tool for player registration, accounting (Square payments), and marketing (Canva, web design, and social media channels management).
Kaimana Outrigger Canoe Club Lake Macquarie City Council Purchase of an OC2 canoe to grow our club Reids Reserve $3,915.00 Modern designed lightweight OC2 will support the increase in membership of the club

by improving our capacity to deliver participation opportunities for the local community. With the recent increase in membership numbers, the purchase of an additional canoe will allow for all members to participate in club training sessions and be involved in regattas. It will allow us to continue to grow our membership as the current situation has required us to hold off on accepting additional members.

Two training canoes will also allow the club to run clinics that focus on attracting junior participants along with additional adult members.
Figtree Football Club Wollongong City Council Pitch Drainage Harry Graham Park $10,000.00 Because of the ongoing impacts of la Nina, a large proportion of the community sports has been lost due to ground closures for safety reasons and preventing damage to playing surfaces.

This project will install drainage under the two main pitches at Harry Graham Park.

The expected outcome is to allow both pitches to be used more often and safely during periods of heavy rainfall.

This will benefit the community by allowing the continuity of physical activity and the associated health benefits, both physical and mental.
Inclusive Skating Australia Limited Liverpool City Council Inclusive Skating Australia Organisation And Community Development Liverpool Catholic Club Sporting Complex - Ice Rink $9,543.00 The purpose of this project is to improve Inclusive Skating Australia's community presence through the development of a website, social media platforms, membership and accounting system that allow us to communicate better with members, reach out to new members and better manage our financial and administrative processes. The project will also include organisational development including the training of new volunteers and coaches to help safely guide our inclusive skaters and assist them in overcoming barriers to participation in community based physical activity. The project will also include 3 "Come and Try Inclusive Skating" days to encourage wider community participation.
Garie Boardriders Incorporated Sutherland Shire Council Garie Boardriders Club Trailer. Garie Beach $2,500.00 Purchase of Registered Trailer to transport club equipment to beaches other than Garie Beach.
Grafton Riding Club Clarence Valley Council Judge and Official training for members Hawthorne Park, South Grafton NSW $2,400.00 Equestrian Australia (EA)  has advised that as of January 2024 all official dressage competitions will require at least one EA qualified official to preside over all EA dressage competitions.  To enable the Club to run official competitions, we need approximately 10 members upskilled to become qualified officials.  Additionally, the funds would allow for some members to become qualified Dressage judges, and allow for better quality events to be run by our local club.
Prestons Hornets Cricket Club Liverpool City Council Whitlam 2 cricket pitch Whitlam 2 $10,000.00 The existing cricket pitch at Whitlam 2 is unsafe. It is lower than the field around it, so it floods, retains mud and debris, and requires bowlers to run over uneven ground, risking injury. It has been abandoned for this cricket season, for both juniors and seniors.

We will fix it: remove the existing pitch, add sand and soil to raise the playing square, and install a new synthetic pitch.
Clarence Town Rugby League Football Club inc Dungog Shire Council Enhance facilities by upgrading indoor floor with all purpose surface Clarence Town Sporting Reserve $4,764.00 Upgrade existing concrete flooring with rubber surface to improve overall use of the area, provide wider opportunities of inclusion and reduce the risk of injury. This area is all weather option for all sporting codes within the facility and this upgrade would provide safe options for training, offer alternative inclusion of use and improve the facilities for future growth of sport.
Northern Storm Football and Sports Club Inc. Coffs Harbour City Council york St field resurfacing York St playing fields $7,893.00 To level, top dress and grass seed playing fields at York St, Coffs Harbour
Corrimal Juniors Rugby League Wollongong City Council Promotion Day League Tag for Girls Ziems Park Corrimal NSW $5,850.00 A promotional day to encourage all girls especially from CALD communities to engage in league tag for girls. Reaching communities wherein young girls might not engage in sport at all. Highlighting inclusivity for girls of all races and cultural backgrounds.
Eastern Creek Pioneer Soccer Club Blacktown City Council Website Development Morreau Reserve $5,100.00 Being a smaller club we havent had the funding to develop a website so this funding would be used to create a website for the club
Riding for the Disabled Association Orange Orange City Council Grass Slasher, Ride-on Mower RDA Orange $10,000.00 RDA Orange is located on approximately 50 acres which is used as paddocks for the horses as well as facilities such as indoor and outdoor arenas for use for classes with children with disabilities. Due to the overly wet and now warm weather the grounds need continual maintenance by our volunteers. As time can be limited for volunteers we need the right equipment for the job. A new ride-on mower to do accessible areas for our clients and a slasher to do the larger paddocks will greatly increase our ability to maintain safe access.
Seven Hills Toomgabbie Cricket Club Blacktown City Council Seven Hills Toongabbie Cricket Club Best Road Park $3,000.00 The grant will be used to increase participation in sport (Cricket) in our area. This increase participation will be aimed at young boys and girls who want to learn the game of cricket. The grant will serve with three purposes:

1. Access for females participation in cricket.

2. Help reduce the cost for participants to register and play cricket.

3. Provide a better service and professionalism to our players, coaches and Blast program.
Stockton Sharks Football Club Newcastle City Council Gearing up for Success Corroba Oval $6,500.00 Our club wants to ensure our players have access to quality and necessary training gear to meet our community needs. Having the right training gear will improve member participation and help to set our teams and coaches up for a successful experience for the 2023 football season.
South Tamworth Bowling Club Tamworth Regional Council Hosting the Lawn Bowls Grade 4 State Pennant Finals South Tamworth Bowling Club $6,600.00 South Tamworth Bowling Club are co-hosting the Grade 4 State Pennant Finals from the 30 June to 2 July 2023. The event attracts 16 Zone teams from across NSW with 192 bowlers, plus supporters and families to compete for the State Pennant Flag. The event boosts tourism to Tamworth, and through media coverage and spectators, promotes the sport of bowls in Regional NSW attracting more players to the sport. This is an open gender event and contributes to the Tamworth Regional Councils objective of being a centre for sporting excellence.
Mulgoa Valley Cricket Club Penrith City Council Subsidisation of Summer and Winter Cricket Program Expenses Sales Park $6,000.00 This submission aims to secure funding that will continue to support our club in purchasing vital training and playing equipment, as well as helping to cover the cost of nominating teams in both summer and winter competitions; the funding will allow us to keep our player registration fees low and affordable, whilst maintaining player access to year-round participation in sport.
Bankstown District Amateur Football Association Canterbury-bankstown Council Friends Fun and Football - Ladies Skill Development Program Padstow Park $7,000.00 An introductory football program focusing on fun, football and friendship

It is low-impact, football-based program providing physical and mental health benefits, social contentedness, alongside promotion of the benefits of engaging in team sport. The program provides 45-minute sessions that offer a more social and accessible version of football specifically modified for inactive women over the age of 20.

The participants discover and learn the basic competencies in a relaxed, non-competitive setting.

This program will be held over 8 weeks, 1 night per week and will encourage all ladies including those from CALD communities.
Macksville Soccer Club Nambucca Valley Council Upgrade of playing fields North Macksville playing fields $9,620.00 This project will be to replace the existing goals with safer movable soccer goals
Girls Boardrider Fraternity Inc Northern Beaches Council Girls Boardrider Fraternity Freshwater Reserve $2,000.00 Girls Boardrider Fraternity is a girls surfing group on the Northern Beaches.  We encourage and support girls in surfing.  We would like to provide uniforms for our members displaying the club logo to encourage new membership and to show
Wollondilly Knights Senior Australian Football Club Wollondilly Shire Council Increase participation and remove barriers to participation Hannaford Oval $9,000.00 We would like to increase participation and remove any financial barriers to participating in our local community AFL Club by way of subsidising fees. We would also like to do an extensive advertising campaign to promote the benefits of community sport to health, wellbeing and community spirit.
Fc Bossy Liverpool Youth Liverpool City Council Teams uniforms g & m Amalfi memorial park $5,000.00 Purchase or training and game day uniforms for players and support staff
Sydney Cricket League Incorporated Liverpool City Council Guts & Glory Global Championship 2023 - First Edition Brownes Farm Reserve $10,000.00 Sydney Cricket League is the most anticipated and popular multicultural community cricket league since its inception in 2016. We cater to 84 clubs and 1680 players from CALD communities throughout the year. The Guts & Glory Global Championship 2023 - First Edition is a brand new cricket event for the multicultural cricket community with exciting features. We will cater to 28 clubs in this new event and all of them will be placed into four groups and each group will represent the championship of their own country.
Western Sydney Wanderers Community and Youth Development Club Limited Cumberland Council Auburn and Birrong Girls High Schools Football Engagement Program Auburn Girls High School $10,000.00 A football engagement program for high school aged girls at Birrong and Auburn Girls High Schools. The program will deliver training programs introducing football skills, fun, and inclusion activities to girls within the school over multiple weeks using Western Sydney Wanderers coaches and community support teams.
Tarana Cricket Club Lithgow City Council Grounds Maintenance tarana recreation reserve $7,400.00 To replace the existing Ride On Mower with a new Ride On Mower needed to maintain over 5 hectares of grounds, comprising oval and surrounding grounds.  The current Ride On Mower is over twenty years old and is totally inadequate for the task in hand.
Allambie Heights Community Tennis Club Northern Beaches Council Hard Court to include Wheelchair Tennis Allambie Heights Reserve $10,000.00 Change of surface on One Court from a synthetic grass court to the Australian Open surface of GREENSET GRAND PRIX SPORTS ACRYLIC. The substructure of the current court is failing and needs to be replaced with a concrete base. This gives us the opportunity to lay a hard court down that can be used by not only local players but by Wheelchair Tennis Players.
Mungindi Swimming Club Moree Plains Shire Council Mungindi Swimming Club Coaches Training Program Mungindi Swimming Pool Complex $2,100.00 We would provide Swim Coaching courses to parents and committee members of the swim club in Mungindi. They would then be qualified to assist our Swim Club run effectively as well as providing qualified swim coaches to enhance the swimming abilities of the Mungindi locals who sign up to the Mungindi Swim Club. This would save the club paying coaching fees to a swim coach and ensure that we will have access to swimming lessons for our rural children.
Randwick Cycling Randwick City Council Supporting Disabled Inclusion In Cycling In Randwick Lga Heffron park $4,500.00 The project will drive disability inclusion in cycling in Randwick LGA. The Randwick Paracycling academy is an end-to-end approach that systematically removes the barriers for people with a disability to enjoy cycling.  It is modelled on a similar program for juniors that build the largest juniors cyclist club in NSW.

Nearly 19,000 people cycle weekly in Randwick LGA yet there are less than 5 registered Para cyclists in South East Sydney.  Significant barriers exist to disabled cycling that this project will address. 

This grant will support funding some specialist adaptive cycling equipment which is the missing part of the model.
Hunter River Dragons Inc Maitland City Council Come and Try Community Sessions with Hunter River Dragons Queens Wharf Park $6,618.00 As part of our commitment to increasing our club profile and membership, Hunter River Dragons are applying for funding to host a 5-week series of ‘Come and Try’ days with the intention of attracting new members and promoting community sport participation. As a club, we believe in fostering an inclusive atmosphere wherein everyone feels comfortable and can benefit from the many positive outcomes of sport. 

Feedback we have received from previous events outlines that it is imperative that we provide protection from elements, and support the day with provision of food.
Ryde Dragon Boat Club Incorporated Ryde City Council Female Coaching and Sweeping Development in Dragon Boating Putney Park $2,067.00 Upskill female members into Coaching and Sweeping roles. The project will provide Level 1 coaching course for 2 females and a Level 2 coaching course for 1 female. The club will also train female sweeps (boat steerers) and mentor through to their testing and accreditation. The project will also provide First Aid and CPR training that is a mandatory safety requirement for Coaches and Sweeps.
Leichhardt Cygnets Junior Australian Football Club Inner West Council Leichhardt Cygnets Development Program Glover Street Oval $5,000.00 A program designed for the Development of the clubs participants with the aim of attracting more girls to play AFL at a Junior Level
Balmoral Sailing Club Incorporated Mosman Municipal Council Ladies Bathroom Balmoral Park $10,000.00 Upgrade an existing downstairs bathroom to remove a shower stall and add an extra toilet and replace an existing toilet. The bathroom will be fully re-tiled and existing sink and fittings will be replaced
Cronulla Sharks Netball Club Incorporated Sutherland Shire Council Disadvantage Netball programme Bellingara Netball $10,000.00 To fund disadvantaged players with registration, u forms and annual clinics
Hills Senior Rugby Union Inc The Hills Shire Council Replacement Jerseys Yattenden Oval $8,712.00 Replacement of all jerseys for senior club
Carlingford Flames Netball Club Ryde City Council Come and Try Days / Skills Sessions Meadowbank Park Netball Courts $2,500.00 We would like to engage an external netball organisation to run a number of skills based sessions over the course of a few weeks to be held at Don Moore Reserve in North Rocks before we commence the 2023 netball sesions
Wahroonga Junior Rugby Union Club Ku-ring-gai Council Training and playing equipment upgrades Cliff Oval, Nth Wahroonga $7,366.00 Upgrading training equipment to allow for improved training and learning activities during training sessions for minis and juniors. Additionally, we need additional game day jerseys to supplement existing supplies.
Alexandria Dukes RFC Incorporated Bayside Council Alexandria Dukes Sports Access 2022 Booralee Park $10,000.00 Proceeds from this grant will be allocated to acquire required equipment for both Rugby Union and Netball teams operated by the club
Allambie Jets Rugby club Northern Beaches Council Update of website Allambie Oval $9,500.00 Our website is currently one page of information.  For ease of communication and to assist our parent volunteers it would be helpful to upgrade it to show game schedules, assist in registration, being able to purchase merchandise and to be a place where people come to learn about the club and what is happening
Harris Park Cricket Club Cumberland Council Purchase of Uniforms and Equipment for Senior Players Ted Burge Sportsground $7,000.00 We are looking to build a diverse and cultural community in, specially within Harris Park. Cricket is a huge part of our lives and we are looking to create a welcoming community culture through Harris Park Cricket Club. The funding will allow us to subside the cost towards high quality attire to ensure our players and volunteers are representing our growing club correctly.
Kurri Kurri Minor Rugby League Club Cessnock City Council Equipment for 2023 Women in League Program Margaret Johns Park $10,000.00 Having received a high number of enquiries off the back of the Women NRL Knights win, including Kurri Kurri local Kayla Romaniuk, we are hopeful the new year will see a growth in female participation as currently we have just 2 female teams, both of which are a part of the Player Passport Program. We would like to purchase new equipment to facilitate the growth in the club for 2023.
Peninsula Swans Junior AFL Club Central Coast Council Purchase of new goal post pads Rogers Park $2,000.00 This funding will be used to purchase one set of goal post pads, which are required for safety of the players. The current goal post pads are old and do not stay together well on the goal posts, we have had to use tape to keep them together for the last few weeks of the 2022 season.
Warringah Baseball Club Northern Beaches Council Pitching Machines for Junior Baseball St Matthews Farm Reserve $3,150.00 Purchase 2 zooka machines (pitching machines) to be used in training an games. These will replace the machines that are failing. We have 4 teams that require a zooka machine at their game each week
Mountains Fencing Club Inc. Blue Mountains City Council Club colours for comps Mid Mountains Neighbourhood Centre $2,900.00 This project is to produce custom team wear for fencers attending competitions and for accompanying coaches to enable them to look professional while representing the club.
Applicant Organisation Project Location LGA Project Title Project Location Name Project Location Full Address Brief Project Description
Sloths Dragonboat Club Council Of The City Of Sydney SLOTHS DRAGONBOAT SAFETY UPGRADE Bank Street, Pyrmont Bank St
Pyrmont NSW 2009
Australia
SLOTHS Dragonboat Club, established in 2000, based in Pyrmont and is one of Sydney’s most popular clubs, active in local, NSW, Nationals and World Championship Regatta events.

To cater for its members, both social and competitive paddlers, equipment is needed to ensure that safety of participants and the longevity of the Club in the future is sustained by providing the best environment available.  The benefit to participants is based around long term health and fitness, enabling the Club to continue to deliver a safe training environment, and supporting individual members to pursue representative honours at the State and National level.
Renegades Rugby Incorporated The Hills Shire Council Renegades Canteen Upgrade Kellvyille Park Field 5 Stone Mason Dr
Kellyville NSW 2155
Australia
Renegades Rugby is updating its canteen facilities to include more advanced Point of Sale, better food preparation, and increased security for storage of merchandise.
Terrigal Wamberal Rugby League and Youth Club Central Coast Council Upgrade of Changeroom and bathroom facilities Brendan Franklin Oval 1 Beaufort Rd
Terrigal NSW 2260
Australia
Terrigal Wamberal Rugby League and Youth Club would like to upgrade our current changeroom and bathroom facilities at our clubhouse.  We currently have limited facilities for our female participants, and people with disabilities.  With an upgrade to these areas, we will encourage more female participants and people with disabilities to be able to enjoy the facilities and engage  in the sport of rugby league.
Broken Hill Pistol Club Inc. Broken Hill City Council Evaporative Cooler And Insulation For The Broken Hill Pistol Club Broken Hill Pistol Club 47 Range Rd
Broken Hill NSW 2880
Australia
The 3x25m outdoor shooting bays of the Broken Hill Pistol Club have always had corrugated iron roofs and walls. There is no insulation or lining. In Broken Hill the temperatures often exceed 40 degrees, nearly 50 degrees in the bays. Insulation and the provision of an evaporative cooler and insulation would help members manage the extreme temperatures of summer. The club is looking for external funding so they can purchase and install insulation and an industrial evaporative cooler.
City United District Cricket Club Inc. Maitland City Council City United District Cricket Club Securing Our Legacy Robins Oval Elgin St
South Maitland NSW 2320
Australia
Restructuring our club to become modern, agile and more effective at promoting our sport and providing access to cricket to the broader community. Throughout the off-season, our club executive have been developing a Club Strategic Plan and updating our Constitution. We are inviting members to attend a session to unpack the Strategic document.  Thereafter, we are seeking to undertake training to develop an Operational and Revenue plan to sustain our growth over the next 3-5 years. This will assist us to work closely with other user groups the Maitland Park Recreation Board.
Cabramatta Bowling and Recreation Club  Ltd Eurobodalla Shire Council Provision Of Playing and Coaching Equipment At Club Malua Club Malua 40 Sylvan St
Malua Bay NSW 2536
Australia
Provision of 10 sets of lawn bowls suited to individuals with strength limitations, including children and youth. Without appropriate equipment, being smaller and lighter bowls, the ability to deliver the sport to the entire community is restricted.

An additional benefit is the ability to use the same equipment to promote the sport and opportunities it provides to the community and club members.
Wollongong District Cricket Club Wollongong City Council Equipment and Apparel North Dalton Park Pioneer Rd
Fairy Meadow NSW 2519
Australia
Looking to cover the cost of Balls for all teams and also Hooded Jumpers for our junior teams. We have Male and Female participants of all ages and the cost of cricket continues to increase signifcantly causing it to be extremely hard to maintain and encourage return participation. We are hopeful that this grant will allow us to attract more players by decreasing registration and also offering some apparel in a Hoodie to give out.
North Turramurra Football Club Ku-ring-gai Council NEW PLAYER UNIFORMS AND TRAINING EQUIPMENT Samuel King Oval 310A Bobbin Head Rd
North Turramurra NSW 2074
Australia
North Turramurra FC is a community club. We're a club with a long history of serving our

local community since foundation in 1957. We encourage male and female participation

with affordable registration costs. Our 2022 registration numbers were approx. 469 players

which was a 12% increase on 2021. Our participation rates continue to increase post COVID, hence a need for our club to seek subsidized funding for additional player uniforms and training

equipment to service members and projected increases in participation and a strong interest in female participation. These funds will be vital in servicing members and supporting our volunteers.
Fairfield Phoenix Baseball Club Fairfield City Council Pitching Machine for baseball batting practice. Fairfield Baseball Park Vine St
Fairfield NSW 2165
Australia
The project is to increase participation in baseball by installing a pitching machine to upgrade the training facilities at the Fairfield Baseball Park. Access to better training facilities will help re-build membership, re-establish a junior and a women’s team and generate better utilisation of the Park compared to forty years ago when the club had a pitching machine.

This pitching machine will enable all players and teams to improve batting performance and will also help the players avoid travelling longer distances to venues where they have to pay by the hour for the use of these machines and facility.
The Bundanoon Tennis Club Wingecarribee Shire Council LED lighting upgrade for 3 tennis courts Bundanoon Tennis Club 70C Erith St
Bundanoon NSW 2578
Australia
Upgrade to LED lighting which includes removal & disposal of existing lighting & supply and install new LED fittings on existing poles including new cabling. Aim is to improve lighting to meet Australian standard for Club Competition.
Parkes Bowling and Sports Club Ltd Parkes Shire Council Parkes Bowling and Sports Club Shade And Shelter Project 6 Cecile Street, Parkes NSW 2870 6 Cecile St
Parkes NSW 2870
Australia
PBSC has two bowling greens and one futsal field. In between each green and the futsal field there is seating for bowlers and futsal players and spectators which consists of shade cloth fastened to structured frames over the top. Some of the existing shade cloth has been removed due to ageing and deterioration. The remaining shade cloth is deteroriated. The aim of our project is to replace all the shade cloth to enable all community members and bowlers to have shelter from the sun and heat especially during the hot summers we experience here in the Central West of NSW.
Woollahra Colleagues Rugby Union Football Club Woollahra Municipal Council Canteen update Woollahra Oval Number 2 28 Manion Ave
Rose Bay NSW 2029
Australia
We would like to improve our canteen facilities which are severely outdated.  Currently we cool drinks in a large tub with ice with fridges and a deep freezer to be able to store unused BBQ produce between games
Orange & District Soccer Association Orange City Council Summer 2023 Orange & District Female Football Academy Sir Jack Brabham Park 1610 Forest Rd
Orange NSW 2800
Australia
The Orange & District Football Association is seeking monetary assistance to help fund a female football program named the Orange & District Female Football Academy.

This Academy will take place in the Spring /Summer of 2023 targeting ODFA female junior and youth age groups (U10’s -U14’s). The funding will go towards the cost of Coaches, guest Coaches, squad uniforms & equipment.

The academy would provide both individual and team development for all girls wishing to improve their football, preparing them to possibly represent the Association in the Western Youth League or progress to even higher levels of the game.
Teralba Bowling Club Lake Macquarie City Council Sail Shades Teralba Bowling Club 2A York St
Teralba NSW 2284
Australia
Sail shades to cover seating area outside of club for spectators
Western Suburbs Lawn Tennis Association Limited Inner West Council Fencing & gates for coaching courts & garbage gate Pratten Park 40 Arthur St
Ashfield NSW 2131
Australia
Installation of gates on Arthur Street access to coaching courts directly and erection of fencing and gates to enclose coaching courts to comply with safe guarding children. It is the club priority when coaching is in progress. The club is running Rally4Ever for people with mental illness or socially isolated on behalf of Inner West Council this fence will assist greatly with keeping the balls within the court area, which will make it easier for the participants to pick up the balls in a confined area due to their limited mobility in some cases. The balls go outside court area.
La Perouse Pony Club Randwick City Council Rider Development Bunnerong Equestrian Park 26-30 Wassell St
Matraville NSW 2036
Australia
Provide coaching and lesson opportunities to our members with some of Australia's best riders and coaches such as Sam Lyle, Charlie Brister, etc. To be taken place during pony club rally days at our grounds.
Mountains Fencing Club Inc. Blue Mountains City Council Increasting participation with technology Mid Mountains Neighbourhood Centre New St
Lawson NSW 2783
Australia
Wireless electronic scoring gear helps fencers improve their game through accurate registration of hits, gain experience for competitions, and helps fencers get more fencing at training as they can switch between fencers and weapons with speed and ease. Adding these systems to our club will help us run more fencing pistes at training to reduce fencers waiting time and increase participation. This additional equipment will also enable us to run some larger 'come and try' events to introduce groups of people to the sport.
Jamberoo Tennis Club Inc. The Council Of The Municipality Of Kiama Court 4 Resurfacing 2022 Jamberoo Tennis Club Churchill St
Jamberoo NSW 2533
Australia
Replace artificial grass surface on Tennis Court 4
Stuarts Point Mens Bowls Kempsey Shire Council Shade Cloth for two bowling greens and fixing uprights Stuarts Point Mens Bowling Club Ocean Ave
Stuarts Point NSW 2441
Australia
The old shade cloth and the ferrels that run on the wire lines are worn and ripped need replacing
Berry Shoalhaven Heads Rugby League Football Club Inc Shoalhaven City Council Berry Shoalhaven Heads Magpies Launch Program Berry Showground Victoria St
Berry NSW 2535
Australia
We plan on hosting a major season launch to help attract new players to our club. We have been struggling with player numbers severely for several years now.
Northmead Bowling, Recreation and Sporting Club Limited City Of Parramatta Council Final of Lawn Bowls State Pennants Northmead Bowling and Recreation and Sporting Club 166 Windsor Rd
Northmead NSW 2152
Australia
Final of Lawn Bowls State Pennants

Elimination rounds thought-out the State are to be conducted over 3 months, early in 2023. Depending on geography/climate, elimination rounds may be conducted at differing times.

In July 2023 the qualifying 16 teams will assemble in Northmead for a 3 day tournament to determine the State Champion.

Each team consists of 12 players, plus reserves, officials and in many cases are also accompanied by a supporter group.

16 Teams are divided into 4 pools who play a 3 game "round robin" the four winners proceed to a semi final and eventually a final.
The Golfie Young Hilltops Council Golf Cart Paths Young Golf Course 119 William St
Young NSW 2594
Australia
Due to above average rainfall in recent years, water is unable to drain from in numerous parts of the course. This is a particular concern on holes 15 and 16 which run adjacent to each other. This has proven to be an ongoing, annual issue resulting in inactivity and cessation of play during these rainfall events, forcibly causing closure to players since July. We propose that the funding go towards the installation of a  cart path in and around these aforementioned areas to allow access.

If successful this project will be undertaken by local volunteers and a contractor.
Chester Hill Hornets Sports Netball Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Hornets Getting Ready Program Deverall Park Yanderra St
Condell Park NSW 2200
Australia
Training programs for players, coaches and umpires 8 week program to help develop the up and coming
Denman Pony Club Muswellbrook Shire Council Denman Pony Club Zero Turn Mower Denman Pony Club Grounds Bell St
Denman NSW 2328
Australia
We would like to buy a xero turn lawn mower so our members do not have to use push mowers to mow acres of grounds to maintain our club facilities.
Berkeley Netball Club INC Wollongong City Council Subsidised Registration Player fees & New Equipment Fred Finch Park Hooka Creek Rd
Berkeley NSW 2506
Australia
Subsidised Registration for players to help support costs of rising Registration to families each year. We have held our registration same price for the last 3 years to support our players at a cost to the club where grants support the clubs in future years & families who are poor within our community we seek to fund those players so they too can experience Netball. We also need desperate funds for much needed New exquipment to replace our Training & Game balls, Bibs, Gear bags, Pumps and sport shoes to players who cant afford new shoes that are falling apart.
Redhead Bowling Club Co-op Ltd Lake Macquarie City Council Redhead Bowling Club Bowling Green Lights Club Redhead 42A Cowlishaw St
Redhead NSW 2290
Australia
To replace unusable Green Lighting by Supply and install of 16 new high quality commercial grade LED 480W Flood Lights.
Cooks River Titans Football Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Gough Whitlam Park Amenities - Electrical and Plumbing Gough Whitlam Park 205 Bayview Ave
Earlwood NSW 2206
Australia
The project will consist of rewiring existing electrical work in the canteen as well as providing lighting to the awning adjacent to the amenities building. Also included in the scope is additional stormwater work/connections required from the awning to the stormwater system.
Kellyville Kolts Soccer Club The Hills Shire Council Junior Development Programs Bernie Mullane Sports Complex 10 Marella Ave
Kellyville NSW 2155
Australia
Providing players from U8 to U17 ball mastery skills training. Kellyville Kolts runs Ball Mastery skills training every Monday throughout the whole season. We have approximately 100 players attending.
KINGSCLIFF BOARDRIDERS CLUB Tweed Shire Council KINGSCLIFF BOARDRIDERS LIVE HEATS Kingscliff Main Beach Marine Pde
Kingscliff NSW 2487
Australia
Our boardriders club wishes to implement a live scoring and competition management system for our monthly club rounds - called Live Heats. The system will enable our club to accept registrations and memberships, organise our competition schedule and publish real time updates for our members and streamline our judging system live - from the judging tent on our local Kingscliff Beach. In order to run this we will require a generator. We also plan on running a judging course for our junior members with a focus on more female judges getting involved.
Cardiff Rugby League Football Club Lake Macquarie City Council Scoreboard upgrade Cardiff No1 oval 175 Myall Rd
Cardiff NSW 2285
Australia
To supply and fit digital scoreboard
Goulburn Club Goulburn Mulwaree Council Goulburn Club - Replace roof to squash court Goulburn 19 Market St
Goulburn NSW 2580
Australia
Goulburn Club - Replace roof to squash court
Fernances Creek Riding Club Cessnock City Council Fernances Creek Dressage Arena Fernances Creek 57 Fernances Crossing Rd
Fernances Crossing NSW 2325
Australia
Purchase high quality PVC portable dressage arena for use on existing grassed arena.
Cessnock Amateur Swim Club Cessnock City Council CACS Swim Program Cessnock Pool Allandale Rd
Cessnock NSW 2325
Australia
* Fund Aust Swim accreditation for older teens in the club.

* Fund pool entry for club participants on club nights & swim coaching sessions.

* Fund Masters Club fees to encourage masters to join the club - new event introduced.

* Fund Swim Coaching event through 'The Swim Squad' to improve skill development and health awareness of club participants.
Bellambi Football Club Inc. Wollongong City Council New Sports Field Line Marker Elizabeth Park 49A Cawley St
Bellambi NSW 2518
Australia
Purchase of a new sports field line marker. Our current line marker is in excess of 10 years old and has come to its end of life. The new line marker will be used by our volunteers to mark our main playing field, as well as our secondary playing and training fields.
Wee Waa Soccer Club Incorporated Narrabri Shire Council Wee Waa United FC Training, Game and Development Program Cook Oval 23336 Kamilaroi Hwy
Wee Waa NSW 2388
Australia
We are looking to provide training and development resources to our club and it's participants in the Wee Waa and surrounds area in order to promote community involvement in local sport and recreation activities by providing the club with the tools necessary to deliver a more professional development program for football, thereby encouraging both participants who have never played before to get involved and participants with a history in the sport to get involved in both participating in the sport as well as supporting the development of others interested through training and practice.
Hawkesbury Canoe Classic Assoc  Inc Hawkesbury City Council Hawkesbury Canoe Classic Macquarie Park Wilberforce Rd
Wilberforce NSW 2756
Australia
Dedicated Volunteer Committee HCC Assoc hold annually in October, Hawkesbury Canoe Classic, a challenging overnight 111 kms physical paddling event on the Hawkesbury River from Windsor to Mooney Mooney. HCC provides mass participation for paddlers recreational to elite. Entrants from all communities are welcome. Expectations are that  entrants have trained for the challenging event, mandatory they respect officials, other entrants, rules and safety. HCC cannot be held without support from approx 400 volunteers, land crews (usually family and friends), waterfront landowners and various volunteer organizations who ensure safety at 20 checkpoints for an estimated 300 entrants.
City of Sydney Basketball Association Council Of The City Of Sydney City of Sydney Basketball Association Coaching Program Alexandria Basketball Stadium 53 Maddox St
Alexandria NSW 2015
Australia
Course Accreditation/Education for City of Sydney Basketball Association Coaches on Intellectual Disabilities. Includes a face-to-face 3-4 hour workshop with Special Olympics Australia. Following the workshop, running an inclusive weekly one and a half hour training session specifically for Intellectual Disabilities, to cater their needs best.
Wenden Swimming Club Liverpool City Council Wenden Swim Club - Uniforms / Electronic Equipment Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre 62 Cabramatta Ave
Miller NSW 2168
Australia
Purchase of uniforms for the swim club, including but not limited to swim caps, towels, shirts, shorts and backpacks.  All in swim club colours and featuring our club logo.

Purchase of laptop and ipads for the swim club to automate official club records and time keeping detail at club race nights.  All currently done manually.
Casuarina Hockey Club Tweed Shire Council Hockey Goals Casuarina Hockey fields 1 Barclay Dr
Casuarina NSW 2487
Australia
Casuarina hockey is looking to Replacing broken Hockey Goals at our field, so we can hold training and games for all our members both junior and seniors boys and girls Men and women players
Singleton Bowling Club Singleton Council Increase Membership Singleton Bowling Club 50 Pitt St
Singleton NSW 2330
Australia
To assist club to finance public events in an effort to increase publicity of the Bowling Club and recruit new members to a recreational sport
Hornsby Kuringgai Basketball Association The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Replacement Of Broken Scoreboards Thornleigh Indoor Sports Stadium, The Brickpit. 1A Dartford Rd
Thornleigh NSW 2120
Australia
The scoreboards at the Brickpit have been in constant operation for the life of the stadium, over 15 years. These have been pieced back together many times over the years but have finally reached an age that can no longer be maintained and now several have failed. The HKBA would like to help fund the upgrade of the equipment to future proof and modernize the facilities so that we can continue to run competitions within the stadium 7 nights a week across 4 courts servicing primarily basketball but also netball and volleyball for the greater community and schools.
Dungog Memorial Bowls Dungog Shire Council Shade Protection for Social Bowlers Dungog Bowling Club 56 Brown St
Dungog NSW 2420
Australia
The Bowling Club has a grass green set aside for Social Community Bowls and use by under 14 year old junior players.  During the summer months we anticipate hosting several social bowls events every weekend targeting new bowlers and juniors.  Appropriate shade shelters  would improve sun safety for players and enhance the playing experience thereby increasing the uptake of this sport significantly.  We also have a significant older demographic who would benefit from shading and attend bowls on a more frequent basis.
Southern Spirit Cricket Club Central Coast Council Southern Spirit Cricket Club - Women's Cricket Program Rogers Park Dunban Rd
Woy Woy NSW 2256
Australia
To increase both junior and senior womens participation in cricket locally the Southern Spirit Cricket Clubs requests funding to better equip our female teams. This funding would help the club purchase training and playing clothing and equipment. This funding would be essential in the attraction, development and retention of female club members and the broader cricketing community.
Mayfield Bowling Club Cooperative Ltd Newcastle City Council Have A Try At Bowls Mayfield Bowling Club Cooperative LTD 2A Ingall St
Mayfield NSW 2304
Australia
To encourage particiaption in lawn bowls the Mayfield Bowling Club would like to purchase 6 commercial picnic tables that would be designated for people playing lawn bowls. We have found because we don't have tables specifically designated for people to come along and enjoy a game of bowls that this discourages people from playing. If we had this, it would encourage people to play lawn bowls and allow us to provide a quality service and meet our community need.
Sydney Bears Ice Hockey Club Ryde City Council Sydney Bears Hockey School Macquarie Ice Rink Waterloo Rd
Macquarie Park NSW 2113
Australia
Sydney Bears Hockey School is the Sydney Bears Ice Hockey Club's  development program and is the intermediary step between learning to skate and playing ice hockey at a competitive level. It is an important part of the Sydney Bears recruitment of new members. Hockey School is a 20 week program to be run from Sunday 8th October 2023 till Sunday 10th March  2024 at Macquarie Ice Rink. Hockey School looks to teach the basics of ice hockey and equip all participants with the necessary base skills and techniques to play a competitive game.
Cronulla Seagulls Football Club Sutherland Shire Council Synthetic Cricket Pitch Covers Woolooware Oval 55 Caronia Ave
Woolooware NSW 2230
Australia
This project focuses on replacing the old synthetic grass covers that are used during the winter season to cover the cricket pitch in the middle of Woolooware Oval. The current covers come in 8 rolls and are starting to degrade making their use unsafe for footballers and park users during the winter months. Included in this request is a new storage rack and moving rollers to ensure our volunteers who raise and lay these covers each year do not injure themselves (our current covers are needed to be pulled behind a car to get into place).
Central Charlestown Junior Rugby League Lake Macquarie City Council Central Charlestown Junior And Senior Rugby League Club Scoreboard St John Oval Bula St
Charlestown NSW 2290
Australia
A regional rugby league club, Central Charlestown Juniors, request $3,000 as a contribution towards a portable electronic scoreboard costing $13,000, assisting it to provide a quality service to our members, enhance the existing facility and meet community needs.

The purchase of this equipment for the club is only possible through the Local Sport Grant Program. The grant allows the club to attract female players for an additional team in 2023 and prioritise its fund raising to supporting its Indigenous Round, a round that sets the expectation for all junior Hunter and Lake Mac clubs to follow.
Gladesville Gymnastics Club Ryde City Council Vaulting towards 2032 Gladesville Gymnastics Club 436 Victoria Rd
Gladesville NSW 2111
Australia
Purchase of a new, Olympic standard vaulting table.
Holroyd Rangers Soccer Club Cumberland Council Electronic Scoreboard Guildford West Sports Ground Foray St
Guildford West NSW 2161
Australia
Aquiring and installing Electronic Scoreboard
Coffs Coast Bodyboarding Association Coffs Harbour City Council Coffs Coast Bodyboarding 2023 Coffs Coast State Park Jordan Espl
Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Australia
CCBA are entering the digital age and looking to purchase a equipment to assist us in running events with the latest digital assets and software
Australian Chinese Sports Club Blacktown City Council Summer Cup Soccer Touranment Lily's Footbal Stadium Seven Hills 1 Quinn Ave
Seven Hills NSW 2147
Australia
This Australian Chinese Sports Club (ACSC) is organising a Summer Cup of Soccer competition for 14 Sundays that involves just under 200 players.
Baulkham Hills Baseball Club City Of Parramatta Council Equipment Purchase Northmead Reserve 2 Elizabeth Cres
Northmead NSW 2152
Australia
purchase ride on lawn mower and trailer to assist volunteers in preparing the ground each week to play.
Alstonville Swimming Club Ballina Shire Council Alstonville Swimming Club Development Alstonville Aquatic Centre 13/15 Alston Ave
Alstonville NSW 2477
Australia
Alstonville Swimming Club has grown significantly over the last few years.We have a number of swimmers who participate at high levels, National, State and Country Championships.

As the club has continues to grow, our equipment is aging in which we are starting to have technical issues, which can impact our weekly club nights and qualifying carnivals.

The club is looking at replacing our starting and timing systems, also looking at electronic marshalling boards for our qualifying carnivals.
Forster Tuncurry Athletics Club Mid-coast Council Replacement/Upgrade of Athletics and Maintenance Equipment. Tuncurry Sports Complex Stewart Pde
Tuncurry NSW 2428
Australia
The Forster Tuncurry Athletics Club currently has approximately 90 Registered Little and Senior Athletes with approximately 20 extra Trialists from the Little Athletics program. This is a 200% increase from the previous year of around 30 athletes. At the current time we have limited Athletics Competition and Maintenance Equipment to provide so that Athletes can participate in events during Club meets. The Clubs project is to purchase Starting Blocks, Timing watches and Ground Marking Equipment. These items fall within the "Barriers To Participation" guidelines as without them we cannot run events, allow athletes to train/compete or be recorded.
Hillston Swans Football & Netball Club Inc Carrathool Shire Council Hillston Swans Netball Uniforms Stan Peters Oval - Hillston NSW High St
Hillston NSW 2675
Australia
The project is to provide new netball uniforms for the growing number of young girls and women who participate in the local and regional netball competitions.  With the rising costs of living, if we can assist in providing the required uniform then it supports the ability of players being able to participate in the competition and thereby contributes to the involvement of girls and women, including our Aboriginal community in sport and to the development of a physically and mentally healthy strong local rural community.
Wiradjuri Goannas Women's Rugby League Club Dubbo Regional Council Wiradjuri Goanna's Women's 9s Gala Day Apex Oval Dubbo Kokoda Pl
Dubbo NSW 2830
Australia
The project aims to increase female participation within the Western and Far West Region via a 9s gala day to provide an opportunity for women to enter teams for a 9 a side gala day. The day will be hosted by the Goannas club with an invitation sent to clubs throughout the West and Far West area and also provide an opportunity for clubs competing in the Western Women's Rugby League competition to advertise.
Wests Junior Rugby Club Inc. City Of Canada Bay Council Wests Jnrs Girls Rugby Program St Lukes Park Stanley St
Concord NSW 2137
Australia
West Juniors is committed to a focus on increasing engagement and participation with females. We currently operate a successful Girls Rugby 7's Program including participating in the Sydney Juniors Rugby Union competition. In addition to this, Wests Juniors are launching a female academy, which will provide a pathway for young girls from 12 years of age right through to the pinnacle of rugby participation with West Harbour Rugby Club.  This program will be its first of its kind in Sydney Junior Rugby Union.
Swansea-Caves Junior Rugby League Football Club Lake Macquarie City Council Day for the Pens (Female Swans) Parbury Oval Marks St
Swansea NSW 2281
Australia
Over the past 4 seasons the Swansea Caves Junior Rugby league football club has grown its membership base from 58 to 178 members. 

A number of participants are female and has seen an increase of female participation from 1 or 2 to nearly 15 in the Junior Rugby League club. 

The Swansea Caves would like to conduct the Day for the Pens gala day with 10 teams with the cost covered through the grant to promote grass roots rugby league 6-9 year old girls.
Eastlakes Sports Club Ltd Bayside Council Multi-sports for our Younger Community Eastlakes Sports Club 16 Florence Ave
Eastlakes NSW 2018
Australia
As part of the transformation of our Sports Club from being a traditional 'Bowlo' for the older community, the club members (at our recent AGM) voted unanimously for a Resolution that the Directors create a vision for the club that focuses on providing a range of fun, structured sports and cultural activities for our culturally diverse and burgeoning community of Eastlakes (and surrounding suburbs).  Our goal is to attract younger visitors, who in turn become members of the future.  Eastlakes is transforming from what was once a low socio-economic community to one that has younger more affluent families moving in.
Port Kembla Pumas Wollongong City Council Goal Post Upgrade King George V Oval 170 Military Rd
Port Kembla NSW 2505
Australia
We would like to obtain new mobile goal posts (socketed) Full size posts. The full size socketed posts will assist Wollongong City Council (labour and machine hire) and provide opportunities for the local community all year round. This will allow the club to hold more pre-season games from teams from different areas with potential after game functions at a supporting club facility.
SLOTHS Dragonboat Club Council Of The City Of Sydney SLOTHS FITNESS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Bank Street, Pyrmont Bank St
Pyrmont NSW 2009
Australia
SLOTHS Dragonboat Club, established in 2000, based in Pyrmont and is one of Sydney’s most popular clubs, active in local, NSW, Nationals and World Championship Regatta events.

Our aim is to build and develop our members through guided Boxing and fitness sessions in addition to health and wellbeing workshops

for our paddlers to be stronger (both physically and mentally) and more competitive.
The Entrance Cricket Club Central Coast Council The Entrance Cricket Club Portable Pitch Jubilee Oval Kitchener Rd
Long Jetty NSW 2261
Australia
Our Junior Girls and Boys programs have grown 100% in the past 3 seasons and we now have a need to maximise the space in which we can run our Blasters program and our Junior Format Cricket which now includes U10's and a Girls Sixers Side. We are looking to purchase a portable pitch called a Flicx Pitch which will allow us to potentially run more games and activities out of Jubilee Park which is usually a training and senior turf wicket facility. We anticipate this purchase will allow us to continue to grow our playing numbers.
Central Coast Dolphins Touch Association Central Coast Council Increase Participation in Touch Football Garnet Adcock Memorial Park Central Coast Hwy
West Gosford NSW 2250
Australia
To continue to increase participation in the sport, for both males and females, by providing opportunities for playing, coaching and refereeing.
Leichhardt Saints Football Club Inner West Council Uniform items for U6 and U7 players KING GEORGE OVAL Manning St
Rozelle NSW 2039
Australia
This project targets our youngest players, encouraging parents to register their children in a team sport. We aim to grow this segment of our membership to support children's development and skills, and encouraging them to participate in sport throughout their lives.

We provide a jersey to all players each year, however uniforms also require specific socks and shorts. This is an added expense for families as children grow quickly meaning items need constant replacing. By providing U6/U7 players with a set of socks and shorts each, we hope to make the sport more affordable and accessible for all families.
Nelson Bay Junior Rugby League Football Clun Inc Port Stephens Council Coaches and team staff education Salamander Sports Complex 9 Tarrant Rd
Salamander Bay NSW 2317
Australia
Funds will be used to provide accreditation and training for all coaches from Under 6's through to Under 17's and sports trainer accreditation courses including first aid for all teams to have qualified team staff at every game as required by the nsw rugby league rules.
Paterson Tennis Club Inc Dungog Shire Council Cleaning Court Surface Paterson Sportsground Reserve 39 Webbers Creek Rd
Paterson NSW 2421
Australia
Removal of mould and rejuvenate the existing court surface.  Ongoing wet weather conditions has rendered one of the courts unplayable and the other one usable but not ideal. Cleaning the surfaces would not only encourage more community use, it would also allow more players on the court.
Paterson Cricket Club Dungog Shire Council New synthetic pitches and Seating Paterson Sportsground Webbers Creek Rd
Paterson NSW 2421
Australia
New Synthetic practice pitch for nets and new seating for players and spectators
Dobroyd Aquatic Club Inc City Of Canada Bay Council Replace Deck Rodd Park 87 Henley Marine Dr
Rodd Point NSW 2046
Australia
Replace degraded deck used to access Iron Cove by Dobroyd Aquatic Club, a club which includes a mixed fleet of Junior and senior sailing craft, Sailability, Deaf sailing NSW, Radio controlled racing, and the largest windsurfer fleet in Australia. The club is an accredited Australian Sailing Discover Sailing centre; conducting learn to sail courses for children and adults.The deck is the only access to the water for Sailability sailors and is increasingly unsuitable for wheelchairs and mobility canes used by our members. The deck is also used by rowers and dragon boats for regattas, and the public.
Douglas Park Tennis Club Inc Wollondilly Shire Council Douglas Park Tennis Club Automated Lighting Control Douglas park tennis Club 195 Camden Rd
Douglas Park NSW 2569
Australia
Purchase and installation of the BCS automated lighting control system to compliment the Club Spark online court hire and access system.

The BCS automated lighting system will be installed at the Douglas Park Tennis Club and integrated with the existing online court hire, payment and access system.

The Committee of Douglas Park Tennis club will manage the project in the following aspects.

1. Communicate with Tennis NSW to purchase system.

2. Committee members in kind will install the system. (Licenced NSW electrical contractor)

3. Integration with Club Spark.

4. Advertise via email campaign and website of project completion.
Ballina Bin Chooks Water Polo Club Ballina Shire Council Ballina Bin Chooks Waterpolo program Ballina memorial Swimming Pool 4 River St
Ballina NSW 2478
Australia
The newly established Ballina Bin chooks Water polo club endeavors to improve accessibility and improvement in participation and skill level for local participants, especially women. We are the first and only official incorporated water polo club in Ballina,  by establishing a  stronger presence, improving communication and promoting the club in the local community it is envisaged we will increase club numbers.  By providing training opportunities and access to uniform and equipment we hope to further improve skill level and social engagement of club members.
Richmond River Sailing & Rowing Club Ballina Shire Council Pacer sails Richmond River 2 River St
Ballina NSW 2478
Australia
New sails for seven club sailing boats that are used for sailing lessons for new members.

New rudders for two boats that are old and worn.
East Hills Baseball Club Association Incorporated Canterbury-bankstown Council Batting Tunnel Surface Kelso Park North Sporting Complex 565 Henry Lawson Dr
Panania NSW 2213
Australia
To supply and install synthetic grass flooring to the previously constructed outdoor batting tunnels at our baseball club grounds.
Schofields Junior Rugby League Club Incorporated Blacktown City Council Game Day Set Up Galungara Park, Farmland Drive Schofields Farmland Dr
Schofields NSW 2762
Australia
We are starting a new rugby league club, this project is to set up the kids with all the training gear they will need.
Artarmon Maestros Cricket Club Willoughby City Council Artarmon Maestros Cricket Club Development Program Artarmon Reserve Burra Rd
Artarmon NSW 2064
Australia
AMCC would like to reach out to wider community for which we need to improve our resources such as building club website, come and try day, organizing social tournaments etc. This will also be helpful to start enrolling women and kids into the club.

To encourage more community members to the club we need to improve our skills for which we need improve our skills by letting couple of our club members run through coaching courses so they can help improve the skills of enrolling players.
Bathurst District Football Bathurst Regional Council Resurfacing of damaged and worm out areas on fields. Proctor Park Bathurst 21 Gormans Hill Rd
Gormans Hill NSW 2795
Australia
Resurfacing of damaged and worm out areas on fields one and three on Proctor Park. The existing areas will be dug out and replacement turf laid. Bathurst Regional Council will remove the old turf and Bathurst District will engage the services of a professional landscaper to replace the turf with a more suitable product.
West Wallsend Junior Rugby League Club Incorporated Lake Macquarie City Council WWJRL - Partitions Installed in sheds for womans privacy Les Wakeman Oval, West Wallsend 19 Hyndes St
West Wallsend NSW 2286
Australia
Currently the junior teams share the sheds we would like to install laminate partitions in the sheds to provide privacy for the young girls getting changed before and after the games as currently there are no privacy screens in the sheds.
Leichhardt Saints Football Club Inner West Council Veo Sports Camera and Accessories King George Oval Manning St
Rozelle NSW 2039
Australia
Leichhardt Saints Football Club requests funding to purchase and operate a Veo Sports Camera for our Club. This technology will allow us to offer coaches and teams match recordings for team feedback and allow them to enhance their training and skills development. We believe this tool will be an asset to our club in attracting and retaining players, and also offering a quality service to our members.
Milton Ulladulla Touch Football Association Shoalhaven City Council JSC Player And Coaching Development Frogs Holla Matron Porter Dr
Milton NSW 2538
Australia
Obtain funds to meet the costs of accreditation and training of current and future coaches at both an introductory and advanced level to improve the skill of all junior participants at our local competition and also the competitiveness of our representative teams when competing at Carnivals against rural and metropolitan peers. Minimum coaching accreditation requirements are currently a barrier to participation at events for our junior as we have insufficient numbers of coaches to send more teams and the skills and knowledge of existing accredited coaches is inferior to peers meaning we are not competitive
Winston Hills Junior AFL incorporated City Of Parramatta Council Training Shirts & Specialised Training Sessions For Coaches & Players. Old Kings Oval Parramatta O'Connell St
Parramatta NSW 2150
Australia
The grant will be used to:

-Purchase training shirts for all players (Auskick, U10 & U12 girls) & give as part of the registration package. Provides an incentive for parents to register children to play AFL & reduce financial burden on families.

-Run Coach the Coach training sessions in the pre-season for parents & volunteers interested in coaching.

-Run specialised training for players delivered by professional coaches. Specialised training provides training methods for coaches to meet the mandatory accreditation requirements for the 2023 season & gives players activities to improve their skill level.
Ryde Dragon Boat Club Incorporated Ryde City Council Purchase equipment required to meet increasing membership growth Putney Park 77 Pellisier Rd
Putney NSW 2112
Australia
Ryde Dragon Boat Club (Ryde DBC) has grown significantly since launching in Jan 2022 to over 75 members with new people trialling and joining each week. The club urgently needs more equipment to cater for the increased participation and continued growth. Ryde DBC has received funding for a third boat that enables more members to train regularly. Ryde DBC now needs additional paddles, PFDs and paddle bags to support this growth and the future growth. Ryde DBC coaches also require a paddling erg that will be used for crew selection and technique training on land.
Bay and Basin Amateur Swimming Club Shoalhaven City Council PA System and uniforms Bay And Basin Leisure Centre The Wool Rd
Vincentia NSW 2540
Australia
Bay And Basin Swimming Club Would Like A New PA System To Replace The Old One That Isn't Working. We Use This At Our Club Nights, Time Trials And Carnivals. This Is An Important Piece Of Equipment So All Swimmers Know What Event Is On, Results, ETC. We Would Also Like To Supply All Our Swimmers That Represent The Club With A Swimming Cap And A Polo Shirt So They Look Apart Of A Team.
Malua Boardriders Inc Eurobodalla Shire Council Malua Bay Surf Sisters Albert Bamman Memorial Park 4 Kuppa Ave
Malua Bay NSW 2536
Australia
Our project aims to build a solid and foundational local surf culture that will inspire and support aspiring female surfers in an environment that is respectful, exciting and inclusive. The goals of this project are: 1. Provide and increase access to surfing for girls from all demographics including surfing initiatives for female Koori surfers 2. Connecting and involving recreational female surfers to build a strong, supportive and inclusive multigenerational surfing community with mentorship and instruction 3. Creating, developing and empowering strong female leadership in and out of the water 4. Celebrate and acknowledge our generations of the Eurobodalla's female surfers.
BAYVIEW GOLF CLUB LTD Northern Beaches Council CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE GOLF CART PATHWAY TO UPGRADE EXISTING SURFACES BAYVIEW GOLF CLUB 1825 Pittwater Rd
Bayview NSW 2104
Australia
Bayview Golf Club (BGC) is committed to increasing participation in the sport of golf and holds competitions 7 days a week for golfers conducting 60,000 rounds of golf a year.  BGC is seeking funds to build a concrete golf cart path in order to enhance its facilities to encourage inclusion and well-being of women, girls and children and golfers generally.  BGC by improving the golf course will retain members, social players and the local community of golfers.  Better facilities encourage greater participation and so BGC has embarked on an extensive infrastructure improvement program starting in 2015 and continuing through 2022.
Rooty Hill Junior Rugby Union Club T/a Western Raptors JRUC Blacktown City Council Western Raptors Junior Rugby Union Club Mittigar Reserve Luxford Rd
Hassall Grove NSW 2761
Australia
Provide quality training and equipment facility use to the western Sydney community. Reduce the barriers for low socioeconomic households to participate in Rugby Union. Supply team uniform as a way of feeling included and a sense of belonging  to all children no matter their background. Assist in programs to engage participation within the womens, girls and under-represented population.
Condobolin Sports Club Lachlan Shire Council Twin Golf Practice Nets Condobolin Sports Club Tasker St
Condobolin NSW 2877
Australia
Installation of new Golf Practice nets at the Condobolin Sports Club
Newcastle SUP Club Inc Nambucca Valley Council Scotts Head Paddle Games 2023 Scotts Head Main Beach Short St
Scotts Head NSW 2447
Australia
Scotts Head Paddle Games 2023 is the 13th year, the Newcastle SUP Club has ran the event for the past 4 years, we inherited the Games from the local organisers due to the games becoming too big to manage. We don't receive any corporate sponsorship to run the event and we attract approx 100 competitors from all over Australia who bring family and friends into the small coastal town in June for three days over the winter period which helps the local economy. We donate whatever we can to  Scotts Head Public School for their Water Safety Program called "Waves"
Moruya Skydivers Club Incorporated Eurobodalla Shire Council Facility Upgrade: Observation Deck and Shaded Training Mock Up Area Moruya Airport 77 Bruce Cameron Dr
Moruya NSW 2537
Australia
Moruya Skydivers Club are seeking funding to upgrade the current training facility located onsite at Skydive Oz, Moruya Airport. The upgrade will include an observation deck, shaded area and an accurate representation of aircraft (mock up) used for skydiving.

The observation deck and shaded area will provide a much needed inclusive space for club members and community groups to access and observe sport skydiving - improving participant retention and increasing public awareness of the sport.

The mock up will enable training of safe, realistic exit procedures to improve performance at grassroot and elite levels.
St George Randwick Hockey Club Incorporated Bayside Council Multi-Purpose Hockey Field Divider Pads St George Hockey Centre 96 Mutch Ave
Kyeemagh NSW 2216
Australia
The funds will be used to purchase Multi-Purpose Hockey Field Dividers pads, which will be used for hockey training and games (including junior games) to divide one full size pitch in half or quarters for small sided games. 

The dividers will improve the game playing enjoyment and training quality, particular for junior players with the field playing area clearly marked, with the ball being contained within the playing area, improving safety has the playing ball does not enter other playing areas.

Safely run smaller sized fields will allow the club to increase regular and on-going participation in hockey.
Ramsgate Rams Junior Australian Football Club Bayside Council Safety Netting at Tonbridge Street Reserve Tonbridge Street Reserve Tonbridge St
Ramsgate NSW 2217
Australia
To erect safety netting at southern and northern ends of the oval to stop footballs going onto the road. We have kids that regularly run onto the road to collect a ball while there is lots of traffic in the surrounding roads.
Wahroonga Netball Club Incorporated Ku-ring-gai Council Netball Coaching Worshop and Come and Try Day Canoon Road Netball Courts Canoon Rd
South Turramurra NSW 2074
Australia
The Club will run 2 workshops to support and train and develop our volunteer coaches - who are predominantly teenage girls.  With this money we would also like to use funds to host a Come and Try Day to boost registrations for the club, with the aim to keep girls in sport
Camden Athletics Club Camden Council Finish line camera installation Narellan Sports Hub Athletics Track Porrende St
Narellan NSW 2567
Australia
Camden Athletics Club has purchased a finish line camera for accurate timing of our athletes. The camera needs to be mounted under the awning on a new beam with a secure box, so that it has an uninterrupted view of the finish line for competitions. This allows us to also host senior events and gala days, as well as zone and regional Little Athletics and schools events. Ultimately it allows more people from the local community as well as state wide to be able to make use of the new athletics track and facilities.
Fairfield Bulls Football Club Inc. Fairfield City Council ASSYRIAN FOOTBALL CUP 2023 Nineveh Soccer Stadium 673 Smithfield Rd
Edensor Park NSW 2176
Australia
The event will be endorsed by local and state football governing bodies (Southern District Soccer Football Association and Football NSW) that will be held at Nineveh Stadium, in the month of October 2023.

The principal activity being sport, this event will also serve as a valuable social hub for the local community especially the newly arrived CALD refugees from Syria & Iraq.

12 teams will be particapating in the event, showcasing male and female football from our diverse local community in a festival type tournament which serves not only for athletic merit but to Increase participation/access for CALD community.
Cronulla Sutherland District Rugby Football League Referees Association Sutherland Shire Council Communications Gear Sutherland Oval 110 The Grand Pde
Sutherland NSW 2232
Australia
We would like to purchase on field communication gear to enable us to coach our referees to become better referees. These would be sued both at training and during the game.
TUMUT BOWLING AND RECREATION CLUB LTD Snowy Valleys Council Bowling Green Resurface Tumut Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd trading as Club Tumut 24-30 Richmond St
Tumut NSW 2720
Australia
After 40 years of play the Clubs grass Bowling green is now at an unsafe height in relation to the ditches, meaning it is now not meeting Bowls Australia's maximum height safety standards and is now a ongoing safety concern. Along with the ditch height safety the surface is in need of repair due to shading and the grass quality.
THE SHAMROCKS DUNDAS JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB INC City Of Parramatta Council Uniforms St Patricks  Marist College Dundas 171 Kirby St
Dundas NSW 2117
Australia
Grants will allow playing uniforms to be subsidised. Shamrocks aims to provide Jerseys, shorts and socks to all participants to keep at the end of the season. Providing uniforms gives participants and parents a sense of belonging to a community and encourages participants to gain healthy life habits.
Tathra Mountain Bike Club Bega Valley Shire Council Purchase of track maintenance equipment Bundadung MTB Tracks Thompson Dr
Tathra NSW 2550
Australia
This project is primarily to replace ageing petrol powered track maintenance equipment to encourage wider uptake of track maintenance tasks from new and existing club members on the Tathra mountain bike club tracks. Official maintenance days occur monthly to ensure tracks are cleared, groomed and accessible for club and non-club community riders alike.

Items include electric powered brush cutter, chainsaw and track blower with modern, easy to use battery-powered controls. Additional items also include new hand tools such as shovels, spades, rakes, mattocks and rakhos.
Tweed Dragons Inc Tweed Shire Council Sports Uniforms Birds Bay Gollan Dr
Tweed Heads West NSW 2485
Australia
Uniforms for all members and new participants to the sport
West Tamworth Sports and Bowling Club Tamworth Regional Council Purchase 12 sets of Coloured Lawn Bowls and Carry Slings West Tamworth Sports & Bowling Club Ltd 103B Belmore St
West Tamworth NSW 2340
Australia
The purchase of 12 sets of coloured lawn bowls and carry slings for the use of members and community when playing barefoot bowls at West Tamworth Sports and Bowling Club.

The new lawn bowls are more colourful, lightweight and user friendly than the standard black bowls creating a fun and inclusive experience for participants of all ages and abilities.

The carry slings labelled with the West Tamworth Sports and Bowling Club logo ensure the bowls sets stay together and are easily identified when being used by community.
Woodstock Swimming Pool Incorporated Cowra Shire Council Woodstock Swimming Pool Plumbing URGENT UPGRADE and Safety signs Woodstock Swimming Pool 2 Carrington St
Woodstock NSW 2793
Australia
We have had a huge increase in our water and electricity usage and consequently our water rates and our power bills in the last 12 months primarily due to leaking pipes and the pumps constantly turning on and off. It’s a loosing battle. We Need new pipes laid, concrete slabs laid then the pumps resituated and then the new sheds erected over the top. The sheds will allow easier access to the pumps and stop UV deterioration of the pipes. Funding for safety signs and advertising signs to give the pool a face lift and Safety Upgrade.
Hunter United Diving Academy Newcastle City Council Enhancing Opportunities for Springboard/Platform Diving in Hunter NSW Lambton Pool 102 Durham Rd
Lambton NSW 2299
Australia
HUDA's a grassroots Springboard/Platform Diving club &HunterNSW only supplier of diving for 30+years

Project’s pursuing financial support(USD$3000) to subsidise the cost of purchasing2 x'Poolside Flippers'

Poolside Flipper provides 3xnon-slip, stackable AirTracks, designed specifically for diving

it's highly versatile, creating up to 6 additional platforms;

6xWaterPlatforms

2xWaterPlatforms+2x40cmPlatforms

3xWaterPlatforms +60cmPlatform

2xwaterPlatform+40cmPlatform

1mPlatform+WaterPlatform

 

Providing additional stations is critical to support continued growth of Diving in HunterNSW, catering to significant memberships increases since 2018 & predict/anticipate future community Springboard/Platform needs

 

This project;

Improves awareness&accessibility of diving

Improves safety&quality of facilities

Improved participation outcomes through reduced barriers

Increased club quality, capability&capacity

Enhanced safety, coaching practices&performance
Alexandria Rovers JRLFC Inc Council Of The City Of Sydney Over 35 Masters Rugby League Gala Day Erskineville Oval Fox Ave
Erskineville NSW 2043
Australia
The event is to have men over 35 to come together and connect through football but also learn a little bit more about mental health and prostrate cancer, two things that men generally don't talk about with their mates
Manildra Amateur Swimming Club Cabonne Shire Council MSC Skills and Fun Manildra Swimming Pool Orange St
Manildra NSW 2865
Australia
We would like to give back to the youth of the community. Our club is run by volunteers and somewhat at a disadvantage due to its rural location. We would like to offer a fun day for the children that also involves learning or fine tuning their swimming skills.

Manildra Swimming Club is a dedicated team that offers an initiative swimming program, enabling development of children’s skills in and out of the pool. These skills allow members of Manildra Swimming Club to overcome any obstacles in life, live with passion and purpose and to reach the peak of their potential.
Riverstone Junior Rugby League Club Blacktown City Council Basil Andrew Sports Field Riverstone Park 17 Creek St
Riverstone NSW 2765
Australia
We do not have enough seating and pathways at the field, we have space that we would like to develop with Tiered seating/ grandstand for spectator viewing. The grass space is not suitable during winter as it is either wet, or the grass hasn't been cut with spectators often complaining about the conditions not been suitable. Joining up pathways and having the seating will make for a better experience and option to sit on tiered/ grandstand seating in the sun watching the sports played, will provide a much better experience for the community.
Wagga Kangaroos Junior Rugby League Football Club Wagga Wagga City Council Scoreboard Paramore Park, Wagga Wagga Copland St
East Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
Australia
The Club would like to purchase a portable electronic scoreboard to display at one of the three international fields in Wagga.  The facilities currently do not have any scoreboards displayed.  Parents and players are reliant on noting the score themselves, or the online application (when it is working and being used to score).
Armidale Pistol Club INC Armidale Regional Council Ladies Day Armidale Pistol Club Inc 58 Long Swamp Rd
Armidale NSW 2350
Australia
Armidale Pistol would like to hold 2 ladies days throughout the year to expand and promote the club to women and girls.
West Rutherford Telarah Netball Club Maitland City Council West Rutherford Telarah Netball Club Maitland Park 18 Gipps St
Maitland NSW 2320
Australia
West Rutherford Telarah Netball Club is located in the Hunter Valley and play at Maitland Park. It has approx. 30 teams ranging in age from 5 years to adults, with our oldest player being 60. Are our goal os to promote and support female players from low socio-economic areas, varying family situations, and backgrounds, to ensure Netball is available and financially achievable to promote sport as a social community engagement.
Armidale Rifle Club Inc Armidale Regional Council Armidale Rifle Club - Female Amenities Block Armidale Rifle Club Waterfall Way
Armidale NSW 2350
Australia
A female amenities block at Armidale Rifle Club - Wallamumbi Rifle Range
Killara Netball Club Ku-ring-gai Council Killara Netball Club Equipment/Uniforms Beaumont Rd Public School 17 Beaumont Rd
Killara NSW 2071
Australia
In the interest of both physical and mental health, we would like to include a netball tunic and winter fleece as part of every new membership to our club. We think this will encourage new players and help retain existing players to join up as this will not discriminate on the basis of financial hardship. A uniform helps members feel they belong and are part of our sporting community, and is compulsory to wear on game days.
Georges River Softball Association Canterbury-bankstown Council Georges River Softball Strategic Planning To Increase Female Participation Numbers Kelso North Complex Henry Lawson Dr
Milperra NSW 2214
Australia
The George’s River Softball Association and affiliated clubs have been experiencing declining participation numbers; we are down from 1800 members and 22 clubs to 244 members and only 4 clubs.  We are extremely passionate about our sport and determined to implement strategies to address this issue. Committee members are keen to engage in training delivered by industry professionals to identify the challenges and develop a Strategic Planning with a focus on increasing participation numbers, especially in women and girls’ teams. With finances being stretched for our priorities, we are seeking funding to enable us to participate in this planning workshop.
Cronulla Caringbah Sharks JRLFC Sutherland Shire Council Canteen Upgrade Cronulla High School Playing Fields 31 Bate Bay Rd
Greenhills Beach NSW 2230
Australia
Our club has been a pillar of the local community since 1952. We have been a very successful club and have recently grown to over 800 registered players, volunteers and others. We have been operating in the same canteen for close to 10 years and we have the same fridges, ovens and other items that we did 10 years ago We would like to upgrade our canteen and bring into the 2022 world with new fridges, ovens, microwaves, dishwashers and new cooking aids (deep fryer etc).
Central Coast Figure Skating Club Incorporated Central Coast Council Protective clothing to help Figure Skaters advance their skills Erina Ice Arena 620 Terrigal Dr
Erina NSW 2250
Australia
As figure skaters progress through skating divisions the risk of injury from falls on the ice increases, particularly at levels incorporating jumps and spins.  Being able to provide skaters with  crash shorts and protective headbands would reduce the barriers to participating in the sport in higher skating divisions and ensure a skater's progress does not stagnate.  Use of protective clothing would reduce the risk of physical injury as well as reducing mental barriers arising from fear of injury.
Helensburgh Off Road Cycle Club (HORCC) Wollongong City Council HORCC Wall Ride Rex Jackson Oval 46-48 Park Ave
Helensburgh NSW 2508
Australia
Construction of  a Mountain Bike Wall Ride to argument existing skills features at the HORCC track to Helensburgh to all skill development and progression for all riders.
Rankins Springs Dragons RLFC Carrathool Shire Council Size Inclusive Women's Rugby League Uniforms/Kits Rankins Springs Sport & Recreation Ground Park St
Rankins Springs NSW 2669
Australia
New size inclusive uniforms for our Women's Rugby League team. To promote and encourage women's rugby league for all sizes and body types by providing players free uniforms and kit bags. New size inclusive uniforms will provide comfort and flexibility, and a modesty tights option available, as well as each player receiving a gear/kit bag to unite and support the players as a team.
Dragon Sports Association (DSA) Incorporated City Of Canada Bay Council Installation of Boat Rack Storage Facility for Dragon Boats Uhrs Point Reserve Concord Rd
Rhodes NSW 2138
Australia
Our club wishes to upgrade current boat storage facilities by installing boat racks. Early in 2022, Canada Bay council, in partnership with TFNSW installed a new boat launching facility. Club boats are currently being stored adjacent to the launch ramp on the grass (turned upside down to minimise weather damage).  We need to address this storage measure by raising funds to install a purpose built boat rack.

Reducing the risk of theft and having safer, functional boats are paramount to continued investment in the future of our club and will facilitate use to serve membership across local communities.
Lake Macquarie Rowing Club Lake Macquarie City Council Lake Macquarie Rowing Club Womens Quad Scull Lake Macquarie Rowing Club First St
Booragul NSW 2284
Australia
The purchase of a second hand quad scull to enable the club to support the increase in female rowers and attract more female rowers into our programs.The club has a growing base of female members and members with disabilities. Our current boat fleet needs expanding so we can continue to support and expand females in our learn to row and accelerate rowing mentor programs.
Paterson Tennis Club Inc Dungog Shire Council Paterson Tennis Club - Replacing White Ant Damaged Clubhouse Cupboards Paterson Sportsground Reserve 39 Webbers Creek Rd
Paterson NSW 2421
Australia
Replacement of White Ant affected kitchen equipment with a stainless steel sink and benches
https://horcc.com.au/ Wollongong City Council Ladies and Girls Get on Your Bikes Rex Jackson Oval - HORCC Track 46-48 Park Ave
Helensburgh NSW 2508
Australia
Female specific mountain bike courses for beginner and intermediates. Getting more females riding more often and encouraging a higher female participation rate in our sport and club activities. The courses will be run in conjunction with RIDEAUS a professional mountain bike training organisation.
Coogee Netball Randwick City Council INCLUSIVE UNIFORMS Heffron Netball Courts Fitzgerald Ave
Maroubra NSW 2035
Australia
Develop and produce an alternative type of uniform for players who do not want to wear the current A line dress.  We would like to develop a singlet/shorts for our players who do not feel comfortable wearing the uniform but are still very keen to play netball.  This will not only include non-binary and males but also older female players who are unhappy with their body image.
Trangie Rugby League Football Cub Narromine Shire Council Getting the Trangie Magpies onto the field Alan Burns Oval Trangie NSW 2823 Goan St
Trangie NSW 2823
Australia
The aim of this project is to gain as much support for our players that are committing to another season 2023 with the Trangie Magpies. Our small club had to withdraw from the competition this past year due to players relcocating looking for work. Due to this we have to start the club over again. With floods, drought affecting our community these past few years we no longer have the support of our major sponsors that we once had.
Terrigal Avoca Australian Footballclub Incorporated Central Coast Council Electronic scoreboard upgrade Hylton Moore Oval 5 & 6 Coburg St
East Gosford NSW 2250
Australia
The projects seeks to facilitate the upgrade of the current manual scoreboard to an electronic scoreboard for Terrigal Avoca Australian Football Club (AFC) and the wider community.
Balmoral Triathlon Club Mosman Municipal Council Indoor Cycling Equipment Balmoral Beach The Esplanade
Mosman NSW 2088
Australia
Our club would like to provide targeted introductions to Triathlon, using indoor cycling as part of our new members promotional activities.   We will run introductory sessions at our club house on stationary trainers, leading up to the NSW Club championships in May. A second program will focus on the start of triathlon season, leading to our club race in October.  Many  prospective members find cycling on Sydney roads intimidating. Indoor trainers will provide an opportunity for less experienced riders to gain confidence on a bike in a safe and supportive environment.
Eastern Suburbs Dragon Boat Club Incorporated Woollahra Municipal Council Subsidy For Regatta Fees Rose Bay Scout Hall Vickery Ave
Rose Bay NSW 2029
Australia
Subsidy to support members active participation in dragon boat regattas, with the aim of increasing community and member participation in both the club and in competitive activities.
Manly Yacht Club Northern Beaches Council Junior Sailing Support Vessel North Harbour East Espl
Manly NSW 2095
Australia
The Junior sailing fleet, at all times, requires vessels for on water training and support.  The fleet size is limited by the number of support vessels available.
Minmi Wanderers Football Club Newcastle City Council Minmi Football Club Equipment Program Minmi Sports Complex 96 Woodford St
Minmi NSW 2287
Australia
Minmi Football Club is seeking assistance to provide equipment that provides volunteers, players and all participants with the best possible experience while assisting to increase participation overall.
Jindabyne Rugby Union Club Snowy Monaro Regional Council Jindabyne Sportsground - Installation of Multipurpose Sportsground Posts John Connors Oval Park Rd
Jindabyne NSW 2627
Australia
The Jindabyne community has seen a boom in its population along with increased participation numbers of girls and women in the local football, rugby union, and rugby league clubs.

This project will allow to upgrade and install multipurpose and multi-use posts on the secondary sports ground in Jindabyne for greater usage of the playing fields and to cater for more participation in organized sport and recreation in the community.

The JRUC identifies this project as a priority in order to expand its team sizes and participation in the sport.
Bathurst Giants Australian Rules Football Club Incorportated Bathurst Regional Council George Park 1 Access Footpath George Park 1, Bathurst Browning St
Bathurst NSW 2795
Australia
The George Park 1 Access Footpath will connect the amenity block to the ground, improving the access to ground for all players and officials.
Culcairn & District Pony Club Inc, Greater Hume Shire Council Culcairn & District Pony Club Inc - Fence Replacement Culcairn Sportsground Federal St
Culcairn NSW 2660
Australia
Replace the boundary fence surrounding the main riding area of the pony club grounds.
Kiama Junior Rugby League Incorporated The Council Of The Municipality Of Kiama Kiama Junior Rugby League - Portable BBQ Trailer Chittick Oval 2 Bong Bong St
Kiama NSW 2533
Australia
purchase of a bbq trailer for the use at our home ground (Chittick Oval), Gainsborough Oval (Thornett Way Kiama Downs) and for Come Try Days and Gala/Mini days also located at grounds within Kiama
Forster Tennis Club Inc. Mid-coast Council New tennis court fence sight screens/wind breaks Lake Street Sports Reserve 51 Lake St
Forster NSW 2428
Australia
Improve the playing conditions by selectively positioning sight screens/wind breaks along tennis court fences. There are 10 courts to be re-fenced early 2023. New sight screens/wind breaks will partially block adjacent car parks and adjacent courts and minimise wind flow across all courts exacerbated by the facility being 200 meters from the ocean.
Far North Coast Baseball Association Lismore City Council Coaching Development Program Albert Park Lismore Keen St
Lismore NSW 2480
Australia
Developing coaches to meet minimum and above coaching accreditation as well as invest in coaching fund for traveling teams. Most FNC Baseball coaches accreditation has expired, Baseball Australia has moved to a new accreditation program based on US model. FNC Baseball require all coaches to meet new accreditation/certification requirements. Funding will also assist with Coaching Fund for coaches traveling with representative teams.
Southern Highlands Croquet Club Wingecarribee Shire Council CROQUET - Come And Play EXETER PARK 8 Exeter Rd
Exeter NSW 2579
Australia
SHCC plans a major branding and promotional campaign to bring more of the local community onto the croquet courts, participating in this low impact but competitive sport.  The club has very high quality croquet courts at Exeter which can support many more players. Playing times can be very flexible and adaptable to work hours and other commitments.

The emphasis in the project is to attract a slightly younger demographic through digital media and consistent branding, while providing strongly branded print materials to support personal contacts with individuals and groups (retirement villages, service clubs).
St George Dragons JRLFC Canterbury-bankstown Council St George Dragons JRLFC New Uniform Program Clemton Park 60B Moorefields Rd
Kingsgrove NSW 2208
Australia
Purchase of uniforms for the 2023 season to allow free registration for players
Katoomba Rifle Club Blue Mountains City Council Range Accessibility KRC Leura Rifle Range Great Western Hwy
Leura NSW 2780
Australia
Rebuild the range fairway for accessibility while also increasing range fairway condition and safety.  It is currently not conducive to occupation and we have issues with access and fit for our aged membership.  Furthermore, it requires update for compliance and increase safety.
Gulgong and District Campdraft Association Mid-western Regional Council Upgrade to the Gulgong Campdrafting Grounds Gulgong Showground Gulgong Showgrounds
Gulgong NSW 2852
Australia
Purchasing sand to improve the ground of the arena. Increasing the height of the arena fencing to comply with the ABCRA campdrafting rules.

At the Gulgong Showground.

Works will be undertaken by committee and club members. All meterial will be purchased from local businesses in Gulgong or Mudgee.
Roselands Raptors Soccer Football Club Incorp Canterbury-bankstown Council All Abilities Razor Sharp Raptors Program Bennett Park Karne St
Roselands NSW 2196
Australia
To run a program that is open to people/children with disabilities or additional needs that find it a challenge to play mainstream football
Sutherland Shire Junior Cricket Association Sutherland Shire Council Branded Shade Gazebos for Rep Teams and Gala Days Glenn McGrath Oval 194 Willarong Rd
Caringbah NSW 2229
Australia
Sun Shelter is always in short supply at sporting ovals. We need to supply shelter for teams and scorers from the sun to become a sun-safe organisation and to help players escape the heat of Summer. This shows that we take the health of our players seriously. Having branded shelters will be a great way to publicise the Association at Try Cricket Days, Gala Days or at other events where it is essential to be recognisable and be able to promote the Association at non-cricket events.
Newcastle Ultimate Incorporated Newcastle City Council Armstrong Park Disc Golf Course Armstrong Park Armstrong St
Lambton NSW 2299
Australia
Armstrong Park is adjacent to Lambton Public School and is currently under-used as a recreation facility. With construction starting on the inner city bypass at Jesmond Park, the existing disc golf course will be impacted until at least 2025. We have approval and support from both Newcastle Council and Lambton School to establish a new course at Armstrong park. The work would involve relocating some of the disc golf targets (baskets) from Jesmond Park and the purchase and installation of additional baskets and signage with a course map and tee signs.
Hornsby Gymnastics Incorporated The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby New Hornsby RSL Gymnastics promotional banners to increase community participation Hornsby RSL Gymnastics Ashley Ln
Hornsby NSW 2077
Australia
New Hornsby RSL Gymnastics promotional banners will increase our exposure in the local community and increase the gymnastics membership base in Hornsby and surrounding suburbs.
Hornsby Gymnastics Incorporated The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Purchase of New Training Equipment Hornsby RSL Gymnastics Ashley Ln
Hornsby NSW 2077
Australia
Purchase of two crashmats (super soft-landing mats) and two boxes to replace worn out equipment. This new equipment can be used by all recreational and competitive programs as a super soft-landing surface for learning new skills.
Bungendore Riding Club Queanbeyan-palerang Regional Council Come And Try Pilates And Biomechanics Exercises For Equestrians Bungendore Showgrounds Mathews Ln
Bungendore NSW 2621
Australia
Bungendore Riding Club wishes to hold some Pilates and Biomechanics sessions. The sessions will be held at our Club grounds at the Bungendore Showgrounds under cover. The aim is to educate our horse riding members about the benefits of Pilates and Biomechanics for improving their functionality, core stability, mobility, balance and body mindfulness. The sessions should provide members with tools to better manage their physical functionality and wellbeing. Many people suffer from varying degrees of pain in day to day life as well as while horse riding. These exercises are aimed at improving core strength and maintaining a healthy body.
Mountain Archers Inc Blue Mountains City Council Community Program Equipment Proposal Browntown Oval Mount Victoria Great Western Hwy
Mount Victoria NSW 2786
Australia
The Club tries to keep 10-15 sets of archery equipment for beginners' groups, Come and Try Sessions and to loan to members of the community who are saving to be able to purchase their own gear after completion of a Course. A set comprises 1 x Bow (Right and Left handed, Adult and Child, various pull weights for different strengths) 6 x arrows (various sizes) 1 x arm guard, 1 x fingers glove, 1 x arrow puller.
Helensburgh Soccer Club Wollongong City Council Junior Skills Clinics Rex Jackson Oval, Helensburgh, NSW (Heathcote Electorate) Waratah St
Helensburgh NSW 2508
Australia
The Helensburgh Junior Soccer Club had a very successful eight week skills clinic for the Under 8 & 9 ages groups this year. 50 boys and girls undertook skills training exercises with professional coaches and players from the Helensburgh Senior Soccer Club. We are looking to expand these skill clinics to the Under 10 & Under 11 age groups.

The grant funding will help pay for the equipment to run the clinics. The venue hire, lighting, coaching and organising will be covered by the club.
St George Football Association Incorporated trading as Football St George Georges River Council Junior Girls Representative Program - Gear and Equipment Peakhurst Park No.5 Trafalgar St
Peakhurst NSW 2210
Australia
Our girls representative program offers a development opportunity and outcome that will increase the skill level of girls entering the talented player pathway competitions. This project covers the associated costs for gear and equipment of four representative teams. The Football St George program supports the NSW Women’s Clubs and Associations in providing best practice environments. This Part Time representative program provides 1 additional training session on top of their local club training session. Players selected, play for their local team on a Sunday and then play for Football St George on a Saturday fortnightly against other Girls representative programs.
Eastlakes Athletics Centre Inc Lake Macquarie City Council Eastlakes Marquee and Sun Shelter Baxter Field 28 Swan St
Marks Point NSW 2280
Australia
Purchase of a large sun shelter for our athletes. We have strongly promoted athletics, particularly for young ladies, in the last 12 months and pleased to say we have doubled the number of our female participants. With twice as many athletes, we need a large sun shelter to shade our children through the summer months.
Marayong FC Blacktown City Council Marayong FC Marquees Harvey Park, Benalla Crescent Marayong 2148 Benalla Cres
Marayong NSW 2148
Australia
Provide shelter for our members in the way of Marquees during game days and gala days.  This would cover off both sections of the fields for seniors and juniors.
Yass Minor Rugby League Incorporated Yass Valley Council YMRL Female Teams Equipment Request Walker Park 71 Merriman Dr
Yass NSW 2582
Australia
A request to provide new and upgraded equipment in order to increase female participation and address barriers female members have in the participation of tackle Rugby League. In 2023, Yass Minor Rugby League hopes to have 5 all female teams which will include our first under 13s tackle team and 4 league tag teams.
Dubbo Dirt Bike Club Dubbo Regional Council Safety/Compliance Upgrade To Motocross Track Dubbo Dirt Bike Club Morris Park Motorsports Facility Obley Rd
Dubbo NSW 2830
Australia
Safety and compliance upgrade to the track markers on the motocross track for Dubbo Dirt Bike Club located at the Morris Park Motorsports Complex
Campsie South Bowling & Recreation Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Locker Room and Accessible Toilet Repairs Campsie South Bowling Club 38 Jarrett St
Clemton Park NSW 2206
Australia
We look to refurbish Campsie South Bowling Club's locker room and accessible toilet. There is currently no ventilation in these areas. Due to the significant amounts of rain that we have had over the past year, the walls and ceilings of these areas have become covered with mould. It is an extreme health hazard and unappealing for members using these facilities, and unsightly for visitors. The Club would like to ventilate, treat, and paint the locker room and accessible toilet to rid the area of mould and prevent future mould growth for the health and safety of members and visitors.
World Shotokanryu Karate Federation incorporated Canterbury-bankstown Council upgrade sporting facility for community WORLD SHOTOKANRYU KARATE FEDERATION 1/49 Raymond St
Bankstown NSW 2200
Australia
We are a Dojo in Bankstown,

Our Sport facility specializes in karate for active kids and disability participants we have helped the community families  in Bankstown to run  activities in sport , karate  and more,

we Require to repair our karate dojo please see attached quote.
THE ENTRANCE BATEAU BAY AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CLUB INCORPORATED Central Coast Council Removable Weather Curtains For Bateau Bay AFL Player Shelters Bateau Bay Oval, Passage Rd
Bateau Bay NSW 2261
Australia
Purchase of removable canvas/clear plastic curtains for our 3 existing Players and Scorers Shelters at Bateau Bay Oval, Passage Rd, Bateau Bay. We often experience inclement weather during our Winter AFL season and our existing shelters become unusable with rain and wind penetrating the shelters. We try to use flimsy tarpaulins but our players and Scorers end up having to sit in the wet and cold during poor winter conditions. Having removable shelter curtains on 3 sides will allow the shelters to be used in all weather conditions. We use our Shelters for both Junior and Senior Football.
St Christophers Cricket Club Panania Canterbury-bankstown Council Temporary Shelters (Marquees) Amour Park 104 Marco Ave
Revesby NSW 2212
Australia
Purchase of two portable marquees to provide shade for players and supporters on sidelines of games.
Boomerang Beach Boardriders Mid-coast Council Boomerang Beach Boardriders Technology Upgrade Boomerang Beach Boomerang Dr
Boomerang Beach NSW 2428
Australia
Boomerang Beach Boardriders would like to upgrade our scoring and points tallying system to a digital platform to become more ecologically friendly and to assist in smoother operations of our competitions days.
Wingham Tennis Club Mid-coast Council Supersopper Replacement Wingham tennis complex - Bungay Rd, Wingham Bungay Rd
Wingham NSW 2429
Australia
Wingham tennis have a small Supersopper which is worn out and not of a size to suit the 6 courts.  The item was used regularly to enable play to commence soon after rain events.  Having the item available has meant many events have been able to proceed and or continue.  A larger unit is proposed to maximise court availability.
Southern Districts Softball Association Incorporated Liverpool City Council Recruitment Drive Jacquie Osmond Softball Park Station St
Warwick Farm NSW 2170
Australia
SDSA is looking at ways to recruit new members through extensive advertising, equipment purchases for new players.  With the local community being impacted by increasing living costs in an already socio-economic struggling community, SDSA is hoping to encourage new players by reducing the start up costs of playing.  By providing softball gloves for new junior players, this will alleviate some of the financial burden to families.

With increased promotion in the local area such as schools, mailbox drops, general advertising, recruitment drives etc, this will increase awareness of Softball and Teeball in the local area.
Hunter Simba F.C. Incorporated Newcastle City Council Hunter Simba FC website redesign TAFE Oval no.2 266 Maitland Rd
Tighes Hill NSW 2297
Australia
Since the the formation of the club in the early 2010s along with the creation of the current website layout, the website has not undergone a structural update to keep the look and feel current. As a committee we feel that in this day and age a well presented and easy to navigate website speaks volumes about a club and is a mechanism by which new players and volunteers first get to interact with the club. As a committee we are seeking financial assistance to help us update the aging website.
Bowral Cricket Club Wingecarribee Shire Council Bowral Cricket Club Women's equipment: bats, marquee - away games Stephens Park 12 Derby St
Bowral NSW 2576
Australia
The club has identified a need within the Women's team. Many players are reluctant to purchase their own bats due to the expense and the limited season. It would be beneficial to have a selection of bats suitable for the women, particularly those who are only playing in the Women's team. We envisage the number would be six at approximately $200 each and the marquee at $1,000.
St Patricks Sports Club Sutherland Shire Council Supporting Girls into Baseball Waratah Oval Rawson Ave
Sutherland NSW 2232
Australia
St Pats Baseball Club alongside other organisations has noticed the gap in girls taking up the sport and then staying to enjoy the sport later in life. St Pats is a family-orientated club with strong community roots and has worked to build connections with local youth services. We intend to address barriers to girls playing baseball by managing the costs which prevent them from playing. We intend to offer equipment alongside supported training programs to increase capacity and build young baseball stars for the future.
Helensburgh and District Little Athletics Wollongong City Council Long jump runway replacement Rex Jackson Oval 4 Walker St
Helensburgh NSW 2508
Australia
Replacement of Helensburgh Little Athletics 2 x long jump runway surfaces on our athletics field due to damage and wear as they have become a safety issue for our athletes.
Gosford District Rifle Club Central Coast Council Repairs to Range Road and Carpark Kariong Regional Shooting Complex Rifle Range Firetrail
Kariong NSW 2250
Australia
Repairs to the Range Road and Carpark are required due to wash-outs caused by the recent prolonged rainfall. The gravel road is the main access to all the firing points on the range. It was not in the best of condition prior to the rain damage and required constant minor maintenance within our limited resources. The road condition now makes it difficult for our members to safely access all firing points on the range, as many of them have street vehicles. To be made safe and useable, the road and carpark require re-sheeting with suitable roadbase material.
Macarthur Football Association Inc. Campbelltown City Council Lynwood Stadium Improvement Work - Pathway Lynwood Stadium Rangers Rd
St Helens Park NSW 2560
Australia
The Macarthur Football Association wishes to install a concrete pathway at Lynwood Stadium, St Helens Park, connecting the main entry to the Grandstand seating area, improving access to spectator areas for more people. The Grandstand is located approximately 200m from the main entry and can only be accessed by walking along a sloped, dirt track. The area is particularly dangerous when wet, effectively preventing access to the main sheltered seating area at the complex.
Narellan Jets Rugby League Football Club inc Camden Council Narellan Jets Inclusion program Narellan Sports Hub 6 Porrende St
Narellan NSW 2567
Australia
Our club aims to promote inclusion at all levels of our football club and increase participation across all teams.

Its started with our new board appointing for the first time 2 indigenous members and 3 women to the board. But we need assistance across the community with our goal to grow & improve participation of women and indigenous people in our football club, whilst building on our culture with values of inclusion, fun, fairness and diversity.

A club is more than just players and we want to provide opportunities for community members to join as players, helpers or supporters.
TORONTO CROQUET CLUB INC Lake Macquarie City Council Establishment of Mallet Sports Complex Bill Bower Oval(Booth park) Frederick St
Glendale NSW 2285
Australia
Lake Macquarie City Council is about to commence construction of a Croquet Complex at Glendale, Toronto Croquet Club is the preferred user for the complex and will enable all styles of mallet sports to be played, i.e. Association Croquet, Golf Croquet, Ricochet and Gateball. The club building needs to be furnished and the lawns require scoring facilities.
Diamond Bay Bowling Club Ltd Waverley Council Community-based lawn bowls Diamond Bay Bowling Club 709 Old South Head Rd
Vaucluse NSW 2030
Australia
Social bowling ("barefoot bowling") has become increasingly popular at Diamond Bay for people of all ages.  The Club has created a dedicated community space and provides all required equipment and instruction free of charge.  Currently the Club has a limited supply of dedicated equipment (lawn bowls) and very limited storage space.  This project will provide the necessary additional required bowls, safe outside storage boxes, and equipment to maintain the area where participants relax before and after bowling.
Condell Park FC Canterbury-bankstown Council 2023 Club Registration Incentive Boost Kinch Reserve Third Ave
Condell Park NSW 2200
Australia
To build the current registration base at Condell Park FC due to 2 Years of reduced season due to COVID and then in 2022 our home fields were taken out for the whole season due to flooding and not able to raise any internal revenue for players. These past 3 seasons have severely affected a foundation club of Bankstown and we would like to rebuild our numbers for local community.
Winter Weakies Swimming Club Randwick City Council Mothers Day Interclub Swim Meet Des Renford Leisure Centre Robey St
Maroubra NSW 2035
Australia
Hold an interclub Mothers Day Swimming Carnival in May 2023 to promote and encourage women and families to participate together in sport focusing on participation for all abilities and ages.

Ø Promote participation in sport and physical activity
Ø Provide focal point community building and engagement

Ø Raise awareness of our club, increase membership and awareness of the benefits of swimming

Ø Improve club community presence and communication with its members

  Promote exercise during the winter months
Hornsby District Little Athletics The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Junior Coach Development and Training Program Pennant Hills Park Britannia St
Pennant Hills NSW 2120
Australia
Little Athletics is a uniquely Australian modified athletics program for children from 3 to 16 years. There is a wide range of events from running, jumping, throwing and walking and events are modified to suit the age, developmental stage and ability of the children. One of the club's key objectives for 2022/23 is to identify and develop a group of young volunteer coaches that can assist in supporting the growing need for basic skills training and overall community experience by supporting weekly participation of our kids and for this the club requires the appropriate equipment
Far North Coast Hockey Incorporated Lismore City Council Umpire Development Program Hepburn Park, Goonellabah, NSW 202 Oliver Ave
Goonellabah NSW 2480
Australia
FNC Hockey wishes to offer umpire training to 40 of its members (ages 12 and up) in 2023. This program would entail covering the costs of Level One Umpire Training, run by Hockey Australia, costs associated with having expert umpire trainers coming to teach and subsidised equipment costs for umpires.

Level One training program involving an online learning session, an applied learning quiz, a 1 day practical course and a practical evaluation. We will also set up an Umpire Buddy Program for our new and younger umpires, especially girls, and run the "Whistle Warrior" umpire program for our youngest members.
Forster Tuncurry Junior Rugby League Football Club Mid-coast Council Forster Tuncurry Junior Hawks: Girls Tackle Teams Need Appropriate Uniforms! Harry Elliott Oval - North Tuncurry Sporting Complex Beach St
Tuncurry NSW 2428
Australia
Forster Tuncurry Junior Rugby League Football Club (FT Junior Hawks) aim to encourage participation in rugby league for all. Our club is leading the promotion for the girls tackle competition within Group 3 Junior Rugby League. In 2022, FT Junior Hawks fielded 2 girls tackle teams - this will grow in 2023. The Local Sport Grant will allow FT Junior Hawks to purchase appropriate female uniforms for all girls tackle teams. Appropriate female uniforms will ensure girls are supported to be confident and perform their best, removing barriers and increasing participation in rugby league.
Newcastle Hunter Dragon Boat Newcastle City Council Provision of Lightweight Adjustable Dragon Boat Paddles Carrington Foreshore, Tully Street, Carrington 34 Tully St
Carrington NSW 2294
Australia
The purchase of lightweight adjustable dragon boat paddles for use by members and first timers along with high school students participating through the Dracademy initiative, all 'having a go' at dragon paddling as a possible sport, would be of great benefit .Lightweight paddles are easier to use and by being adjustable they can be utilised by paddlers of all heights and arm reach. The availability of these would allow for possible new members to experience the sport with quality equipment, whilst also ensuring our own members have access to equipment that they may not otherwise have due to financial costs.
Rogue Women's Ultimate Club Canterbury-bankstown Council Rogue Women's Ultimate Club Program Waterworth Park Bayview Ave
Earlwood NSW 2206
Australia
Rogue Women's Ultimate Club will address barriers to participating in women's ultimate by reducing the cost of participation.

Rogue Women's Ultimate Club is a small women's sporting club based in Earlwood. We train and compete during the summer sports season culminating in participation at the Australian Ultimate Championships.

Through this programs, we aim to address barriers to participation in women's ultimate.
EASTWOOD RYDE NETBALL ASSOCIATION Ryde City Council Umpire Devekopment Program Meadowbank Park Netball Centre Adelaide St
West Ryde NSW 2114
Australia
New and existing Club Umpires to be developed and coached and updated.
Hurstville Zagreb FC Georges River Council Increase CALD Participation in Soccer Through Equipment Subsidy Carss Bush Park Carwar Ave
Carss Park NSW 2221
Australia
The project involves purchasing new and much-needed equipment to help lower participation costs among new and existing participants of Hurstville ZFC, many of which are comprised of CALD community members e.g. Croats, Maltese, Italians, Greeks, Spanish, etc. We will also use the grant funding to establish a centralised sports messaging platform that we can use to more effectively communicate with players and coaches, enabling us to engage more with community members, thereby assisting in increased and continued participation.
Hurstville Zagreb FC Georges River Council Coaching Clinics For Hurstville ZFC Coaches To Increase Junior Participation Carss Bush Park Carwar Ave
Carss Park NSW 2221
Australia
We would like to request the help of this grant to assist us in funding 12 of our coaches to undertake the Level 2: Skills Training Certificate and Level 3: Game Training Certificate to enhance their coaching capabilities on an Association level. We will engage Football St. George Coaching to deliver the training as they come highly recommended. Please refer to https://footballstgeorge.com.au/ for information on them.
Sydney Chinese Drum Art Troupe incorporated Burwood Council Fitness and recreation for aged people and spacial children service. Burwood Woodstock Community Centre outside and Burwood Park Community Centre outside. 22 Church St
Burwood NSW 2134
Australia
Organizing and Participating in Fitness Activities. inclusing Elderly light Volleyball, Taiji, Dumbbell exercise, and develop intellectual fitness dance for Special children. Enriching their culturallife.
Glenwood Redbacks Soccer Club Blacktown City Council Miniroos Cooperative Training Program Forman Reserve Forman Ave
Glenwood NSW 2768
Australia
Professional externally run program designed to train both the coaches and players in our miniroos football program for our U5 to U8 age group, both male and female. Program runs through the full winter soccer season.
Umina Bunnies Junior Rugby League Football Club Central Coast Council Upgrade Of The Club Webpage And Communication Channels Col Gooley Oval Umina Melbourne Ave
Umina Beach NSW 2257
Australia
This project will upgrade the website and integrate Registrations, Communications ( both internally for the committee, coaches and volunteers and outward to the local community of players, families and spectators), Merchandise and Records keeping.  It will represent our local indigenous community along with representing the female participants within the club.  The integration of the communication and social media channels will support the drive to increase participation reaching a broader set of the community.  We aim to increase player numbers from 189 to 400 in 3 years and tripling our female teams from 2 to 6.
St Ives Junior Rugby Club Inc Ku-ring-gai Council Saints Coach Development Program Hassell Park, St Ives 352 Mona Vale Rd
St Ives NSW 2075
Australia
Practical program to develop skills of our parent volunteer coaches. A coaching training service provider will attend our club training sessions to run coach-the-coaches sessions with each age group. We will target more female volunteers in 2023 and will market this internally to our member's parents/carers.

Sessions will provide practical assistance/advice in a live coaching environment. Younger age-groups will have 2 professional coaches to help to provide hands-on upskilling for the coaches of our youngest players. Older age groups will run through a station at training for teams to rotate through for more advanced technical skills and drills.
MANNING VALLEY DRESSAGE & HACKING CLUB INC (MVDHC) Mid-coast Council Digitised Live Score dressage system: Purchase of 8 Samsung tablets Taree Showgrounds 24 Muldoon St
Taree NSW 2430
Australia
MVDHC brings together equestrians, male and female of all ages from diverse backgrounds. Our membership numbers are growing rapidly, as well as our members’ commitment to the sport.

In 2020 Equestrian Australia introduced live scoring of competitions via Nominate Scoreboard, a digital scoring portal for dressage competitions. The LiveScore system digitises the entire process by allowing pencillers to enter scores and comments directly on to a tablet, removing the need for paper, runners and back-office scorers.

MVDHC seeks funding to purchase eight Samsung Galaxy S6 tablets to digitise our scoring process in line with current standards and best practice.
Nepean Aquatic Centre Swim Club Penrith City Council Nepean Aquatic Centre Swim Club Short Course Swim Meet 2023 Nepean Aquatic Centre 16-19 Lambridge Pl
Penrith NSW 2750
Australia
Nepean Aquatic Centre Swim Club (NACSC) will organise and host one of the first short course swim meets of the short course swimming season. This will be held at Sydney Olympic Park Swimming Centre on the 27th May 2023. This meet will be targeted at swimmers of all ages as well as multi class swimmers. Swimmers from other swimming clubs will be invited to compete against swimmers from NACSC and the event will be held at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, giving swimmers the opportunity to compete at what is considered a state of the art facility.
West Wyalong Amateur Swimming Club Bland Shire Council Starting Blocks Holland Park Pool Kurrajong St
West Wyalong NSW 2671
Australia
Upgrade of existing, outdated starting blocks at Holland Park Pool. The blocks that are currently there are over 10 years old. Blocks are used by numerous groups over the season

- West Wyalong Amateur Swimming Club (Tuesdays)

- 8 local Schools for their annual swimming carnivals

- Southern Inland Swimming Association regional and area Carnivals, that the West Wyalong Swimming Association hosts, once a year

- Squad swimmers each morning and afternoon.

Majority of swimmers attend Regional & State Carnivals. To train and compete at events,  in accordance with Swimming NSW regulations, our starting blocks need to be upgraded.
Oatley RSL Netball Club Georges River Council Junior Club Training Clinics Jubilee Park, Mortdale George St
Mortdale NSW 2223
Australia
Oatley RSL Netball Club proposes to engage high quality training providers to run clinics at our club training grounds for existing and new junior players.
Windsor Bowling Club Co-Operative Hawkesbury City Council Renovation of Bowling Green George Street, Windsor 300 George St
Windsor NSW 2756
Australia
Renovation of lawn bowling green. Taking old grass off the bowling green and replacing with new growth of grass.
Cambridge park football club Penrith City Council Grand Stands & Concrete Allsopp oval Oxford St
Cambridge Park NSW 2747
Australia
We would like to install grandstands at our field and have concrete installed in front of our canteen where there is too much mud around and makes it hard for the kids to walk to the sheds and canteen when its wet and been raining.
White City Soccer Club Inc Fairfield City Council White City Soccer Committee Training Strategic Planning To Increase Participation 227-237 St Johns Road, Canley Heights NSW 2166 St Johns Rd
Cabramatta West NSW 2166
Australia
NSW has the most registered soccer players in the country. White City Soccer Club (WCSC) was established by the Serbian Australian community in 1982. From its inception, WCSC had its focus on grass roots and junior soccer where we have had many successes over the years. In 2022, the club celebrated its 40th anniversary. In the upcoming season, we have big plans with new young, energetic committee and our partnership with Susak Football Academy.  We are keen to increase participation, especially amongst females. To do this, we need professional guidance for future planning and to develop a Strategic Plan.
Lake Macquarie Dolphins Water Polo Club Inc. Lake Macquarie City Council Lake Macquarie Dolphins Water Polo Speers Point Pool Enhancement Speers Point Swim Centre 20 Park Rd
Speers Point NSW 2284
Australia
Lake Macquarie Dolphins Water Polo Club seek to enhance the current water polo program at Speers Point Swim Centre which includes our mixed Flippaball program (u10s), and training and games for mixed, boys and girls, men and womens teams from u12s through to our senior A,B and C grades. The target catchment area for the expanded water polo is western and northern suburbs of Lake Macquarie, as well as eastern suburbs as far south as Valentine area. To set up the pool for training and games we require new goals, goal lines and safety nets.
Mannering Park Amateur Sailing Club Inc Central Coast Council MPASC Volunteer Training and Certification Mannering Park Amateur Sailing Club 27 Grace St
Mannering Park NSW 2259
Australia
MPASC has an amazing team of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers.

Our volunteers undertake numerous committee position and casual roles within our club, purely with the purpose of providing a service and sporting activities to the members of our community.

These volunteers give up their time to ensure our sailing club, volunteer run regattas and sailing programs are well run and maintained, within a safe, professional and fun environment.

Our members hold a range of professional accredited qualifications and licenses that are required to be regularly updated and renewed and this application is to support these members with those ongoing costs.
RAYMOND TERRACE BOWLING CLUB Port Stephens Council Replacement Of Sand And Pegs On Synthetic Greens RAYMOND TERRACE BOWLING CLUB 2 Jacaranda Ave
Raymond Terrace NSW 2324
Australia
We are looking at replacing the sand in the ditches and pegs around both synthetic greens. The sand is old and has been contaminated over time with items such as rocks, shells, paint flecks and other foreign items. The pegs that are currently around the green are also old and becoming a hazard to bowlers.
North Sydney Junior Baseball Association Willoughby City Council Come and Try Baseball Community Events Flat Rock Baseball Diamond Small St
Willoughby NSW 2068
Australia
This project will comprise multiple dates and venues for boys and girls in the community to Come and Try Baseball at North Sydney Junior Baseball Club, prior to the beginning of the summer competition.
Bathurst Hockey Association Inc. Bathurst Regional Council Bathurst Hockey Association Inc. - Heating and Air Conditioning Cooke Complex, Kelso NSW 2795 Lions Club Dr
Kelso NSW 2795
Australia
Bathurst Hockey Association Inc. will conduct an  upgrade of hockey complex at Kelso NSW 2795 to install reverse cycle air-conditioning. This will minimise energy consumption costs and make the space more family friendly by providing an area that children and families can use to stay out of the weather.
Seaforth Bowling Club Ltd Northern Beaches Council Community Parking & Maintenance of Property 39 Kirkwood Street, Seaforth 2092 39 Kirkwood St
Seaforth NSW 2092
Australia
Purchase a ride-on lawnmower, lawnmower, backpack blower and mulch plug for the essential maintenance and upkeep of the community carpark and bowling club surrounds to ensure easy access for all participants especially those attending with disabilities and general mobility issues.
North Sydney Junior Baseball Association Willoughby City Council Training equipment for pitcher specific development Flat Rock Baseball Diamond Small St
Willoughby NSW 2068
Australia
This project will purchase necessary training aids for the development of junior baseball pitchers. There is extremely limited availability of pitcher development accessories available in Australia, as such this project seeks to purchase these items from the USA.

The items to be purchased include the 'King of the hill', a premade portable pitching mound, and a pitching sled.
STRATHFIELD JUNIOR SOCCER CLUB INC Strathfield Municipal Council Growing Female Football in the Strathfield Community Strathfield Park Chalmers Rd
Strathfield NSW 2135
Australia
We are currently looking at trying to subsidise the cost of registration for women to play football in our community. This would be limited to those that are NOT eligible to the active kids vouchers.
ROCKDALE SENIORS BASKETBALL CLUB INCORPORATED Bayside Council Rockdale Seniors Basketball Club Program PCYC Rockadale 9 Ador Ave
Rockdale NSW 2216
Australia
To increase regular and on-going sporting activities for seniors from Culturally and Linguistically diverse community.
Killarney Vale Australian Football Club Inc Central Coast Council Safety Protection Fencing Adelaide St Oval 1C Adelaide St
Killarney Vale NSW 2261
Australia
At the southern end of Adelaide St Oval there is no protection fencing behind the goals. During games the ball will often be kicked into neighbouring housing, the ground car park or onto the road. There is also safety concern for people particularly children who come and leave the venue via a path which runs directly behind the goals.

This grant will allow the club to erect posts and netting behind the goal which will improve the safety for all but will also assist as we will no longer need to retrieve balls from under cars or from neighbouring properties.
Blacktown Pony Club Incorporated Blacktown City Council Blacktown Pony Club Upgrade Of Show Jumping Equipment Project Shanes Park Reserve Whites Rd
Shanes Park NSW 2747
Australia
Blacktown Pony Club, located in Shanes Park in the the rural outskirts of Blacktown LGA, are a dedicated family orientated club who have been teaching riders of all ages and abilities of the Blacktown and surrounding community for well over 50 years. We are applying for this grant to purchase new Show Jumping equipment for our Pony Club. Our current equipment is old, in poor condition, outdated, unsafe and extremely heavy. By providing safe and modern equipment we would encourage new membership, have very excited existing members, and allow our club to host larger and greater events.
North Epping Bowling and Community Club Ltd The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Reconstruction of Collapsed Embankment North Epping Bowling and Community Club Ltd 132 Boundary Rd
North Epping NSW 2121
Australia
During torrential rain, following the collapse of an embankment adjacent to one of our bowling greens, it is necessary to reconstruct the embankment and a secure retaining wall. The embankment failure is approximately 15 metres long and 6 metres high, and is immediately adjacent to one of the bowling greens on Boundary Road at North Epping. Large rocks, vegetation and other debris collapsed onto the footpath below the green.
Harden-Murrumburrah Rugby League Football Club Hilltops Council Harden Hawks Football Club McLean Oval Harden East St
Harden NSW 2587
Australia
essential equipment, training and playing gear for 2023 season requirements
Murwillumbah Rowing Club Inc. Tweed Shire Council Purchase "Concept 2 Exercise Bikes", Gym Mats, weight rack Murwillumbah Rowing Club 33 Tumbulgum Rd
Murwillumbah NSW 2484
Australia
Recent Floods and rains have destroyed banks of river to launch rowing boats and members have been limited to indoor gym activities at club and equipment is at present very limited. It has also limited the "learn to row programs" for local community and new members. We currently only have one exercise bike for over 50 members and new technology exercise bikes will greatly enhance opportunities for members fitness and interactivity. The gym mats are also essential for anti slip, absorbing impact and overall safety for members. The rack is essential to store existing weights.
CAMPBELLTOWN DISTRICT FIELD ARCHERS INCORPORATED Wollondilly Shire Council Equipment Purchase CAMPBELLTOWN DISTRICT FIELD ARCHERS 30 Mount Hercules Rd
Razorback NSW 2571
Australia
Club will be holding Branch Titles September 2023.

Assist purchase additional targets for the club to conduct Branch Titles a 2 day completition.
Lismore City Archers Inc Lismore City Council Field Target Butts Arthur Park 2 Bouyon St
North Lismore NSW 2480
Australia
Funding would be used to replace the field target butts, washed away in the 2022 floods and will enable  us to run State and National titles at our Archery field in Lismore.
Wallsend District Cricket Club Newcastle City Council Wallsend DCC Frogbox Streaming Software and Training Equipment Wallsend Park Brooks St
Wallsend NSW 2287
Australia
Frogbox streaming equipment allows matches to be filmed and broadcast live online. This allows family and friends to watch matches remotely. Frogbox will provide the club with video to use for club promotion and to promote participation.

The training equipment will enable our coaches to deliver engaging training sessions for our players.
Engadine Bowling & Recreation Club Ltd Sutherland Shire Council Small Size Beginner Bowls for Women and Kids Engadine Bowling & Recreation Club Ltd 61-63 Cambrai Ave
Engadine NSW 2233
Australia
To help encourage more women and children to take up the sport of Lawn Bowls we are looking at purchasing 10 sets of small size Lawn Bowls.

Currently our Bowls for new bowlers are larger Sized and this makes it very difficult for people with smaller size hands to grip the Bowl and play the game.

The smaller size Bowls are also lighter so much easier for small kids to handle.

Currently the only option for new bowlers is to borrow small sized bowls from current players or purchase their own own at quite considerable cost.
Tweed Valley Triathletes Incorporated Tweed Shire Council Tweed Valley Triathletes Inc. Website Rebuild and New Laptop Purchase Tweed Regional Aquatic Centre 6-8 Tumbulgum Rd
Murwillumbah NSW 2484
Australia
Tweed Valley Triathletes Inc. (TVT) provides inclusive opportunities for the Murwillumbah community to participate in the sport of triathlon. This project seeks funding enabling TVT to upgrade its website and laptop. The club website and laptop are key assets that support TVT to maintain a presence in the community, keep members informed, and enable club administrators to perform their duties efficiently. This project links with the Local Sport Grant Program objectives of increasing regular and on-going participation in sport, addressing barriers to participation in sport, and assisting sport clubs to provide quality service to their members and meet community needs.
SYDNEY UNITED SPORTS CLUB INC Strathfield Municipal Council Club Support Bark Huts Reserve 23 Elliott St
Belfield NSW 2191
Australia
Sydney United Sports Club was originally initiated by a group of Indian Australian enthusiasts in 2016 when they came together to form a cricket team that enrolled in the Northern Suburbs Cricket Association's summer competition. We represent the local community in the Strathfield and Ku Ring Gai/ Killara region and surrounds, we participate in various community and multicultural social cricket competitions each year. We are seeking funding to enable our club to purchase much-needed player equipment, jerseys and club development training. We currently have 50 members as part of our club.
Sutherland Shire Canoe Club Sutherland Shire Council Paddle With Confidence Program Burnum Burnum Sanctuary Washington Dr
Woronora NSW 2232
Australia
Our aim is to get people off their couch, outside enjoying the benefits of paddling in a safe environment supported by our qualified coaches and paddle guides. Phase 1, the purchase of two very stable single skis suitable for beginner/novice paddlers, is complete. We’re seeking funding for phase 2, the acquisition of a stable double ski. This will reduce the barriers to participation for paddlers from all walks of life, ages & abilities who: lack the confidence to get out on the water by themselves; have special needs requiring on-water support; don’t have the financial resources to own paddle gear.
The Rainbow Warriors Football Club Inc. Mid-coast Council Equipment storage and uniform upgrade Taree Recreation Reserve 11 Manning River Dr
Taree NSW 2430
Australia
At present the club is storing equipment and supplies in a hired container.  We are moving to a more permanent sports ground for 2023 and so aim to buy our own container and have it painted with our colours and branding.  The uniforms need to be upgraded and personalised to give ownership to each player by providing them with their own number/name.  Uniforms have not been upgraded for 5 years and as we are aiming to include older groups in activities, we are expecting an increase in the number of participants.
SYDNEY UNITED SPORTS CLUB INC Strathfield Municipal Council Community Come and Try Bressington Park Underwood Rd
Homebush NSW 2140
Australia
Sydney United Sports Club was originally initiated by a group of Indian Australian enthusiasts in 2016 when they came together to form a cricket team that enrolled in the Northern Suburbs Cricket Association's summer competition. We represent the local community in the Strathfield and Ku Ring Gai/ Killara region and surrounds, we participate in various community and multicultural social cricket competitions each year. We are seeking funding to enable our club to deliver a come and try event in Strathfield, specifically targeted towards females from multicultural communities.
Parkes Branch Sporting Shooters Association of Australia Parkes Shire Council Purchase Of Essential Maintenance Equipment For The Parkes Sporting Shooters Parkes Branch Sporting Shooters Association 29 Nanardine Ln
Parkes NSW 2870
Australia
Purchase of a ride-on lawnmower which is an essential piece of grounds maintenance equipment, to ensure the safety and integrity of the Parkes Sporting Shooters Club ranges are maintained.
CLOVELLY CROCODILES JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB Randwick City Council Sporting Equipment Burrows Park, Clovelly 1-11 Ocean St
Clovelly NSW 2031
Australia
Clovelly Crocs is 100% volunteer run not for profit organisation and therefore is heavily

reliant on community fundraising. Each year we need to train and register around 80

volunteers across our 25 teams as well as provide training and safety equipment to allow

them to develop and train our players. In 2021 Clovelly Crocodiles had 376 registered

players, including 3 all women Blues Tag teams. This grant would provide crucial funding

to assist with the necessary training and safety equipment for our club including balls, line

markings, post pads, first aid kits, coaching/first aid courses, tackling bags/pads, cones.
MARRAR FOOTBALL & NETBALL CLUB INC Coolamon Shire Council SOLAR INSTALLATION AT LANGTRY OVAL Langtry Oval Lyne St
Marrar NSW 2652
Australia
Marrar Football and Netball Club will be installing a 10kw solar system to Langtry Oval in Marrar to aid in the reduction of ever increasing power bills.
Manly Lawn Tennis Club Northern Beaches Council Water Fountain Manly NSW 27 Belgrave St
Manly NSW 2095
Australia
The Club needs a new water fountain. We previously replaced two other fountains and need to replace this last one. the fountain is located on the side of the court.
WOLLONDILLY JUNIOR AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CLUB Wollondilly Shire Council WOLLONDILLY JUNIOR AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CLUB SUPPORT HANNAFORD OVAL 29 Broughton St
Wilton NSW 2571
Australia
Founded in 1982, The Wollondilly Redbacks Junior AFL Club has participated at the highest club level of junior AFL for over 30 years. We are seeking funding to purchase playing and coaching

equipment, as well as jerseys for our Club. As well as take part in a Multicultural Awareness Workshop. We currently have 150 members as part of our club and due to the ongoing increase of population in the region, we are seeing an increase in participation numbers. This project will mainly support our girls and boys in particular we are seeking to purchase Aboriginal designed uniforms.
Penshurst RSL Panthers Junior AFL Club Georges River Council Increase Junior Participation in AFL Olds Park Forest Rd
Penshurst NSW 2222
Australia
Due to Covid and following two years of interrupted seasons, the Club has seen a 25% reduction in registrations and the Auskick program (ages 5-8) has seen a 35% reduction. 

Our target over the next two seasons is to increase Auskick registrations by 25 back to 70 and ideally higher.  By increasing Auskick numbers, this will then flow onto the older age groups as the years progress.  The Club also aims to increase the number of female players and those in the 10-12 age groups, with a target of two new teams, being 50 players, for the next season.
Thornleigh Squash & Fitness The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby Club unification through identity and community presence Thornleigh Squash & Fitness 6 Duffy Ave
Thornleigh NSW 2120
Australia
To fit out our club with a uniform that will give pride and representation in the competitions and to our community. We want to give our Junior & Senior participants identity with our club colours and not have any barriers to cost of uniforms for participants. This grant will enable every child and adult to feel apart of our club.
Waverley Rugby Football and Sporting Club Inc Waverley Council Under 21s Development Program Waverley Park 49 Bondi Rd
Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Australia
We are seeking funding to assist with the development of our under 21s rugby program for 2023.

Emerging from two years of lost revenue due to shortened covid seasons, and the withdrawal of sponsors, any funding to assist us with the development of our under 21s program and ability to get a side on the field would be greatly appreciated.
Korora Squash Club Inc Coffs Harbour City Council Korora Club Court Upgrade - Replace Court Tins Coffs Harbour Squash & Swim Centre 11 Korora Basin Rd
Korora NSW 2450
Australia
World Squash Federation has changed rules for playing Squash. Court tins are currently 19 inches and need to be adjustable to 17 inches. This will lower the tin height making it better for all forms of competition whether it be Club Coaching, Junior Tournaments, Club Competition or social squash for members and visitors to the club.

The new rules come into effect from January 2023 and are a requirement to host events including State, Naational and Internaational tournaments during 2023.
Barooga Football Netball Club Berrigan Shire Council Netball Interchange Shelters Barooga Recreation Reserve Burkinshaw St
Barooga NSW 3644
Australia
This project will involve the purchase and installation of 6 new interchange shelters to service newly constructed netball courts at Barooga Recreation Reserve. The interchange shelters will accommodate  players, officials including scorers, umpires and time keepers and primary care persons as well as spectators. This project is part of the overall Barooga Recreation Reserve Masterplan.
Chatswood Junior Rugby Club Willoughby City Council Coach the Coaches (focus on Girls Coaching) Beauchamp Park Nicholson St
Chatswood NSW 2067
Australia
Provide professional coaching to 50 parent/volunteer coaches of the Rugby Club with a focus on activities suitable to girls and boys.  Ensure volunteer coaches can provide gender agnostic coaching allowing us to reduce barriers to girls participating in rugby union and increase access and participation for girls in are region.
Macarthur Magic Special Needs Football Club Camden Council Macarthur Magic SNFC New Canteen Fridge Nugget Beams Reserve 40 Waterworth Dr
Narellan Vale NSW 2567
Australia
Purchasing a new fridge for our canteen to replace our previous one which broke down during the 2022 season and could not be repaired. Purchasing a new fridge will allow the club to again operate a full canteen for the benefit of our players and their families.
NEPALESE RECREATIONAL CLUB INCORPORATED Burwood Council NRC MULTICULTURAL SPORTS FESTIVAL Strathfield Sports Club 4A Lyons St
Strathfield NSW 2135
Australia
Nepalese Recreational Club is a Sydney based organisation with the main objective to conduct large scale sport and recreational events for Nepalese Australians and other multicultural communities in Sydney. Our events are designed to showcase the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and to create harmony, unity and leadership opportunities for the next generation of Nepalese Australians and beyond. We are seeking funding to deliver our annual Multicultural Sports Festival.
Nepalese Recreational Club Incorporated Burwood Council NRC Equipment & Training Funding Support Strathfield Sports Club 4A Lyons St
Strathfield NSW 2135
Australia
Nepalese Recreational Club is a Sydney based organisation with the main objective to conduct large scale sport and recreational events for Nepalese Australians and other multicultural communities in Sydney. Our events are designed to showcase the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and to create harmony, unity and leadership opportunities for the next generation of Nepalese Australians and beyond. We are seeking funding to purchase much needed sport equipment for our members, as well as upskilling our committee by taking part in a Multicultural Awareness Workshop.
Sydney CBD Squash Club Inc Council Of The City Of Sydney SYDNEY CBD "SQUASH GIRLS CAN" UNIVERSITY PARTICIPATION PROGRAM 2023 Sydney University Sports & Acquatic Centre Western Ave
Camperdown NSW 2050
Australia
Squash Girls can is a programme designed by Squash Australia to introduce female university students to the game of squash, a sport that is ready made to fit into a students fragmented daily schedule and a sport that will fit in well once they enter the business world

Squash Girls Can will introduce women and girls to the great sport of squash in a fun and non-judgemental way.

Working on skills as well as overall fitness, participants will receive coaching tailored to suit their needs, in a supportive environment. All while building connections with a group of like-minded women.
Mosman Cricket Club Mosman Municipal Council Live Streaming of Junior Games Alan Border Oval Myahgah Rd
Mosman NSW 2088
Australia
The Club will acquire FrogBox devices, which will be provided to junior boys and girls teams to allow them to live stream their games and capture highlights for social media and presentation events.
Hill Top Northern Villages Cricket Club Wingecarribee Shire Council Shade Protection Boronia Park 44 Stanley St
Hill Top (North) NSW 2575
Australia
Grant application request due to our home ground Boronia Park and a lot of our cricket grounds don't have the shade protection for our players, supporters or families to sit in whilst watching sport. The key objective of this application is to maintain/increase regular and ongoing participation in sport for male, woman and our juniors. By not having any shade/weather protection for our players it could be a barrier to future participation and we want this grant to assist our clubs quality service to our members, supporters and meet community needs that are currently not being meet by local facilities
North Rocks Carlingford Little Athletics Centre City Of Parramatta Council North Rocks Carlingford Little Athletics equipment refresh Peggy Womsley Reserve 98 Felton Rd
Carlingford NSW 2118
Australia
updated speakers & starting equipment will assist with providing a quality program that encourages athletes of all capabilities, improves volunteer experience & are easy to maintain
WYONG WARRIORS SPORTS CLUB INC Central Coast Council Wyong Warriors Multi Sport Back to Physical Activity Event The Central Coast Regional Sporting and Recreation Complex, Tuggerah 20 Lake Rd
Tuggerah NSW 2259
Australia
Wyong Warriors Multi Sport Back to Physical Activity Event is a multi-sport festival hosted in Wyong, that attracts families, clubs and sporting organisations from across regional areas of NSW to compete in a wide range of sport competitions and activities. The event is aimed to attract families, clubs and teams from regional areas of NSW such as Newcastle, Tamworth, Wollongong, Orange, Penrith, Wyong and Dubbo. The event will hold sporting competitions for males, females and kids across all age groups in: Cricket, Soccer & Hockey.
WYONG WARRIORS SPORTS CLUB INC Central Coast Council Equipment, Development & Player Uniforms Support Central Coast Regional sporting and Recreation Complex 20 Lake Rd
Tuggerah NSW 2259
Australia
We the Wyong Warriors Sports Club is a registered sports club under Wyong shire and it represents a group of enthusiastic people within the Central Coast region. Our vision is to serve the community as a sports club that not only delivers opportunities to participate in sport, but also to nurture a positive spirit among its members. We are seeking funding support to help cover the costs for our player and volunteer jerseys (apparel) and equipment, helping cover up to 50 members. As well as attend a Multicultural Awareness Workshop to train and develop our volunteers.
Oran Park Cricket Club Camden Council Family Come & Try Event JACK BRABHAM RESERVE Dick Johnson Dr
Oran Park NSW 2570
Australia
We are a cricket club that enters boys, girls and men's teams into the local Camden District Cricket Association every summer. We currently have over 13 number of teams, and over 30 volunteers as part of our community club. We are the only cricket club based in Oran Park. We are seeking funding to conduct a Family Come & Try event, specifically targeting new and emerging markets to our club, with the main objective to attract new participants and volunteers for our club.
CLOVELLY JUNIOR RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB INC. Randwick City Council SAFE TACKLE Burrows Park Ocean St
Clovelly NSW 2031
Australia
A program of coaching on the tackle process with children moving from touch rugby to tackle and reinforce the good behaviors with existing tackle rugby players.

Specialists coaches used to deliver the training with our volunteer coaches working cloesly to grow their knowledge and ensure a consistent and focussed "tackle" coaching technique is in place to provide for a safe and fun rugby culture across the club.

The increased attention to brain injury across media means this is an important area to "tackle" as we ensure technique is safe and strong, and the training aids needed are acquired for use.
Budokan Judo Club Inc The Hills Shire Council Budokan Judo Club Training Equipment Castle Hill Showground Doran Dr
Castle Hill NSW 2154
Australia
It is proposed to purchase training equipment to enable Budokan to continue to grow and expand its membership base.  This will be achieved by attracting new members from within the community, increasing participation rates and retaining existing athletes ensuring their ongoing participation in sport. 

The equipment can be utilised across a wide range of age groups and ability levels allowing Coaches to add new training drills and activities across all classes.  These will be immensely beneficial to Budokan’s Judo players.  Specifically enabling them to increase their aerobic endurance, anerobic strength, cognitive skills and spatial awareness within an enjoyable training environment.
Ballina Bowling & Recreation Club Limited Ballina Shire Council Wheelchair for Bowlers Ballina Bowling & Recreation Club Limited 68 Cherry St
Ballina NSW 2478
Australia
Often bowlers take up the sport later in life and would they would like  to continue to bowls to keep up there physical activity as well as there social connections.  There are also a group of disabled people who are not able to be offered to bowl as there is currently no access onto the green and normal wheelchairs cannot be used due to damaging the greens. by both male and female participants to encourage them to come and try bowls, or to those people who have been previous bowlers but who can no longer bowls due to access difficulties.
Blacktown District Cricket Club Incorporated Blacktown City Council Equipment & Training Support BDCC Joe McAleer Park, Glendenning NSW 2761 Winten Dr
Glendenning NSW 2761
Australia
Blacktown District Cricket Club is the only representative cricket club in the Sydney Premier Cricket Competition. We are a premier club based in Blacktown that provides a direct pathway for participants to Cricket NSW and Cricket Australia honours. The funding from this project will contribute to purchasing cricket equipment/balls, upgrading our cricket netting system. As well as staff development training through a Multicultural Awareness Workshop.
Ruse Football Club Inc Campbelltown City Council increase Womens particpation in football jackson park 21 Campbelltown Rd
Woodbine NSW 2560
Australia
ruse football clun inc have been part of the campbelltown since 1980. we need to upgrade our old style equitment some of which we have had for over 10 years plus. which would be goal post netts as well corner flags and also look at adressing the barriers to participation and being able to assist in subsidised regestration fees for senior ladies players we currently have 32 players ages raging from 25 years to 54 years old this area would be one way of retaing our current ladies if we were to receive the grant
North Shore District Rifle Association No. 18 Incorporated The Council Of The Shire Of Hornsby NSDRA Target Frame Hoisting System Safety Features Incorporation and Refurbishment North Shore Regional Target Shooting Complex - Hornsby 64 Rosamond St
Hornsby NSW 2077
Australia
The incorporation of modern safety systems and a major overhaul of 14 shooting target frame lifting/lowering systems to significantly reduce the risk of serious personal injuries and to allow ease of use and access for physically impaired, elderly, junior and lightly-built competitors and support personnel.

Primarily involves removal of a large quantity of manually handled concrete-filled counterweights and replacement with safety brake-winches along with design and fabrication of replacement frame structure components for associated pulleys and cables to safely raise and lower the targets.
Northern Beaches Outrigger canoe club Northern Beaches Council Purchase of  adaptive paddler uncap-sizeable training Single Outrigger Canoe Jamieson Park Narrabeen lake The Esplanade
Narrabeen NSW 2101
Australia
Purchase of the single adaptive paddler training canoe with two amas and two iakus rigged on both sides at the same time for stability in training. Essential for paddlers with disabilities, seniors and beginners to the sport because the design of the canoe is such that it cannot tip over.
Helensburgh Thistles Senior Soccer Club Wollongong City Council Kick on for Women - Try Football Clinic Rex Jackson Oval Waratah St
Helensburgh NSW 2508
Australia
Kick-on for women is an introductory football program focusing on fun, football and friendship.

It is low-impact, football-based program providing physical and mental health benefits, social

connectedness, alongside promotion of the benefits of engaging in team sport.

The program provides eight 45-minute sessions over eight weeks that offer a more social and accessible version of football specifically modified for inactive women over the age of 16.

The participants discover and learn the basic competencies in a relaxed, non-competitive setting.
Africa United Rugby League Incorporated Blacktown City Council Purchase of uniform, equipment and training programs Exeter Farm Reserve, Glenwood Meurants Ln
Glenwood NSW 2768
Australia
This funding is required to provide new rugby league uniforms and jerseys (jerseys, shorts, socks, bag and polo shirt) to our U/16 and U/18 teams (approx. 60 members). As well as equipment to help facilitate our training and seasonal programs. We are hoping to recommence our female team, which participated in 2017, and this funding will help support with the awareness of our club. We are also looking to train our volunteers by participating in a multicultural awareness workshop.
Trundle Rugby League Club Parkes Shire Council Berryman Park Trundle Berryman Oval Trundle Parkes St
Trundle NSW 2875
Australia
Berryman Park Trundle is an important hub for the whole community with facilities for cricket, rugby league, athletics, swimming as well as modern playground equipment and a new skate park. It is extremely well supported by the local community being a hive of activity year-round. This high level of activity has been placing pressure on the grounds infrastructure with some now requiring replacement or repair. Upgrades to be undertaken as part of this project include replacing damaged benches, the purchase of new pads for the footy posts along with the internal painting of the dressing sheds.
Nepean Football Association Inc. Penrith City Council Nepean Football Association Harmony Week 2023 Project Jamison Park 39 York Rd
Jamisontown NSW 2750
Australia
To promote participation to culturally diverse and marginalised community groups through a campaign espousing the benefits of cultural diversity in sport.  To promote respect and inclusiveness of all cultures and groups within our community to our existing membership by using special events and media promotions aligned with Harmony Day as the vehicle to bring about change.
Berkeley Vale Rugby League & Sports Club Central Coast Council Disability Access Path Ted Doyle Oval 1-3 Berkeley Rd
Glenning Valley NSW 2261
Australia
We wish to make our multi-sport facility more accessible for the elderly and for those with disabilities.

We wish to build a pathway from the entry point at our doubles gates to the family hill.

This will enable grandparents, the elderly, those with disabilities and those in a wheelchair to watch and be more involved in our club.

The pathway will also make us a more inclusive environment

At the moment, once you enter through the double gates, there is no pathway, just mud and puddles !
Mount Sugarloaf Croquet Club Inc. Lake Macquarie City Council Lawn renovation to provide improved playing surface and increased participation. Mount Sugarloaf Croquet Lawns 13 Brooks St
West Wallsend NSW 2286
Australia
Mount Sugarloaf's Croquet Lawns are currently good for basic play. They don't provide the Club with the opportunity to promote croquet through holding competitions or to allow our members to increase their skills in the game due to the uneven surface and irregularities in the lawn. It has been recommended that we undertake a full croquet lawn renovation which involves; scarifying, aeration, laser levelling, top dressing and fertilising.  The outcome providing a competition level playing surface which will increase participation in playing croquet, allow our club to host croquet events along with promoting croquet as a sport in our community.
Como-Jannali JRLFC Sutherland Shire Council CELEBRATING INDIGENOUS ROUND 2023 Scylla Bay oval Cremona Rd
Como NSW 2226
Australia
In line with the OFFICE OF SPORT Strategic Plan 2020 -24 Como Junior Rugby League Football are exited and willing to participate and focus on areas within the plan.  This specific program will be primarily focusing on the indigenous round. The club at present has approximately 500 players and approximately 50 players that identify as indigenous, The project will start at the commencement of the season with Indigenous (FIRST NATION) awareness and respecting and learning new ways to grow in a positive way with new and current indigenous players and families. Full commit celebrating indigenous with dignity and pride.
Mingara Killarney District Netball Club Central Coast Council Increase Training Participation Central Coast Indoor Sports 1 Enterprise Dr
Berkeley Vale NSW 2261
Australia
Subsidise the cost of training gear and court hire.
Western Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club Cumberland Council Purchase Rugby League Balls, Uniform and volunteer development Lidcombe Oval Church St
Lidcombe NSW 2141
Australia
Western Suburbs Magpies Rugby League have been providing Rugby League opportunities for the community for over 110 years and this funding will continue to support our operations.

Our pathway leads from junior representative sides, into Under 16's - NSWRL Harold Matthews, Under 18's - NSWRL S.G. Ball and Seniors - Canterbury Cup NSW (Reserve Grade) sides, all leading to the Wests Tigers Pathway to Success.

Funding will be put towards:

- New Rugby League balls
- Contribute to purchasing jerseys

- Volunteer development training by participating in a multicultural awareness workshop
Lane cove swim club Lane Cove Municipal Council Lane cove Swim club equipment upgrades Lane Cove aquatic centre 2 Little St
Lane Cove NSW 2066
Australia
We would like to apply for the supply of a Camera and TV to film our swimmers and aid in training. We would also like to apply for some backstroke ledges to help train our swimmers for a backstroke start. We would also like some barriers to enable us to hold swimming carnivals more successfully.
Western Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club Cumberland Council Return to Lidcombe Event 2023 Lidcombe Oval Church St
Lidcombe NSW 2141
Australia
Lidcombe Oval is located in the Wyatt Park sporting complex and is one of Sydney's suburban sportsgrounds. Opened in 1933 the oval has been used for various sports over the years, most notably Rugby League. The 'Return to Lidcombe' event is an opportunity for the community and rugby league supporters to come together and celebrate the magnificent game of rugby league, the heritage of the Wests Magpies and the history Lidcombe Oval. Four games of Rugby League will be held across the day as the premier entertainment as well as a family friendly atmosphere for all.
WRR Sports and Social Club Ryde City Council Uplifting and supporting cricket skills Meadowbank park Constitution Rd
Meadowbank NSW 2114
Australia
Uplifting and supporting cricket skills
KAIRALI THUNDERS PENRITH INCORPORATED Penrith City Council Social Cricket Come and Try Family Event Parker Street Reserve, Penrith King St
Penrith NSW 2750
Australia
We are a newly formed cricket club based in Penrith. We take part in the mainstream cricket association and various tournaments in and around the Penrith region. We are seeking funding to support our Come and Try event hosted in Penrith, which entails touring teams from all over NSW participating in our cricket program. The event will not only contribute to motivating members to remain active, it will also support local businesses as we have clubs participating from all over NSW. Touring clubs stay and utilise local businesses and attractions as part of the overall experience.
BRADBURY AMBARVALE FOOTBALL CLUB INCORPORATED Campbelltown City Council Player & Volunteer Support Programs Ambarvale Sports Complex Jiniwin Pl
Ambarvale NSW 2560
Australia
We are a football club that produces girls and boys football teams in the local Macarthur Football Association. Our club was established in 1980 and we now have over 450 participants, as well as over 12 committee members as part of our growing club. We are seeking assist our disadvantaged senior players with their registration fees, as well as upskilling our volunteer and committee members by attending training programs. This funding will greatly support our objective to increase the participant and volunteer rates within the Campbelltown region.
Corowa Clay Target Club Federation Council Clay Target Trap Machine Upgrades Corowa Clay Target Club 205 Cemetery Rd
Corowa NSW 2646
Australia
To upgrade our current Clay Target throwing traps to allow for a broader range of disciplines and events to be performed.
BRADBURY AMBAVALE SOCCER CLUB INCORPORATED Campbelltown City Council Female Gala Day Ambarvale Sports Complex Jiniwin Pl
Ambarvale NSW 2560
Australia
We are a football club that produces girls and boys football teams in the local Macarthur Football Association. Our club was established in 1980 and we now have over 450 participants, as well as over 12 committee members as part of our growing club. We are seeking funding to host a free female gala day across age groups, for all community football clubs in the Campbelltown region. The event will entail female football participant and training programs.
Kincumber-Avoca Cricket Club Central Coast Council Kincumber-Avoca Cricket Club - Participation and Sustainability Project Erina Oval Ilya Ave
Erina NSW 2250
Australia
This is an inclusive Project, its main objective is to grow participation in the sport of cricket at all levels of the community. Its main focus is to encourage people to become more active and enjoy the sport of cricket. It targets juniors, women, veterans, people from CALD backgrounds and potential players who have varying levels of skill and experience in cricket. With approximately 500 active members in our club, we aim to enhance sustainability by providing coaches with access to accredited training courses and purchase new equipment which will provide members with modern safe resources to enjoy our sport.
Queens Lake Sailing Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council Hot Water System Queens Lake Reserve 304 Ocean Dr
Lakewood NSW 2443
Australia
Supply and Installation of a new hot water system in the Queens Lake Sailing Club amenities block.
Coolangatta-Mt Warning Dragon Boat Club (known as Wollumbin Dragons Boat Club) Tweed Shire Council Let's All Paddle - Supporting Inclusive Community Sport Tumbulgum Boat Ramp 108 Riverside Dr
Tumbulgum NSW 2490
Australia
Target advertising and conduct of inclusive open fitness days to encourage new members. Dragon Paddling is a team sport for people managing disabilities and encourage a low cost sport in disadvantaged regional communities. It’s a great way to get active, have fun, and make new friends.  We provide a safe and easy entry into the world of Dragon Boating with qualified coaches providing a relaxed and supportive program that allows people to enjoy the sport at whatever level suits their individual needs.

Located at Tumbulgum Boat Ramp each Saturday morning from 7.00 am to 9.30 am

Wollumbin Dragon Boat Club
Centaur Netball Club Incorporated Tweed Shire Council Period Wear for Athletes 12 - 16 Arkinstall Park Cunningham St
Tweed Heads South NSW 2486
Australia
To provide 150 athletes with  modibodi active briefs.  Periods are a barrier for girls participation in netball and sport in general especially due to the style of the uniforms.  This is one of the identified reasons why girls leave sport between the ages of 13 - 17.  The project aims to significantly reduce the drop out rate and add confidence to the player while they have their periods playing sport.
Lavington Football Netball Club Albury City Council Increase Participation From Underrepresented Groups In Lavington Lavington Sports Ground Hanna St
Hamilton Valley NSW 2641
Australia
Purchasing AFL jumpers, shorts, footballs, plus netballs to minimise playing fees and increase participation among underrepresented groups such as females and low-income households.
Georges River 16ft Sailing Club Bayside Council Youth & Volunteer Life Jackets Georges River 16ft Sailing Club Sanoni Ave
Sandringham NSW 2219
Australia
The purchase of 80 child & youth & 20 adult dinghy sailing life jackets for use by participants of the club's junior, tackers, Try Sailing and regatta events held at the club and the volunteers who support these programs.
Ryde Saints United FC Ryde City Council Ryde Saints United Minis Coaching Program 2023 Pidding Park Pidding Rd
Ryde NSW 2112
Australia
Develop and implement a coaching support program throughout the Winter Season to increase participation of boys and girls in the Under 6 to Under 9 age groups. The program will develop the skills of volunteer coaches.
Coonabarabran Bowling Club Warrumbungle Shire Council Renovate Bowling Green Coonabarabran Bowling Club 49 Edwards St
Coonabarabran NSW 2357
Australia
Carry out extensive renovations to singular bowling green. No greens re-mediation works have been carried out over

the last 15 years. Works to be carried out will be shaving of singular bowling green to -15mm and aeration of same green using toro procore with 12.5mm hollow tines, to remove build-up of excess thatch.
Merrylands Rugby Union Club Limited Cumberland Council To conduct a Try Junior Rugby Union Program in 2023 Holroyd Sports Ground Peel St
Holroyd NSW 2142
Australia
Our Club recognises the opportunity to promote junior rugby union in the Cumberland LGA as there has been a lack of opportunities for young people to try Rugby Union. We have a large and diverse population and there is a loack of opportunities for these diverse community members in trying Rugby Union
Tweed Valley Equestrian Group Tweed Shire Council Tablets for Event Scoring TVEG Murwillumbah Showgrounds Queensland Rd
Murwillumbah NSW 2484
Australia
Dressage scoring is moving with the times to an electronic system.

At an average event we would need 6 tablets for the writers to note the judges marks and comments for the participants. This new system also enables riders to see their scores and feedback minuets after riding. We are seeking a grant to acquire tablets for this.
Burwood Football Club Burwood Council Junior Player and Game Leader Development Blair Park, Queen Street Croydon NSW Blair Ave
Croydon NSW 2132
Australia
To train, develop and qualify our junior players to become Game Leaders and Junior Coaches
Bar Reef Board Riders Newcastle City Council Nurture The Spirit Of Female Surfing Bar Beach Newcastle Memorial Dr
Bar Beach NSW 2300
Australia
BarReef Boardriders surf the beautiful BarBeach waves in Newcastle. We are 148 members with 49 females ranging in age from 4 to early 60’s.

We want to nurture the spirits of females of all ages, to provide fearless fun, increase confidence and ward off intimidation in the surf.

We’d use the grant to subsidise small group surf coaching, tailored to our female new and prospective members.

We’d like to run beginner and intermediate younger girls, and beginner adult ladies small coaching groups. We would support fun, peer support and bravery, with enough coaching attention for females to progress their surfing.
Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club Central Coast Council Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club's Junior Program Bill Sohier Park Shirley St
Ourimbah NSW 2258
Australia
Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club's Program to grow the game of cricket for both young boys and girls through the purchasing on new equipment to break down the financial barriers to cricket.
Bradbury Cricket Club Inc Campbelltown City Council EQUIPMENT SUPPORT FOR BRADBURY CRICKET CLUB BRADBURY OVAL Lawn Ave
Bradbury NSW 2560
Australia
Bradbury Cricket Club has served the local community for over 50 Years. Founded in 1969 we provide programs for junior and senior cricketers including - Junior Blast and Master Blaster, Girls Thunder League, Under 10's to 16's competitions. Our aim is to provide a climate where all members can learn and enjoy the game of cricket and develop their potential while striving to play at the highest level possible. We are seeking funding to purchase cricket equipment, a hessian cover for our turf pitches as well as a Super Sopper. This will increase the overall participation experience for our players
Bradbury Cricket Club Inc. Campbelltown City Council CLUB DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS BRADBURY OVAL Lawn Ave
Bradbury NSW 2560
Australia
Bradbury Cricket Club has served the local community for over 50 Years. Founded in 1969 we provide programs for junior and senior cricketers including - Junior Blast and Master Blaster, Girls Thunder League, Under 10's to 16's competitions. Our aim is to provide a climate where all members can learn and enjoy the game of cricket and develop their potential while striving to play at the highest level possible. We are seeking funding to facilitate coaching programs during the offseason for our junior participants. As well as upskill our staff in training and development programs, particularly regarding child safety protocols.
Greater Sydney Disc Golf Inc. City Of Parramatta Council Replacement Of 9 Disc Golf Baskets At Newington Armory Newington Armory Jamieson St
Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Australia
Sydney Disc Golf Club has been operating at the Newington Armory in Sydney Olympic Park since 2006. Disc golf is a flying disc sport similar to traditional golf, where players throw a plastic frisbee into a metal basket instead of hitting a ball into a hole. The original 9 baskets installed in 2006 (all metal construction) are now over 16 years old and starting to fall apart due to corrosion. The Club seeks funds to replace these worn out baskets so that all 18 holes at the Armory can continue to be used for disc golf for another 20+ years.
McCredie Park Aquatics Swimming Club Cumberland Council Education and Support Program Guildford Pools, 1 Tamplin Road, Guildford , NSW 2161 1 Tamplin Rd
Guildford NSW 2161
Australia
McCredie Park Aquatics requires to purchase a laptop and associated swimming software to educate members of the club to enhance the clubs priority in assisting swimmers in their sporting career, as well as making them aware of the ease on how to be involved.
The Lakes Outrugger Canoe Club Lake Macquarie City Council Compulsory Canoe  Covers for Paddler Protection Boatman’s Row Ungala Rd
Blacksmiths NSW 2281
Australia
Outrigging is a sport conducted in the open ocean. Canoe covers are essential to ensure the safety of participants when paddling in the open ocean. They stop the canoe from being flooded with water.  Like all equipment used in the open weather, they need to be replaced regularly.
Cronulla Youth Weight Training Association  (CYWTA) Sutherland Shire Council Projects  New Carpet  Attract  Wider Range and Diversity of Members CYWTA  Gunnamatta Park 39-41 Nicholson Pde
Cronulla NSW 2230
Australia
CYWTA’s existing floor covering consists of rubber squares laid over a wooden floor is over 15 years old.  With the member traffic it is worn and needs replacing.

Supply and install new A1 rubber tiles 2 rooms dimensions are 6m x 6m and 15m x 9m (with an alcove measuring 4.25m x 1.6m)  Alcove included, total area: 36+135 = 171 SQM

This will revitalise the youth club and enable us to attract a wider range and diversity of members. Specialised ladies’ equipment smaller, graduated dumbbell and barbell sets ideal for members not able to use the current heavier weight s.
Mal De Mer Longriders Inc Port Macquarie-hastings Council Mal De Mer Laptop Software & Carrycase for Club Administration Rainbow Beach Reserve Bonny Hills Beach St
Bonny Hills NSW 2445
Australia
Currently the majority of the club documentation is kept in hard copy form. The project aims to centralize all records of committee meetings, asset registers, members & events. This will allow the club to develop spread sheets to track point scoring in competitions during the year. It will also enhance communication with the club members.
Kemps Creek United Soccer Club Liverpool City Council Purchase of Sport Equipment and Uniforms Bill Anderson Reserve, KEMPS CREEK 1662 Elizabeth Dr
Kemps Creek NSW 2178
Australia
Purchase of sport equipment and uniforms to replace aging and failing items such as training gear including pop-up goals, poles, cones, bibs and balls. Also, the provision of uniforms for up to three new teams including a new female team in the Under 18 age group.

The grant will assist the Club in meeting the Office of Sports' Strategic Plan 2020-2024 priorities in terms of participation, by encouraging more people, particularly children, engaging in physical activity and organised sport. The upgrading, replacement and provision of new equipment and uniforms contributes to retaining and retaining participants.
Tamworth Swans Australian Football & Netball Club Tamworth Regional Council Junior netball dress pool Tamworth Sports Dome Jack Smyth Dr
Hillvue NSW 2340
Australia
The project aligns with our expansion into junior netball, with former Tamworth Public School teams coming under the Tamworth Swans AFNC and required to play in Club dresses.  The project aims to establish a pool of playing dresses to be loaned to players to use, to avoid families requiring ongoing purchases of new dresses as players grow and outgrow their dresses.
BLUE MOUNTAINS FOOTBALL CLUB INC Blue Mountains City Council Replacement of Canteen equipment. Knapsack Park Barnet St
Glenbrook NSW 2773
Australia
New clubhouse is currently being constructed.  BMFC will need to supply Refrigerator, Freezer, coffee machine, pie warmer and BBQ for game day.  Current equipment will not be sufficient for the new clubhouse as it due for replacement or we do not have some necessary canteen equipment.
Mako Paddle Club Shoalhaven City Council Storage Shed and Sign installation at training venue Woollamia Regional Boat Ramp Coulon St
Woollamia NSW 2540
Australia
The project will create secure storage for essential training equipment and allow Mako to cater for increased participation in dragon boating, replacing a small storage box that keeps getting stolen. It will allow training resources to be accessible and available at all times to cater for a growing membership and targeted training sessions for new members. It will allow signage and notice board to become a focal point advertising club activities, training sessions, competitive achievements, social media platforms, sponsors and contact information to encourage further participation. An advertised 'open day' BBQ will coincide with the shed opening to celebrate.
Ripples St Marys Swimming Club Inc Penrith City Council Purchase of Hooded Towels Ripples Leisure Centre St Marys Charles Hackett Dr
St Marys NSW 2760
Australia
Purchase of hooded towels for all swimming members to provide warmth and protection on club nights and at meets whilst providing a smart and cohesive look incorporating our club colours and logo.
Titans Swimming Club Central Coast Council Winter 2023 Swimming Carnival Toukley Pool Heador St
Toukley NSW 2263
Australia
Our annual winter swimming carnival is usually held at Toukley Pool or Peninsular Leisure Centre (depending on availability and cost).  This carnival is open to swimmers of all levels and ages who are registered with any NSW swim club. We have a reputation for well organised and run carnivals run by club volunteers and supported by Coast and Valley swimming officials.  It is a great opportunity for kids to have a go and get race experience or for those of higher level to achieve their swimming goals of country and state times.
Concord & Ryde Sailing Club Inc. Unincorporated Augment And Renew, CRSC Training Boat Safety Equipment Kissing Point Park, Putney Yaralla Rd
Putney NSW 2112
Australia
Concord & Ryde Sailing Club members sail dinghies competitively and regularly run training programs aimed at encouraging community members to join this sport.

Maintaining and improving on the safety equipment used in our training course programs is a requirement of our Australian Sailing accreditation to run these courses.

Renewal of our near "end of life" Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) and Optimus Training Boat Buoyancy Bags will ensure we meet these requirements.

Purchase of Safety Helmets will add further protection for our trainees.

All items have a life time of 10 years, ensuring an overall benefit to an estimated 250 trainees.
Coffs Harbour Yacht Club Ltd Coffs Harbour City Council New Boat Storage Space Coffs Harbour Yacht Club 30 Marina Dr
Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Australia
To create covered storage (metal) on racks (wooden) for sailing dinghies in an enclosed area of the Club's property to solve the need of the Coffs Harbour and regional community for increased learn to sail capacity by potential participants of all ages, sexes and disadvantaged groups. There has not been an increase to the storage capacity since 1975.  The Yacht Club is an accredited Discover Sailing Centre and with increased storage for boats will have the ability to meet the increased community demand for particiaption in the psort of sailing.
Woy Woy Peninsula Netball Association Inc Central Coast Council Koori Gala Day Participants Costs Lemon Grove Netball Courts Broken Bay Rd
Ettalong Beach NSW 2257
Australia
Host a netball gala day run by Netball NSW at our home ground Lemon Grove Netball Courts, Ettalong,  We are requesting financial assistance in spreading the word amongst our local indigenous  to increase the number of them participating in our local competition on a regular basis. Also to assist in funding their participation of the day.
St Georges Basin Junior Rugby League Club Shoalhaven City Council SGBJRL Reducing The Cost of Player Training Uniforms Francis Ryan Oval Harmony Haven Fire Trl
Sanctuary Point NSW 2540
Australia
Providing all players with training uniforms (shirt, shorts and socks) with registration to improve the club's sense of pride in the community and reducing barriers to provide all children access to physical activity and social inclusion.
Port Macquarie Rowing Club Port Macquarie-hastings Council rowing for fun and fitness Port Macquarie Rowing Club, Boatshed, on shore of Hasting River. Hibbard Dr
Port Macquarie NSW 2444
Australia
Port Macquarie rowing club project to encourage greater participation in the sport of rowing in the Port Macquarie - Hasting area. A project to promote rowing as a fun and health promotion activity for all ages and genders, particularly junior girls and their mothers. To promote benefits of learning new sports skills together with training and accrediting new coaches at first level. To make student / parent membership more affordable and purchasing new rowing training equipment. Project to commence with a family fun day to promote rowing interest.
St Patricks Rugby Club Inc Strathfield Municipal Council 1. Womens Training Equipment and Programs 2.Software, Register Upgrade. Hudson Park Oval 2 Mitchell Rd
Strathfield NSW 2135
Australia
1. Develop and implement training programs and purchase exercise equipment for our women's rugby team to improve their knowledge, skills and fitness and assisting in minimising the risk of injury.

2. Replace current register and software to improve management of stock, ensure quality and secure data which ensures appropriate record keeping and reduces tasks required of volunteers.
Seaforth Football Club Northern Beaches Council Training Resources Seaforth Oval Wakehurst Pkwy
Seaforth NSW 2092
Australia
The project seeks to improve the training resources available to junior club members (aged 6-18) for both girls and boys, to enhance the development and enjoyment of football. This project seeks to provide two full size portable football goals to help with the children's development by providing effective and game relevant equipment relevant to football. These will be available for all teams to use on training nights (Mon-Fri).
Minnamurraa Tennis Club The Council Of The Municipality Of Kiama Clubhouse Improvement Minnamurra Tennis Club,James Oates Reserve, Minnamurra 2533 NSW Charles Ave
Minnamurra NSW 2533
Australia
New Shutters to secure Clubhouse
Katoomba RSL Swimming Club Blue Mountains City Council Katoomba RSL Swimming Club Aquatic & Leisure Centre Katoomba Catalina Ave
Katoomba NSW 2780
Australia
Due to renovations to the outdoor pool at Katoomba, our club wasn't able to access and use the clubhouse. We would like lockable storage for technical equipment as well as new equipment to ensure accurate times with which members apply for state and national swimming races. A well equipped and maintained swimming club attracts also new members and therefore a stronger connection to the community. As a club we do not target specific groups in the community - everyone is welcome and accepted.
Griffith Waratah Tigers (Junior) Rugby League Football Club Griffith City Council Protective headgear for all participants Jubilee Oval Griffith NSW Groongal Ave
Griffith NSW 2680
Australia
We wish to supply all participants with headgear free of charge to encourage increased participation numbers and retain returning players. We hope to also attract a higher number of female players by helping to alleviate concerns around safety. Concussion injuries are of concern for all rugby league players and the supply of headgear along with encouraged usage will help to mininise head injuries. This grant will alleviate financial constraints which have previously impacted a large proportion of our players particularly members of our aboriginal and CALD community.
Westlakes Archers Inc Lake Macquarie City Council Target Buttresses For Fassifern Oval Fassifern Oval 51 Miller Rd
Fassifern NSW 2283
Australia
More target buttresses (frames and filling) are required for the future of Westlakes Archers to hold more interclub and State Target events. Currently we use portable buttresses which need to