Warradale Tennis Club will receive a much needed upgrade following the Turnbull Coalition Government’s commitment today of $250,000 to improve court quality, fencing and lighting for players and club members.
Senator David Fawcett and Liberal Party Candidate for Boothby, Nicolle Flint, announced the funding today at the Warradale Tennis Club.
Ms Flint said the funds would allow an essential makeover for the club, restoring the facilities to top quality.
“I’m pleased to be able to deliver these funds, which will see new asphalting and acrylic, LED lighting, net posts and fencing for the north and south courts.” Ms Flint said.
“The club is a central part of the Warradale community, with club members, parents and players, who have long fought for improved facilities.
“I recently met with members of the Club, along with Corey Wingard, the State Member for Mitchell, to discuss the need for this vital upgrade.
“I am committed to building a stronger community in Boothby, and will continue to fight on behalf of our sporting clubs if elected.” Ms Flint said.
“Sporting clubs are the lifeblood of our local communities, and having great new facilities under the Coalition will ensure that local community clubs like the Warradale Tennis Club will be around for generations to come.” Senator Fawcett said.
The Warradale Tennis Club was established in 1956 and trains senior and junior tennis players, as well as providing player development and community programs.