Big Congrats Nat Mihalic On Her RSNC Performance!
Our very own Natalie Mihalic headed to Las Vegas to compete with the rest of the Australian team in the RSNC All Star Sorting Bowl last weekend and performed extremely well against top class competition from across the world.
The CINCH All Star Sorting Bowl carries $100,000 in prizes and attracts only the very best ranch sorters. Well done Nat and the Aussie team on a great effort!
Check out the RSNCA Facebook page for all the photos!
Applications Open For $200 million Sports Boost
Modern and inclusive sporting facilities are the focus of a new NSW Government $200 million fund to encourage people across the state to enjoy the benefits of sport, regardless of their age, gender or ability, with applications now open.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet said the Multi-Sport Community Facility Fund will invest in new or upgraded venues across the state with $100 million available in 2021/22 and a further $100 million in 2022/23.
Minister for Sport Natalie Ward said for some people, existing community sport facilities may not meet their needs and even discourage them from taking part.
“We want to actively encourage gender inclusiveness and accessibility in our facilities so that everyone can get out and play,” Mrs Ward said.
The Multi-Sport Community Facility Fund will offer funding through a competitive grants process and is a key initiative of the NSW Government’s jobs-creation sports infrastructure plan, providing a construction boom. Grants of between $1 million to $5 million are available, with applications for the 2021/22 round closing on Friday, 25 February, 2022.
For more details, see: www.sport.nsw.gov.au/grants/multi-sport-community-facility-fund.