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$50,000 for Penrith Cricket Club


Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today announced Penrith Cricket Club will receive $50,000 under the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership program.

Stuart Ayres said he was privileged to have recommended the cricket club for this funding which will be used for automated irrigation installation and cricket pitch renewal at Howell Oval, Penrith.

Mr Steve Small, General Manager of Penrith Cricket Club said the club is delighted to have Government support and in particular that of Stuart Ayres.

“The club is in the next phase of developing Howell Oval into a 1st Class venue for Cricketers (Men and Woman) for Western Sydney.

“With ongoing Government support and help from key cricket stake holders (Cricket NSW and Sydney Thunder), this can be a showpiece for the game here in the West and beyond.

Stuart Ayres said the Community Building Partnerships are a terrific program that provides the opportunity for local community groups such as youth, sporting, hobby groups and Councils to build, refurbish or maintain much needed infrastructure that will benefit the local community.

“The NSW Government is getting on with the job ensuring a stronger and better Penrith as part of our plan to rebuild NSW.

“I look forward to seeing the benefits of this upgrade for Howell Oval as it is undertaken and more importantly put into use,” added Stuart Ayres.



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