As part of their goal of actively promoting inclusivity and a sense of belonging, the club recently applied to Inland Rail for funding for new club shirts for the Under 17 team’s upcoming season of club and external events.
Goondiwindi Junior Rugby League Club Secretary Amma Deans said
“It’s incredibly important that our players feel connected and unified as a team on game day and at club special events like presentation nights and cross regional carnivals.
“With new club shirts we can look great and feel proud as a team together.”
Inland Rail are proud to support and give back to our communities along the rail corridor and we wish the Goondiwindi Junior Rugby League under 17s team all the best in this year’s season!
Applications for the next round of funding close on 31 July 2022.
We encourage you to check your funding eligibility and apply. Please include as much information as you can to tell the story of what you want to achieve and how it will benefit your community.
For more information, please visit our website or contact your local engagement representative who will be happy to provide advice and answer any questions:
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Scenic Rim and Ipswich CCC chair’s summary 4 August 2022
Chair's summary for the Scenic Rim and Ipswich Community Consultative Committee meeting held on 4 August 2022.
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Scenic Rim and Ipswich CCC meeting presentation 4 August 2022
Presentation by Inland Rail, made to the Scenic Rim and Ipswich Community Consultative Committee meeting, held on the 4 August 2022.
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