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$30k for Bring it to Colombo

Masterton mayor and deputy chair of the Bring it to Colombo Trust (BTCT) Lyn Patterson (left), BTCT trustees Geordie McCallum, Annelise Scott, Julie Browne, Rotary president Rob Cameron, incoming Rotary president Warren Carter, directors Marilyn Bouzaid and Stephen Kerr. PHOTO/SUPPLIED

The Masterton South Rotary Club officially handed over its $30,000 grant to the Bring it to Colombo Trust on Tuesday.

The grant was an important part of the final push to raise enough money to fund the project to upgrade the netball facilities on Colombo Rd.

Rotary president Rob Cameron was on hand to present the cheque, and said they were thrilled to get behind such a worthy cause.

“It encompasses a large number of people who will benefit from it.

“That’s one of the big reasons we are getting behind it.”

It was about time netball had access to high quality facilities, as was the case with other sports in the region, he added.

“Rugby has good headquarters, hockey has good headquarters and netball is due for an upgrade.

“It will be great for netball in the region.”

1 COMMENT

  1. this is a good idea but again wairarapa choses to do it half arsed again. I have reasonly been to a basketball tournament in Hawera that had a 3 court complex that netball played in. They only have 15000 people.please rethink and go the whole way. combine with other sports such as indoor soccer, tennis, basketball and any other sport that can use it

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