Cash windfall lands on court

KIAMA-SHELLHARBOUR District Tennis Association has received a huge boost thanks to The Shellharbour Club and Clubs NSW. As part of Clubs Grants, the association recently accepted a cheque for $5000, which has been used to meet some of the cost of resurfacing the association courts at McDonald Park at Albion Park Rail. Pictured are association treasurer Mavis Morphett, Shellharbour Club gaming manager Jason Petrolo and association junior development officer Bill Summerside at the presentation of the cheque. Picture: DAVID HALL

KIAMA-SHELLHARBOUR District Tennis Association has received a huge boost thanks to The Shellharbour Club and Clubs NSW. As part of Clubs Grants, the association recently accepted a cheque for $5000, which has been used to meet some of the cost of resurfacing the association courts at McDonald Park at Albion Park Rail. Pictured are association treasurer Mavis Morphett, Shellharbour Club gaming manager Jason Petrolo and association junior development officer Bill Summerside at the presentation of the cheque. Picture: DAVID HALL

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