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AFL money for St Arnaud

The AFL has swung its support behind a $3-million project to develop a multi-purpose centre at St Arnaud’s historic Lord Nelson Park.
The AFL has pledged $100,000 for the project, designed to meet the needs of St Arnaud district’s broad cross-section of sporting groups.
Driven by St Arnaud Recreation Advisory Group, the new building will include new female-friendly change rooms that comply with AFL, soccer, netball, cricket and hockey requirements. It will also have facilities for umpires and trainers’ rooms and provision for new canteen-kitchen, first-aid and storage facilities.
Northern Grampians Shire mayor Tony Driscoll welcomed the AFL’s commitment to the project.
“We are very appreciative of the AFL’s commitment and it’ll certainly be a great benefit to our community,” he said.
AFL Victoria Central Victoria regional manager Carol Cathcart said the Lord Nelson Park project was a priority project listed in an AFL Central Victoria Regional Facilities Strategy.

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