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South Warrandyte Tennis Club are upgrading their club’s facilities by creating five permanent ANZ Tennis Hot Shots courts.
Collingrove Tennis Club used their grant to renovate their clubhouse and improved the seating indoors.
Euroa Lawn Tennis Club are using their grant to build a shed so they can store all their equipment securely.
St Albans Tennis Club are renovating their clubhouse, creating new cabinetry and purchasing new kitchen appliances to help bring in new community members.
Wyalong Public School replaced the damaged fencing around their courts with their grant.
Two Wells District Tennis Club Inc are using their grant to build a shed to store all their tennis equipment in, freeing up space in their clubhouse.
Terranora Tennis are using their grant money to start rebuilding their clubhouse after it was burnt down by arsonists.
Sunshine Tennis are using their grant to install shade sails around their courts in preparation for summer.
North Beach Tennis Club Inc are using their grant to build some spectator seating and shade sails around their courts.
Mt Lawley Tennis Club are installing some shade sails for spectators with their grant.
Hope Island Tennis Club are resurfacing their tennis courts, they're over 10 years old and are becoming unsafe for the kids.
North Woden Tennis Club are making their club more accessible by installing two disabled access toilets.
Devonport Tennis Club are using their grant to fix up their hitting wall and complete some fencing around their courts.
Maryborough and District Junior Tennis Association are building some new ANZ Tennis Hot Shots courts with their grant.
Happy Valley Tennis Club are resurfacing their courts with their grant.
Casuarina Street Primary School are using their grant to install tennis courts at their school, they currently play on the grass.
Gosford Tennis Club are refurbishing their toilet block with their grant.
Greenwell Point Public School are building permanent ANZ Tennis Hot Shots courts with their grant.
Pax Hill Tennis Club are using their grant to build a hitting wall and make their club more accessible for those in a wheelchair.
Mt Eliza Tennis Club are using their grant to improve the accessibility in their club. They are changing the doors of the clubhouse to accommodate wheelchair access.
Fairfax Public School used their grant to replace the court fencing and upgrade the court.
Emerald Tennis Club improved access around the club including seating, shelter and improvements to the clubroom.
Clubhouse renovations were carried out with Uranquinty's grant.
Clarinda Tennis Club put their grant towards upgrading toilet facilities and upgrading the clubhouse to be accessible for wheelchairs.
Kalamunda Tennis Club used their grant to reconstruct the damaged fence around their court
Upgrades were made to the clubhouse including installing new wheelchair accessible paths to the courts at Tumut Lawn Tennis Club
Crafers Tennis Club will use their grant to refurbish the clubroom and upgrade their courts.
Tuross Head Tennis Club put their grant towards installing a new hitwall for the club's use.
Innisfail District Tennis Association will use their grant to build a new canteen and make upgrades to their clubhouse.
Coatesville Tennis Club used the grant to make their club more accessibile to people with disabilities.
The grant for Goroke Tennis Club will be put towards upgrading their club's facilities and improving the condition of their courts.
The shading will be repaired at Middlemount Community Sports Association.
Nungurner Primary School used their grant for court upgrades.
The Rutherglen Lawn Tennis Club will use their grant to build a weather proof shelther at their club.
Weston Creek will use the grant to upgrade their club’s gazebos so that more families can watch their children participate in the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots program.
Southern Support School will create a dedicated tennis court area for students.
Scone Hardcourt Tennis Association used their grant to run free community tennis coaching programs.
The tennis courts were upgraded at the Long Flat Tennis Club.
Lighting for the court area will be put in at Wongan Hills Tennis Club.
Proserpine District Lawn Tennis Association put their grant funding towards rebuilding the club after the damage caused from Cyclone Debbie.