TBA Awarded Funding for NSW Registered Centres

By Tenpin Bowling Australia
May 4, 2022

Tenpin Bowling Australia (TBA) is delighted to receive funding as part of the NSW Government’s 2021 Community Sport Recovery Package.

The NSW Government made up to $20.3 million available to help sport and recreation organisations recommence operations so NSW residents could resume the activities they love.

There were two components to the Community Sport Recovery Package 2021 with TBA receiving, a one-off grant of up to $1,000 through the Grassroots Sport Fund to assist with recovery from the impacts of COVID-19 and the recommencement of community sport.

Due to the impact of COVID-19 restrictions in 2020 and 2021, which resulted in lengthy centre closures across NSW, TBA CEO Rohan O’Neill would like to thank the NSW Government for their support in helping centres to get back on their feet and get young tenpin bowlers back on the lanes.

“Thank you to the NSW Government for supporting the re-start of community sport,” said O’Neill.

“The Grassroots Sport Fund will assist centres with financial costs incurred by COVID-19 as a result of cancelled events and extended closures.”

A total of 21 tenpin bowling centres across NSW received the grant as part of being a registered TBA registered centre.


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