This morning at Hosken Reserve I had some great conversations with parents and kids about the upcoming election.
— Peter Khalil MP (@PeterKhalilMP) May 12, 2019
The Parramatta Eels today announced that it has secured a $15 million funding commitment from the Federal Government to commence building the largest Community Rugby League facility in Australia.
— Parramatta Eels (@TheParraEels) May 13, 2019
The @GoldCoastSUNS join the @aflw next year & Labor is backing them. Today, Federal & State Labor committed $1.5M for new women’s change rooms. Our women players deserve the same high standard facilities as the blokes and Labor is making it happen! @AustralianLabor pic.twitter.com/oxc9RBPFqp
— Senator Murray Watt (@MurrayWatt) May 11, 2019
We have an extremely exciting future ahead of us! 🤩 Thanks to a $30M federal funding commitment from @AustralianLabor we can now rejuvenate the heart and home of cricket in WA! Thank you to all who have helped make it happen https://t.co/DrWKuakxA0 #yourwacaground lives on 💛 pic.twitter.com/wLu48UJjd2
— WACA (@WACA_Cricket) May 12, 2019
Netball Australia today welcomed a $30 million Coalition commitment to fund numerous initiatives – from grassroots through to high performance – which aim to secure a strong and long-term future for the sport.
— Netball Australia (@NetballAust) May 11, 2019
— Football Victoria (@footballvic) May 10, 2019
NEWS | The QRU’s iconic Ballymore Park will be transformed into a world class sports precinct and community facility, which will include a national headquarters for women’s rugby, following a $15 million election commitment from the @AustralianLabor
— Queensland Reds (@Reds_Rugby) May 8, 2019
Hawthorn Football Club will receive as much as $20 million in federal government funding for their new Dingley facility if Labor is elected on May 18.
— Real Footy (AFL) (@agerealfooty) May 8, 2019
— Vince Rugari (@VinceRugari) May 7, 2019
Opposition Leader @billshortenmp was at Allan Border Field this morning to announce a $7 million commitment to the development of the National Cricket Campus in Brisbane. Details https://t.co/ftDyhDOmM5. pic.twitter.com/BR1AePhDI9
— Queensland Cricket (@qldcricket) May 4, 2019
— Greg Blood (@gregblood) April 29, 2019
— The Sydney Morning Herald (@smh) April 27, 2019
— Greg Blood (@gregblood) April 26, 2019
— Greg Blood (@gregblood) April 23, 2019