$2Million grant awarded to All Saints FC

11 MAR | BY MICHAEL CLAYTON

Sunday March 10
Anthony Roberts, NSW State MP announced a $2 Million grant to All Saints Hunters Hill F.C. for redevelopment of Gladesville Reserve to include state of the art artificial playing surface, fencing, lighting and player facilities.

The announcement was attended by Hunters Hill Mayor Mark Bennett and Councillor Zak Miles who also advised consideration was underway to rename the reserve Paul Manton Reserve in tribute to the the clubs past president Paul Manton who passed away last year and was a driving force behind the initiative.

Representatives from Football Federation Australia, Football NSW and GHFA were also in attendance to support the announcement.

Euan MacLeod, 2019 Club President said, “This is wonderful news for the club and community football in this area. This will be the first time in 75 years that All Saints will have a proper home and club house to allow us to grow the game and develop players of all ages.”

The Club thanks Anthony Roberts for his invaluable support to us and his ongoing commitment to volunteer and community organisations in the local area.

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