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INVERELL RUGBY PARK SECURES $20,000 STATE GOVERNMENT GRANT

The Inverell Highlanders have registered an early win this week, with the club securing a $20,000 New South Wales Government local sports grant.

The announcement was made today by Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall.

The club intends to use the funding to better secure the sporting facility, with the reconstruction of a new perimeter fence.

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