Pomborneit CC Second Oval Project

Pomborneit CC Second Oval Project

Raised

$1,142.06

Goal

$250,000.00

Having expanded our cricket program to such an extent that we have outgrown our current facilities, in 2022 the club purchased 9 acres of land adjacent to the Pomborneit Recreation Reserve to build a second oval to cater for our current 14 teams and for future growth of the club. The Pomborneit CC currently fields 3 senior men's and 5 junior boys teams, as well as 2 senior women's and 4 junior girls teams as we strive to offer a complete pathway of cricket for males and females of all ages and abilities. While the club was able to fund the land purchase itself, we require support to develop a new ground from scratch. 

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Raised

$1,142.06

Goal

$250,000.00

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