Slam Dunk for Narrandera Sports Stadium

Insulation improvement works have been completed at the Narrandera Sports Stadium thanks to funding of $65,000 secured by Narrandera Shire Council through the fourth Round through the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund.

Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke said she was excited to officially unveil the completed works at the Stadium today with Narrandera Shire Council.

“The improvements at the Stadium are amazing, well done to local contractors PCR Building who have lined the internal walls with insulated cool room panels, your team have done a fantastic job,” Ms Cooke said.

“The players are going to love coming here to show off their court skills and the spectators will also benefit for the acoustic and thermal comforts.

“Participation in sport and active recreation makes us healthier, happier and has many economic benefits for the whole community.

“Our sports stadiums are so much more than a place for our athletes to compete they also provide a space for school concerts and community events.

“It is so important that we support our community infrastructure for locals and visitors to enjoy not only now but also for the future.”

Narrandera Shire Council Mayor Cr Neville Kschenka said he welcomes the upgrades to the Narrandera Stadium which has enabled Council to make significant improvements to this valued and popular facility.

“Local contractors PCR Building Services carried out the project, installing insulation across the interior of the walls to provide greater comfort and acoustics for users throughout the year,” Cr Kschenka said.

“Our sporting facilities are some of the best in the Riverina, and we are eager to continue making improvements to these vital venues to encourage more regional sporting events across Narrandera Shire.”

We have seen over $5.1 million invested in Narrandera Shire to deliver 30 projects since 2017 thanks to the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities Fund.

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