GROUP GIVEN A SPORT­ING CHANCE

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Royal Kings Park Ten­nis Club, based at Next Gen Kings Park, has do­nated ten­nis rac­quets and balls to not-for-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion Fair Game. The sport­ing equip­ment will be de­liv­ered to un­der­ser­viced com­mu­ni­ties to help in­spire healthy ac­tiv­i­ties.

YOUNG peo­ple in un­der­ser­viced com­mu­ni­ties will re­ceive a gen­er­ous de­liv­ery of ten­nis rac­quets and balls, thanks to the Royal Kings Park Ten­nis Club.

The club, based at Next Gen Kings Park, col­lected the used sport­ing equip­ment and handed it over to Fair Game chief ex­ec­u­tive Nicki Bard­well last month.

Fair Game is an Aus­tralian char­ity that helps in­spire healthy com­mu­ni­ties via do­nated re­cy­cled sports equip­ment, and by de­liv­er­ing sport, fit­ness and health pro­grams.

Ms Bard­well said the pre-loved sports equip­ment would have a pos­i­tive so­cial and en­vi­ron­men­tal im­pact.

“Fair Game will give it a sec­ond life by dis­tribut­ing it to re­gional and re­mote com­mu­ni­ties across WA where it will help re­move the bar­ri­ers to par­tic­i­pa­tion in sport,” she said.

Royal Kings Park Ten­nis Club pres­i­dent Bruno Ca­marri said Fair Game was an ex­cel­lent char­ity.

Richard Hardy, Theodore Ken­wor­thy-Groen, Nicki Bard­well and Bruno Ca­marri.

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