Queensland Cricket: National Disaster Recovery Fund | Completed Projects

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Recently, facilities across South East Queensland affected by the February 2022 floods were encouraged to apply for support funding from the Natural Disaster Recovery Fund (NDRF) administered by Cricket Australia.

The objective of the NDRF is to assist players, officials, volunteers and communities across Australian Cricket to recover from their setbacks and rebuild the facilities around the sport that have been rendered unplayable following the recent natural disasters in the area.

Queensland Cricket is happy to report a number of facilities have now been completed, many with the assistance of other relevant grants, such as the State Governments Community and Recreational Assets Recovery and Resilience Program.

Some recently completed projects that received funding from the NDRF are:

Loganholme Cricket Club – Refurbishment of floodlighting

Coolum Cricket Club – Refurbishment of cricket nets

Fassifern Cricket Association – Synthetic pitch resurface

Brookfield United Cricket Club – Refurbishment of cricket nets

To notify us of your infrastructure needs, please contact your local Cricket Manager or the Grants & Infrastructure team:

  • James Brimblecombe – Community Infrastructure Coordinator James.Brimblecombe@qldcricket.com.au
  • Sam Curtis – State Infrastructure Manager Sam.Curtis@qldcricket.com.au

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