Cricket club rooms in new year

with a new pitch roller

The Brisbane Water Cricket Club has received $28,000 of funding through the 2022 Community Building Partnership Program to purchase a cricket pitch roller.

Liesl Tesch with members of Brisbane Waters Cricket Club.

17 February 2023


MEMBER for Gosford, Liesl Tesch, is thrilled that the funding will allow the club, with the new inclusion of a women’s and junior teams, to have a good quality pitch.


“With the inclusion of a women’s team and junior teams in the club, it is great to know that the club will be able to provide a quality pitch,” Ms Tesch said.


“Coasties should have the access to good quality sporting grounds. This grant will ensure that players have access to a high calibre pitch.”


Ken Pieroz, Club President of the club, welcomes the funding, commenting on how the grant has benefited the club.


“With this new roller, it will ensure we’re providing a true level playing field,” he said.


“Without this funding, we’d be struggling.”


Ms Tesch also says that is important to have a safe and fair environment.


“It’s important to have a fair and safe environment which can only be done by quality equipment.”


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