Grants for Saints, Raiders

Wodonga Raiders president Nic Conway, AFL Victoria officials Grant Saunders and Glenn Finlayson and Wodonga Saints president Clayton Wood celebrate grants. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Wodonga Raiders president Nic Conway, AFL Victoria officials Grant Saunders and Glenn Finlayson and Wodonga Saints president Clayton Wood celebrate grants. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

THE Wodonga Saints and Wodonga Raiders have won grants from AFL Victoria Country.

The Tallangatta and District league Saints have been handed $8000 to spend on upgrading their facilities at Martin Park, while the Raiders were given $3750 to improve their function room.

The clubs applied through AFL Victoria Country’s grants and funding program.

AFL North East Border leagues manager Glenn Finlayson said it was great news for football in Wodonga.

“The money they have received will help them continue to improve their facilities,” he said.

“They have put in a lot of hard work in the last couple of years so it’s a credit to them.”

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