HALLS Head Football Club has received new permanent dugouts thanks to some big-hearted Wagerup refinery volunteers.
With the help of volunteers, the relatively young football club has taken another step in ensuring that their players have class facilities for training and on match day.
The club will also receive a $3000 grant as a part of Alcoa’s Coming Together in Our Neighbourhoods (ACTION) Program due to the efforts of club stalwart Mick Lally.
The money will go towards upgrading the facilities and the club’s operating costs.
Mr Lally said the money will make a massive difference to the club.
“We are one of the younger clubs in the Alcoa Peel Football League so developing our facilities up to standard is a priority for us,” he said.
“I would really like to thank all the team that were involved as many aren’t associated with the club on a regular basis, but happily helped out and did a great job which was appreciated.”