Financial Assistance – 2011 NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout

8 September, 2011

NSWALC Financial Assistance - 2011 NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout

NSWALC is pleased to confirm that financial assistance is available for men's and women's teams registered in the 2011 NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout to be held at the Carrington Park Sporting Complex, Bathurst from 30 September to 3rd October.

NSWALC Grants are available for teams registered in the Knockout to assist with reimbursement of registration fees.  Grants of $1,000 (men's) and $500 (women's) can be accessed by providing the following information:-

  • Completion of the NSWALC 2011 Knockout Grant Application Form;
  • ABN Information; 
  • Bank Account Details;
  • Confirmation of your registration with Barwon Aboriginal Corporation and its receipt showing that registration fees have been paid.

ABN Information: If you are an individual  who has paid the registration fee on behalf of a team and you are claiming reimbursement, you are required to complete the Statement by a Supplier form. If you're an organisation paying on behalf of a team, you are required to provide your organisation's ABN. Any teams without an ABN, please complete the Statement by a Supplier form. This form can be completed in lieu of an ABN and the first box must be ticked in Part 3 of the form . Please do not provide an ABN number if your team does not have an ABN.

Please note that all teams must provide all relevant information as listed above prior to the NSWALC grant being processed.  In the event that all information is not provided, the payment of grant funds will be delayed.

For further information and/or to obtain additional application forms, please contact Jessica Bamblett on (02) 9689 4444.

Geoff Scott
Chief Executive Officer

8 September 2011


We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the lands where we work as well as across the lands we travel through. We also acknowledge our Elders past, present and emerging.

Artwork Credit: Craig Cromelin, from a painting he did titled, "4 favourite fishing holes". It is a snippet of his growing years on the Lachlan River, featuring yabby, turtle, fish and family.