We have had a very busy year already in our mission to give the young and disadvantaged a sporting chance. This is what we have committed so far in 2014. The annual grant of $3000 was presented to the Territory Imparja Cup Male and Women Teams (below) who performed so well in Alice Springs in February.

Northern Territory Chairman Michael Martin presents a cheque for $1000 to the 2014 Lord's Taverners Young Female of the year Tabatha Saville  The occasion was a Lord's Taverners Cocktail Party to celebrate the Imparja Cup held at Krafty's Steakhouse in Alice Springs on the 12th of February 2015.

NT Womens Team  who were Runners up at 2014 Imparja Cup. With National Chairman Greg Brown (right) and NT Chairman Michael Martin (left).

Tahnee Afuhaamango

A donation of $1500 to NT world record holder Tahnee Afuhaamango  to assist her in competing in the 2014 Down Syndrome World Swimming Championships in Morelia, Mexico. Read the letter of appreciation HERE.

A cheque for $4400 to Total Recreation to support it's team attend the 2014 Indoor Ten Pin Bowling National Championship in Hobart.

A cheque for $500 to Tabitha Saville from Alice Springs who has been recognised as the Young Female Cricketer of the year.

A donation of $1500 has been provided to Cyclone Boxing which provides alternative choices for Territory youth.

A commitment of $15,000 over the next 2 year for the NT Crickets Red Dust program which is developing cricket in remote Territory communities. See our feature story HERE.

Darwin, Major Centres winner at 2014 Imparja Cup

Click HERE to read the 2015 Imparja Cup Report