Coming up on May 25, Old Scotch Football Club will host Victorian Amateur Football Association Premier B round seven action, taking on University Blacks at McQueen Stadium, with the match-up broadcast LIVE to Facebook and the club website.
Speaking about the newest events being added into the Grant Program, Anytime Fitness Local Area Marketing representative Fred Drew said he was excited to help showcase such wonderful community events.
“We love having the ability to support our local communities, and thanks to my Sport Live the opportunity is there to do just that!” He said.
“To have a game of footy through the VAFA, that are supporting active participation within their local areas is pleasing to see.”
“This event abide by our values in positively supporting healthy lifestyles, and we look forward to involving the associated Victorian communities in our ambition.”
Old Scotch Football Club General Manager Peter Simpson, is very excited for the club and the surrounding suburbs of Camberwell, within the City of Boroondara.
“We’re very excited to be the successful recipient, the VAFA competition and our club have shown dedication in bringing communities closer together, in our case for 98 years,” he said.
“This broadcast is the perfect opportunity to showcase what we represent in promoting health and physical activity to the surrounding Camberwell region.”
“Thank-you especially to Anytime Fitness in Camberwell, My Sport Live, RSN 927 and VAFA for this fantastic opportunity to promote our great club and its community partners.”
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