FEMALE FRIENDLY... Broughton-Mundoora netballers Eden Ferme, Tahlia Stringer, Karsha Ireland, Lylah Daniel, Keeley Hewett, Indie Sims, Isabelle Lovell, Nikki Thompson and GWS Giants midfielder and former Broughton-Mundoora football player Tait Mackrill are excited the Port Broughton Sporting Club is applying for grants to make the changerooms more female friendly. FEMALE FRIENDLY... Broughton-Mundoora netballers Eden Ferme, Tahlia Stringer, Karsha Ireland, Lylah Daniel, Keeley Hewett, Indie Sims, Isabelle Lovell, Nikki Thompson and GWS Giants midfielder and former Broughton-Mundoora football player Tait Mackrill are excited the Port Broughton Sporting Club is applying for grants to make the changerooms more female friendly.

TIME TO CHANGE IT UP

Port Broughton Sporting Club wants female-friendly facilities

The Port Broughton Combined Sporting Club will apply for grants to give its changeroom facilities a major makeover.

The changerooms were built in the 1960s, don’t meet a number of standards and aren’t female friendly as they contain open urinals and showers.

“In 2010 we had stakeholder planning meeting and there was a vision put together for the future until 2020,” club member Ali Rogers said.

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