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Raine and Horne Murraylands will present RMNA’s A grade best and fairest award for 2023
This Murray Bridge-based real estate business makes a habit of giving back to community sporting organisations.
This sponsored post is brought to you by Raine and Horne Murraylands.
When River Murray netball’s night of nights rolls around on Monday, Raine and Horne Murraylands will be there.
The local real estate agency will sponsor the A grade best and fairest award again this year, celebrating some of our region’s best athletes.
In the running for the award, according to the River Murray Netball Association, are:
Imperials: Olivia Bolt, Kailah Dalle-Molle, Casey DeMichele
Jervois: Courtney Afford
Mallee: Tenille Gray, Shayelan Paech
Mannum: Kellie McGormann
Mypolonga: Kelly Altmann, Shannon Green, Stacey Hein
Southern Mallee: Olivia Clark, Taylor Dabinett
That’s not the only sponsorship Raine and Horne has on the go, either – as well as the River Murray Netball Association, the agency also supports the River Murray Football League and Murray Bridge Speedway as well as individual clubs.
Principal John DeMichele said sponsorships were a good way of giving back to the community.
“It keeps the community together, gives not-for-profit sporting clubs an opportunity to buy equipment and, in turn, gets kids into sport and keeps them out of trouble,” he said.
“We believe all kids should have an opportunity to be involved in sport … and we think the money we make with locals should be spent with locals.
“We all live in Murray Bridge, we all work in Murray Bridge and we all play in Murray Bridge.”
Once footy and netty are finished, what next?
Once you’re recovered from footy and netty finals, you might like to get some of those nagging jobs done around the house.
If you’ve been thinking of selling, it will be the time to get the garden looking nice, get some photos taken and get in ahead of the traditional spring rush.
Demand for riverfront properties should be particularly strong this year, given the market-wide pause that occurred during last summer’s floods.
Take the property at 21 Sunnyside Road, Sunnyside pictured, for example: who wouldn’t want to build on a freehold lot only metres from the river?
For advice, an appraisal or to finally make that move you’ve been meaning to make for a while, contact the friendly, approachable team at Raine and Horne Murraylands today.
They’re good sports.
The team at Raine and Horne Murraylands are here to help you with advice on any real estate matter.
Visit www.raineandhorne.com.au/murraylands, call 8532 3833 or drop into the office at 4 Seventh Street, Murray Bridge.
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