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RED Cliffs Lawn Tennis Club (RCLTC) can enjoy greater peace of mind after a grant enabled them to buy a defibrillator.
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DONATION: Red Cliffs Lawn Tennis Club president Gavin Lynch (left) and treasurer Brad Lever (right) are presented with a cheque by Merbein and District Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank board member Kath Middleton (centre).

Through a $1500 grant from the Merbein and District Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank, the club bought the life-saving equipment from St John’s

Ambulance.

The cost of defibrillators to community groups and sporting clubs is being subsidised by St John’s Ambulance, after the recent success of its “Defibs Save Lives” campaign.

RCLTC president Gavin Lynch said the equipment was vital in the unlikely event of a sudden cardiac arrest incident at the club.

“We realised through a couple of events last year that we didn’t have one, including the incident where an (SFNL) umpire (Andrew Leske) collapsed at training and was revived by a defibrillator,” Lynch said.

“We wanted to have one here, just in case.”

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