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Two Ocean Grovers have been named as finalists in the Viva Energy Club Legend competition.
Ocean Grove Surf Life Saving Club’s David Renton and Surfside Waves Soccer Club’s Kevin Bowers were named in the 20 finalists for the award, which recognises a sporting player or volunteer who helps to make their local club great.
The 20 finalists are in the running to win $5000 with the runner-up receiving $2000 and all finalists receiving $1000. The clubs of the finalists will receive the same amount.
With total prize money exceeding $50,000 the Viva Energy Geelong Refinery really is strengthening its ongoing commitment to the local community.
All winners will be honoured at the Club Legend Awards Dinner hosted by Viva Energy at Simonds Stadium on 16 October.
The public will decide the eventual winners. Go to https://clublegend.com.au/vote/ to vote. Voting closes 4 October.

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