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Sport

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Western Australian Cricket Association

The Rambal family and Perdaman Industries are proud supporters of the West Australian Cricket Association and in particular Western Warriors' Coach Tom Moody.

This strong association with the WACA was enhanced in October 2008 with the launch of the 'Rambal Warriors', the Western Warriors side that was to take part in the inaugural Champions' League Twenty20 tournament in India against some of the world's best twenty20 provincial teams from India, England, Pakistan and Australia.

While the tragic events that took place in Mumbai during December 2008 quite rightly prompted the cancellation of the tournament, the Rambal Family is looking forward to seeing the Rambal Warriors in action in the future.

Aside from cricket, Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers is a strong supporter of other sports such as rugby and the Palmyra Rugby Union Club in Western Australia.

Perdaman Cricket Clinic

Thursday 25 February marked the first annual Perdaman Cricket Clinic held at Roche Park in Collie.

In association with the Perdaman South West Cricket Academy, Retravision Warriors including Mitchell Marsh, Michael Hogan, Drew Porter and Luke Towers joined Head Coach Tom Moody and the Academy's own High Performance Coach Andy Cottam, to put on a fun filled morning session of Super 8's matches with students from Amaroo Primary School, Fairview Primary School, St Brigids Primary and Wilson Park Primary.

The clinic was supported by the Collie Cricket Club who was on hand to provide extra assistance.

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Perdaman South West Cricket Academy

Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers is delighted to sponsor the Perdaman South West Cricket Academy in a deal with the Western Australian Cricket Association which will see Collie reap additional benefits.

Perdaman has made a commitment to support the Collie community wherever possible and this was not forgotten when turning the vision of the Cricket Academy into reality. Collie cricket players have been allocated positions on the academy squad as well as the opportunity to gain training and advice through cricket clinics to be held in Collie with Tom Moody and Warriors players.

Mr Rambal realises the importance sport plays in rural communities and is proud to be involved in the Perdaman South West Cricket Academy alongside the Western Australian Cricket Association. It is a chance to develop not only young cricketers in the South West but also provide opportunities for senior players and coaches in the South West area.

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View scorecard of Perdaman South West Cricket Academy u14s vs Great Southern

Collie Rugby Event

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Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers was delighted to support the Collie Rugby Club Mongrels take on the West Australia Wheelchair Rugby team The Enforcers at a charity match on Saturday 13th June at Roche Park Recreation Centre in Collie.

The event was an outstanding success with the game being commentated live on 1089am radio and Western Force forward, Tom Hocking, there to present the raffle prize of a signed framed Western Force jersey.

Organised by Collie Rugby Club President George Kelly, the event was aimed to raise funds for the Collie Shire Disability fund.

Health & Medical Research

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The Rambal family and Perdaman Industries have made a leadership donation to the "remember me" campaign, which is raising funds to find a cure and for the ongoing care for people with Alzheimer's disease.

The campaign is a joint initiative between the McCusker Foundation for Alzheimer's Disease Research and Alzheimer's Australia WA.

The Rambal Family have made their support for the "remember me" campaign public in the hope that others in the community will also make a contribution.

Education

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With the passing of Mr Perdaman Krishan Rambal, the late father of Mr Vikas Rambal, the Rambal family was seeking the opportunity to make a lasting contribution to the school where Mr Rambal Snr's two grandsons are being educated.

In December, 2007, the Rambal family was proud to see the opening of the Christchurch Grammar School's new Preparatory School playground, a large web-like climbing structure which today helps the boys climb, explore and be creative while keeping them fit and active.

The playground, while now offering hours of fun and enjoyment to the boys at the school also provides a fitting reminder for Mr Rambal Snr's life long love for learning.

Collie Senior High School

Perdaman Chemicals & Fertilisers were proud to support Collie Senior High School in their participation at the Science & Engineering Challenge 2009.

With over 70 schools from across the state taking part, Collie SHS took first place honours at their heat in Australind on November 5 which lead to their invitation to the Super Challenge in Perth on November 17. Surrounded by activites which reflect current issues such as energy generation and climate change, the students worked through a vast array of challenges which required them to continually modify and improve on what they had constructed.

Collie SHS came 4th in a total of eight schools competing at the Super Challenge.

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Culture and the Arts

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The Rambal Family have been strong supporters of culture and the arts supporting performances in Perth by Ustad Zakir Hussain, acclaimed tabla virtuoso, Pung Cholom an exhilarating dance from the Indian state of Manipur and Sonu Niigaam, often referred to as India's best playback singer and as the Golden Voice of Indipop.

Similarly, the Rambal Family have been delighted to be involved with the "Dream Girls of Bollywood", one of Bollywood's authentic musicals and an opportunity for local audiences to get a brief glimpse of some of India's rich and exciting art and culture.

Industry

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Vikas Rambal is a proud life-member of the Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Institute, a registered not-for-profit, non-government organisation that provides a forum for Indians living in India and abroad to discuss their business challenges and achievements.

The Institute promotes NRI investment in India and paves the way towards building strong relationships with local government and authorities.

Its members are kept informed through a fortnightly newsletter, magazine and hold international conferences and seminars throughout the year.