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Rock Up Netball set to commence in Hepburn Shire Council
We’re excited to announce the introduction of Rock Up Netball in the Hepburn Shire Council region, in partnership with Daylesford Football Netball Club. Rock Up Netball is the social way to play, delivered by Netball Victoria. Developed in conjunction with VicHealth, the program is tailored to meet the different fitness and skill levels of women […]Read more.
Sons of the West returns in 2019!
Sons of the West is a FREE men’s health program for men aged 18 and over living, working and recreating in Victoria’s west. First delivered in Ballarat in 2016, the Western Bulldogs Community Foundation has again partnered the City of Ballarat and Sports Central to deliver the Sons of the West program this year. The 10-week program […]Read more.
Meet Gemma, a This Girl Can local champion
Meet Gemma. Age 13. Voice of youth, fitness boxer, 1st Wendouree Scout and a This Girl Can local champion. Showing girls how you can get active and be adventurous regardless of your age and gender! ‘This Girl Can – Vic’ – is a campaign designed to celebrate and support Victorian women and girls like Gemma, […]Read more.
International Women’s Day 2019
Sports Central are proud to support and celebrate International Women’s Day 2019. The campaign theme for this year is #BalanceforBetter International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. 2019’s campaign focuses on […]Read more.
Meet Sharon, a This Girl Can local champion
Meet Sharon. Mother & wife. Health educator for children, Rock Up-Netballer, Dragon Boat racer. Showing women how you can get active and taking the time out for yourself by exploring what’s on offer in Ballarat! ‘This Girl Can – Vic’ is a campaign designed to celebrate and support Victorian women and girls like Sharon, who […]Read more.
Act@Play commences with AFL Goldfields and Basketball Ballarat
Sports Central, in partnership with Women’s Health Grampians, have commenced rolling out Act@Play, a violence against women pilot project with two local sporting associations. Act@Play is a gender equality, cultural change initiative delivered in a sport and recreation setting contributing to the prevention of violence against women in Victoria. This program is funded through Sport […]Read more.