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AAA Sport Ballarat named Initiative of the Year
Ballarat based group, Access All Abilities (AAA) Sport Ballarat have received state-wide recognition for their innovative work in the disability sport sector. AAA Sport Ballarat was titled ‘Initiative of the Year’ at the 2017 Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Awards, held in Southbank on Thursday night. Michael Flynn accepts the award on AAA Sport Ballarat’s […]Read more.
Women’s Leadership in Sport – Meet Kellie Tait
Kellie Tait is the founder/coordinator of Access All Abilities (AAA) Sport Ballarat. AAA Sport Ballarat is a not-for-profit organisation which exists to provide introductory sporting programs for children with disabilities. The group gives local children the rare opportunity to participate in organised sport. AAA Sport Ballarat provides a tailored environment that promotes fun, friendship and […]Read more.
Walking Football in Ballarat
Walking Football is a modified version of the game (soccer). The sport is suited for females and males aged over the age of 50 (but not exclusive to), who wish to participate in social physical activity and sport, but are looking for a lower impact option. Participants are only allowed to walk, with penalties given […]Read more.
Junior Girls Only Badminton Program
Following on from the fantastic girls only badminton event ran yesterday by Erin Carroll, Vicky Na and Rhonda Cator at the Ballarat Badminton Association (see media release here), a four week girls only badminton program will commence NEXT Monday the 7th of August. All girls (aged over the age of 11 years of age), are […]Read more.
Jennie Price, CEO Sport England visits Sports Central
Sports Central hosted Jennie Price, the CEO of Sport England in Ballarat and Clunes on Thursday 27th July. Jennie met with Sports Central to discuss the role of the Regional Sports Assembly and it’s partnership with VicHealth. VicHealth have announced a partnership with Sport England and the launch of This Girl Can – Victoria campaign. […]Read more.
Changes to Working with Children Checks
From 1st August 2017 there are important changes to the Working with Children (WWC) Check. These changes are due to an amendment to the Working with Children Act (2005) and may effect your sporting club/organisation. Below is a summary of the changes – Expand the definition of ‘direct contact’ from the Act The definition of direct contact […]Read more.