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Midnight Basketball Ballarat Is Back!
Midnight Basketball is a FREE basketball competition aimed at young people aged 12 – 18 years of age who may not otherwise have the opportunity to play basketball. The program runs for 8 weeks starting at 7.30pm on the 5th of May at St Pat’s college. Everything is supplied free of charge & each participant is given […]Read more.
Club Management Seminar – Harwood Andrews
Harwood Andrews would like to invite you to attend their Not for Profit Seminar. This seminar is aimed at leaders and board members of Not for Profit clubs and organisations. Harwood Andrews will provide an overview of key legal issues impacting Not for Profit clubs and organisations. Date: Wednesday 17 may 2017 Location: PINARC, 1828 Sturt Street, […]Read more.
Update your Good Sports Accreditation
The Good Sports program (funded by the Alcohol & Drug Foundation) is the largest health initiative in Australian sport with over 6,500 clubs Australia wide partaking in the three-step accreditation process. The program and accreditation process is a simple but effective way to recognise the great work your club is already doing and/or make small […]Read more.
All Abilities Celtic Soccer Clinic
The world famous Celtic Football Club are coming to Ballarat. During this visit they are hosting a free All Abilities Soccer Clinic at Morshead Park. All Abilities Clinic Details Date: Saturday 15 April, 2017 Time: 9am – Midday Ages: All ages Cost: Free Location: Morshead Park, Sebastopol Register: Here (registrations are required)Read more.
April Sessions of Get Into Cardio Tennis Ballarat
Tennis Victoria will be running Get Into Cardio Tennis in Ballarat throughout April! Get Into Cardio Tennis is a 45 minute game-based group exercise session suitable for those aged 16 years and over. The session differs from traditional tennis, with the program being ran in green open spaces such as ovals and parks. Participants don’t need […]Read more.
Women’s Leadership in Sport – Meet Rhonda Tighe
Rhonda Tighe has been actively involved in the Ballarat Netball community for the last 40 years. Like many others, Rhonda was first involved with netball as a player, with her favourite sporting memory being winning a grand final whilst playing in the snow. From here Rhonda progressed onto become a coach, umpire, mentor and life […]Read more.