Sports Central are committed to supporting the Central Highlands sporting community through the unique and challenging period created by COVID-19. To offer our services and share key information with a greater number of sporting clubs and leagues, active recreation groups and community sector partners, the Board of Management have decided to waive our membership fee for the remainder of 2020.
Sports Central is offering local sporting clubs the opportunity to host an online Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course for their members. RSA courses delivered by Sports Central are tailored to local club situations, giving participants confidence in serving behind the bar within a sporting club setting.
The Victorian Government’s $40 million Community Sport Sector Short-term Survival Package is now open. These grants have been made available to support the operational viability of community sport and active recreation organisations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Victorian Government has provided specific advice in relation to COVID-19 and community sport. The easing of restrictions means that sporting clubs, leagues and associations can plan and gradually roll out a return to activity.
The Grampians Giants invite anyone with intellectual disability interested in joining the team to get in touch or come down to a training session to have a go, meet the players, coaches and support staff. No footy experience needed.
Sports Central are pleased to launch a new gender equality project, Quick Wins for Sporting Clubs, supporting clubs to increase promotion, participation and leadership opportunities for women and girls.