- South C Dragons provides paddles, life jackets (PFD), a safety briefing and technique instruction.
- Wear suitable clothing, e.g., leggings or shorts, T-shirt, sun hat.
- Bring a towel, sunblock and drink bottle.
- Footwear – no thongs or bare feet.
- We will hold casual scratch matches at no cost.
- Just come down, have a run-around, and enjoy getting back out there and throwing the ball around.
- We will have one field going with more experienced players taking part in scratch matches and on the other field extended coaching sessions, building up to games, for new or less experienced players looking to learn more about Touch Footy.
The 2021 edition of the South West Games will take place with the theme of ‘Sports and Physical Activation’ in a COVID Safe environment from the 20th to 28th November.
The 2021 South West Games aims to re-activate sport and active recreational opportunities for the communities in South West Victoria. Additionally, local clubs can use the Games to welcome new members, displaying the essence of the sport through social modified style activities or come and try sessions.
The Surf ‘T’ Surf Committee provides an annual allocation from the event proceeds to support Athletes/Officials/Administrators/Volunteers who have been selected to attend a national or international event.
South West Sport will assess the applications with grants* of up to $500 given to successful applicants.
Applications OPEN until Thursday 25th January 2018
*the number and size of grants given will depend on funding allocation and number of applicants.
People of all ages and abilities will be able to swim, run and ride their way around a modified triathlon course as part of the Warrnambool Tri Club Sufferfest weekend. The course will be flexible to accommodate all abilities and participants can choose to run or walk, swim or wade and bike, trike or wheelchair their way to triathlon glory. Team entries will also be accepted.
Click the link below to see the flyer on how to register.
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Applications are now open for Active Club Grants – funding for sports injury prevention and management equipment; and essential sporting equipment/items. Grants of up to $3000 (excl. GST) per application are available.
NOTE: This is a change from previous years.
Active Club Grants recognise the important role local clubs/organisations play in increasing physical activity and helping communities stay connected. Priority will be given to applications from clubs/organisations who can demonstrate that cost is likely to be a significant barrier to sport and active recreation due to relative socioeconomic disadvantage and/or are committed to reducing injuries which prevent people from leading a more active lifestyle.
Who can apply?
Applications will only be accepted from clubs/organisations that facilitate or organise community-based sport and active recreation opportunities as one of their primary functions. Recipients of 2011-12 and 2012-13 Active Club Grants are NOT eligible.
For further information or to apply for this grant online, visit www.vichealth.vic.gov.au/activeclub
The funding round closes 4pm Thursday 5 December, 2013.