Join coach Guy Molloy and the Deakin Melbourne Boomers as they take you through an informative session on developing your team philosophy, strategy and game plan.

The first hour will be a presentation and discussion with Guy, while the second hour will be an open training session with the boomers taking the court.

Open to all domestic and squad coaches




Melbourne Victory Football Club is proud to support VicHealth’s This Girl Can – Victoria campaign encouraging more women and girls to get active.

Melbourne Victory & GippSport want to share the fun of football with you!

No matter your level of fitness, this FREE event is for you.

Location: Kernot Hall, 50-70 Princes Dr, Morwell

Date: September 19, 2018

Time: Football activities commence at 5.30pm, followed by light meal and refreshments.
Event concludes 7.30pm.

To Register visit

Triple Crown more than just games!  

September’s Triple Crown bonanza will be more than just an on court battle between the Deakin Melbourne Boomers and the Bendigo Spirit.

Both teams will spend time in the community meeting fans and offer a range of opportunities to get involved including school visits, coaching sessions, player clinics and autograph sessions.

People are encouraged to book early for these sessions as places are limited.


Latrobe Leisure Traralgon
Thursday 13 September, 1.30 – 2.30pm
Come along and watch the Deakin Melbourne Boomers WNBL and Bendigo Spirit shoot-around before the opening Triple Crown game in Traralgon.

SCHOOL VISITS (Maffra & Sale)

Friday 14 September,  Sale (Morning) & Maffra (Afternoon)
Both WNBL teams will be visiting 8 local schools for a range of talks and on court activities.

SQUAD:  Players & Coaches (Churchill)

Latrobe Leisure Churchill
Saturday 15 September, 1 – 3pm
Join the Bendigo Spirit WNBL players and coaches for a FREE 2hr session at Latrobe Leisure Churchill. Open to squad players (80 spots – boys/girls 10yrs to 18yrs) and coaches, booking essential.

BEGINNERS & DOMESTIC: Players & Coaches (Morwell)

Latrobe Leisure Morwell
Saturday 15 September, 1.30 – 3.30pm
Join the Bendigo Spirit WNBL players and coaches on court at Latrobe Leisure Morwell for skills, drills and lots of fun. For the coaches, learn how to keep it fun and teach the basics of basketball.


Warragul Leisure Centre
Saturday 15 September, 1pm – 3pm
Coaches:  Unlimited
Join the Deakin Melbourne Boomers coaches & players as they take you through an informative session on developing team strategy, game plans and coaching for each age group. Open to domestic & squad coaches.

For more info visit – HTTP://BIT.LY/TCBOOMERS

New funding to get regional Victorians active



GippSport is one of nine regional sport assemblies sharing in $4.5million in new VicHealth funding to support more regional Victorians to get active.

The three-year funding will help to make sport and physical activity more accessible and attractive to regional teenagers and women inspired to get active by VicHealth’s This Girl Can – Victoria campaign.

GippSport will support local sport clubs and associations to introduce a range of sport activities, including :

  • Implement social or modified sport programs for young people (12-17) or women and girls
  • Address gaps in participation pathways by supporting clubs to introduce new teams, programs or competitions for young people (12-17) or women and girls
  • Support clubs to use club facilities and venues as places for delivering active recreation opportunities (e.g. Yoga in Bowls Clubs)

GippSportProgram Manager Gene Parini, says the funding will help them create more opportunities for Gippsland residents to become more active and improve their health.

“This is about making grassroots sports more accessible and appealing to Gippsland locals, so everyone can get involved in the sports they love,” Mr Parini said.

“We want everyone to get active and embrace a healthy lifestyle, regardless of their age, gender or ability. We also want to hear from the community about what types of programs will get groups more active. We are open to offering alternative sports or modified versions of traditional sports to get more people involved.”

The funds will also be used to make sports clubs more inclusive for women and girls, by identifying quick, simple and cost-effective changes like scheduling women and girls’ matches on the main grounds and promoting women’s sport on social media.

In addition to providing more opportunities for women, girls and young people to get active, GippSport will work to improve participation rates of other community groups, such as creating participation opportunities targeting males over 30. and are planning to introduce socially modified sports programs like AFL 9’s and Social Soccer.

VicHealth CEO Jerril Rechter said the program aimed to address declining rates of physical activity and the associated impact on the health of Victorians.

“Regional Sports Assemblies have such fantastic knowledge of their local areas so we’re proud to work with them to meet the physical activity needs of regional Victoria,” Ms Rechter said.

“Less than a third of us do enough physical activity in a week to benefit our physical health and mental wellbeing,” she said.

“This funding is about making sport and physical activity fun, accessible and local for less active regional Victorians.

“We know sports clubs want to get more people in their community involved in their sport, which is why we’re working with them to make their clubs more accessible to everyone – regardless of their gender, age, ability, cultural background or what they look like.”

For more information about the Regional Sport Program visit

Design our Latrobe StreetGames Brand

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Adobe package:

  • Lightroom CC
  • Lightroom Classic CC
  • Photoshop CC
  • 20GB of cloud storage
  • or an agreed prize to the same value (for example, professional mentoring with a graphicd esigner),
  • as well as the chance to have your name on a reputable local brand to build your rep!

Who should submit? 
Young people who live, work or play in Latrobe Valley

What should I submit? 

  1.  submit 2-3 of your best past design work
  2. submit a mock-up/concept of what you’d create for Latrobe Streetgames

Any other rules: 
NO RED AND WHITE TOGETHER (due to copyright).

Where do I submit to? And when by? 
Email to: by 23 August 2018 4:30pm


What is Latrobe Streetgames?

Latrobe Streetgames is a series of free, local pop-up games for 12-25 year olds set to roll out across the Valley in the next few months.

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Escaping Your Comfort Zone Launch

GippSport’s Make Your Move Program has teamed up with Escaping Your Comfortzone to launch tracks and trails walking groups for Women. Escaping Your Comfortzone is an established women’s body positive walking group in Melbourne & Geelong allowing women of all shapes sizes and fitness levels to get together, go for a walk, have a chat, but primarily have some fun outdoors in a supportive environment.

To learn more about Escaping Your Comfortzone launch visit –

To learn more about Make Your Move visit –