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GippSport is always out and about supporting clubs in their daily operation. Whether its working in partnership with State Sporting Associations, Local Government or your local walking group you’ll find out about it here.
Indigenous Round Information & Resource Kit (PDF 1.2 MB) Indigenous Round Grant & Guidelines 2017 (PDF 205kb) It has been fantastic to see a range of sporting clubs take the opportunity to host Indigenous Rounds across Gippsland over the last few years, including Football, Netball, Basketball and even Pony Clubs. Clubs involved have all reported many benefits […]Read more.
Try switching your sweet drinks with water for 30 days. You’ll be surprised by what you save! Why should I do the H30 Challenge? Fact: water is good for us, practically free, easily accessible and contains no kilojoules. Also a fact: nearly two thirds of Victorians are overweight or obese. Research shows that we’re heading […]Read more.
GippSport has joined the LET KIDS BE KIDS national campaign recently launched by PLAY BY THE RULES. The issue of poor sideline behaviour at junior sport doesn’t seem to be improving at the rate we desire. We are still observing anything from undue pressure being put onto girls and boys, to verbal abuse and even […]Read more.
Michelle Harris has re-commenced working for GippSport as a Program Coordinator. She is based in our Inverloch Office and is replacing Daniel Poynton who has been seconded to Sport and Recreation Victoria (based in Traralgon) for six months. She will share our office at “The Inverloch Hub” with Gene Parini and work full-time. Michelle’s work […]Read more.
During school terms 1 and 2 this year, Sale Tennis Club is looking to deliver weekly Cardio Tennis sessions on Wednesday mornings, at 9.30am. These sessions are designed for female participants and their pre-school children who can participate in a Hot Shots session which will be running at the same time. Cardio Tennis is low impact and easy to […]Read more.
121 people from Local Government, health agencies, State Sporting Association‘s and sports club members, player and officials attended Gippsland’s first Sports Forum held in Traralgon on November 30 2016. A joint-initiative between GippSport & Gippsland Women’s Health, this forum aimed to inspire much needed change and explore how best to increase female participation, as players and leaders, […]Read more.