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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.
The Central Gippsland Cricket Association was awarded $5,000 in funding from Cricket Australia to support the development of a junior girl’s cricket competition within the CGCA catchment, this includes parts of the Latrobe Valley, Baw Baw and South Gippsland Local Government Areas. The competition, Nicole Faltum Cricket Competition, will target girls aged from 13 to […]Read more.
GippSport recently conducted its Twenty- Sixth Annual General meeting. According to outgoing Chair Ricky Ross the achievements of GippSport for the 2016-17 financial year were highlighted and the organization achieved some excellent outcomes thanks mainly to the fine work of GippSport staff based in Bairnsdale, Sale, Moe Newborough and Inverloch. Julie Foat was unanimously elected […]Read more.
FREE SPORTING CLUB WORKSHOP Planning is the key to the future for all sporting and recreation clubs no matter their level, activity or size Why Plan? Look at where the club has come from, where it is now, where it wants to go and how it is going to get there. Adjust to changes in […]Read more.
AFL 9s is starting in Bairnsdale with a five week competition commencing on Monday 13 November at the Bairnsdale City Oval. AFL 9s is the Australian Football Leagues official social version of the game and is suitable for both males and females. It’s a fast, fun, free-flowing game that involves 9 players on each team […]Read more.
Calisthenics Victoria is launching its pilot program for Cali-fit right here in Sale, aimed at helping women to get fit, be healthy and stay connected. Expert and qualified calisthenics coaches, will deliver a 1.5hr per week program of fun, fitness and friendship to women of all ages, in a safe and welcoming environment. “At Calisthenics […]Read more.
New laws relating to the safety and protection of children, within sporting clubs, came into effect on the 1 January 2017. The Child Safe Standards are a response to the 2012 Betrayal of Trust Inquiry and they apply to all sporting organisations that operate in Victoria and provide sporting services to anyone under the age of 18 years. As this […]Read more.