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2017 ‘Administrator of the Year’ Finalist – Gordon Parker
Representing Loddon Shire. For his contributions to Boort Football Club & Boort Park Committee of Management. Gordon has been a major contributor to the ongoing survival and growth of the Boort Football, Hockey and Netball Club. He has also initiated and been highly involved with the significant infrastructure development and facilities upgrades at Boort Park as […]Read more.
2017 ‘Administrator of the Year’ Finalist – Peter Tate
Finalist representing Central Goldfields Shire. For his contributions to Maryborough & District Gun Club. For over 30 years, Peter has worked tirelessly for the betterment of the Maryborough & District Gun Club. His persistence and passion in a great variety of roles, have resulted in major improvements for the club as a whole. Working with a […]Read more.
2017 ‘Administrator of the Year’ Finalist – Chris Garlick
Representing City of Greater Bendigo. For his contributions to Maiden Gully YCW Eagles Football Netball Club & Mandurang Cricket Club. Having been a committee member for 17 years, and President for the last 5, Chris has been instrumental in the merger of the Maiden Gully and YCW Football Netball Clubs, and their relocation to the new […]Read more.
Football for people with an Intellectual Disability comes to Bendigo
The Victorian Football Integration Development Association (FIDA) Football League gives people with an intellectual disability the chance to play competitive level Australian Rules Football. If you are aged over 14 years and live with disability, or attend Kalianna or SDS School, join us for an AFL come and try day! Male & female players welcome. […]Read more.
Creating Gender Equality – Your Club’s role in preventing violence against women
Violence against women is a serious, prevalent and preventable public health burden in Australia. From the age of 15, 1 in 5 women will experience sexual violence and 1 in 3 physical violence. We all have role to play in the prevention of violence against women and promotion of an equal and respectful society for […]Read more.
Starting your Club on the Gender Equality journey
Creating an inclusive and respectful culture on and off the playing field will help increase the participation and satisfaction of club members. Taking on some of these actions will not only work towards achieving gender equality for your club, but ultimately create a club culture and environment that is respectful, safe and welcoming of women. […]Read more.