Category Archives: News

One way to get your members to pay their fees on time.

Having trouble collecting this year’s membership fees or uniform payments…keep hearing the same excuse “I don’t have any cash on me”..? We have the answer for you… The PayPal Tap and Go Mobile Card Reader! The PayPal Tap and Go Machine Card Reader allows clubs to accept MasterCard and Visa credit and debit card payments on […]

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Three things to consider before your next game

Water … the only drink required for junior sport Sugar sweetened beverages, such as soft drinks, energy drinks, fruit drinks, and sports drinks, can be found in sporting clubs as a result of it being purchased from the canteen, being brought in, or being given as a sport incentive/award. As the term sugar sweetened beverages denotes, […]

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Gender Equity in sport

Gender equity in sport isn’t just about providing participation opportunities for both males and females within your club… it’s about treating everyone fairly and providing opportunities for all, at all levels, from the committee through to the spectator. If sporting clubs want to grow their participation and membership base, particularly by women and girls, it […]

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Celebrating the end of season… the right way

It is common for clubs to organise an end of season trip or ‘mad Monday’ type celebration.  What can often be over looked is that these celebrations can have a damaging effect on both the club and members, if they are not managed appropriately. The image and community perception of a sporting club is vital […]

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Recognising your volunteers

While every club will recognise the outstanding on field achievements of its players, it is important to also acknowledge the enormous contributions of the volunteers that run your club. There are many ways in which you can acknowledge your volunteers. A simple ‘Thank You’ can go a long way in keeping our volunteers satisfied and […]

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Welcoming More Members

We all know the feelings of being the new person at a sporting club. It’s daunting, nerve wrecking and uncomfortable. We’re not familiar with the environment and hardly know a person, if anyone. The decision to come back is determined by the club environment. Was it welcoming? Did I feel included? Through implementing a welcoming […]

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