NSW Government have confirmed plans to step away from funding suburban stadium improvements

Quick summary: The NSW Government has confirmed their announcement in November 2012 that they will no longer fund improvements to suburban NRL grounds in the future. Minister Ayres has suggested that funds will instead be directed to the three major Sydney stadia – Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Football Stadium/Allianz Stadium, ANZ Stadium and a new regional…


Effectiveness of a school-community programs on quality of life for adolescent girls

This study examines how effective a school-community program is on quality of life and physical activity among adolescent girls living in low-socioeconomic rural/regional settings. The study was conducted within twelve communities with sports clubs and facilities screened to match certain criteria. From these communities, eight schools were randomly selected.  The study concludes that positive results are…


Want to be an event manager at the 2016 Australian Deaf Games?

The XVII Australian Deaf Games kicks off on 9th – 16th January.  Deaf Sports Australia are looking for an Events Manager with previous experience to organise the delivery of the Games, as well as associated administration and financial responsibilities. The Event Manager will work in cooperation with the other GOC Coordinators to ensure all events…


Latest sports funding can fail people with disabilities

Quick summary: In the recent announcement by Australian Sports Commission, Olympic funding increased by apprimately $750,000, whereas Paralympic funding was decreased by around $250,000. The ParaRoos soccer team was hit the hardest with a cut of $175,000. Professor Simon Darcy of University of Technology explains the funding rules and its’ broader implications on sport for people…


WA Government set to unveil the new design for Burswood stadium after contract awarded to Brookfield Multiplex

17/7/14 – ABC Grandstand   Quick Summary:  The WA state Government has recently awarded the contract for the new Burswood Stadium in Perth to Brookfield Multiplex. The new design of the long-awaited 60,000 seat stadium is set to be unveiled today. It has been confirmed that the design will have a strong Indigenous theme and…


Seven year old could be expelled by copying Suarez and biting other student

A UK primary school student of seven faces expulsion for biting another classmate. Liverpool fan, Harvey Eaglen copied Luis Suarez’s actions and sunk his teeth into a classmate’s wrist as they played football at school. Luis Suarez was seen sinking his teeth into Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at this summer’s World Cup, the match was watched…

Volleyball post padding: suits VBP104 & VBP105

Be My Guest

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Praesent ullamcorper suscipit mi, id convallis risus ullamcorper eget. Aenean sagittis eros nec eros euismod, quis dapibus leo semper. Mauris rutrum viverra adipiscing.


Sports Construction News ( July 4th, 2014 )

This week in Sports Construction News – As the redeveloped Adelaide Oval clocks its one millionth visitor today, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Stephen Mullighan said the popularity of the oval was a reflection of the work the State Government is doing throughout the Riverbank Precinct. The sports technology industry hopes to get a boost from a collaboration deal…