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Minister Pike launches Sports Without Borders Youth Action pilot at North Melbourne Football Club

Minister Pike launches Sports Without Borders Youth Action pilot at North Melbourne Football Club

MEDIA UPDATE:

Minister Pike launches Sports Without Borders Youth Action pilot at North Melbourne Football Club

 

 Sports Without Borders has the following media opportunities this week:

Saturday 26th June 2010

Youth Action is an organised technology driven physical sports activity process for children including refugee and newly arrived Australian youth aged 5- 14 years who undertake fun games and simple athletic movements. SWB see its Youth Action program as key to physical sports participation with community and sporting groups that enables social inclusion.

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How tennis racquets gave kids something to hold onto.

How tennis racquets gave kids something to hold onto.

Moomba Park Tennis Club submitted an application for a direct grant of $1250 from Sports Without Borders to help young under privileged kids from a wide range of cultural backrounds to join local tennis activities to develop their self esteem and help them integrate into their community. We were very happy to assist.

 

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