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Every second counts - Sports clubs can now apply for life-saving defibrillators

The third round of the Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program is now open which means Victorian sports clubs have another chance to apply for a new defibrillator and help save the lives of players, volunteers or spectators who suffer a sudden cardiac arrest.  

That’s the wicket! New turf for Junction Oval

The final turf has been laid on St Kilda’s iconic Junction Oval, with out of ground construction commencing as part of the redevelopment of the new first-class cricket ground.

Big win for sport across the Valley

The Latrobe Valley is set to become one of regional Australia’s top sporting hubs with a major investment in its sporting infrastructure, thanks to an unprecedented $85 million investment by the Victorian Government.

Game changing boost for gender equality programs in local sporting clubs

The Victorian Government is kicking in $550,000 to promote gender equality in grass roots sporting clubs across Victoria. 

Let kids be kids campaign promotes respect on and off the field

Ange Postecoglou, Caitlin Thwaites, and Nick dal Santo are just some of the Victorian sports legends joining the Victorian Government to support the new Play by the Rules campaign - Let Kids Be Kids.

Inner city netball courts rolled out for Hadfield

Moreland’s Hadfield Netball Club are now ready for action thanks to today’s launch of the two new outdoor courts at Martin Reserve, courtesy of the Victorian Government’s $9.6 million Inner City Netball Program.

First inner city netball courts rolled out for Darebin

Darebin Community Centre’s three new outdoor courts are now ready for action thanks to the Victorian Government’s $9.6 million Inner City Netball Program.

Sports make sure you do the right thing by ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day will fall on Tuesday 25 April 2017. The Victorian Government is working with all sporting codes and the Returned & Services League (RSL) to accommodate the playing of sport on this day, whilst also honouring the significance of ANZAC Day and all those who have served our country.

Women and girls get set to lead the charge to register for Premier's Active April

It’s time to dust off those holiday cobwebs, start warming up those muscles and act on that new year’s resolution to get healthy and active by signing up to this year’s Premier’s Active April.