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Two Olympic Gold Medallists from the 2016 Rio Olympics, Kim Brennan AM and Mack Horton OAM have been named the Victorian Female Athlete of the Year and Victorian Male Athlete of the Year at the Victorian Sport Awards at the Melbourne Convention Centre.
Construction of the world-class $30.3 million redevelopment of Moorabbin Oval is about to begin, bringing the mighty Saints another step closer to returning to their spiritual heartland.
AFL Premiership star Jake Stringer, Melbourne Stars and Western Bulldogs all-rounder Emma Kearney, Diamonds and Collingwood netballer Madi Robinson, sports nutritionist Professor Jo Salmon and students from Lighthouse Christian College were at Gosch’s Paddock today to help launch this year’s Premier’s Active April campaign.
The next round of the $100 million Community Sports Infrastructure Fund and the $22 million Better Indoor Stadiums Fund are now open.
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.
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.
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.
The Victorian Government is kicking in $550,000 to promote gender equality in grass roots sporting clubs across Victoria.
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.
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.