Tag: Community sport
Twelve University of Canberra (UC) students were yesterday awarded $10,000 scholarships to help balance their time between sport and study.
Community sport will be strengthened regardless of October’s election result, with Gungahlin and Tuggeranong set to receive new facilities.
COMPS ACT are calling on ACT’s aspiring candidates to see the value of community sport in the lead up to the October election.
The ACT Government will provide additional support to help Canberra’s sports sector meet the challenges of COVID-19 while ensuring the community can continue to enjoy being active.
A new local cricket competition will see 264 Canberra cricketers competing against high level competitors and expand the ACT’s current cricket program.
Canberra’s community contact sport has been given the tick of approval to go ahead this weekend, following uncertainty around easing of restrictions after five COVID-19 cases were reported in the ACT last week.
Canberra's community sport stakeholders have some certainty around resuming training and competition following the ACT Government’s announcement last week.
An easing of restrictions on community sport will allow for the resumption of 10-person community sport training and informal, outdoor, non-contact sport in the ACT.