Shooting for the stars!
Ashleigh Hamilton is showing the world that her brace is no barrier! This 11 year old netballer has been recognised for her determination and enthusiasm for the sport and nominated for a News Local Junior Sports Star Award.
Article from the Parramatta Advertiser
Inspired by All Kids Can Play, the West Ryde Rovers Social Club new netball program aims to include kids with disabilities in mainstream sport. Go Rovers!
Article from the Northern District Times
On Sunday 7 December, the community came together to celebrate the inaugural All Kids Can Play day held at Livvi’s Place, Timbrell Park, Five Dock. The atmosphere was buzzing with children, families and clubs embracing the vision of All Kids Can Play, the inclusion of ALL children in mainstream sports.
All Kids Can Play is a partnership between Break Thru and Touched By Olivia and brings together families, clubs, schools and the sporting community to achieve this vision.
Congratulations to the Five Dock All Saints Netball Club!
As the first club to register a child on All Kids Can Play Day, the Five Dock All Saints Netball Club won family
tickets to attend the Asian Cup Football game being held at Stadium Australia on the 10th January.
We extend our thanks to Michael Brown, CEO
and Tracey Jones, Relationships Manager &
Executive Assistant to CEO and Asian Cup
Australia 2015 for their generous donation of the
tickets and ongoing support of All Kids Can Play.