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Community Cricket Initiative of the Year

AAA Sport Ballarat are honoured to announce that we are the recipients of the Cricket Victoria – Community Initiative of the Year 2017/18! We received this award after being the first group in Victoria to create an introductory pathway program for children with disabilities. Our cricket pathway program allows children to participate in in2CRICKET, then…

We have become a Good Sports Club!

AAA Sport Ballarat are proud to announce that we are now an accredited Good Sports Club! The Good Sports program aims to make club sporting environments as healthy and safe as they can be, by creating positive change in relation to alcohol and tobacco management. Good Sports have worked with us to become a Level…

Kellie is titled Cricket Victoria Coach of the Year!

AAA Sports Ballarat Founder and Head Coach, Kellie has been titled the Cricket Victoria 2016/17 Coach of the Year!     Cricket Victoria released the following statement: “Kellie’s biggest achievement is the successful development, launch and delivery of Ballarat’s first ever MILO in2CRICKET centre exclusively for children with disability. Previously she knew very little about the…

Sport is to be loved by ALL…

There’s something almost a little but magical about what happens on the oval at Ballarat Grammar on Sunday mornings. Kellie and Brad Tait are there, of course: they are every week during the last three school terms of the year. But there’s also a bunch of kids tearing about on the grass, some kicking a…

Auskick Coordinator of the Year

AAA Sports Ballarat have been providing inclusive sporting programs to local children for over a year now and in this time they have received numerous awards for their fantastic achievements. This time it was credit for their outstanding All Abilities Auskick program which sees the group receive yet another award! Founder and coordinator of AAA…

Tackling a Fun All Abilities Auskick Challenge in Ballarat

Children in Ballarat’s first all-abilities Auskick group love crashing the tackle bags and marking the football. The season is almost complete but already interest has doubled for potential participants next year. Ballarat Football League had been wanting to start such a group for awhile but needed the right people to get it started – then Ballarat mum…

All Abilities Group Makes a Mark in New Sporting Chances

Access All Abilities Ballarat Auskickers take to the ground at half-time in AFL action at Mars Stadium on Saturday. Picture: AAA Ballarat WHAT started as an all-abilities Auskick group in Ballarat has earned statewide recognition for expanding into other sport fields to offer more children opportunity. Access All-Abilities Sport Ballarat has been named Initiative of…

Clinic Sparks Footy Fever in All Abilities

While junior sports programs such as Auskick have proven a hit with kids eagre to get a taste of sport, a dedicated group of Ballarat parents is working hard to make sure nobody misses out. Getting involved: Ballarat’s Hayden Winzar, 5, was right among the action at Ballarat Grammar School on Sunday for the Access…

Women’s Leadership in Sport – Meet Kellie Tait

Kellie Tait is the founder/coordinator of Access All Abilities (AAA) Sport Ballarat. AAA Sport Ballarat is a not-for-profit organisation which exists to provide introductory sporting programs for children with disabilities. The group gives local children the rare opportunity to participate in organised sport. AAA Sport Ballarat provides a tailored environment that promotes fun, friendship and a…
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