Thanks to TAC and Cricket Victoria, you can sign your cricket club up to Good Sports to go in the draw to win heaps of great prizes.
You’ll also help your club create a healthier, safer and more inclusive club for the future.
Good Sports works together with local sporting clubs to build a healthier sporting nation.
We support local sports clubs, social teams and elite clubs at the pinnacle of their profession.
Our program has helped over 8000 sporting clubs across Australia provide a safe and inclusive environment, where everyone can get involved.
We recognise the huge role that sport plays in the development of healthy individuals and communities. The Good Sports program leads the way to success for a thriving and inclusive club culture.
Sport and health are side by side. We support our clubs to help look after the physical, mental and social wellbeing of their members. That means education and support for responsible alcohol consumption, nutrition and mental health.
We work as a team with all of our clubs to help facilitate change. We have a list of courses and resources that are proven to help you formulate a winning strategy to improve the health and wellbeing of your club. Take a look at our resources.
Excessive alcohol consumption can delay the repair of soft-tissue injuries.
Excessive alcohol consumption can distract you from carrying out appropriate recovery strategies to help the body refuel and rehydrate.
Drinking the night before a game can affect a person’s speed and performance and increase the risk of injury.
If a person drank a lot at night they may still have a high concentration of alcohol in their bloodstream the following day.
Are you ready to take the next step and join the team that makes up Australia’s largest preventative health initiative in sport?
It takes just two easy steps:
1. Fill in the form with your club details
2. A Good Sports team member will get in touch with you within two weeks of completing the form to discuss your club’s involvement in the program.
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