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TSHS Hockey Academy

Posted by default, on the 11-11-2013 @ 02:02PM

TSHS Hockey Academy

Infrastructure & Maintenance Projects

Posted by default, on the 08-10-2013 @ 11:40AM

During the 2013-14 off season a number of Clyde Park infrastructure development and maintenance projects are being coordinated by the Board of Directors and Club Glenvale General Manager.  The projects are self-funded by the THA, primarily from the proceeds of Club Glenvale, and are undertaken to ensure that our facilities are maintained as some of the best in the country. 

These projects include:
Field 1 - Technical Box maintenance
Field 2 - construction of Technical Box
Field 2 - installation of Scoreboard|
Field 2 - powder coating of dugouts
Field 2 - fencing of the water tanks to allow spectator access the full length of the field Fields 3 and 4 - scarification and fertilisation Field 5  - Verti-Drain (aeration) and 20 ton of organic fertiliser Field surrounds - top dressing/turfing as required Concreting of paths in car park

Regards
Steve Stewart

Racism. It stops with me

Posted by default, on the 14-06-2013 @ 01:13PM

Yesterday, the Australian Human Rights Commission launched a new online anti-racism resource, What You Say Matters to educate young people about racism and to empower them to respond safely when they experience or witness racism. 

The resource includes a hip-hop video clip and online educational content, and is designed to encourage 14-17 year olds to reflect and to act safely in response to incidences of racism at school, in their peer group, sports club or communities. The music video clip features Indigenous hip hop artist Brothablack and was created with the participation of students from James Meehan High School in south western Sydney.

You can watch the video and check out the online content on the “Racism. It Stops with Me’ campaign website (http://itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au/whatyousaymatters)