Stephen Barnes:

The Challenges of Sport in Australia

Stephen is the Acting Chief Executive Officer for Blind Sports Australia.  This is his straight shooting presentation to the Blind Citizens Australia Annual Conference is Perth in October 2015.

Hamish Mackenzie | Bound for Glory!

Blind Cricket Australia

On a recent episode of Andrew Donnison’s Bound For Glory show on Melbourne’s Triple R, Hamish discussed his experiences of being a part of the Blind Cricket Australia side, as well as talking up what’s currently going on and what is to come in regards to all things blind cricket.

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Blind Sports Australia shared Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria's post. ...

FOURTH SPORT FOR OUR TEENAGE PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT - GOALBALL! Are you, or do you know, a blind/vision impaired teen who loves being active and participating in a range of sports and activities? BSRV will be hosting a 6 Week Variety Program just for teens, kicking off in Term 2. Come along each week for 6 weeks and try and range of sports. We've announced Bumpa Ball, soccer and table tennis. Today it's goalball. More will be announced soon! If you wish to express your interest in this program email Vision Australia Guide Dogs Victoria SVRC - Statewide Vision Resource Centre Water Polo Victoria VicHealth Victorian Goalball Association @Victorian Vision Impaired Table Tennis Association Social Goal Victorian Blind Cricket Association

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2018 Yass Interstate Challenge between Blind Golf NSW & Blind Golf Victoria was held for the 23rd time on very dry and fast running Yass Golf Club on Sunday 18 February. The overall winner was Jeff Ellis from Victoria with 38 Stableford points from Rod Mills from NSW with 36 points. The Dob Hogg Memorial Shield was retained by NSW for 14th time in the 23 year history of the event. Nearest To The Pin on the 8th holes was won by Rod Mills and the Longest Drive on the 18th hole was won by Robert Curtin. The weekend was considered a great success and fun was had by all. Thanks must go to Edgar Mongle and his band on volunteers for all their assistance over the weekend.

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This week on Talking Vision, Tuesday 13 February was #WorldRadioDay with the theme of sport and its ability to unite people, break down barriers and showcase diversity. We speak with 17 year old Lucy who is playing her first season of Victorian Blind Cricket Association and president of BVIT (Blind and Low Vision Ten Pin Bowling) Glen Barwick about the national championships coming up in March. And Frances Keyland joins us for a special Valentine’s Reader Recommended. Listen to Talking Vision here Image is blind cricket team out on the field.

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