CULTURAL EDUCATION KICKS GOALS

Academy of Sport, Health and Education (ASHE) was an initiative of Rumbalara Football Netball Club and established with the University of Melbourne to re-engage young people in formal education. During the past 13 years ASHE has offered the Victorian Certifi cate of Applied Learning (VCAL), Diploma of Nursing and certificate level courses. Manager Leonie Dwyer
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PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT

Founded by Dallas Terlich in 2001 RadCom is resurrecting people’s lives and increasing their life choices and employment options Dallas and his family have long been involved in the Rumbalara Football Netball Club with over 200 senior games under his belt and stints as the under-14s, under-17s and senior coach. This base of trust and
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A PICTURE OF HEALTH

Sharon Atkinson-Briggs has dedicated herself to both the Rumbalara Football Netball Club and the wider community for over 30 years. As a nurse and credentialled diabetes educator, the local Yorta Yorta women has played netball, been a member of the board and a club volunteer where she was able to foster her passion for health.
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UNITY CUP CELEBRATES SOCIAL INCLUSION

The 11th installment of the Unity Cup was a resounding success. Rumbalara Football Netball Club’s Kylie Briggs said the event was one of the biggest the club has hosted in recent years. A joint initiative of Rumba and the Congupna Football and Netball Club, Unity Cup was founded to bring the communities together and to
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STUDYING FOR THE FUTURE

Every Tuesday afternoon more than 40 primary and secondary students can be found doing their homework at the Rumbalara Football Netball Club rooms. Launched at the start of this year, the homework club is a partnership between Mercy Access, Academy of Sport, Health and Education (ASHE) and Rumbalara. Now a Koorie education support worker at
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CHALLENGING BUT REWARDING YEAR

Firstly, I would like to acknowledge the dedication and efforts of everyone for their time and commitment to this season. Thank you to those who were back-filling and stepping in for each other, on the court and around the sidelines. Looking back over the course of our 2017 Murray Netball League season, I think it
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WELCOME TO RUMBALARA

The Rumbalara Football Netball Club is just the best; 21 years have gone so fast, how good is that? Rumba started with a memory, a wish and a vision. And a long torpedo from the centre of the ground, at a challenging time in our people’s history. Rumba is an expression of who we are,
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SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT

For every $1 invested in cash, volunteer time and other resources to run the Rumbalara Football Netball Club, it generates at least $5.45 return in social value. This return is in terms of increased social connectedness, well being, and the mental health status of its members and other community members. It is the creation of
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RICHMOND FOOTBALL CLUB

Together the Richmond Football Club and Rumbalara Football Netball Club are strengthening the talent pathway for indigenous and multicultural footballers in northern Victoria. While the clubs teamed up at the start of 2017 as a part of the Tigers’ Next Generation Academy, they have a long history working together on indigenous leadership programs. Richmond’s general
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