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Assyrian Cup – Teams

It gives us a great pleasure to announce that we have 12 teams in Assyrian Cup 2018:
Fairfield Bulls, Cultural & Sports Club, Mar Toma, Mar Zia, Khabour United, Edensor United, Mandaeans United, Sporting Rovers ( all from Sydney), Hume Valley, Upfield St Mary, Mesopotamian Stars and Assyrian Ashour ( from Melbourne).

Games to start Sunday 23th September at Nineveh Stadium.
Special thanks to our Major sponsor

Good luck to all

Southern District grand final winners

Grand final winners well done boys

Active Kids

The NSW Government will allocate $207 million over four years to establish Active Kids. Active Kids is a program to help NSW families meet the cost of getting their kids into sport and active fitness and recreation activities.

The initiative aims to reduce barriers to participation and help change the physical activity behaviours of children and young people in NSW.

Who is eligible to claim the voucher?

Every child (4.5 – 18 years’ old) enrolled in school from Kindergarten to Year 12 is eligible. This includes those who are home-schooled or enrolled in secondary school education at TAFE NSW.

The program is not means tested.

One voucher will be available for every child in the family annually over the next four years.

How long are vouchers valid?

The voucher can be used at any time during the calendar year it was issued.

Vouchers can only be used once (if the chosen activity fees are less than $100, then the remaining balance cannot be used).

What can the voucher be used for?

The voucher can be used for registration or membership fees for structured activities that are eight weeks or longer and provide a moderate to vigorous level of physical activity, for example:

  • sporting pursuits
  • swimming lessons
  • structured fitness program
  • outdoor education programs
  • approved active recreation (dance etc)
  • equipment ordinarily provided by the provider on registration for competition.

Physical activity is defined as movement involving large muscles (e.g. running, swimming, aerobic activity). Physical activity must be planned, structured and involve repetitive bodily movement which improves or maintains physical fitness.

To use the voucher, give the details to an approved sport or activity provider.

Please note that vouchers cannot be split between multiple clubs or registrations, and therefore you may not be able to claim the full $100.

What can’t the voucher be used for?

Vouchers cannot be used for individual items like jerseys, socks or boots that are not part of the registration cost.

Vouchers cannot be used for:

  • programs that are less than 8 weeks’ duration
  • gym membership that is not part of a structured program
  • activities that are part of the school curriculum or conducted during school hours
  • after-school care services and tutors
  • school-run competitions, including weekend inter-school sport competitions or activities
  • travel to and from competitions.

How do you download a voucher?

Parents, guardians and carers can apply for an Active Kids voucher through Service NSW. You will need the student’s Medicare card details to complete the transaction.

What if I registered for an activity or sport last year?

You won’t receive a voucher for last year as the program commenced on 31 January 2018, but you can get a voucher for this year’s activity or sport.

What happens if my child lives outside NSW?

To be eligible for a voucher, each child must reside in NSW.

The club or activity provider where the child registers must also be located and operating in NSW.

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