Sippy Downs Deadly Sports program

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  • Location: Chancellor State College, Sippy Downs 4556 Queensland

Sunshine Coast Deadly Sports helps local kids get active

Some of Queensland's top sporting identities will pass on their tips and skills to Sunshine Coast children at the Bligh Government's Deadly Sports Program being held in Sippy Downs on Thursday 9 September.

Sport Minister Phil Reeves said former Brisbane Broncos player Mick De Vere, Olympic Softball player Jodie Bowering, former AFL star and Brisbane Lion Darryl White and former Brisbane Bullets coach Brian Kerle will work to get the healthy message through to Queensland children.

"The Deadly Sports program will promote healthy and active lifestyles to local children and young people through a series of coaching clinics, training sessions and friendly competition," Mr Reeves said.

"The clinics will give the kids the opportunity to learn a range of rugby league and softball game skills.

"This is a great opportunity for local children and young people to learn from the best in the game while meeting their sporting heroes."

Mr Reeves said the Deadly Sports program will help to inspire students from regional Queensland and indigenous communities to get involved in a variety of sports and make physical activity an integral part of their lives.

"Queensland kids are getting onboard with this program as an average of 150 participants attend each session, testifying to its popularity," he said.

"Sport can be the fabric of many communities and keeps people of all ages involved in healthy and active lifestyles.

"This is great to see as the Bligh Government is committed to encouraging more people to get active.

"Under our Toward Q2: Tomorrow's Queensland initiative, we want to help Queenslanders become Australia's healthiest people by reducing obesity levels by one third by 2020.

"We will continue to provide support for programs, projects and facilities which help kids and families to participate in sport and active recreation."

The Sippy Downs Deadly Sports program will be held on Thursday 9 September from 9:30am at Chancellor State College, Sippy Downs.

For further information on other regional programs, visit

Minister for Child Safety and Minister for Sport
The Honourable Phil Reeves

Sport and Recreation - Queensland Government, Department of Communities :
PO Box 15187, City East Qld 4002, Brisbane
07 3237 0098
1300 656 191
07 3235 4723
Sport and Recreation - Queensland Government, Department of Communities

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