United by Soccer

March 22, 2013

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Monbulk Rangers Soccer Club is gearing up for their ‘United by Soccer’ day.

‘United By Soccer’ is an annual event, which is part of their commitment to inclusion, and the Club is inviting Interchange Outer East members and others from the general community, to come along and get involved.
Monbulk Rangers Soccer Club has been working closely with Access for All Abilities and Yarra Ranges Council through the ‘Inclusion: Game On!’ program in an effort to develop inclusive practices at their club. They are keen to build upon their current practice and to be known throughout the community as a club that welcomes everyone to the game.

Building on the good work of the club last year, which ran a skill development session and exhibition match against the Doveton Special Soccer School, this year the Monbulk Rangers and Doveton Special Soccer School are mixing things up by combining their teams to play two matches of all abilities soccer.

Everyone is invited to take part! The event aims to encourage all people, regardless of ability, to come along to play a fun and social game of soccer in a genuine all abilities team with family, friends and others of all ages and abilities.

Interchange Outer East CEO, Fred Brumhead, is passionate about sport and inclusion. “Being active and having fun are basic to healthy living and community and I encourage everyone, including Interchange Outer East families, participants and staff to come along to be a part of this fun and exciting community event”

The ‘United by Soccer’  matches will be held on Sunday 7th April 2013 at Monbulk Reserve, Moores Road, Monbulk (behind Safeway). There will be 2 matches, one at 11:00am and the second at 1.00pm.

If you are you interested in playing on the day contact Hans Damen from Monbulk Rangers Soccer Club on 0418 315 710.

By Jacinda Erich

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