Thursday , September 20 2018

Sports & Recreation

Synthetic surfaces ideal for multi-sport schools

In synthetic fields designed for hockey, a shock-pads reduces ball bounce

The environmental impact of the water usage involved in the upkeep of grass playing fields is considerable. As awareness increases, schools are embracing synthetic surfaces as an alternative. Many schools struggle with a shortage of suitable water provision, both in quantity and quality, to establish and maintain natural turf to a useable level over time.

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Adelaide Crows say “ready set go to school”

Sports ground in remote Australia

The Australian Federal Government is partnering with the Adelaide Crows AFL club to deliver the Ready Set Crow Project to help Indigenous children from remote South Australian communities attend school in Adelaide and develop pathways to further education.

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