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Sports Community Podcasting
Helping grassroots sports clubs succeed.
Mar 16, 2020
An interview with Simone Wearne on creating a high performance environment at your club
Simone Wearne is the High Performance Manager at Softball Australia and spent six years as the Team Manager (head coach) of the Australian Women's National Baseball Team, and is also an inductee of the Australian Baseball Hall of Fame (the youngest to join in 2012 and the first female inductee). Simone has also held the role of president at the Springvale Lions Baseball Club, in Melbourne's south-east, for more than 10 years! On today's episode, Simone talks us through what your club can take from elite sport and bring to just about any level, and much more. You can find Simone on Twitter or LinkedIn. For additional information regarding this episode, head to: https://sportscommunity.com.au/podcasts/202007 Music: The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/58628 Ft: Apoxode
Mar 9, 2020
An interview with Sam Duncan on enhancing your club by working with passionate students.
Sam Duncan is the course leader at Holmesglen - heading up the Sports Media and Sports Business Bachelor degrees. Sam has worked, and continues to moonlight, within the media industry for many years. Sam also has a PHD Sport, Media, Society and Culture. This episode, Sam takes us on a journey to understand how your club can benefit from working with students with an expanding and wide variety of skillsets, to enhance your club. You can learn more about Sam Duncan on his website | www.samduncan.org Or to contact Holmesglen, head to | www.holmesglen.edu.au For additional information regarding this episode, head to: https://sportscommunity.com.au/podcasts/202006 Music: The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/58628 Ft: Apoxode
Mar 2, 2020
An interview with Brett Flavell from City of Greater Bendigo on working with Council for capital redevelopments.
Brett Flavell is the coordinator of community projects for the City of Greater Bendigo Council in regional Victoria. Brett joined us to talk about what you can do to improve the likelihood of your club getting the facility upgrades your club needs. For additional information regarding this episode, head to: https://sportscommunity.com.au/podcasts/202005 Music: The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/58628 Ft: Apoxode
Feb 26, 2020
An interview with Ebony Matthews - Creating a life members group that keeps contributing
Ebony Matthews is a long-time administrator and life member of the Beaconsfield Netball Club in Victoria's South East. This episode is all about that life members group, and just how amazing they are! We speak to Ebony about all the fundraising events they conduct, and how they have forged a group that potentially has better fundraising than many sports clubs out there! Some of the key talking points explored: * Finding pathways for people who want to continue to contribute long after their active time at a club has ended. * The vast array of well thought out fundraising events the life members group have developed. * Creating events that are annual and that community members look forward to well ahead of time. * Finding events that require minimal output from members or organise and/or run. * The importance of social inclusion, welfare and fun. * Benefits and importance of formal structures for groups like this. For additional information regarding this episode, including the interview transcript, head to: https://sportscommunity.com.au/podcasts/202004 Music: The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/58628 Ft: Apoxode
Feb 18, 2020
An interview with Jenny Rose - how to get your club into local media.
Jenny Rose has recently finished a stint as a radio announcer and DJ with the ACE Radio Network in regional Victoria, and was formally in charge of communications at Sports Community. In this episode, we explore how to get your club exposure through local media networks. Some of the key talking points explored: * Understanding the other side of the radio - what's important to the producers/announcers. * There's a constant drive for content within local radio, print and TV stations. * The importance of forming relationships with local media. * Stories - not just scores. Your club is full of stories that the broader community is interested in, outside of who won on the weekend. * Getting on the front foot, don't wait for them to come to you. For additional information regarding this episode, including the interview transcript, head to: https://sportscommunity.com.au/podcasts/202003 Music: The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/58628 Ft: Apoxode
Feb 11, 2020
An interview with Paul Horvath from SportsLawyer.com.au.
The SportsLawyer himself joins us to discuss the importance of having a legal understanding of your position at your club among many other legal relating topics. Paul Horvath heads up SportsLawyer as the principal solicitor. Paul has been involved in sports law for well over 10 years, has a Masters Degree in Sports Law from the University of Melbourne, and has been involved in a wide variety of cases that range from matters involving amatuer sports clubs to representing Mark Thompson during the Essendon Bombers suppliments case. SportsLawyer are Melbourne based expert sports lawyers, offering services in a wide variety of areas of sports law. Paul will join us on the Sports Community Podcast throughout the year to discuss a whole range of sport law related topics ranging from committee responsibilities, child safety, tribunal dealings, and many more! You can learn more about what Paul Horvath and SportsLawyer can help with on their website: SportsLawyer.com.au SportsLawyer on Facebook SportsLawyer on Twitter Paul Horvath on LinkedIn For additional information regarding this episode, including the interview transcript, head to: https://sportscommunity.com.au/podcasts/202002 Music: The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/58628 Ft: Apoxode
Jan 28, 2020
An interview with Jason Dooley, president of the Hepburn Football Netball Club, about their million dollar truck raffle.
Jason Dooley joins us to discuss the things you need to know about running a big-money raffle for your sports club. Through 2018 and 2019, the Hepburn Football Netball Club (F.N.C.) went about raffling a very special Kenworth Legend 900 truck alongside a host of other prizes. The raffle sold 1,000 tickets and was a huge success, but as Jason explains in this episode, it's not as easy as buying a truck and watching the tickets fly out the door! You can learn more about Hepburn F.N.C. on their website | http://hepburnburras.com | or their facebook | https://www.facebook.com/HepburnBurrasFnc For additional information regarding this episode, including the interview transcript, head to: https://sportscommunity.com.au/podcasts/202001 Music: The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/JeffSpeed68/58628 Ft: Apoxode
Aug 11, 2016
Episode 84 - An interview with Nicky Western - Sports Participation officer at Upper Hunter Shire Council
In this week's episode, Steve talks to Nicky Western who has the unique position of Sports Participation Officer at Upper Hunter Shire Council. A Duathalon champion Nicky tells us about the participation and fundraising programs she has been involved with.
May 1, 2016
Episode 83 - An Interview with the Centre of Multicultural Youth on increasing youth participation in sport.
In this week's episode Joe speaks with Soo Lin and Sarah from the Centre for Multicultural Youth on how they are helping kids from diverse cultural backgrounds participate in community sport.
Apr 4, 2016
Episode 82 - An interview with Brian Lucas, President of Sorrento Bowling Club
In this week's podcast Steve chats with Brian Lucas, president of Sorrento Bowling club on the importance and process of strategic planning for clubs.
Mar 22, 2016
Episode 81 - An interview with Simon Dodd on Mental Health
In this week's episode Steve speaks with Simon Dodd. Associate Director, Engagement (Skill & Knowledge Leader) at Orygen - The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health Simon Dodd is the Associate Director, Engagement within the Skills & Knowledge Division at Orygen. He has worked with the organisation since 1997 in clinical, teaching and leadership roles. Simon has a particular interest in engagement and early intervention with young people with emerging psychosis. He has more than 25 years of experience in adult and youth mental health clinical settings as a psychiatric nurse in Australia and the United Kingdom. Simon has been an Honorary Fellow of the Department of Psychiatry and a Clinical Fellow of the Department of Post-Graduate Nursing at The University of Melbourne. Most recently, he has been co-editor of Australian Clinical Guidelines for Early Psychosis, 2nd edition.
Mar 7, 2016
Episode 80 - An interview with Meaghan Densley Commodore of the Frankston Yacht Club
In this week's episode Steve is joined by Meaghan Densley, the Commodore of Frankston Yacht Club and GM of Cheltenham Golf Club
Feb 23, 2016
Episode 79 - An interview with Brooke Mezzetta of Moreland City Council
In this week's episode - Joe and Steve speak with Brooke Mezzetta about the programs Moreland City Council have adopted to increase female participation in sport.
Feb 15, 2016
Episode 78 - An Interview with Myles Harris - Social Media Guru and Ice Hockey fanatic
In this week's episode Joe and Steve talk about Risk Management at clubs and speak with Myles Harris, Vice Prez of the Melbourne Mustangs Ice Hockey team and also Founder and MD of Petrol Digital where he lives and breathes social media with his clients.
Feb 7, 2016
Episode 77 - An interview with Heather Callahan of Cardinia Shire on Councils and Clubs
In this week's episode Steve talks to Heather Callahan - Team Leader, Recreation and Facilities at Cardinia Shire about how her team works with local clubs.
Feb 1, 2016
Episode 76 - An interview with Troy Westley - CEO of CareMonkey
In this week's episode, Joe and Steve talk to CEO of CareMonkey - Troy Westley. CareMonkey is the social app for sharing personal care instructions and emergency details with family, friends, teachers or any other trusted advisor. A great app for sports clubs.
Jan 27, 2016
Episode 75 - An interview with Athlete Sponsorship Guru - Vicki Saunders
In this week's episode, Steve speaks to Vicki Saunders from The Sponsorship Consultants on her book "How to OBTAIN, MAINTAIN and RETAIN valuable sponsorship"
Jan 17, 2016
Episode 74 - An interview with Grant Cummin, CEO of Ski Racing Australia
In this weeks episode, Joe and Steve are joined by Grant Cummin, CEO of Ski Racing Australia to talk major events like the Southern 80.
Jan 10, 2016
Episode 73 - An Interview with Scarlett O'Sullivan of Netball Vic on Rock up Netball
In this weeks episode, Joe and Steve speak with Scarlett O'Sulllivan from Netball Vic about the exciting new program "Rock up Netball".
Jan 3, 2016
Episode 72 - An interview with Alison Lyons of Gymnastics Victoria
In this week's podcast, Steve and Joe talk with Alison Lyons, Development Manager at Gymnastics Victoria about their exciting new program to get people back into Gymnastics called 'Move My Way'