Rugby Sports for Kids 

Young Public School rugby league team Winner

The Young Public School rugby league team proudly show-off their latest sporting achievement, a certificate from the Young Sports Advisory Committee in recognition of their big win at Win Jubilee Oval in Kogarah in September. Back, left to right: Bailey Steed, Jack Staff, Oliver Petlit, Will Hills, Patrick Mahoney, Mitchell Waugh, Cooper Silk, and Harvey McGregor. Front, left to right: Mark Johnson, Liam Carnley, Jacob Lucas, Harry Fitzpatrick, Benedict Bonsembiante, Jackson Skillin.

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Football 

Why Play Flag Football?

A Safe and Fun Game For Kids!   Jeff Boucher, a coached tackle football for many years says that flag football is a good way to keep kids interested in football and to keep them safe at the same time. Besides being safer than tackle football, flag football has other benefits.Kids can learn about the game and learn body mechanics much faster in flag football than they can in tackle football and at a younger age. According to Jeff, the aggression lightbulb comes on at different times for different kids….

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Football Sports for Kids 

Flag Football

Flag Football become famous choice for parents across the country, even those that played tackle football themselves, for a reason that it offers the benefits of learning the game but with less risk of injury. In this game, teams run or pass the ball down field in order to score a touchdown.The primary difference in flag is that it is a no contact game.Instead of tackling the ball carrier, defensive players attempt to pull the flags off the ball carrier’s belt.

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Baseball Sports for Kids 

Baseball leagues

Baseball leagues get kids started early as age 3. It is an excellent way to help kids to develop hand-eye coordination and decision making skills. Baseball creates an environment for kids to learn the fundamentals of catching, throwing and hitting in a fun and safe game setting. It gives an opportunity to hit from the tee to develop appropriate form and get used to hitting the ball.

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Football 

Should kids play football?

A question that must have given those parents headaches is thrown: Should they allow their kids to play football? First point, football is fun, and sometimes fun means eating dirt. That is the trade-off. Without a doubt, football is naturally dangerous, deeply rooted in violence and physical domination such as hitting, tackling, and knocking down your opponent. Yet, looking back, the harm has seemed manageable for me as kid. Year after year, the sport taught them life lessons, introduced them to communities, and provided them excitement and entertainment. The bottom line is football is not for…

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Badminton 

Reasons Why Kids Should Start Playing Badminton

1. Fun Fun Fun! Badminton is organised fun for kids. 😛 Also, badminton is seriously epic. Kids can play singles to increase their fitness, or they can play doubles if they want to have a bit more fun. It’s definitely more enjoyable than Squash, and unlike Tennis you can play all year around! 2. Pace Badminton is the fastest racket sport in the world! 3. Reflexes With great power comes great responsibility and with badminton kids will develop lightening quick reflexes. 4. Fitness With badminton, kids burn off the equivalent…

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Badminton Sports for Kids 

Badminton

Badminton is good for the kids, since it is gentle and is considered a safe game for kids. Usually common types of badminton-related injuries caused in badminton games are sprains and muscle strains which is relatively rare and low-risk if proper warm-up is done. Kids nowadays are tend to play more electronic games. But, badminton is a healthy sport that can help them socialize and communicate better with real people. As badminton is the fastest sports in the world, children have to be alert at all times during game to…

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Baseball 

3 Fun Baseball Drills For Kids

Target Bunting Coaches will pitch to players at home plate and call out a color, and the players will attempt to bunt the ball into the designated hoop. This is a great way for kids players to develop control in their bunting. To create an element of competition, coaches can award points for each target made. 500 500 is a classic, and it has become a tradition for a reason. It forces players to work on their fielding skills and utilizes a powerful incentive for kids, it gives the opportunity…

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Soccer 

Reasons why soccer is essential for kids

ABCs Agility, balance, coordination, and speed are closely connected to the development of the central nervous system (CNS) in early childhood. So the simple act of playing the game provides the perfect stimuli to help children to develop these capacities. Running Soccer involves a lot running. It’s best for children who haven’t reached puberty, it involves a kind of running they need.Furthermore, it isn’t helping your pre-pubertal child to be a better distance runner anymore than if he/she was playing the game for 10 min. and having a lot more…

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Basketball 

5 Fun Basketball Games for Kids

1. Knock Out Knock Out game requires 2 basketballs and 2 or more player.The players form a line at the free throw line with the first two receiving basketballs. The first player shoots, and if he or she misses, the second player can knock out the first player by making the basket before the first player is able to corral the rebound and put his or her ball in the basket. If the first player is able to make the shot before the second player, they pass it to the…

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Soccer Sports for Kids 

Soccer

Soccer is a simple sport to learn and play. Kids play soccer naturally, with very little initial instruction. As the players skills rise, so does the strategic level of the game, where it’s good for kids. This is the game where scoring is not the only thing that matters. Being smart, creative, heads-up play is just as important to coaches, players and spectators. To top it all, soccer is fun and exciting. It’s accessible to all even to kids. It develops endurance, muscular ability and requires good strategic thinking. Also,…

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