Cricket Gala Day

captureCelebrate International Day of People with Disability by joining in the fun at SACA’s Cricket Gala Day!

Play fun and fast paced modified cricket games, try your skills at a range of cricket activities and get involved in mini games!

When: Week 7 of Term 4, 2016

Date: Friday 2 December, 2016

Time: 10am – 2pm

Where: Park 25, Port Road, Adelaide (opposite the new RAH site)

Cost: FREE

Contact: Amy Wiseman via email or 8300 3296 to register participants for the Gala Day, simply download and complete the form below.

Registration Form
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2017 Lord’s Taverners Shield Trials


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2016 C6 Netball Wrap

DOLPHINS WIN! Congratulations to Semaphore defeating the Newton Jaguars in the Grand Final for 2016.


The Presentation Night for the AMND C6 Division was held on Friday 14th October.

Congratulations to all the award winners!

Ashlee Hartnett won her second consecutive Tracey Tucker Trophy

Ashlee Hartnett won her second consecutive Tracey Tucker Trophy

Tracey Tucker Trophy (Best & Fairest Player) – Ashlee Hartnett (Harlequin)

Best on Court in GF – Stephanie Koutroumbis (Semaphore)

Contax Netball Club
Most Improved – Juanita Wooden, Best Team Player – Tara Mehaffey

Central District Harlequin Netball Club
Most Improved – Amanda Berry, Best Team Player – Ashlee Hartnett

Matrics Netball Club
Most Improved – Ashley Vaughan, Best Team Player – Lauren Cunningham

Newton Jaguars Netball Club
Most Improved – Amanda Roberts, Best Team Player – Sarah Anderson

Semaphore Centrals Netball Club
Most Improved – Alicia Martino, Best Team Player – Stephanie Koutroumbis

Woods Panthers Netball Club
Most Improved Player – Emily Rutkowski, Best Team Player – Brigette Barr-Turner

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2016 National Cricket Inclusion Championships Trials


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2016 Quiz Night



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Play AFL 9’s


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2017 FFSA Futsal Team Trials

The 2017 National Futsal Championships will be held in Sydney, NSW from January 3rd to 9th, 2017.

FFSA and Inclusive Sport SA would like to invite players with an intellectual disability* to trial for the South Australian team.

*must have (or obtain) Sport Inclusion Australia National Classification

Trials are open to players 16 years old and over. Players must be available to travel from January 3rd to 9th inclusive.

Please see details of the trials below and fill in the form if you are interested.

For more information please contact Nathan at Inclusive Sport SA on 8122 6732 or

Friday 7th October
Hamilton Secondary College, 815 Marion Rd, Mitchell Park (map)

Sunday 9th October
Ingle Farm Recreation Centre, Beovich Rd, Ingle Farm (map)
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2016 C7 Football Wrap

Congratulation to Kilburn Football Club who won their third consecutive premiership defeating Henley Sharks Football Club who lost no admirers in their inaugral season.


Jesse Goodman receiving the Marie Little OAM Medal from Marie's daughter Della

Jesse Goodman receiving the Marie Little OAM Medal from Marie’s daughter Della

The Presentation Night for the Channel 9 Adelaide Football League C7 Division was held on Saturday 3rd September.

Congratulations to all the award winners!

Marie Little OAM Medal (Best & Fairest Player) – Jesse Goodman

Jack Hombsch Medal – Andrew Doecke

Alan Statton OAM Medal (Most Improved) – Benjamin Horn

Leading Goal Kicker – Sean Flintoff & Christopher McQueen (25 goals)

Brian Prestwood Medal (BOG in GF) – Aaron Ooyendyk

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2016 All Australian Football Exhibition Match

Top Representative Teams Showcasing Football for All

Article written by Chris Hunt (AFL Queensland); Photos by Damien Briggs

The All Australian Inclusion team from the National Inclusion Carnival came together on the weekend to play the winners of the 2016 NSW Bachar Houli Cup, Granville Boys High School. The teams played the curtain raiser to the Greater Western Sydney v Richmond game on Saturday in Canberra.

13641085_1243165445715824_2746286335531993572_oThe AFL National Inclusion Carnival is for players with an Intellectual Disability and sees teams from across Australia play each other in the game they all love. The All Australian team is made up from stand out players at the Carnival. Selection in the team is usually honorary, but this year history was made when the players got the chance to play together in front of a sell-out crowd at Manuka Oval.

Their opponents where the winners of the 2016 Bacher Houli Cup. The Cup is a major AFL NSW competition for Islamic and public schools from across Sydney. Named after Richmond mid-fielder, Bachar Houli, the Cup seeks for foster skills and character in the next generation of Muslim players and getting them engaged in football at all levels.

The All Australian team had representatives from across every state with the team gathering in Canberra on the Friday night. The Granville Boys High School team travelled down on the day from Sydney. After a cool start to the day the game was played in perfect conditions with no wind and Manuka Oval gave the teams the best possible playing surface.

13641032_1243162009049501_4082753929777414205_oThe match was going to be a test of the skills and game sense of the All Australian team against the speed and agility of Granville. This was borne out in the early stages by control of stoppages by the All Australian ruckman David Hallows and on-ballers Jordan Rene and Damien Parry quickly resulted in a strong mark to Luke Miles.

The first goal was on the board. Granville were under early pressure and showed their best when combining across half back through chains of handball with Mohamed Alssaje and Ahmad El-Hage being stand outs along with  Shadi Ghazal who was excellent at fullback.

Strong play from All Australians Luke O’Neil and Scott Crowden through the centre of the ground set up running goals for Kennedy and McQueen. Alsajje was again prominent and Zafir Ali and Ezadine Dib were very good contributors across the wing for Granville and the main break saw the All Australian team with a six goal lead.

13913656_1243163422382693_3738830288533516475_oAfter half time Ali Moussa and Khaled  Zreika worked the ball forward with some very skilful ball use, but a costly turn over saw Cameron Fraser get out the back of Granville’s defence for an easy goal. Luke Miles combined well with Michael Scholz to give Graydon Poulsen a running shot on goal from 40 metres.

Granville responded from the centre with a series of handballs that gave Bassil Kassem a chance on goal and his outstanding snap was true. Kassem was again on the end of some great play by Granville, this time showing precise kicking skills through Mohamad Saadeddine and Rabii Kaiache and Granville had back to back goals.

The Granville team was now starting to put their best passages of play together and looked very good on rapid transition through the centre of the ground. The All Australians regained some control of the football and running play from Rene, O’Neil and Drowley saw Lyndsay Ashworth steady and kick a wonderful goal.

The All Australian team emerged winners in what was a quality game for the big crowd and the teams got together after the match for presentations, food and drink.  Both teams acknowledged the tremendous work of Greg Brown in getting the match set up at such a great venue and appreciative crowd at Manuka.

Final Score:

All Australian Team:   15  10  100

Granville Boys High School:   3  1  19

All Australian team – 1. Jordan Rene (NSWACT), 2. Lyndsay Ashworth (WA),  3. Chris McQueen (SA), 4. Michael Scholz (Vic Country),  5. Luke O’Neil (Qld),  6. Graydon Poulsen (Qld),  7. Lindsay Drowley (SA),  8. Scott Crowden (Tas),  9. Bayley Kennedy (Vic Country),  10. Michael Wade (NSWACT),  11. Shane Smith (SA),  12. Luke Miles (Vic Metro), 13. Damien Parry (Vic Metro),  14. Cameron Fraser (NSWACT),  15. David Hallows (WA)

Granville Boys High School – 1. Ahmad El-Hage (VC),  2. Ezadine Dib,  3. Zafir Ali (C),  5. Khaled Zreika,  6. Jacob Alameddine,  7. Bassil Kassem,  8. Mohaned Alssaja,  9. Rabii Kalache,  10. Ali Moussa,  11. Mohamad Saadeddine,  13, Kili Tufua,  14. Kareen Galil,  5. Shadi Ghazal

Coaches Awards – David Hallows and Ahmad El-Hage

Players Awards – Jordan Rene and Mohamed Alssaje.

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2016 Rubies Netball Team

The Rubies netball team were presented their uniform prior to the Adelaide Thunderbirds match on Saturday 18th June.

They will be competing for the Marie Little OAM Shield in Sydney from August 20th-21st. The competition is for players with an intellectual disability.

We wish them the best of luck and know they will do SA proud!

Thanks to Netball SA and the Adelaide Thunderbirds for their support.

Congratulations to the following players and officials who made the Rubies team in 2016!

Amanda Berry
Alexandra Connell
Storm Duncan
Kim Flannigan
Ashlee Hartnett
Isabella Ivancic-Holland
Joanna Klaosen
Stephanie Koutroumbis
Jodie Lewis
Samantha Walker

Tricia Crockford (Coach)
Samantha Luck (Assistant Coach)
Karen Hay (Team Manager)


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