Playing football or rugby gives Indigenous students a chance to “feel proud’ of their culture and people, a national study has found. The Indigenous Australian students […]
Why hasn’t AFL set-shot kicking improved with other advancements in the game? Goal kicking is getting worse with data revealing a historic low of 51.1% of […]
COVID-19 has confined families to their home with children struggling to fill the void left by regular sporting activities and outside play, but parents can take […]
A youth sport summit to be held in Adelaide this Thursday will gather leaders across South Australia’s schools, sporting organisations and government to learn from internationally […]
The delicate issue of unwanted parental interference in children’s sport – and how to ensure parents help rather than hinder their child’s participation – has seen […]
The latest theories on coaching, fitness and nutrition, elite and Indigenous footballers, women in the AFL, junior and community football development are covered in a new book from Flinders.
Flinders University research has found that many parents are unwittingly driving their children to quit sport because of intense, post-match grillings.
Hundreds of South Australian primary school students descended on Flinders University yesterday for a footy extravaganza with a twist.