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The email was as clear as a Steve Waugh stare at a steaming Curtly Ambrose. Parents are encouraged to enjoy the many excellent local coffee shops and do some shopping at the nearby not-Westfield mall and return to

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Angry parents

Play by the Rules is, by its nature, an interactive website. Every few days the team here receives an enquiry from someone involved in grassroots sport looking for advice or help in dealing with an issue. When we

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Former Australian men’s gymnast Brennon Dowrick well knows the power of words.

When a young and very nervous Dowrick debuted in international competition in China in the 1980s, he fell off the pommel horse during

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Mental Health

There is a new phrase you are likely to hear more of around sports clubs in coming years — mental health literacy.

It is the concept of increasing the ability of players, parents and coaches to recognise the

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Bullying boy

There is no two ways about it: bullying has no place in sport. What is bullying? It’s all about power!

  • POWER: At the core of most bullying is the issue of Power: one person or a group of people trying to exert

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In March the community website from the USA, Switching the Field (www.switchingthefield.com), published an interesting article that resonated with over 17,000 people on the Play by the Rules Facebook page. Switching the

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A recent incident involving Australian women’s national basketball team player Alice Kunek posting a photo of herself with her face painted black for an end-of-season dress up party invoked public outrage and

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In the perfect world there would never be any complaints and we wouldn't need to understand anything about complaint handling. Unfortunately we don't live in a perfect world. Things can go wrong and people have a right

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coaching athletes with disability

How much impairment specific knowledge do you need to coach an athlete with a disability? 

It's a good question. An interesting question. One that has come up time and time again over the years.   

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