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JK King Homes and Chittick’s Bakery Stats: Round 6, 2024

 

Warrnambool 19.11.125 defeated Portland 12.9.81

Koroit 9.14.68 defeated North Warrnambool Eagles 8.7.55

Port Fairy 9.10.64 defeated by Camperdown 11.14.80

Hamilton Kangaroos 4.10.34 defeated by Terang Mortlake 13.8.86

Cobden 5.4.34 defeated by South Warrnambool 17.13.115

South West Sports Trainers Association: Round 6

 

The No HARM approach
Following the No HARM will ensure a player can look after the injury correctly and return to play in a timely matter. This is a guide for strains and sprains.


ICE treatment or RICE should still be applied in the first 48-72hours.


What is the NO HARM Approach?
No HARM is about avoiding things that may contribute or can make an injury worse.
No Heat- Heat can increase the bleeding
No Alcohol- Alcohol can also increase bleeding and swelling
No Running or exercise- This can also increase the bleeding to the injured area and delay healing
No Massage- Massage increases swelling and bleeding, this also to delays the healing process.

What’s the key to the No HARM approach?
It’s essential the No HARM rule is followed for the first 72 hours of an injury.
Always consult a doctor or go to emergency if you are concerned about your injury.

References
Better Health Channel Sports Injuries www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au
Updated-Aug/2015, Accessed- 3/04/2016


ALWAYS CONSULT A TRAINED PROFESSIONAL. This information is a resource and provides an overview. It’s not a substitute for medical advice and you should always see a trained professional practicing in sports medicine, your doctor or seek assistance of the hospital if the injury/ health concern requires urgent attention.

Important Dates

  • First Aid and CPR update available on Sunday 16th of June 2024. This starts at 10am. Questions or to register to Samantha Spokes 041 9026171

Proudly supported by:

Pulse CPR, Star Printing, Elastoplast, Strap it, Victor Sports

JK King Homes and Chittick’s Bakery Stats: Round 2, 2024

 

Koroit 4.8.32 defeated by Cobden 10.9.69

Port Fairy 10.14.74 defeated by Warrnambool 16.10.106

North Warrnambool Eagles 22.28.160 defeated Portland 7.4.46

Hamilton Kangaroos 10.8.68 defeated Camperdown 3.11.29

Terang Mortlake 9.8.62 defeated by South Warrnambool 11.13.79

JK King Homes and Chittick’s Bakery Stats: Round 1, 2024

 

Warrnambool 8.11.59 defeated by Koroit 9.12.66

South Warrnambool 14.11.95 defeated North Warrnambool Eagles 11.6.72

Portland Tigers 4.4.28 defeated by Port Fairy 17.13.115

Cobden 10.15.75 defeated Hamilton Kangaroos 4.6.30

Camperdown 6.13.49 defeated by Terang Mortlake 12.6.78

McCluggage surpasses game 150

 

SOUTH Warrnambool export Hugh McCluggage ticked off another achievement last weekend, with the Brisbane Lion playing his 150th game against the Adelaide Crows last Saturday.

The 25 year-old produced a big effort in his milestone match, kicking two goals from 28 touches as the Lions held to triumph by six points at the GABBA.

It was strong exclamation point on what has been a blossoming career since he joined the Lions in 2016, with his performances over the year warranting All Australian squad selection and top three finishes in the Merrett-Murray Medal and his team-mates voting him as vice-captain ahead of this season.

McCluggage shunned the limelight ahead of his 150th match but did speak pre-game about how proud he was of his achievement.

“It has been an amazing journey,” he said.

“To become part of a club that was struggling when we got here but is now one of the most consistent organisations on and off the field is something I’m extremely grateful for and am proud to have played a small part in.

“There have been many special moments and I have met a lot of great people along the journey.

The victory kept the Lions in the hunt for a top two berth and home qualifying final, with McCluggage keen to go as deep into September with his club.

“My sole goal now is achieve the ultimate in team success,” he said.

“I think that for as long as I play, I’ll be striving to improve individually but I want to make sure that those around me are getting better each day and we keep a culture that nurtures and attracts great people so that we can be a consistently great club for a long time.”

The Lions take on Collingwood on Friday night at Marvel Stadium.

South West Sports Trainers Association: Round 14

 

Sports Trainers are wanted

There is a high demand for sports trainers, as the Association looks to plan courses for pre-season in 2024. These courses include First Aid, CPR update, Sports trainers’ level 1 course and the possibility of more.

There are lots of benefits in becoming a sports trainer. The Association is happy to help anyone interested and can facilitate been paired with a mentor or some experience with a sports trainer for a day.

New and Improved!!!

We look forward to holding our final meeting and AGM for 2023 on Sunday the 6th of August at 1pm in Warrnambool.

We welcome a guest speaker from feet up, sports and podiatry. Her presentation will include shin splits, plantar fasciitis and tight calves.

Agenda also includes:

  • Treasures report
  • Election of 2024 officer bearers
  • Door Prizes

The Association is ran by the officer bearers and a dedicated sub-committee. We welcome anyone interested to join the committee even if it’s not in an officer bearing position- Many Hands Make Light Work

Please note:

  • Current, interested or sports trainers are most welcome to attend
  • RSVP to 0419026171 Essential to ensure adequate seating

All Inquiries are most welcomed

For information please contact Samantha 0419026171

Proudly Supported by: The Flying Horse, Warrnambool – Pulse CPR – Star Printing

Email: sspokes@yahoo.com.au | Facebook page: South West Trainers

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