Running an AGM

AGM meet and mingleWe are at that time of year where many of you are getting organised for your club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM is an essential requirement for incorporated organisations and is an important event for clubs to communicate with their members, the general public and the committee. The purpose of the meeting is to give a broad overview of the club’s current direction and financial health. It also confirms the club’s purpose to the members and community – this is where your community can commit to the club and its goals for the future.

Most people try to avoid AGMs through fear of “being roped into something”, but what better way to have a positive influence and contribution to your club’s future direction?

Click here for preparation, planning, sample agenda and running an AGM

All Abilities Football & Netball Carnival

Valley Sport have partnered with Netball Victoria and AFL Goulburn Murray to host the All Abilities Football and Netball Carnival on Wednesday 5th September 2018. The carnival will be held at the Mooroopna Recreation Reserve, Joyce Reid Drive, Mooroopna, Victoria, beginning at 10am.

Players from the North East Victoria region are encouraged to enter a team for this inclusive event. It is sure to be a great day where you can be active, showcase your sporting talents with your friends and make new friends too.


You can register a team using the links below. For further information, please contact Jarryd at Valley Sport
Phone: 03 5831 8456

Netball Team Registration
Football Team Registration

RSA’s For Level 3 Good Sports Clubs

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Two of our Level Three Good Sports Accredited clubs have hosted a Responsible Service of Alcohol course to keep their volunteers up-to-date.

As Level 3 Good Sports, Beechworth Football Netball Club and Wangaratta Magpies Football Netball Club have positioned themselves as leaders in their community by having policies and procedures in place ensuring a healthy family-friendly sporting environment.  Sport North East, through The Centre offer discounted Responsible Service of Alcohol course fee’s for Good Sports Accredited Clubs


Being a Good Sports Accredited Club makes your club safer – Providing responsible service of alcohol for members will help to reduce risky drinking and promote a healthy club environment.

It positions your club as a leader – The Good Sports accreditation is recognition of your club’s important role in the community. By role-modelling positive behaviours, your club will be more family-friendly and can have a lasting impact on the community.

There are more funding opportunities – A strong and family-friendly club is attractive to sponsors and funders. Good Sports clubs see an increase in sponsorship dollars and are often looked on more favourably for grant applications.

You club stays ahead of the game – We’ve done the research and we know what success looks like. Joining Good Sports is a commitment to making your club the best it can be.

Head to the Good Sports website to register for the Accreditation program and one of the Sport North East Good Sports Project Officers will contact you.