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Nations of Origin

 

Overview

Nations of Origin is the largest Aboriginal youth sporting event in New South Wales (NSW) with more than 3500 participants since the inception of the program. The Nations of Origin Program is a multifaceted sport, cultural, education and leadership program which culminates during National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) week annually. The program has four main components: reconciliation, education, cultural identity and sport.

To be eligible to participate in Nations of Origin all participants are required to have an 80% school attendance rate. All participating sporting teams must consist of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal young people with a ratio of 70:30 in the formation of the teams.

The tournament has three sports available for young people to participate: rugby league, football and netball.

The times and dates for these events in 2017 are:

For nomination information follow the links below.

Contacts

Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC)
1c Mimika Avenue
Whalan NSW 2770
Ph: (02) 9625 9111
Fax: (02) 9625 9333
Email: stateoffice@pcycnsw.org.au

or

Justine Russell
Email: jrussell@pcyc.org.au

Links

 
Last updated: 2 March 2017
 
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