Business Award Winners

Posted: May 25, 2018 in Awards and Recognition School Sports Programs USA Scholarships
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The Local Business Awards acknowledge outstanding local businesses and their people who go above and beyond.

Bring it on Sports have been delivering sports, dance, fitness and self defence activities to primary and secondary schools  for 11 years.

We also offer USA Scholarship services, school holiday & vacation care programs, children’s parties, sports travel, corporate activities, coaching seminars and skills clinics.

We are very proud to be the recipients of the 2018 St George Local Business Award for Outstanding Fitness Services! We would like to thank our dedicated team of coaches and instructors for all their hard work and acknowledge our valued clients for their continued support.

For more information about our services please contact us at: 0406 538 634,,



Posted: January 25, 2018 in School Sports Programs
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Due to growth within our company we are currently seeking applications from experienced sports, dance and fitness coaches to join our friendly team.

Shifts currently available are as follows.

To apply please send your resume to

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Posted: January 18, 2018 in OOSH School Sports Programs Vacation Care
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We all know that it is important for children to be exposed to many different types of sports and activities as it helps their development, however, it’s not always feasible to provide these opportunities.

Does your primary school, high school, vacation care or OOSH wish to provide more activities for students however are finding it difficult due to staffing issues or lack of  sporting skills?

Bring it on Sports can provide sports, dance and fitness activities to keep your students engaged… Why not give Paul a call on 0406 538 634 to discuss your requirements and see if we can help you meet your goals…


Posted: April 18, 2016 in American Football Camps & Clinics NFL FLAG School Sports Programs Youth Football
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YES!  It’s time of the year again in Australia!  The end of Term 1 of school and to be honest some parents dread it. What do you do with your kids?  How do you keep them entertained? We have brought a new sport to Australia that the kids will love!  It’s called NFL Flag.  

NFL FLAG provides opportunities for children age 7-17 to enjoy America’s favorite sport in Australia! Players benefit by being physically active through non-contact, continuous action while learning the fundamentals of football, lessons in teamwork and sportsmanship.

This is a no-contact sport, and penalties for contact will be enforced. Tackling, blocking, stiff-arming or physical contact of any kind is not allowed.

Football is one of the most exciting and popular sports for kids. But whether it’s because of limited size or ability, or the desire to keep from getting hurt, not all kids want to play tackle football and many parents are concerned about the violent nature of the game.

Flag football has proven to be a much safer sport for kids that still includes the high action appeal of football with far less of the common injuries associated with tackle football: concussions, broken bones, sprains, and dislocations.



#growingthegame #nflflag #americanfootball #gridirion #schoolholidaycamps #bringitonsports

Sydney School Tackles American Football

Posted: October 22, 2015 in American Football School Sports Programs Youth Football
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imagesBring it on Sports are very excited and proud to announce we now have our first ever Australian school participating in TACKLE GRIDIRON for sports.

Inspired by Jarryd Hayne’s move to the NFL and growing interest in the sport locally, Moriah College in Sydney, is actually the first school in Australia to introduce Tackle Gridiron (American Football) to their sports curriculum.

The students thoroughly enjoyed their first sessions and the school sports co-ordinator was glowing in Moriah College Helmethis praise:  “Thank you again for a wonderful introduction to your program”

Over the coming weeks, the students will receive their helmets and shoulder pads and will be coached to learn the skills of tackling, snapping, throwing and blocking.

Coach Paul Manera and the staff at Bring it on Sports are looking forward to expanding tackle football into neighbouring schools to create an Eastern Suburbs Schools Competition – a first for Australia.

If you would like to introduce Tackle Football to your school email us!



Posted: August 26, 2015 in School Sports Programs
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SCHOOL SPORTS – Regular participation in sport and physical activity is associated with a range of physical and mental health benefits both in childhood and adulthood. Active children generally become healthy adults and schools play a key role in contributing to that outcome.

Bring it on Sports are strong believers that sport provides a vehicle for a number of social, physical, emotional and moral learnings.  In school sport the prime concern is to give all students the opportunity for participation, enjoyment and skills development.

We are now taking booking for Term 4 Summers Sports.   Following are some suggestions however we are able to deliver any sport you require so for further information or to book please contact Paul on 0406 538 634 or send an email

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Bring it on Sports & Cricket NSW

Posted: August 28, 2014 in Cricket School Sports Programs
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Bring it on Sports has been chosen as one of five professional sports providers to deliver the Cricket NSW programs in NSW schools for the 2014/2015 cricket season.

Cricket NSW is embarking on a program which will enable thousands of primary and high school children the opportunity to engage in cricket programs for years to come.

For more information or to book a Cricket NSW School Program email


Play Flag Gridiron

Posted: August 18, 2014 in American Football Flag Gridiron School Sports Programs
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If you like Oz Tag you’ll LOVE Flag Gridiron!



Flag Gridiron (or Flag Football) is a modified version of tackle American football.  Instead of tackling players to the ground, the defensive team tackles a player by pulling their flag or flag belt. The object of the game is to score touchdowns by advancing the ball up the field by running or throwing the ball, and crossing the end zone line. 

In the USA, American football has been played since the mid-1800s. The first college game of football occurred between Princeton and Rutgers in 1895. The game of flag football has been around for as nearly as long as tackle football. Flag football was played as a recreational activity for American military personal in the 1940s. Recreational leagues began in the USA in the 1940s and 50s.

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Flag Gridiron requires each player to have a flag or flag belt, an American football, and cones to designate the end zones. No helmets or shoulder pads are allowed.   Good flag gridiron players can start, stop, and change directions quickly. Players can work on their agility by running round cones, and jumping rope. Anyone can play Flag Gridiron! Men, women and children! 

Aussie kids graded D- in physical activity report card

Posted: May 21, 2014 in School Sports Programs TouchDown Kids
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D- Report CardAustralian school children rank among the worst in the world for overall physical activity levels, narrowly avoiding a FAIL in a new national report card.

Supported by the National Heart Foundation of Australia and Exercise and Sports Science Australia, the inaugural Active Healthy Kids Australia Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth has found 80% of 5-17 year olds are not meeting the Australian physical activity guidelines of at least 60 minutes of exercise each day.

The Report Card on Physical Activity has been compiled in the hope that it will help inform the nation on how active our children and young people really are. The vision is to update the Report Card annually and continue to collate emerging research and trends to “score” the nation on the levels of physical activity in children and young people.
Report author Natasha Schranz, PhD from the University of South Australia said too many Australian parents believe playing sport is enough to keep their kids healthy. “Australia is a sporting nation, and vast numbers of children are involved in some type of organised sport but this report clearly shows we need to be looking at further ways to keep kids active when they are not on the sports field,” Dr Schranz said.
“Things like walking to school, playing outside and turning off televisions and computers also contribute to overall health and physical activity levels – and these things are being forgotten.”
Among the 12 grades assigned in the Report Card, key grades include:
  • D- for Overall Physical Activity Levels
  • B-  for Organised Sport and Physical Activity Participation
  • D for Active Transportation (such as riding or walking to school)
  • D- for Sedentary Behaviours (screen time)
The Heart Foundation’s National Lead on Active Living, Associate Professor Trevor Shilton said the evidence can’t be ignored.
“We’re raising a generation of couch potatoes and if we don’t start to reverse this trend this will drive up health problems in the future – obesity, high blood pressure and heart disease,” he said.
“We know what works. We need high quality, mandatory physical activity in our schools. We need to encourage and support our kids to stay active in everyday life – to be social and play outside, to walk and cycle in their neighbourhoods, do some household chores and limit hours of screen time.
“It requires a coordinated response – governments, communities, schools, families and individuals can all play a role, we just need to start the conversation.”

Read the full report card here:

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The above article is copied for your convenience from the Heart Foundation.  The full article is here:


School Sports Spotlight: Badminton

Posted: November 19, 2013 in School Sports Programs
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Bring It On Sports teaches many activities and sports, all with the goals of physical education in mind. We thought that we should spotlight, each week, a different sport or activity that we currently offer our schools so that you could get a better idea of the skills and outcomes that we strive to provide through teaching it. This week we will focus on Badminton:



Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court divided by a net. Players score points by striking a shuttlecock with their racquet so that it passes over the net and lands in their opponents’ half of the court. Each side may only strike the shuttlecock once before it passes over the net. A rally ends once the shuttlecock has struck the floor.

Because of the way that the shuttlecock floats in the air, badminton makes for a great sport to introduce racquets to kids of all ages and abilities. There are easy adaptations, including lowering the net or removing it all together.


Skills And Objectives:

  • Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Agility
  • Hitting With A Racquet
  • Teamwork
  • Game Sense
  • Ball Skills
  • Cooperation

To book Bring it on Sports for your school please contact us. #bringitonsports #schoolsports #Badminton.