OSFO Executive Planning Workshop Completed

OSFO executive members, along with Sport Business Partners and the ASC, finished what was a productive couple of days evaluating and planning OSFO's role in sport development over the next four years.  "Being in our sixth year of operation it was time that we reflected on the past, and set some goals for the future," said Chet Gray, OSFO's Secretary General.  "We look forward to reviewing our work with our members at our assembly in Nadi in March."


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On Wednesday May 29th the Australian Sports Commission conducted a briefing for all Australian and Oceania Sports Federations on their new PSP program. This program is an extension of its existing one that currently invovles five sports - Netball, Football, Rugby, League and Cricket.  The program is now open to all Austrlaian sports but requires that they submit an application in partnership with their Oceania body.

OSFO can support sports currently in the program and those wanting to apply this round.  We will be conducting some webinars over the next week to act as forums for discussion.

Notification of times will be advertised on our website.


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