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Sign up for spring sports

04 Jul 2018

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By Stephanie Zhang

Docklands workers who are interested in playing sports or staying active can register for Active Melbourne City Sports’ (AMCS) spring season up until Monday, July 16.

AMCS is a program that aims to encourage physical activity for those who often cannot find time to do so.

It holds its games during lunchtimes and evenings, and encourages participation from anyone regardless of previous experience.

“It’s a great way for colleagues to get out of the office, have fun, be active, and play a sport they love,” AMCS co-ordinator Claire Picone said.

The spring season includes netball, held during Thursday lunchtimes, 3v3 basketball, held during Wednesday lunchtimes, and twilight soccer, held during Tuesday and Friday evenings. Games take place in Docklands Sports Courts.

Seasons are 14 weeks long and are followed by two weeks of finals. Round one for the upcoming spring season begins in the week of Monday, July 30.

Registrations are open for teams or participants at amcs.melbourne.vic.gov.au.

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