Get to Know the GO! Program

We are hosting a FREE online webinar to answer all your questions about our VicHealth funded program, GO!

GO! is Squash & Racquetball Victoria's social sport program for teens. We acknowledge that our members and centre owners have been doing it tough throughout COVID-19 restrictions, but we hope that this program will provide you with an opportunity to get more young people involved in our sports.


What will the webinar cover? 

  • Learn more about the GO! program and how it can benefit your club. 

  • Hear about VicHealth's Doing Sport Differently Principles. 

  • Tips on how to get young people on court as we come out of COVID-19. 

  • Opportunity to ask any questions! 

When: Thursday 17th of December, 2020
Time: 5pm - 6pm 
Where: Zoom, click the button below to register.

Any questions please contact our Program Manager here.

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GO! as a Hub

Third places are informal public places such as community gardens, sports clubs, cafes, libraries and even events that are open to everyone. They help people feel part of their community and contribute to the overall social health and sense of community! 

Inspired by the the concept of third places, we understand the importance of our squash and racquetball venues being a home away from home for young people.




Give it a GO!

GO! is a fantastic way to introduce young people to squash or racquetball! It is the perfect complement to other sports by helping to enhance hand-eye coordination, spacial awareness and reflexes. This is an indoor sport so perfect for winter - no wash outs! 

Get in touch with the staff at Squash & Racquetball Victoria to register your interest today. Set up is really so easy and we support you along the way.  

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Growing Participation in Sport

The Growing Participation in Sport program is a new investment that aims to deliver proven participation opportunities. VicHealth has partnered with Squash and Racquetball Victoria to help create the greatest impact on increasing participation in physical activity.

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Meredith Hodson

Sports Program Manager


To get up-to-date information on the progress of Squash and Racquetball GO! please contact Meredith on her email provided.