Sports and Recreation

Sport and recreational activities at PCYC Dalby

Boxing

Sparring & training for competitive fights — Teens & Adults
Cost: $5.00 per person per session
Please speak to our boxing coaches before your first session to see what training is right for you.

 

Ignition Boxing

Our Ignition program is a partnership between PCYC and Arrow Energy, the objective of which is to improve the relationship between young people and local police service through accessible and inclusive activities that promote an active and healthy lifestyle.  The two main activities we focus on are boxing and laser skirmish.

Our boxing program is run 2 afternoons a week and is focused on the age group 10—16.   This program is delivered by qualified instructors and aims to teach the skills & discipline required for boxing, as well as teaches the kids respect for their peers and adults.

Ignition—Ages 10-16
Cost: Free
There is limited available space for this program, so please speak to our Branch Manager to check availability.

Gymnastics/KinderGym

KinderGym

Our KinderGym program is a movement-based learning experience for children under five years and their parents or caregivers.  Educational research tells us that children learn best through exploring and discovering their abilities via targeted physical activity.

KinderGym classes are structured sessions, which introduce basic skills and strength building activities.  Our program is designed to inspire motor milestone development, boost confidence and cognitive development and provides a platform for social interaction.

KinderGym provides a safe environment for children to develop physical literacy in a fun playful way

Recreational Gymnastics

We believe that gymnastics is amongst the best Physical Education a person can receive.  We know that gymnastics is the foundation for all human movement; and by extension; for other sports.  Programs are progressive allowing for advancement through the skill syllabus at the students own pace.  Our program is a seamless pathway through to any level of gymnastic participation.

Our Recreational program follows a state-wide delivered syllabus, so gymnasts can change class and location if required, while continuing to receive a consistent quality teaching program.  All our coaches are accredited, and our syllabus has been specially developed to provide a structured learning program in a non-competitive environment. At every level our classes are designed to be fun, educational and improve movement skills for life.

 

Indigenous Programs

Indigenous Programs Development Unit (IPDU) actively runs the Indigenous Community Sport & Recreation Program (ICSRP). The aim and objective is to increase participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people in sport and recreational activities within the community to improve Physical, Social and Emotional wellbeing. Our ISCRP currently runs activities and events within the PCYC, Schools and community.

Netball

Ladies Competition—Adults (ages 15+)
Cost: $900 per team per season

Mixed Netball—Adults (ages 15+)
Cost: $700 per team per season

Junior Competition— Prep to  17 years
Cost: $80 per child per season

Basketball

Junior—Ages 7—12

Cost: $100 semester

Games on Monday afternoon, and training on Friday afternoons.

Season 1: Term 1 and 4

Mixed Competition—Adults (ages 15+) Cost: $830 per team

Social

Cost: $6.00 per person per session

No set games or team. Just come along and shoot a few hoops!

Table Tennis

Social Cost: $5.00 per person per session.