Australian Deaf Games

** To the Victorian women players who interested be part of Victorian team, please send out the EOI form before April and Deaf Netball Victoria booked training sessions start April. Click here to check out training sessions date and time **

*** To Victorian Mixed Player - More infomation will be release soon. If you keen play for Mixed team, please email secretary@deafnetballvictoria.org.au ***

ADG 2016 infomation :

The 2016 Australian Deaf Games will occur in Adelaide between the 9 to 16 January. It is anticipated that over 1,000 athletes and officials will be involved in over 14 sports at venues located around Adelaide but predominately in the area (suburbs) between the Central Business District and Glenelg. The Games Hub location will be finalised shortly by the Games Organising Committee. 

The Games Organising Committee Members are:

Chairperson - Kym Jacobs

Operations & Logistics Coordinator - Johanna Plante

Sports Coordinator - Kylie Rickards

Registration & Accreditation Coordinator - Jenni Webb

Volunteers Coordinator - Maria Williams

Marketing & Communications Coordinator - Leigh-Anne Edwards

Ceremonies & Social Coordinator - Timothy Morgan

Deaf Expo Coordinator - Katrina Lancaster-Maggs

The Games Organising Committee will oversee the event together with an appointed Event Manager. Games Services will include the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Social and Cultural Activities, Transport and Medical Services.

An online registration facility together will a number of accommodation choices will be provided from January 2015. 

The following sports are likely to be played -

* Athletics * Basketball
* Beach Volleyball * Cricket
* Darts * Eight Ball
* Football and Futsal * Golf
* Lawn Bowls * Netball
* Rugby 7's * Squash
* Swimming * Tennis
* Tenpin Bowling * Touch Football

Deaf Sport Australia would like to thank the South Australian Government and Events SA for their support and commitment to the Games. Their professional approach and experience will help to ensure the Games are a great success.

More information on
Deaf Sports Australia website or Australian Deaf Games website