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Young blind girl playing with a range of sports balls including AFL, soccer, tennis and netball

Game Changer Sports Equipment Reuse Scheme

IIT led a consortium of partners to form a sports equipment exchange scheme that collects donated good quality, preloved sports equipment and redistributes it to Tasmanian youth – mostly in … Read more
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Community Achievement Awards Semi Finalist award

IIT & BCT Semi Finalist in Tas Community Achievement Awards – ABC Radio Interview

Exciting News! We’re thrilled to announce that both IIT and Blind Cricket Tasmania have been named as semi-finalists for the prestigious Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards!
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Print Radio Tas Interviews BCT

Print Radio Tas Interviews BCT

Listen to a recent interview with Blind Cricket Tasmania (BCT) – conducted by Tony Freeman on behalf of Print Radio Tasmania (PRT).
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Jess wins IIT / Diemen Awards Emerging Talent Award

Jess wins IIT / Diemen Awards Emerging Talent Award

The 2023 Tasmanian Creative Industries ‘Diemen Awards’ was held recently, with IIT Director Katy Cooper presenting Jessica Stennings with her Emerging Talent ‘Inclusive Work’ Award for a person living with a disability.
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Community members meeting for the Blind Cricket Tasmania day

Clarence B&LV Multi-sport Come & Try Day Success

The first IIT B&LV Multi-sport Come & Try Day on the Eastern Shore was a great success. Big thanks go to Clarence City Council for their fantastic support, and Blind Sports Australia for the audio balls and equipment.
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NCIC tigers team

Congrats to the NCIC Tigers & ‘CATS’ team

Congratulations to the Blind Cricket Tas group, the Tas Tigers players, and of course the dual TAS/ACT team that competed for the first time at the 2023 National Inclusion Cricket Championships.
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