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Australia Full-contact games and training to return for junior and senior community sports

04:07  01 july  2020
04:07  01 july  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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Restrictions on junior and senior sports games are starting to ease state-by-state, as amateur athletes and aspiring professionals return to the field for the first time in months.

For 11-year-old soccer player Sam, not being able to play with his local high-performance team was a massive shock to the system.

He has been able to train with his teammates for a few weeks, but social distancing had been hard to manage.

"There's a lot of things we miss out on like we're not allowed to tackle anymore and so that's made it really difficult to train."

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But from today, community sports teams in New South Wales can resume full-contact games and training with distancing measures still in place for coaches and spectators.

Sam said he could not wait to play with his team as he could before the lockdown.

"It's more enjoyable with your friends; it's better than doing it alone, doing it at home, locked up in quarantine, so it's been good to get back."

His teammate Liam said playing sports again was just an excuse to reunite with friends he ha d not seen in months.

"You get to see your friends who you don't go to the same school with," he said.

"You can run around, get energy, have fun, make new friends and play with them."

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"For me it's always been my dream to play at the highest level possible, and that's where I'm striving to get to."

But after training solo for the past few months, he said being able to resume full-contact play was a massive move for his professional prospects.

"Now that we can start training as a team again, and playing with the boys, it's definitely a big move compared to during COVID where we were just by ourselves and not having anything to do."

He said even basic ball skills would need some refreshing now contact was allowed.

"Being able to get that back pre-match is really important because it's almost another skill you learn coming back."

After being told his local Aussie Rules team in Armidale, New South Wales could not find enough players to field a team for next season, he joined the neighbouring Tamworth side.

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Mr Dunn said it was sometimes hard to keep up with the constant change of plans during the pandemic.

"It's been almost day by day, one day it's going to be this, and the next day you don't know what’s going to happen," he said.

"It's crazy not knowing what's coming ahead."

How will the return of sport help young players?

Richard Keegan, an associate professor in sport and exercise psychology at the University of Canberra , said the return of sport could not have come sooner.

"There's a lot of social connection that happens through sport, and that's sorely missed in the last few months," he said.

He said the positive effect of sport on both mental health and community cohesion was well established, with younger athletes the bigger winners from the easing restrictions.

"The nice thing about being able to participate in sport is that you kind of get them all at once, it's not like you just slice off one of those benefits," he said.

"you're achieving all of these advances across physical, emotional, problem solving, social, it's a wonderful thing."

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