Sporting Clubs

Greenwich Sports Club, a community club established in 1936, is committed to:

  • Enhancing the lives of all its members and the spirit of its community through participation in sport;
  • Ensuring fairness in attitude, respect, equity in action and integrity;
  • Providing friendship and enjoyment.
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Address Longueville Uniting Church cnr Kenneth St & Christina St Longueville NSW 2066 Phone: 8877 5300

Gentle exercise to improve strength, balance and coordination.

Mondays 11.00am-11.55am, 10 week term, from $110/$88 (concession)

Bookings essential

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Address Stewart Street Longueville NSW 2066 Australia Phone: 9428 2276 Website: http://www.lc12ftssc.org.au/

Sailing on the Lane Cove River since 1918.  Very active Learn to Sail Courses.

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Conveniently located at 151 Burns Bay Road, with on-site parking and buses at the door, Lane Cove Bowling & Recreation Club is an ideal place to relax and unwind in a tranquil environment. We offer both social and bowling memberships and new players are welcome to try out bowls before deciding on joining. Whether you are interested in playing bowls, wish to relax after work or catch up with friends, the club bar is open daily and social membership is just $10 per year.

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Address Blackman Park The brand new synthetic ovals 1 and 2 Lane Cove West NSW 2066 Mobile: 0450-581-108 Mobile: 0412-637-699 Mobile: 0417-684-989 Website: www.lanecovecats.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/LaneCoveCats?_rdr=p

Why Kids Play AFL?

AFL Auskick and Juniors:
* is for active, strong and healthy kids;
* is fun and competitive; and
* helps kids learn skills and build confidence.

As kids progress they:
* get a good aerobic workout and develop a healthy lifestyle;
* develop mateships and become good sports; and
* learn about teamwork, strategy and game tactics.

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Lane Cove Cricket Club is the oldest Shires cricket club in the Sydney Cricket Association as well as being one of the largest Junior clubs on the North Shore and fielding a flourishing Masters (over 40s) contingent.

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Lane Cove Swim Club

Lane Cove Swim Club (LCSC) is a non-profit community swimming club based at Lane Cove Aquatic Centre, 2 Little Street Lane Cove.   We promote swimming in the community at every level from recreational and fitness to elite athlete squad training for competition at local, statewide and national swimming meets.  We are one of the oldest swimming clubs in Australia. Lane Cove Olympic pool was opened in 1961 and Lane Cove Swim Club was founded shortly afterwards.

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Lane Cove Tennis Club (LCTC) is a registered not-for-profit community organisation and is operated entirely by volunteers under the guidance of the LCTC Committee. We aim to provide high quality tennis and fitness facilities (alongside the associated amenities) to our members and the broader Lane Cove community.

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Address Lloyd Rees Drive Lane Cove West NSW 2066 Mobile: 0417 667 020 Website: http://www.tennis.com.au/lcwtc/
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Northern Suburbs Little Athletics Centre (NSLAC) caters for children aged between 5 and 17 of all abilities.  The focus is on children improving their “PB” – personal best result – over the season.  Talented athletes may also have the opportunity to compete in higher level competitions, possibly right up to State representation, subject to qualification.

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Shinbukan offers traditional  Japanese training in self defence, karate, ninjutsu and a variety of Japanese martial arts.
Soke Crando Saito, has had extensive experience in the martial arts since 1957 and is currently the only Japanese Grand Master  living in Australia.
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The St Michael’s O/35 Football Club is based in Lane Cove and plays in the Northern Suburbs Football Association (formerly KDSA). There are close to 1400 players registered in the 5 Divisions that make up the O/35s competitions. Each year there are more and more players joining to play the “world game”.

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