Updated at 28/01/22
The Community Bank Parkdale Beachside Gift Committee is proud to announce the Dingley Hotel sponsorship of the 70m Open handicap for the fifth consecutive year.
For terrific food, accommodation and functions the staff at the Dingley Hotel will make you stay a wonderful experience.
As the accommodation provider for the Community Bank Parkdale Beachside Gift the Dingley Hotel is located is located 5 minutes from the track.
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The Beachside Gift Committee is proud to announce the William Buck 2 Mile Championship for Men at the Gift on Saturday 5 February 2022 at Mentone Reserve. A prize pool of $3000 is on offer and last years 2 Mile has been remembered as one of the best races on the Australian Athletic Calendar. Watch the last two laps of the race to relive the incredibly tight finish. https://youtu.be/3zrfSRDzTZY
The Committee is pleased to announce that Olympians, Tokyo finalist in 1500m current world Number 3 Stewart McSwyen will be back to avenge his close second in this year’s Gift.
William Buck Director Neil Brennan said ‘William Buck was proud to be associated with The Beachside Gift as it provides an incredible experience for both athletes and spectators alike. We hope you are all able to attend this fantastic event as it continues to grow in statue as one of Australia’s preeminent athletic events in the country’.
Entries for the Community Bank Parkdale and Mentone East Beachside Gift are now open.
Over $20,000 is up for grabs on Saturday 5 February 2022 at the magnificent new facility at Mentone Reserve, Venice Street Mentone. With support of the Mentone Cricket Club and the St Bede’s Football Club the day promises to see Australia’s best Athletes on show.
Olympic bronze medalist Ash Moloney is a confirmed starter and the next big name will drop tonight.Highlights on the day are the following races each worth $3000:
• Community Bank Beachside Gift for Men and Women 120m
• Community Bank 800m Men
• Australian Fitness Academy RTO No. 21062 800m Women’s
• William Buck Beachside Gift Men’s 2 Mile Championship
• Dancing with the Black Dog Beachside Gift Women’s 2 Mile Championship Sponsored by Hodges
A great opportunity for any distance athletes is available with a free registration for any distance races (race entry only) at the Beachside Gift. So, if you’re a distance athlete and want the opportunity to race against Australia’s best on handicap, here’s your chance.
This years Community Bank Gift will be shown live on Kayo Sports for 3.5 hours. This year’s event in 2021 was voted Victorian Athletic League Inc Meeting of the Year so get you entries in now and don’t miss this years Gift.
The Beachside Gift was proud to accept the award for ‘Meeting of the Year’ for the Parkdale Gift in 2021 at the Victorian Athletic League Inc season opener at Meadowglen on Sunday 29 November.
The award was voted on by the Victorian Runners and Trainers Association. The organising committee is looking to another successful event with the move to Mentone Reserve and the unveiling of the rebranded Community Bank Parkdale and Mentone East Beachside Gift on Saturday 5 February 2022.
The 2022 Beachside Gift, held at Mentone Reserve, home of the St. Bedes Mentone Tigers Football Club, boasts a very impressive 2nd floor viewing platform of the field.
In conjunction with Holmesglen Tafe Hospitality students, a special lunch and drinks will be provided for anyone who attends the Beachside Gift.
Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
Mind Games Panel – Mental Health and Australian Sport
The Dingley Hotel – 31st January 2020 from 6:30pm
One in five Australians experience mental ill-health every year. Come listen to some of Australia’s sporting greats as they describe their experiences with mental health and wellbeing.
Sports is all in the mind, even though it’s all about the body. The Mind Games panel of experts will open up and discuss, mental health, positive psychology, strategic thinking, resilience and the competitive spirit – on an off the field.
The Mind Games panel of experts will open up and discuss, mental health, positive psychology, strategic thinking, resilience and the competitive spirit – on an off the field. The panel will discuss strategies and new actions currently being taken
Mind Games Panel Members
About this Event
One in five Australians experiences mental ill-health every year. With so few Australians seeking professional help for mental ill-health, it’s more important than ever to ensure your players, members and parents feel safe, connected and supported.
Mental wellness is not something that has typically been on the radar of clubs, but several high profile athletes have recently revealed their battles with mental health issues, and sports administrators are looking for ways to act.
The sporting environment hasn’t always been one that encourages this level of openness when it comes to mental health. It has often been seen as a place where vulnerability is a sign of weakness and a mental health condition as a private battle to be fought but not spoken about.
Perhaps not surprisingly, sporting teams who have embraced vulnerability and open dialogue around mental health have often enjoyed better on-field results.
Date: Friday, 31st January 2020
Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm AEDT
Location: The Dingley Hotel, 334 Boundary Rd, Dingley Village VIC 3172
Ticket Price: $22.19 per person
Tables of 10
Individual tickets sold if required
Includes Two course meal
Drinks at bar prices
More announcements to follow
To book please follow the link below
|10:30||Hodges Healthy Start Fitness & Pilates|
|12:00||Booran Holden Cheltenham & Southland Kia 70m||Heat|
|12:38||VAL U14 120m||Heat|
|12:49||Booran Holden Cheltenham & Southland Kia 70m||Semi|
|1:03||Dingley Hotel U18 Junior Parkdale Girls Gift 120m||Heat|
|1:20||Dingley Hotel U18 Junior Parkdale Boys Gift 120m||Heat|
|1:34||Geoff & Angie Gledhill Masters 120m||Heat|
|1:57||Booran Holden Cheltenham & Southland Kia 70m||FINAL|
|2:00||Boxing Begins – Card List||Bouts x20|
|2:02||VAL U14 120m||FINAL|
|2:06||Dingley Hotel U18 Junior Parkdale Girls Gift 120m||FINAL|
|2:11||Dingley Hotel U18 Junior Parkdale Boys Gift 120m||FINAL|
|2:16||Geoff & Angie Gledhill Masters 120m||FINAL|
|2:24||Bendigo Bank 120m Womens Gift||Heat|
|2:53||Bendigo Bank 120m Mens Gift||Heat|
|3:30||Kip McGrath Mentone Little Athletics Sprints||Misc|
|4:15||Mintel Womens 800m||Heat|
|4:35||Australian Fitness Academy Open 800m||Heat|
|4:50||Bendigo Bank 120m Womens Gift||Semi|
|5:06||Bendigo Bank 120m Mens Gift||Semi|
|5:37||Mintel Womens 800m||FINAL|
|5:42||Australian Fitness Academy Open 800m||FINAL|
|5:50||Kip McGrath U18 Girls 300m||Heat|
|6:06||Moorabbin Airport U18 Boys 300m||Heat|
|6:18||Fit Learning Womens & Masters 300m||Heat|
|7:02||Cleanaway Open 400m||Heat|
|7:30||St.KildaFC&Moorabbin Airport Sports Clubs 4x200m||FINAL|
|7:40||Executive Security Solutions Open 1600m||FINAL|
|7:50||VKTRY Womens Invitation 120m||FINAL|
|7:55||Hodges Real Estate Mens Invitaion 120m||FINAL|
|8:00||Mark Dreyfus QC MP Bayside School Girls 120m||FINAL|
|8:05||Tim Richardson MP Bayside School Boys 120m||FINAL|
|8:10||Bendigo Bank 120m Womens Gift||FINAL|
|8:15||Bendigo Bank 120m Mens Gift||FINAL|
|8:25||Kip McGrath U18 Girls 300m||FINAL|
|8:30||Moorabbin Airport U18 Boys 300m||FINAL|
|8:35||Fit Learning Womens & Masters 300m||FINAL|
|8:40||Cleanaway Open 400m||FINAL|
Entries are still being processed but the below names are confirmed starters.
3 athletes are returning from 2018 for a second attempt at the win!
|Jason Tek||Westall Secondary College|
|Christian Sapardinas||Yarra Valley Grammar|
|Endale Mekonnon||Werribe Secondary College|
|James Kerr||Penola Catholic College|
|Patrick Martin||Ballarat High School|
|Abbey Francis||Star of The Sea|
|Hailey Wellington||Parkdale Secondary College|
|Chloe Kinnersly||Ballarat High School|
|Alina Ivanova||Melbourne Girls College|
|Hinda Redzic||Parkdale Secondary College|
|Ashlee Farrar||Mt Joseph Girls College|