As you will no doubt be aware, the NSW Government today announced a week-long extension to the Greater Sydney Lockdown. As a result, the Youth Club will remain closed, with Term 3 classes now scheduled to resume on Monday the 19th of July.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page and website for further updates!

Following today’s announcement by the NSW Premier, several changes to class structure and procedure will come into effect from 4pm this afternoon.

Miranda RSL Youth Club will once again limit capacity in accordance with the 4 square metre rule and will be limiting group sizes within classes. In order to further reduce the risk of transmission, we will also be reintroducing our ‘Drop, Train, Leave’ policy and will no longer provide a dedicated viewing area for parents and siblings.

We will be continuing to perform temperature checks on arrival, enforce social distancing during classes and sanitise equipment regularly. Furthermore, coaches will once again be required to wear a mask. There is no requirement for athletes however they are welcome to wear a mask if they wish.

Please pay close attention to the list of case locations on the NSW Health website and stay up-to-date with the latest restrictions and advice. As always, athletes must not attend training under the following circumstances:

  • if they are unwell or have COVID-19 symptoms (including fever, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath).
  • if an immediate family member is unwell or has COVID-19 symptoms.
  • if they have recently attended a COVID-19 Hotspot as listed on the NSW Health Website.
  • or if they have been advised by health authorities to self isolate or have returned from overseas within 14 days.

For more information visit health.nsw.gov.au. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or concerns regarding the new restrictions.

Nationals 2021 has now come to an end. This year, we had one representative, Deklyn Davis-Gardner who competed in the NAT 5 Individual Trampoline event. Deklyn finished in 12th place.

We would like to congratulate Deklyn on making the State Team and hope he enjoyed his Nationals experience. Our competitive athletes are now turning their attentions to Levels State Championships which will be held in August.

For a full #AGC21 wrap up from GymNSW, click here.

On the 27th of March, Youth Club coaches took part in an all day First Aid Course in order to renew or attain their First Aid Certificate. First Aid Training is just one component of the ongoing learning and professional development undertaken by our coaches which allows us to provide the utmost level of safety and care in the delivery of our programs.

Steve from Surf Life Saving NSW demonstrating how to use a defibrillator or AED.


Coaches were assessed on their ability to perform CPR on both an adult and infant dummy.


Beginner Coach Rhiannon practicing how to correctly administer an EpiPen.


Time sure flies when you’re having fun! With almost a quarter of the year already gone, the 2021 Trampoline Gymnastics competition season is well under way.

This year, Miranda RSL Youth Club only has one athlete competing in the national stream, Deklyn Davis-Gardner. We are pleased to report that at State Trial 2, held this weekend at SGAC in Rooty Hill, Deklyn placed 4th on Double Mini Trampoline and placed 5th on Individual Trampoline in the NAT Level 5 Mens division. Deklyn’s Individual Trampoline score has also secured his spot on the State Team for the Australian Gymnastics Championships which will be held on the Gold Coast in May.

Congratulations Deklyn!