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the many benefits of sport for children include general fitness, improved coordination and balance, healthy weight, better sleep, greater self-confidence and social development, as well as learning about teamwork.

There is also the ever-present potential for injury – a deflected ball, a stray bat or a racquet swung too close to someone’s head, a hard tackle, slipping and falling. According to Mount Elizabeth Hospital, 65

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