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Issue 16 - May 3, 2019
NATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION

The National Sports Convention will be held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre in July, with the vision for 2019 of "Reimagining Sport: more people active with greater participation opportunities".

The program for 2019 has been designed to encourage greater knowledge sharing, increased networking opportunities and more interactive sessions.  


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WA GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS UNDER WAY

The Go For 2&5 WA Gymnastics Championships have begun, with athletes from across WA competing for their local clubs and the chance to be crowned State Champion in their respective discipline and level.

The premier session tonight at Gymnastics WA headquarters in Leederville showcases the best of WA's athletes competing in Men's, Women's and Rhythmic gymnastics.


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FREMANTLE BOWLING CLUB TO BENEFIT FROM REDEVELOPMENT

The 123-year-old Fremantle Bowling Club is part of a $4.28 million redevelopment of sporting facilities in the centre of Fremantle.

The new two-storey clubhouse will be home to the Fremantle Bowling Club, along with the Fremantle Lawn Tennis Club and the Fremantle Workers Club.


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WA ROWERS FEATURE IN JUNIOR TEAMS

Rowing Australia has announced its crews for the 2019 World Rowing Junior Championships and World Rowing U23 Championships, with WA athletes and coaches making up 30% of the contingent representing in the green and gold.

Rowing WA's "Pathways 2020" strategy for high performance rowing in Western Australia is seen as a key contributor to the success of WA athletes in achieving national honours.


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BATTLEFIELDS TO FOOTY FIELDS

The National Rugby League and Veteran Sport Australia have partnered for the delivery of "Battlefields to Footy Fields", providing veterans the opportunity to integrate into their communities through officiating.

Service in the defence force and in officiating shares the common bond of being a member of a team, with this new initiative aimed at providing an avenue for veterans to hone their officiating skills and give a renewed sense of belonging in the sporting community.


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ELECTION PLEDGE FOR HOME OF FOOTBALL

On the campaign trail ahead of this month's Federal Election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made a $16.25 million commitment to a State Football Centre in WA, should the Coalition be re-elected.

The Prime Minister made the announcement at Maniana Park in Queens Park, next to the site of the proposed facility.


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TOP SCHOOL ATHLETES HEADING TO WA

The nation's top school-aged sports stars take to the track at the WA Athletics Stadium in December, with the Australian All Schools Championships on 6-8 December, followed by the National Nitro Schools Challenge on 9 December. 

Athletics WA will also extend an invitation to approximately 200 international competitors for the All Schools event.


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2019 AUSPLAY RESULTS RELEASED

Sport Australia (SA) has released the latest annual data through the AusPlay report, Australia's largest and most comprehensive national sport and physical activity survey.

SA CEO Kate Palmer says AusPlay provides invaluable data to help inform governments at all levels, sporting organisations and physical activity providers.


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