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Issue 21 - June 7, 2019
TWO ROLES OPEN WITH UWA SPORT

UWA Sport has two important vacancies on their team - one for an Administration Coordinator, Sport, and a second position as the People and Culture Manager. 

With applications set to close at midnight on 16 June 2019, more information is available via the link below.


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2018 RAC WA SPORTS STAR AWARDS - FOUR MONTHS ON

For those wanting to re-live the winners of the 2018 RAC WA Sports Star Awards click here.

Planning for the 2019 Awards are well under way.  We encourage all sports to use WA's premier sport awards in recognising your high-achieving sports people, community clubs and long-serving contributors.  Stay tuned for more news in the coming months.

 
GRIDIRON WEST RECRUITING OFFICIALS

Gridiron West are now recruiting officials for their 2019-20 season to be paid for the games they officiate, and provided with training to prepare for the season ahead.

No experience is necessary, with all qualified officials becoming members of the Australian Gridiron Officials Association.


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WA STEEL TO MAKE INTERNATIONAL DEBUT

The Volleyball WA Steel Women's team make their international debut at the Bendat Basketball Stadium tonight when the take on the PLDT Phillipine Women's team.

Tickets are available at the door, with the action starting at 6pm with a WA Volleyball Junior League match, and the main event from 7pm.


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REP TEAMS AIM FOR NATIONALS

Darts WA has selected their Men's and Ladies teams to represent WA at the 2019 Australian Championships.

The teams will travel to Moama in regional NSW on the Murray River for the event starting on 5 August 2019, with WA represented by players from regional and metropolitan parts of the state.


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STATE 18s SET FOR NATIONALS

Western Australia's best young Australian Rules Football talent starts their AFL Under 18s Championships campaign this weekend against Vic Metro from 10am at Lathlain Park tomorrow (Saturday 8 June 2019).

The WA 18s have produced a long list of top AFL talent over the years, with the up and coming players from around the state to be on show through the month-long tournament.


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LAST CALL FOR ROTTO RUNNING FESTIVAL REGISTRATIONS

The 2019 Goodlife Rottnest Running Festival will be presented by the WA Marathon Club on 16 June 2019, and registrations are set to close next week.

There are a range of distances for participants - from the Quokka Dash for kids up the age of four, through to the full 42.2km marathon.


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ORIGIN TO ATTRACT INTERSTATE VISITORS

State Of Origin Rugby League hits Optus Stadium on Sunday 23 June 2019, with the event set to attract more than 12,000 visitors from outside WA.

A further 7,000 visitors to Perth are expected from regional WA for the event with people expected to arrive early, ensuring more overnight stays and a greater return for local tourism and hospitality operators.


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BLUEPRINT FOR AN ACTIVE AUSTRALIA

The Heart Foundation has released the third edition of its "Blueprint for an Active Australia" document. 

Within the publication, the value of sport to the community is stated to deliver an estimated $83 billion in combined economic, health and educational benefits each year, with a return on investment of $7 for every dollar spent.


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