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Issue 37- September 28, 2018
GET INTO THE SWING OF INDUSTRY GOLF DAY

Time and space is running out to register for the Sport and Recreation Industry Golf Day organised by WASF with support from the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.

This year's big bash on October 12 will again be held at the Collier Park Golf Course where the entry fee includes 18 holes in a four-ball ambrose format. carts for all players, and some food before and after the action, along with the opportunity to do some networking throughout the day.


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POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT EQUESTRIAN WA

Equestrian WA has various roles available, including the position of caretaker and groundsperson, along with a marketing coordinator.

 
And with the annual elections for members of Equestrian Western Australia  held on November 15, nominations are now being invited for positions on the board, as well as the dressage, eventing, jumping, show horse and newly-formed coaching committees.


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DOCKERS OFFER AFLW POSITION

The Fremantle Dockers are offering a position of AFLW player development manager to assist the players by providing support, guidance and education on and off the field.

The successful applicant will assist with strategies to balance work and study with the commitments required to be a part of the team. The role is part time with approximately 18 hours a week between November 2018 and May 2019.


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ASF FUNDRAISING WORKSHOP ON OCTOBER 8

The Australian Sports Foundation generates over $40m a year for investment in Australian sport, and there's a workshop coming up for clubs in need of more funding on Monday October 8 from 6pm to 8pm, at Sport and Recreation headquarters at 246 Vincent St, Leederville.

Funding can be used for anything that develops your club, team or sport (uniforms, travel, better equipment, facility upgrades, just to name a few).  Register by contacting Ashleigh Apps on this
email or call 0409 916 553.
 
MASTERS ROWERS HEADING TO PERTH

Supported by Tourism Western Australia and managed by Rowing WA, the Australian Masters Rowing Championships will be held at the Champion Lakes Regatta Centre in Perth next year.

 

The event began in 2002 and runs annually, offering about 330 races over the four days to masters rowers aged 27 years and above. The championships will run over four days from May 22 to 25.
 

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ATHLETICS WA JOINS FORCES WITH RUGBY

Athletics WA have formed a partnership with Rugby WA who have offered Athletics WA a world class gymnasium and recovery facility that will help  the athletes maximise their potential.

The association will better suit the athletes through greater access for their strength and conditioning, recovery and Yoga classes.  Athletes 18 years plus (born 2001 or later) are encouraged to attend the information session on October 3 at 6.30pm  in the Fred Napier Room at the WA Athletics Stadium. For further information please contact the Development Officer a
shane@waathletics.org.au


 
QUAD BIKE STARS REV UP FOR COLLIE

Collie is bracing for the arrival of Australia's premier quad bike riding event, with the country's best set to converge on the South-West town this October to battle it out for honours at the All Terrain Vehicle Motocross Nationals.

Australia's top riders - including Luke Gaisford, Chris Bosnakis, Jake Van Vliet, Cody Lincoln and Jae Dowsett - will compete for national titles at Collie's Stockton Park track on October 5-7, 2018.

 

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ROTTNEST RUNNING FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

The Goodlife Rottnest Running Festival is celebrating its 25th birthday on Sunday, October 21 with every finisher across all events receiving a goodie bag and medal.
 
This year, as a special bonus to all competitors, there will be  a Quokka Dash available for children up to the age of the four.  The course is a lap around Heritage Common in which the kids will finish in the same chute as the main race.


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OVERSEAS DROWNING DEATHS IN WA REACH ALARMING LEVELS

Royal Life Saving Society - Australia is highlighting the importance of learning to swim and water safety skills for everyone across Western Australia, but especially those from multi-cultural communities.

Newly released data reveals that among 762 drowning deaths across the country over the past 10 years involved people who were born overseas, including 137 drowning deaths  in WA where 40 per cent involved people who were born overseas, the largest proportion of any State or Territory.


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