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Issue 32 - August 23, 2019
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COME & TRY WALKING FOOTBALL

Football West is offering the community a chance to 'Come & Try' walking football - a concept aimed at people aged 50 and over.

The 'walkshop' will be delivered at Onslow Park Tennis Club on Friday 6 September from 6:30pm.


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ATHLETICS WA RELEASE DRAFT SEASON CALENDAR

The draft calendar for the upcoming Track and Field season has been released by Athletics WA following consultation with the broader athletics community.

The feedback of hundreds of respondents to a survey on the 2018/19 season along with information gathered through the season has helped shape the coming summer of athletics.


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CASUAL VOLLEY COMING TO FREMANTLE

Volleyball WA have announced the Fremantle Volleyball Club are set to deliver Discover Volleyball's 'Casual Volley' program.

Designed to get people active, Casual Volley offers participants the chance to have a go at volleyball without making a commitment to a multi-week program or structured competition.


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RESPECT KARTING PROGRAM LAUNCHED

Karting Australia have launched the "Respect Karting" program as a framework to define appropriate behaviour standards for all participants to create a more rewarding, safe and respectful environment for everyone in the sport.

Karting WA and other Member States have pledged to utilise the program to uphold behaviour standards, while also acknowledging that the vast majority of people contribute positively to the Karting community.


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SUMMER HEALTHY SPORTING CLUB PROGRAM APPLICATIONS OPEN

Healthway is offering up to $4,000 in funding to WA community sporting clubs competing in a recognised summer 2019 sporting competition, with applications now open for the Healthy Sporting Club program.

The program supports one of five Healthway key priority areas - increasing healthy eating.  Applications close on Friday 20 September 2019.


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SPORTS TOURISM DRIVING MID-WEST ECONOMY

The Mid West Sport Tourism Project has analysed the economic impact of sport on the region during 2018, and found it provided $7.3 million in economic benefits and created 60 full-time equivalent jobs.

"The State Government is committed to helping to deliver the kinds of high participation local sporting events that bring people into communities to compete and then enjoy the local offerings with their families", said Sport and Recreation Minister Mick Murray.


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ALBANY SPORTS PRECINCT COMPLETE

The Centennial Park Sporting Precinct in Albany was officially opened by Premier Mark McGowan yesterday, with new playing fields, parking, pathways, lighting and irrigation works providing fresh facilities for community sport in the area.

The Albany Triathlon Club, Albany Cycling Club and Southern Districts Junior Football Club will all make the new pavilion home.


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