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Issue 15 - April 26, 2019
SPORT INTEGRITY TASKFORCE SEMINAR

The Australian & New Zealand Sports Law Association (ANZSLA) is holding a seminar addressing the recommendation from the Review of Australia's Sport Integrity Arrangements to establish a National Sports Tribunal.

This seminar is offered at no charge, however places are limited and registration is essential.


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2019 ANZAC CHALLENGE

NRL WA's 2019 Anzac Challenge is back tomorrow at Dorrien Gardens, where Perth City will take on Perth Kiwi across multiple divisions.

The Women's League Tag provides the opening game at 1:30pm, with the action continuing through the afternoon to the Senior Men's game, kicking off at 6pm.


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MANDURAH TO HOST WA JUNIOR SURFING TITLES

Over 100 boys and girls aged 8 to 17 years take to the water on the Peel coastline for the Woolworth's WA Junior Surfing Titles, with the action getting under way from 7:30am tomorrow.

With junior surfers from as far south as Albany and as far north as Carnarvon, competitors are vying for the chance to represent WA at the Junior Surfing Titles to be held at Margaret River later in the year.


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WESTCYCLE, BWA TO COMPLETE MERGER

Bicycling WA (BWA) and WestCycle have announced plans to progress a merging of the two bodies, in a decision to set a strong platform to put the riding community first and foremost in creating a single entity to represent their voice.

The merger brings the two entities under the WestCycle banner, with the aim of creating a more efficient governance and management model to achieve better outcomes for people riding bikes.


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INTERNATIONAL SAILING HEADING FOR PERTH

The International Moth Class World Championships, known as the "Formula 1 of sailing", will descend on the Mounts Bay Sailing Club this December after the State Government backed the event with $15,000 in support.

Up to 200 of the world's best will compete from 9-18 December, 20 years after the innovations of West Australians revolutionised the sport.


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TESTING CONDITIONS FOR ATHLETES AT AUSSIES

The 2019 Aussies took place over nine exciting days in challenging conditions at Broadbeach on the Gold Coast from 30 March, with 238 West Australians from 13 WA clubs competing against Australia's best. 

Despite the tough conditions, the WA contingent - unaccustomed to the large swell - put on some impressive performances with many making the cut through to finals.


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DLGSC OFFERING WORKSHOPS

The Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries has two workshops on financial management, designed to help in the effective & efficient operations of sports club.

On 8 May, a face to face opportunity is available, and will be followed by a webinar on 15 May, with both options starting at 6pm. You can register here for the workshop on 8 May, or to register for the webinar on 15 May, please click here.

 
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