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Issue 26 - July 12, 2019
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SPORT DEVELOPMENT ROLE WITH ROWING

Rowing WA has an opportunity for a Sport Development Coordinator to join their team, with a focus on administrative and operational support of club, coach, official and athlete development programs. 

The role is part-time with flexible hours that would suit students or recent graduates looking for sport industry experience.


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INFRASTRUCTURE AND PLANNING PROJECT OFFICER OPPORTUNITY

Tennis West are seeking a suitably qualified person to fill the role of Infrastructure and Planning Project Officer as part of their "Places to Play" team.

The role will use strong external and internal relationships and a collaborative approach to facility planning.


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FREE DISABILITY AND INCLUSION WORKSHOP

Football West has combined with the City of Kwinana to offer a free disability and inclusion workshop for sporting clubs.

The workshop takes place on Wednesday 7 August from 6pm at the Thomas Kelly Pavilion.


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REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR LEARN TO DIVE PROGRAM

Diving WA's Learn to Dive program is open for registrations, providing an introduction to diving in a fun and safe environment under the supervision of trained coaches.

The Term 3 program is ideal for kids aged 6 - 14 years who can swim at least 10 metres in deep water.


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WESTERN SUNS GET SET TO HIT THE WATER

The Western Suns team will represent WA at the Surf Life Saving Australia IRB Championships this weekend in Kingscliff.

WA's IRB team includes athletes from the Mullaloo and Scarboro Surf Clubs, as the team braces for challenging conditions on the far north coast of NSW.


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HOCKEY ONE LEAGUE FIXTURES RELEASED

WA hockey fans can look forward to a round one home fixture for the Perth Thundersticks in the new Hockey One League, with their campaign starting at Perth Hockey Stadium on Sunday 29 September. 

The Men's and Women's teams will play back to back for all of their home games at the Curtin University venue.


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HIT THE FINISH LINE IN OPTUS STADIUM

The WA Marathon Club and the Perth Running Festival provide a unique running experience on Sunday 6 October with the event starting and finishing at Optus Stadium.

The Perth Running Festival has distances for runners of all ages, fitness levels and experience.


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WORK BEGINS ON TOODYAY SPORTS PRECINCT

Work has begun on the new Toodyay Sports Precinct, with the $13 million project to include facilities for hockey, netball, basketball, tennis and swimming.

The facility has been funded through the Community Sporting and Recreational Facilities Fund and the local community, and will see a community sport hub established to connect people in the Toodyay area.


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NSC INNOVATION AWARD FINALISTS 2019

Finalists have been announced for the 2019 National Sports Convention Innovation Awards.

With over 80 submissions of a high quality impressing the selection panel, the National Sports Convention is gearing up for an exciting event in Melbourne later this month where Innovation Award winners will also be announced.


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