27 – 29 September saw the Peel Piranhas Junior Water Polo Program take place in Rockingham Aquatic Centre. The Program aimed to introduce the sport to the kids as well as to teach fundamental skills and rules of the game. Luckily, the club managed to secure WAIS Assistant Coach, Lorenzo Cenci. The kids had a great time playing some games and getting to know more about the sport. We hope the club is able to utilise Lorenzo in the future ...Continue Reading →
After more than 300 competitors from 26 Clubs have battled it out over five days, it all came down to Finals day today.
The rivalry between the two Perth teams came down to an intense bronze medal game when cross-town rivals Triton/Dolphins and UWA City Beach Bears faced off. Triton/Dolphins came out very strong, dominating in the first half. But UWA put a strong fight in third quarter goals frenzy with scores locked at various points in second half. Nevertheless, Triton/Dolphins showed ...Continue Reading →
29th September saw UWA City Beach Bears win gold at the 16&U Boys National Champions for 2017 after defeating UNSW West Magpies Black 7-5, in a close contest for the gold medal. After UNSW dominated early to have a narrow 4-2 lead at halftime, it was all UWA in the second half to steam home with a solid victory. UWA Captain, Byron Kelly, said that the win shows that their training paid off and it feels well deserved. After walking away ...Continue Reading →
In partnership with Australia Post, Australian Sports Foundation have created Sport4Everyone, a grant program to increase diversity and social inclusion in sport.
This grant round focuses on inclusion and supporting clubs that grow diversity in sport and among people of all cultures, abilities, ages, and genders. Grants of up to $10,000 will be given to clubs whose programs meet these criteria.
Australia Post’s public ancillary fund, Our Neighbourhood Trust, has contributed $350,000 to Giving4Grassroots™ with the aim that it will help to build a healthier, ...Continue Reading →