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May 2016

27.05.2016 Wheelchair Sports WA Logo

WSWA Scholarships – Changes Proposed

  Wheelchair Sports WA’s annual scholarships – the Sir George Bedbrook & Frank Pona scholarship, are set to be revamped for the 2016/17 year and on. With Wheelchair Sports WA’s renewed focus on helping people with a physical disability live full and happy lives and to support people who most need the financial assistance, the […]

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27.05.2016 Invictus Web

WSWA Members Head to Invictus Games

Two of Wheelchair Sports WA’s newer members – Will Olsen and Jason Pore recently travelled to Florida to represent Australia and New Zealand respectively at the 2016 Invictus Games.           Royal Australian Navy sailor Will Olsen takes a shot against the Sutherland Sharks in a trial match in  Wollongong:     […]

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27.05.2016 Stars Web

Be Active Western Stars Look to WNWBL 2016

2016 Season Draw Announced – Basketball Australia The draw for the 2016 WNWBL season has been released, with just over three weeks remaining until Round 1. In the 16th year of the competition, the season will kick off in Darlington, NSW on Friday June 17 with ten games to be played across three days at […]

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27.05.2016 Cats Web

Be Active Perth Wheelcats Headed to Finals

The Be Active Perth Wheelcats have continued their strong start in their return to the National Wheelchair Basketball League. After six rounds, the team is currently sitting atop the ladder, 4 points ahead of Kilsyth Cobras. With only two rounds left to play, the Be Active Perth Wheelcats have already confirmed their trip to finals […]

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04.05.2016 Lotterywest-Grantcroplighten

Grant supports Wheelchair Sports’ expansion

An upgraded IT system and business development initiatives funded by a Lotterywest grant of $209,617 will ensure the long-term sustainability of the Wheelchair Sports WA Association, Disability Services Minister Donna Faragher said today.   At a presentation event at Mirrabooka’s Herb Graham Recreation Centre, Mrs Faragher said the grant would support initiatives to better manage […]

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