My Club,           My Community
My Club, My Community

my club, my community

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Perth Football Club Colts Player is named 2017's Jack Clarke Medalist

Young midfielder Luke English won the Jack Clarke Medal as the WAFL's best-and-fairest colt in September 2017. English (53 votes) took home the medal in convincing fashion, finishing 22 votes clear of Claremont's Jack Lewsey (31 votes) in second. What's more frightening than English's 22 vote win is the fact that he played the entire 2017 season as a 16-year-old and is eligible to play colts for another two years.


community club winners announced

Winners of the 11th annual Western Australian Club Industry Awards were announced on Saturday 17 June at the Clubs WA Industry Gala Ball.  This prestigious awards night aims to recognise community sport, social and cultural clubs as well as the sector's employees, volunteers, members and suppliers.


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Hitting goals at Rockingham District Softball Association

Catering for diversity within clubs is becoming increasingly important. It encourages inclusivity amongst the community and can greatly benefit those involved. Making your club and its activities accessible to a greater range of people can potentially increase club membership, something Rockingham City & Districts Softball Association (RCDSA) has recently discovered.


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Inclusive Sailability Program for Albany’s community

Sailability offers people of all-abilities the opportunity to sail regardless of their level of ability, skill or personal circumstances.  Sailability Albany operates at Princess Royal Sailing Club in Little Grove with the support of wonderful volunteers.


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2017 wa club industry awards finalists announced

The annual Clubs WA Industry Awards for Excellence are the most prestigious awards for this State's Club industry, and aim to recognise community sport, social and cultural clubs as well as the sector's employees, volunteers, members and suppliers.


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mygolf:  a fun PROGRAM to introduce children to golf

MyGolf is Australia’s national junior introductory program to develop and promote participation in golf.  Through the MyGolf program, Golf Australia aims to increase participation and engagement in golf by children, and provide a fun, accessible and satisfying introduction to the sport of golf by promoting skills development, as well as the social and fun aspects of the sport, to the wider community.