Author: Candice Boggs

WRAS cycling athletes will compete as part of the NSW team at the 2016 Junior Road National Championships in Bendigo from 2nd to 4th September Good luck to Dylan Eather, Kurt Eather, Luke Ensor and...

WRAS basketball graduates representing NSW

WRAS basketball graduates Matilda Flood (Bathurst) and Annie Miller (Orange) are off to represent NSW at the Australian U16 Championships in Killsyth, Victoria on Thursday. Both Matilda and Annie received a Charles Sturt University...

Netball program for western region rookies

The Western Region Academy of Sport’s 2016 netball rookie program will be held in Bathurst on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July. The program will provide ‘rookie’ netballers with the opportunity to enhance their...

Netball Training Day

The WRAS netball squad are training at the Blayney CentrePoint Sport and Leisure Centre on Sunday 29 May 2016 from 10am to 3pm. Blayney athletes Ella and Zoe Lewis will be joined by netballers...

Position Vacant – Executive Officer

Are you passionate about sport? Do you have experience in pre-elite junior sport development?  We are seeking a dynamic professional who can ensure that WRAS remains a leader in regional sports development. Position description...

2014 WRAS Parliamentary Visit

 On 21 October WRAS was represented by hockey athlete Emma Corcoran (Dubbo), para-cyclist Emilie Miller (Bathurst) and triathlete Lauren Kerwick (Orange) at Parliament House in Macquarie Street, Sydney. On arrival Mr Andrew Gee MP, Member...