Young athletes from across the state will undergo an intensive education program covering everything from the dangers of drugs in sport to financial literacy, thanks to a new scheme funded by the NSW registered club industry to be distributed by the Regional Academies of Sport (RASi).
WRAS Orientation is held in November each year once program trials and squad selections have been finalised.
The 2019 Greater Bank Academy Challenge will take place 28th – 30th September in Orange, NSW. The tournament will be contested by 12 academies and close to 300 athletes.
Academy Games is a regular event on the WRAS calendar where athletes from the 11 regional academies in NSW meet to complete across a number of different sports. The Games showcase our states talented emerging athletes over 3 days of quality competition.
The Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) held its annual presentation evening at Panthers Bathurst on Saturday 18 August.
The Western Region Academy of Sport will welcome athletes from around the State as the Regional Academy netball network gather in Orange for the inaugural Academy Challenge.
Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) athlete Jakiya Whitfeld is making her mark in rugby at just 17 years of age.
The Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) would like to congratulate the following athletes who have been selected into our 2019 programs. Successful athletes in the AFL, Individuals and Harness Racing Program are yet to be announced.