Greater Bank has expanded its commitment to supporting regional netball pathways, today announcing a new three-year partnership with the Western Region, Central Coast and Hunter Academies of Sport. After being a long-time supporter of the Central Coast and Hunter Academy of Sport netball programs, Greater Bank’s extended partnership will allow the three programs to strengthen their position in the athlete development pathway and provide greater opportunities for regional-based athletes.
The Western Region Academy of Sport will run a Harness Racing Education Program in Bathurst on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March 2019. This program will consist of theory and practical education sessions run over 2 days and is aimed at junior drivers (aged 11-17) within the Western Region of NSW.
WRAS cyclists, Ben Anderson (Orange) and Danny Barber (Dubbo) have finished on top of the ladder after 4 rounds of the National Junior Track Series (NJTS).
The Office of Sport and Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) are pleased to present a special one day event on helping representative and pre-elite coaches get the best out of their developing athletes in the Western Region.
Jakiya Whitfeld (Bathurst) and Kurt Eather (Dubbo) represented the Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) at the NSW Regional Academies of Sport Parliament Function on Wednesday 17 October at Sydney Parliament House.
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.