Academy 2016 Australia
Welcome to 2016, and what a way to kick-off the New Year, with another
Australia Day saw the Academy recognised for its commitment to the Liverpool
region with the presentation of its top Australia Day Sports Award. The full story is below.
Other exciting news includes a visit by the CEO of the NSW Rugby League and also a training visit by the
Wests Tigers NYC squad.
In house, we congratulate our sports program manager Sarah Shehata,
now Nicholson on her marriage to long term sweetheart Danny over the Christmas period.
ACADEMY RECEIVES LIVERPOOL TOP AUSTRALIA DAY SPORTS AWARD
The South West Sydney
Academy of Sport commitment to the development of our region's best junior athletes was well and truly
recognised, when it received Liverpool's top Australia Day Sports Award. Mayor Ned Mannoun has long praised
the work of the Academy and was pleased to personally present the award to the Academy's execut...
ACADEMY COMMENDED BY NSW RUGBY LEAGUE BOSS
NSW Rugby League CEO David Trodden and
past international Steve 'Blocker' Roach made the special visit to our region to address the incoming
2016 South West Sydney Academy of Sport, Harold Matthews Cup squad. The codes CEO said, the NSW and Country
Rugby Leagues' have identified the south west region of Sydney as a potential...
HOLDEN CUP AND SWSAS HAROLD MATTHEWS COME TOGETHER FOR SPECIAL SESSION
Holden Cup team took part in a special training session recently with the South-West Sydney Academy of
Sport Harold Matthews train-on squad. Players from the Wests Tigers under 20 team and the SWSAS under
16s came together for the session at Milton Park, Ingleburn. Wests Tigers Holden Cup Coach Willie Peters
spoke with the...
The South West Sydney Academy of Sport, Graduate Athlete netball program (GAP)
recently returned from a highly successful tour of New Zealand. The touring party consisted of 13 athletes
and coaching staff, plus former Academy athlete and its 2013 'athlete of the year' Kara Styles. The Academy
began its tour in Rotorua which includ...
SOFTBALLER SET TO HIT THE BIG TIME
The future is looking bright for young Softball
pitcher Jorja Barrett who has been selected as part of the 2015/2016 South West Sydney Academy of Sport
Softball squad. At just 15 years of age Jorja has over 8 years playing experience after starting her softball
pursuit at the age of 7. Jorja begun playing Softball thanks to the encourageme...
We sincerely hope everyone
had a great Christmas and New Year. We're excited to get back into the swing of things with a number of
sports resuming training this week.
ClubsNSW Academy Games- 8-10 April 2016
SWSAS Golf Day- 22 April 2016
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