With the help of St Marys Rugby League Club, the Western Sydney Academy of Sport is launching an isolation Challenge!
On Friday 3rd April, our AFL Senior Girls squad came together online for their first educational webinar.
The Academy would like to congratulate Softball Manager Jo Beach on being named as the Elite Travel Community Citizen of the Year nominee for March.
Starting this week, our athletes will receive a ‘Course of the Week’ to complete and from next week we will be holding education webinars for our athletes to attend from the safety of their home.
Both State and National Softball squads have recently been announced and include talented Academy athletes!
Athletes from the Academy Digital Realty Netball squad have been named in teams to represent INNSW at the 2020 INA Junior Tournaments.
As the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop, the Western Sydney Academy of Sport is closely monitoring information and advice being provided by the relevant Government authorities including NSW Health and the Office of Sport, with the purpose of ensuring all activities and practices of Academy athletes and staff meet the best standards of health and safety.
Paddle Australia recently confirmed the 2020 ICF Canoe Slalom Senior World Cup, U23 and Junior Canoe Slalom World Championships teams and there’s an impressive amount of Academy athletes named in the teams.
With so many talented netball athletes and umpires in our 2020 Digital Realty Netball program, we have had to announce a squad of 24 athletes and three umpires that will attend the Games taking place in Maitland from the 3rd – 5th of April.
The Academy would like to congratulate Digital Realty Netball Squad Head Coach Heather Smith on being named as the Elite Travel Community Citizen of the Year nominee for February.