Heartland Motors To Support Academy Lone Stars

Western Sydney Academy of Sport is excited to announce Heartland Motors as our new Lone Star Athlete Development Program Partner. The Academy’s Lone Star program has been established to provide holistic development opportunities for young athletes involved in sports that are not currently supported by Academy programs.

Softball Reps Make NSW Proud

From the 2nd – 8th January Softball Australia held the 48th U17 Girls’ National Softball Championships at Blacktown International Sportspark. Three of The Academy’s talented young softballers Shaylan Whatman, Georgia Britton and Emily Peters all competed as members of the NSW representative team.

Cuff Takes On Oceania

On Wednesday 7th December 2016, Academy cycling graduate Stephen Cuff made his way down the Joe Ciavola Velodrome in Melbourne to compete in the 2017 Oceania Track Championships (although conducted in 2016, this event is still a 2017 Championship). Stephen competed over 4 days, securing a number of medals.

The Hills Shire Congratulate Academy Athletes

The Hills Shire Council played host to Academy athletes who are residing or competing in The Hills LGA on Wednesday afternoon. The athletes came together at The Hills Shire Council chambers to have afternoon tea with the Mayor Clr Yvonne Keane. Mayor Keane presented all our athletes with a certificate of commendation for dedication to their sports of AFL, Netball, Softball, Golf and Cycling.

Softballers Success

In January 2017, Softball’s Australian Regional Championships will be held in Perth for females and Brisbane for the males. The following Academy softballers have been selected to play in the U15’s Metro Team at the event…

Gadd Shows Age Is Just A Number

On Monday, 7 November, Academy golfer Joshua Gadd qualified for the NSW Open Championship 2016 which starts today at Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club. There were only two positions available from Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club to qualify for the event as it is holding the highest number of professional golfers in 65 years.