The Western Sydney Academy of Sport is once again holding the region’s premier celebrity sports dinner “A Night With The Stars”, on Friday 4th March 2016 at the Castle Hill RSL’s Lyceum Room.
Academy athletes Josh Gadd and Nathan Craig have celebrated Australia Day in style, taking out the “Sportsperson of the Year” awards for their respective councils, Penrith and Parramatta.
The Academy cycling program has just completed its most successful State Championships campaign over the weekend
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport (WSAS) is very pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership with one of the giants of the golfing landscape, Callaway Golf
5 WSAS softballers have tasted victory at the U17 National Softball Championships which were held in NSW for the girls and WA for the boys.
In a rain shortened Harvey Norman Week of Golf, Jack Walden was the standout Academy golfer taking out the overall nett division with a fantastic 6 under nett result for the tournament.
Round 2 of the National Junior Track Series travelled to DISC velodrome in Melbourne over the weekend of November 14 & 15. The WSAS team was well represented with a full contingent of 6 riders competing:
Fifteen year old young-gun golfer and Oatlands resident, Bradley Doherty had his first taste of professional golf when he teed off in the 2015 NSW Open that was held at Stonecutters Ridge GC.
Netball program athletes, sisters Mareva and Gwen Swann, represented the Academy at the recent “Get Active” day held by Bankstown council at Amour Park in Revesby.
October 2nd officially marked the transition from road to track for WSAS cyclists when round 1 of the National Junior Track Series (NJTS) got underway at Dunc Gray Velodrome in Bass Hill.