On Tuesday 24th May 2016, Fairfield City Council invited the Academy’s staff and local athletes to attend their council meeting. Fairfield City Mayor, Mr. Frank Carbone, spoke of the importance of the Academy in providing young athletes with development opportunities within the elite pathways of the sports on offer.
ClubsNSW in partnership with News Corp, the Daily & Sunday Telegraph and News Local have launched a campaign titled “Do Something! Day”. This campaign is designed to encourage and showcase the good things that people do for others. The campaign will run until its official day of celebrations on the 15th June 2016.
Two Academy athletes have been awarded the May 2016 Junior and Senior Sports Star of the Month awards by the Penrith Valley Sports Foundation for their outstanding recent achievements
OnePointHealth is an integrated service centre and health ‘hub’, located on the easily accessed High Street in Penrith.
The New South Wales All Schools Softball teams travelled to Waverley, Victoria, to compete in the Australian All Schools Softball Championships last week.
Emily Johnston is a member of the Academy’s Auburn Lone Star Program and shows undeniable talent in her sport, Ten Pin Bowling.
Academy graduate and Triathlete, Emily Jamgotchian of Cattai, has a State title to her name and can now add to that a National title.