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Baseball WA

Baseball WA is part of the Australian Baseball Federation, which is the peak representative body for baseball in Australia.

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  • Sports:Baseball

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Baseball WA is part of Baseball Australia (BA) - the governing body for all levels of baseball throughout the country.  Primarily responsible for the development of the sport; administration, conduct, participation, high performance and promotion, BA works with seven (7) State and Territory associations and 600+ clubs across the country. 

BA also acts as the international liaison and represents Australian Baseball at all International forums.  They are the 100% owner of the Australian Baseball League (ABL).  The Southern Thunder and the Emeralds are the mens and women's National senior representative teams for Baseball Australia, both competing in the biennial IBAF World Cup and the men in the triennial World Baseball Classic.

 

Fair Game

Fair Game's mission is to engage under-serviced Australian communities through unique health education and fitness programs and recycled sports equipment.

  • Type:Aboriginal,Volunteer,Charity
  • Local Clubs:Aboriginal,Sports
  • Charity:Aboriginal,Mental Health,Refugees,Sport & Recreation

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  • Sports:Basketball

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<p> Fair Game Australia is a health charity with an innovative approach to reducing inequality for under-serviced Australians via recycled sports equipment.</p> <p> The DGR charity is an award winning grass-roots volunteer lead organisation making significant impact for thousands of Aboriginal and CALD Australians each year across remote and urban communities.</p> <p> We have three core programs delivered by youthful volunteers in partnership with communities.</p> <p> Vision: To enable all Australians to have access to the benefits of healthy choices through recycled sports equipment.</p> <p> Values: Fit & Healthy Communities, Inspiration & Education, Teamwork & Leadership, Sustainability & Recycling</p> <p> Target Populations: CALD Communities (migrants, refugees), Indigenous Australians, Low SES Australians, Mental Health Sufferers, Chronic Disease Sufferers, Adolescent Females</p>

Fremantle Dockers

The Fremantle Football Club, nicknamed the Dockers, is a professional Australian rules football team that competes in the Australian Football League (AFL).

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  • Sports:Football

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The club represents and was previously based in the port city of Fremantle at the mouth of the Swan River in Western Australia and now has their training and headquarters at Cockburn ARC in Cockburn Central. In 1995 it became the second team from Western Australia after the West Coast Eagles to be admitted to the AFL, honouring the rich footballing tradition and history associated with Fremantle.

High-profile players since the club's inception include former captain and six time All-Australian Matthew Pavlich, 2015 Brownlow Medallist Nat Fyfe, the league's tallest ever player Aaron Sandilands, Peter Bell, Shaun McManus, former number one draft pick Clive Waterhouse, winners of the AFL Rising Star award Paul Hasleby and Rhys Palmer, Jeff Farmer, Luke McPharlin and Hayden Ballantyne.

The club is coached by Ross Lyon following the sacking of Mark Harvey at the end of the 2011 AFL home and away season. Fremantle has not won a premiership during its time in the AFL, however it did win the minor premiership in 2015, and reached the 2013 AFL Grand Final which it lost to Hawthorn

Nyoongar Wellbeing & Sports

Over the last four years, the NWS has become recognised and respected as the leading grassroots agency within Nyoongar Country.

  • Type:Aboriginal,Club
  • Local Clubs:Aboriginal,Sports

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  • Employees (FTE):9
  • Established:2006
  • Sports:Local Clubs

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<p> Nyoongar Welllbeing & Sports (NSW) is an Aboriginal controlled not for profit community organisation governed by a Board of Management. NWS’ responsibility is to develop partnerships that maximise opportunities for Aboriginal Australians (specifically in Nyoongar Country) to participate in sport and recreation in order to produce health, education, social and cultural benefits for individuals and their respective communities.</p> <p> Nyoongar Country is an area approximately 300,000 square kilometres in size and approximately half of the West Australian Aboriginal population (30,000) reside in this region.</p> <p> <strong>Values</strong></p> <p> - Community and family focus<br /> - Strengths focus<br /> - Nyoongar respect and pride<br /> - Integrity and trust<br /> - Collaborative partnerships</p> <p> <strong>Services</strong></p> <p> - Provision of various sport and recreation programmes in collaboration with key stakeholders<br /> - Organising and delivering accredited training in umpiring, coaching and sports medicine in a variety of sports<br /> - The provision of sporting equipment and uniforms for community individuals and teams, through our equipment grants</p> <p> <strong>Signs of Success</strong></p> <p> - Nyoongar communities enjoying full health and wellbeing - physical, psychological, economic, social, spiritual and political<br /> - A strong and proud Nyoongar nation, fully engaged in the 'third space', sharing an open exchange of culture with all Australian communities</p>

Perth Glory

Perth Glory Football Club is an Australian professional soccer club based in Perth, Western Australia.

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  • Sports:Soccer

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The Perth Glory story began on October 13, 1996 at Perth Oval (now nib Stadium). Despite a 4-1 loss to UTS Olympic, Perth Glory captured the hearts of Football lovers and their introduction into the NSL immediately brought a new professionalism.

The charismatic Bernd Stange took the reigns as coach in 1998 and the former East German national boss immediately made his mark. In a stunning season, Perth Glory played finals football for the first time, sold-out 25,000 capacity WACA ground and became the hottest ticket in town. The club fell one match short of reaching the Grand Final but the benchmark had been set and from that point on Perth Glory featured prominently in the finals each season.

Perth hosted the Grand Final in June 2000 and set a record domestic football crowd of 43,242 at Subiaco Oval. Despite going down on the day in a dramatic penalty shoot-out to Wollongong, the Perth Glory brand continued to make inroads into non-traditional football households throughout WA.

The club would play in another Grand Final at Subiaco Oval in the 2001/02 season and again Perth Glory fell just short, this time 1-nil to Sydney Olympic.

The wait for Championship success was finally over in 2002/03 when Perth was crowned the nation’s best in an emphatic 2-nil victory against their 2002 nemesis in front of another packed house at Subiaco Oval.

A dynasty followed and Perth Glory established themselves as Australia’s most powerful club with back-to-back championships, a golden goal from Nik Mrdja sealing the 1-nil win away to Parramatta Power in the 2004 Grand Final.

That game was to be the last in the National Soccer League but in just eight seasons Perth featured in the finals six times, played in four grand finals, won two championships, and was crowned premiers (top of the table after regular season matches) three times.

A new era in Australian football began with the formation of the Hyundai A-League in August 2005. Despite still being in its infancy the new competition has captured a large portion of the Australian sporting marketplace as Australian’s embrace the world’s biggest game.

The popularity of football at a grass roots level around the country is unsurpassed and in Western Australia there are about 40,000 registered junior participants.

Tony Sage is sole owner of Perth Glory after completing a buy-out of partner Mr Brett McKeon in February 2008. In a short space of time, Mr Sage has enthusiastically set about reinvigorating one of the country’s most successful sporting franchises.

The arrival of English Premier League legend Robbie Fowler in 2010 was a master stroke by the Chairman as the man famously known as ‘God’ was a box-office hit with record crowds watching Fowler in action.

Perth Glory Football Club re-established itself as one of the Hyundai A-League’s power clubs with a recording breaking 2012 season.

Celebrating the club’s 15 year anniversary, Perth Glory won three sudden death Finals games before a heart-breaking 2-1 Grand Final loss to Brisbane Roar. In front of more than 50,000 fans at a packed Suncorp Stadium, Perth Glory led 1-nil until the 84th minute before a dramatic and controversial finish.

Off the field Perth Glory is committed to a strong community programs that reach more than 20,000 children each year.

Perth Lynx

The Perth Lynx are an Australian women's professional basketball team in the Women's National Basketball League (WNBL).

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  • Sports:Basketball

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Perth Pong

Perth Pong is an exciting new company that hosts Pong tournaments all around Perth. Get your mates together for some friendly competition and register for the next Perth Pong event.

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  • Sports:Other

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Perth Pong is WA's #1 company when it comes to all things pong.

We host events & tournaments in venues all around Perth.

Keep an eye out for our regular events.

Perth Pythons Hockey Club

Perth's first and only LGBTI+ friendly hockey club who welcomes everyone from complete beginners to experienced players.

  • Type:Club,Local Focus
  • Local Clubs:Social Club,Sports

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  • Sports:Hockey

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While homophobia can sadly find its way into many sporting cultures and clubs, Perth Pythons believe that the best way to combat this is to be out, proud and active within our communities. This is a fun, social, inclusive and friendly Hockey Club for beginners to advanced players. 

Weekly training on Sundays from 4:30pm - 6:00pm Sundays (Summer Only) at the UWA Hockey Club.

Bring your mouthguard and shin pads and you can borrow a hockey stick if you are just starting out. 

Perth Racing

The Western Australian Turf Club (now Perth Racing) has had a proud history of hosting thoroughbred racing in the state for over 150 years

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  • Sports:Horse Racing

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The Western Australian Turf Club (now operating as Perth Racing) has had a proud history of hosting thoroughbred racing in the state for over 150 years, and runs the two magnificent riverside racecourses of Ascot and Belmont Park, both situated minutes from the city of Perth.

Perth Racing is responsible for the renowned Ascot Summer Racing Carnival and the $1,000,000 Group 1 Carlton Draught Railway Stakes, the $500,000 Group 1 Burswood Winterbottom Stakes, the Group 1 $500,000 Kingston Town Classic, and the $400,000 Group II BMW-Perth Cup.

Perth Racing’s quality race meetings are also known as a breeding ground for champions.

Northerly, Rogan Josh, Placid Ark, Miss Andretti, Scenic Blast and Hay List are just some of the Champions to have hailed from Ascot racecourse. 

Perth Racing Manages two Perth Metropolitan Race Course: Ascot and Belmont Park.

Perth Wildcats

The Perth Wildcats Basketball Team has been inspiring and entertaining West Australians for more than three decades.

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  • Sports:Basketball

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Since 2007, the Perth Wildcats have been owned by local philanthropist Dr Jack Bendat who took over from Andrew Vlahov.

Dr Bendat directed the club to extend its community initiatives across schools, hospitals and regional areas with the club visiting over 250 schools each year.

That serves to educate children not only on the basketball court, but also in areas such as healthy lifestyle and anti-bullying. Dr Bendat’s personal goal is to have a greater number of kids bouncing basketballs and enjoying the sport.

The Perth Wildcats continue to inspire and entertain West Australians both off the court and on it, and now do so in front of their biggest crowds in their 30 year history.

The passion of the fans, the spirit of Western Australia and the performances of Wildcats heroes throughout history continue to drive the excellence of the club.

This spirit and heritage has firmly placed the Perth Wildcats as the most successful team in NBL history and in the hearts of all West Australians.

Pull On Your Socks

From the sports field to the boardroom and everywhere in between, the McGrath Foundation wants you to ‘Pull On Your Socks’ to help us support families experiencing breast cancer.

  • Type:Association,Non Government
  • Charity:Sport & Recreation

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  • Sports:Local Clubs,Football,Netball,Other,Rugby,Soccer

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The Pull On Your Socks initiative encourages all types of sporting clubs to turn a game day pink during the season and wear the McGrath Foundation’s Pink Socks as well as hosting a fundraising event.

With a different, limited edition collectable sock each year, every dollar raised will help the McGrath Foundation fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities’ right across Australia and increase breast awareness in young people.

“Whether you’re into athletics, tennis, netball, hockey, basketball, football, AFL, union or league; don our McGrath Foundation Pink Socks and host a fundraising event to become part of one giant team having fun while helping ensure more families can access our amazing McGrath Breast Care Nurses,” said McGrath Foundation Ambassador & Director, Tracy Bevan. 

Australian sporting heroes including Lleyton Hewitt, Ellyse Perry, Wendell Sailor, Billy Slater and Jamie Dwyer, to name a few, have come together from all codes and are asking clubs and teams across Australia to #pullonyoursocks and show their support for the McGrath Foundation.

With 43 people diagnosed with breast cancer each day, the McGrath Foundation is encouraging communities across the country to follow the lead of these famous sports stars by purchasing their team socks as well as hosting a fundraising event to help support families experiencing breast cancer.

"Last year we had over 200 Pull On Your Socks events across Australia and this year we anticipate even more codes stepping up and getting their clubs involved within local communities,” said Tracy.

Put your best foot forward this winter and purchase your collectable pair of McGrath Foundation pink socks. To find out how you can get involved and make a difference, please visit www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au.

Socks are available from www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au/shoppink at $15 per pair or $12 per pair + postage for orders over 20 pairs. So remember to wear and share on social media using the #PullOnYourSocks.

Since 2005 the McGrath Foundation has placed 110 McGrath Breast Care Nurses across Australia who have supported over 44,000 families. This vital service is provided free of charge and available through self-referral.

Subiaco Petanque Club

The Subiaco Petanque Club is sporting/recreational and social club open all year round to any age and anyone interested in learning the French game of Petanque. Members of all ages are welcome.

  • Charity:Sport & Recreation
  • Type:Charity
  • Local Clubs:Sports

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  • Sports:Local Clubs

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For almost the past twenty years the Subiaco Petanque Club has been based at the Pavilion which is situated on the Nicholson Reserve.  We are a sporting/recreational and social club open all year round to any age and anyone interested in learning the game of Petanque.

During this time the venue has become the central point for Petanque in WA. At present the building and pitches (pistes) are being used on a regular basis by our club which has 80 full members and 20 associates on a weekly basis. It is also home to Junior Petanque and Maison de France clubs which are both members of Petanque WA. Please note Petanque is not a seasonal sport but is played all year round and so the venue is in use for 52 weeks in the year. On special days in the calendar e.g. Foundation and Australian Day members often hold picnic meetings at the club. Ours is a sporting and recreational club open to members of all ages which because of its low impact nature is of particular interest to people who are in their senior years.

WA Diamonds - Women's Hockey Team

The WA Diamonds are a women's field hockey team based in Perth, Western Australia.

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  • Sports:Hockey

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The team compete in the women's division of the Australian Hockey League (AHL).

Originally known as the WAIS Diamonds, the team first competed in the AHL in 1993, changing names to WA Diamonds in 2003.[2] They have won the AHL title 6 times, in years 1994, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010.

WA Thundersticks - Men's Hockey Team

The WA Thundersticks are a men's Australian field hockey team, representing Western Australia in the Australian Hockey League.

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  • Sports:Hockey

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The Thundersticks have been the most successful team since the inception of the National Hockey League (NHL) (now the Australian Hockey League) in 1991 (the Thundersticks did not compete until 1992). Their home ground is the Perth Hockey Stadium at Curtin University of Technology in Perth.

They have also competed under the names, Perth Thundersticks and WAIS (Western Australian Institute of Sport) Thundersticks.

The team were victorious in the 2008 AHL final played in Canberra, defeating the Queensland Blades 4-2.

West Australian Football Commission (WAFC)

The West Australian Football Commission (WAFC) is the caretaker of football throughout the State and is responsible for the overall development of the game.

  • Local Clubs:Social Club

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  • Sports:Football

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The WAFC’s role includes ownership of the State’s two AFL teams – the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Football Club, guiding the West Australian Football League (WAFL), overseeing community football, managing umpiring, and driving participation through game development and the talent pathway.

The WAFC is a not for profit sports association. It is incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act and governed by a voluntary Board of Commissioners that oversees the operation of all football activities throughout the State. The WAFC features more than 100 employees spread across the State.

The WAFC plays an important role in funding the ongoing development of football via our affiliates, schools, competitions and academies across all WA communities. This ensures that football is the best resourced sporting code in the State and can have the most active role in building better communities through various development programs.

The rich history of football in the community of Western Australia stretches back to 1885. Today it is the most popular sporting code in the state with 105,000 club participants, of which from Auskick to Seniors, 7% identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

This results in a significant social benefit and the creation of better communities through the active promotion of the sport and its associated values of teamwork, responsibility, respect, leadership, commitment and community participation.

While many of these benefits have long been the result of our activities, the West Australian Football Commission has both harnessed and harvested those activities delivering these benefits, and used the understanding to develop the most comprehensive community benefits programs in Australia.

The WAFC runs and supports:

  • The WAFL competition
  • The WAFL Colts competition and supporting talent pathway
  • State talent academies for males and females
  • The umpiring talent pathway
  • School competitions and the AFL School Ambassador program
  • Multicultural engagement programs
  • Indigenous engagement programs including the Nicky Winmar and Kirby Bentley carnivals
  • Auskick, junior and youth football
  • All community competitions through our affiliated leagues
  • Tribunals, governance and integrity programs
  • Community facility funding
  • Coaching, umpiring and volunteer accreditation and development

West Australian Football League

The West Australian Football League (WAFL) is an Australian rules football league based in Perth, Western Australia.

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  • Sports:Football

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The competition is governed by the West Australian Football Commission, and based at Subiaco Oval.

West Coast Eagles

The West Coast Eagles have been actively supporting the WA community since the club’s inception in 1986.

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  • Sports:Football

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Recognising the club’s position as a social and community leader, we are constantly striving to increase the ways we can positively contribute to our state.

From helping to develop and grow our national game, improving educational and social outcomes among our youth or raising much-needed funds for local charities, the West Coast Eagles is committed to giving back to the WA community.

Our community strategy is divided in to four key areas: charitable partnerships, grassroots football, schools and education and diversity programs.

West Coast Fever - Netball WA

West Coast Fever is Western Australia’s representative in the world’s premier women’s sporting competition, Suncorp Super Netball.

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  • Sports:Netball

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Comprising four International representatives, as well as five West Australian born athletes, Fever is not only a competitive force in netball’s new era, but a true indication of the pathway to the elite level for athletes right across the state. Established in 2008, the Club possesses a rich history throughout its time at the very highest level of Australian domestic netball, including a maiden finals appearance during the 2015 season.

Current Head Coach Stacey Marinkovich became the first woman to both captain and coach the same team when she assumed the top job in 2015 and, as she prepares to enter her fourth season as Head Coach, continues to serve as a link between the Club’s proud past and its future of endless potential. Fever are strongly positioned to stamp their authority on the second season of Suncorp Super Netball, as the Club looks to write the next exciting chapter in WA’s sporting story.

Western Australian Cricket Association

The WACA is a sports stadium in Perth, Western Australia. WACA are the initials of its owners and operators, the Western Australian Cricket Association.

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  • Sports:Cricket

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The WACA is a sports stadium in Perth, Western Australia. WACA are the initials of its owners and operators, the Western Australian Cricket Association.

The WACA ground has been the "home" of cricket in Western Australia since the early 1890s. The first Test match was played at the ground in 1970. The WACA is the home ground of Western Australia's first-class cricket team, the Western Warriors and the local KFC Twenty20 Big Bash franchise, the Perth Scorchers. The women's cricket team known as the Western Fury plays in the Women's National Cricket League.

The pitch at the WACA was regarded as one of the quickest and bounciest in the world. These characteristics, in combination with the afternoon sea-breezes which regularly pass the ground (the Fremantle Doctor), have historically made the ground an attractive place for pace and swing bowlers. The ground has seen some very fast scoring – as at January 2012, four of the seven fastest Test centuries had been scored at the WACA.

Throughout its history, the ground has also been used for a range of other sports, including athletics carnivals, Australian rules football, baseball, soccer, rugby league, rugby union, international rules football. However, recent years have seen most of these activities relocated to other venues. It has also been used for major rock concerts. 

Wynners Poker Lounge

Welcome ladies and gentlemen to Perth’s Poker most exciting company since poker took the world by storm.

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  • Sports:Other

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Wynners Poker Lounge is the best place where you can play poker games, casino gambling and cheapest Rake in Perth.  Here you can enjoy the best poker games night.

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