Sport story spotlight for Busselton Dunsborough Times

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Busselton's Liam Creighton is taken down by Donnybrook's Lance Smith.
Camera IconBusselton's Liam Creighton is taken down by Donnybrook's Lance Smith. Credit: Carly Laden/Bunbury Herald

In this week’s Busselton Dunsborough Times sports pages Busselton Magpies earned themselves a huge percentage boost as they secured a win against the Dons, South West budding sport stars will now get to participate in a popular Perth sports program as it lands in the region and Busselton Volleyball Association put on a makeshift tournament in place of the cancelled Country Week Championships.

Magpies crush insipid Dons

The league debut of two exciting AFL draft prospects allowed Busselton to flex their muscles against Donnybrook and record a dominant 104-point win on Sunday.

The Magpies hosted the Dons at Sir Stewart Bovell Park where they were quick to take control.

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Lockdown focus on locals

With the end-of-term Country Senior High Schools Carnival cancelled because of COVID-19 last week, Busselton Volleyball Association organised a mini competition for local teams.

Skills and gameplay were put to the test last Thursday at the Geographe Leisure Centre in a tournament-style format.

Focus on fun and being part of team

A popular Perth sports program for children not usually involved in extracurricular sport has recently set down roots in the South West.

Boasting a broad range of after-school activities for kids “just wanting to have fun with sport”, MBA Sports Coaching is an inclusive environment centred on physical and mental health.

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