The Lower South West Junior Football Association season is scheduled to begin on July 25.
Rugby back in action with six-week season and regular full-contact training.
South West Jets players based in Manjimup and Bridgetown have ways to stay sharp for the new season, training in non-traditional venues because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Manjimup Rovers are gearing up for the 2020 South West Soccer Association season after returning to training on May 14.
Sports clubs throughout the community are beginning to plan a return to the fields and courts, with the introduction of Phase 3 COVID-19 restrictions on June 6.
Since moving to Boyup Brook in 1967, Ted Willett has been a stalwart of the community, helping with local sport and supporting the Boyup Brook District High School, even after his retirement.
Balingup’s Steve Hawkins has been a driving force in local football over 15 years, since moving to the town in 2000.
Bridgetown Horse and Pony Club celebrated its first rally since COVID-19 restrictions eased.
Bridgetown dressage riders Sarah Pratt and Karen Spice have been selected for the Equestrian Western Australia High Performance Dressage Recognition Squad.
Manjimup Marlins Swimming Club has returned to the water for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak closed the Manjimup Regional AquaCentre.
Manjimup swimmer Brielle Krispyn has achieved selection for the WA Country swimming team.
The Lower South West Football League is starting preparations to kick-off this season, liaising with clubs and the WA Country Football League.
Northcliffe’s performance lands just shy of grabbing them a win.
Forestry is still set to make a WBCA finals appearance.
Bridgetown Cricket Club remains clear top of the WBCA ladder.
Pemberton Cricket Club defeats Northcliffe by a narrow 19-run margin.
Ian Smith was named the Augusta-Margaret River Shire’s volunteer of the year at a ceremony last week, honouring more than 30 years of service to the creative sector.
Tens of thousands of people laced up for the Westpac City-Bay fun run presented by the Sunday Mail — and we’ve secured the rights to reveal the race results early to digital subscribers! SEE HOW YOU PLACED.
Dorte Skou and Rod Wiseman have both volunteered for the event for more than 20 years.
Surfers competed at the Yallingup Malibu Classic at the weekend. The event is a highlight on the Capes surfing calendar and attracts people from all over the State.
Busselton T-Ball players had the pleasure of a pre-game coaching session by international baseball coach Owen Reid last week.
The Disabled Surfers Association’s South West branch will hold its first Let’s Go Surfing event of the season at Bunker Bay next Saturday.
Several South West locals join the line-up of competitors, including Busselton’s Ross Paine, Dan and Catherine Talbot, Mick Bray, Hannah Jackson and Richard Dipane.
Busselton 9-year-old Tramain Way is gearing up for Saturday’s Ironkids.
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