The South West Academy of Sport is developing tomorrow’s champions.

We’re giving junior athletes talent development opportunities in the region they call home – and its working. SWAS athletes can be seen excelling on state, national and international stages. Both when they’re in the academy and long after they’ve graduated. And that’s because our programs are designed to ensure aspiring  sports men and women are set up for long and rewarding careers in sport. It’s about creating champions on and off the field, for today and tomorrow.

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Look out – there is a new Goodwin in cricket circles

Jayden earns WACA rookie contract and SWAS scholarship

The good news keeps on coming for Bunbury teenager cricket talent Jayden Goodwin – son of former Zimbabwean cricketer Murray Goodwin − as he …

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Fun run reaps rewards for Chevy long after crossing the finish line

Melo Velo rewards young fun runner

Chevy Morris flashed cross the finish line in third place when he competed in the two kilometre division of the SWAS Telstra Fun Run …

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SWAS Monthly News Letter

SWAS Monthly Newsletter

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Follow the link to see what has happened within SWAS this past month. SWAS Newsletter   

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SWAS October News Letter

October News Letter

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Follow the link to see what has happened within SWAS in October. October News

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SWAS December News Letter

December News Letter

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Follow the link to see what has happened within SWAS this December. December News

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SWAS January News Letter

January News Letter

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Follow the link to see what has happened within SWAS this January. January News

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SWAS February News Letter

February News Letter

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Follow the link to see what has happened within SWAS this February. February News.

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SWAS February News Letter

March News Letter

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Follow the link to see what has happened within SWAS this March. March News.

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