NSA All Aboriginal Swim Team take on the Rottnest Channel Swim
2014 NSA All Aboriginal Relay Team conquer the Rottnest Channel Swim
History has been made at this year’s Rottnest Channel Swim event with the first ever All Aboriginal team, The NSA All Aboriginal Relay team competing and successfully finishing the Rottnest Channel Swim in just under 7 hours!
The 2014 NSA All Aboriginal Relay Team which comprised of 2 woman and 2 men aged between 18-45years, were motivated to take on this noteworthy challenge not only for the personal and physical challenge but most importantly to inspire other members of the Aboriginal community to reach for large goals through positive role modelling.
The NSA team members were recruited from the wider Aboriginal community, with all 4 swimmers coming from a very recreational swimming background with little or no open water experience prior to commencing the preparation program.
Aboriginal Cricket Opportunities
Nyoongar Sports Association is pleased partner with the WACA to offer opportunities for Indigenous Youths.
There are 3 programs available - Please see the PDF's below for expression of interest forms.
· Junior Country Week – boys aged 12-16, must have a country address, borders are eligible
· Girls Country Cricket Carnival – girls aged 12-17, must have a country address, borders are eligible
· Metro Youth Squad – Girls and boys aged 12-18, for metro based youth.
New players are always welcome. These programs form the base for the pathways into Senior Representative Cricket. Also below is a player profile on Hugh Sando, a Wesley College student who last year captained the inaugural Junior Country Week team before been selected to represent WA at the Imparja Cup.
For more information feel free to contact Brad Denham using the details below.
Community Programs Officer Western Australian Cricket Association (Inc.)