Is an annual one day sporting event for those in school years 7-10. Is usually held in late April.
STATE YOUTH GAMES
Run by Youth Vision WA, State Youth Games (SYG) is a Christian sporting event for young adults between the ages of 16 and 28 years. The event is held in Bunbury, approximately 200km south of Perth, each June Foundation Day long weekend.
At SYG you have the opportunity to participate in a variety of different sports from the more physical such as football, netball, soccer and volleyball; to those not as physically demanding such as fishing, bocce and scrabble. You’ll also get to participate in evening worship, fellowship with peers and have lots of fun!
Lifestreams basketball organises teams that play in the Lakeside Recreation Centre Basketball Competition in North Lake. Competitions run each Semester for Juniors aged between 6yrs-17yrs.
Our main focus is on our Junior teams, however we do have some Senior teams playing throughout the year.
Basketball is a fun sport for all ages and skill level, you will meet new friends or can invite your friends along to join with you. So if you are looking at joining a team or are wanting more information, please contact Emma Reilly on 0401 601 984 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Is an annual event being held on the last Saturday in the October school holidays each year. This year it will be held on Saturday 8th October. This day is an opportunity to invite friends, family and workmates to a day of sport with the intention of building relationships and community. Churches are able to enter teams into over 30 different sport options over the day that are split up into 3 sessions, there is certainly something for everyone. Participants can choose to be as active or passive as they like with options of netball, basketball, volleyball, badminton through to lawn bowls, scrabble, bocce and even Uno.
You might find these resources helpful when something significant takes place in your team or club. Resources have been provided by Sports Chaplaincy Australia. Click below to view PDF.