2017 Junior Wheelies Christmas Camp

Don’t miss out! Campers register here Volunteers register here The Junior Wheelies Christmas Camp is a multi-sports camp for junior wheelies aged 8-18 years with a physical disability. The purpose of this live-in style camp is to provide juniors with opportunities for personal development, enhanced social skills and sports skill development through team building activities

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Shop Online and help WS NSW!

Wheelchair Sports NSW (WS NSW) has signed up to a fantastic new service with Shopnate to raise free funds for WS NSW through every day online shopping deals. The service allows a you, as the shopper, to: SHOP– at over 800 online retailers (eg Surfstitch, Expedia, Amaysim, Dan Murphys, Petstock, Priceline, Woolworths, AVIS) SAVE– online retailers provide COUPONS

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NRL GRAND FINAL – GIVE AWAY

WS NSW is giving away 2 Members tickets (Western Grandstand) to the NRL Grand Final Sunday 1st October 2017. These tickets have been donated to WS NSW. Note: Unfortunately seats are non-accessible for wheelies.   Tickets include: Access to Member’s Lounge | Parking ticket | Gates open 1.15pm and pre game grand final show at

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2017 Wheelchair Sports NSW Annual Luncheon

2017 WS NSW Annual Luncheon Thank You! Thank you for your support at this year’s Wheelchair Sports NSW Annual Luncheon.  We hope you enjoyed that afternoon and hearing from our wheelchair tennis panel David Hall OAM, Adam Kellerman, Helen Smith and junior wheelie Chase. Each of their stories were diverse and unique but the underlying message was the same – wheelchair

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Country Cup 2017

Congratulations to our Regional Wheelchair Basketball players who converged on the Sydney Academy of Sport, Narrabeen for the weekend 25-27 August. The tournament welcomed 9 teams and the largest number of participants in years, with a teams from Young and Albury joining for the first time in many years. The Invictus Australia team also joined

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Sydney Metro Blues claim the gold medal over Sydney Uni Flames in the Womens National Wheelchair Basketball League

WNWBL Finals Review   The Sydney Metro Blues Women have gone one step further than last year’s silver medal, claiming the gold after sweeping the 2017 WNWBL Finals. Sydney Metro Blues started the weekend well with a win advancing straight to the Gold Medal game, defeating Sydney Uni Flames 68-32. Cobi Crispin was the stand-out player for

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NWBL Round 7 Review

      Following the conclusion of the second last round of the 2017 season, Wollongong Rollerhawks and Kilsyth Cobras secured first and second place on the ladder respectively with the Sydney Metro Blues, Be Active Perth Wheelcats and the Queensland Spinning Bullets left to fight for the remaining two playoff positions. The Rollerhawks travelled

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