Warren Women’s Hockey Association’s 2020 season comes to an end this weekend.
Manjimup Netball Association finishes off its season this week with both senior and junior grand finals.
The Lower South West Junior Football Association season will end on Saturday with the grand finals being played at Tigers Oval.
Warren-Blackwood Bombers had a mixed bag of results at the weekend, with the girls falling short of victory and the boys securing a home win.
Manjimup Rovers suffered a 6-3 loss at home against Geographe on Sunday in their second last game of the season.
Manjimup Marlins swimmers Jack Perry and Brielle Krispyn had career best performances at the Hancock Prospecting State Short Course Championships.
Bridgetown Netball Association players took to the court for its round seven fixtures on September 1 and September 3.
Warren-Blackwood Bombers youth football teams completed a stunning trifecta of victories across the three grades at the weekend.
Nine players from the Warren Blackwood Bombers Year 10-12 girls team have impressed West Australian Football Commission’s South West Development Squad selectors with their recent performances.
Round 7 of the Boyup Brook Hockey Council’s junior competition saw the Hornets record their first win of the season, while the Crocodiles continued to impress.
With four rounds left, the race is on to see who will top each of Bridgetown Netball Association’s grades.
Warren-Blackwood Bombers asserted their dominance throughout the South West at the weekend with all three teams recording decisive wins.
Warren Women’s Hockey Association hit the field for its round nine fixtures at Collier Park on Saturday.
Tigers continue to dominate the Lower South West Junior Football Association ladder.
Tigers Football Club continues to be the host for the Lower South West Junior Football Association.
The Warren-Blackwood Bombers Youth Football teams continued to prosper in the 2020 South West Junior Football League at the weekend when all three teams won their games.
The Blackwood Ravens Under 18s comfortably defeated Carey Park 58-29 on Saturday to take top spot on the South West Netball and Football League 18 and Under division table.
Rally action returned to the region on Saturday for the 11th annual Make Smoking History Targa South West.
Returning Targa South West competitors Peter Rullo and Jimmy Marquet beat a strong field to win the popular event following a day of rally action on Saturday.
Boyup Brook’s junior hockey players hit the field for the first time on Saturday, with the first round of term three fixtures.
The Lower South West Junior Football Association is putting the call out for umpires for the upcoming season.
Boyup Brook Hockey Council’s eagerly awaited junior season will begin this Saturday, after being delayed due to COVID-19.
The Blackwood Raven’s Under 18s and Under 16s teams started their seasons with victories at the weekend.
Paul Love loves the history and camaraderie to be found in the Manjimup Motorcycle Club.
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