Saturday "Sporting" Breakfast 7am to 9am with Geoff Smith

Lawn Bowls
The Royal Western Australian Bowling Association (Inc), trading as Bowls WA, is responsible for advancing, promoting and controlling the game of lawn bowls in WA.

Bowls WA is made up of 209 bowling clubs (metro - 69, country - 140) with a total of 18,965 members. This makes it one of the largest sporting organisations in WA.

Athletics WA
Athletics WA is the state body for Athletics in Western Australia. Our vision and mission is to have a fully integrated sport of Athletics in Western Australia and to provide the best possible competition opportunities for our members and to promote athletics as a sport for all ages, body types, and genders.

Basketball WA
Basketball WA was established in 1946 as the governing body of basketball in Western Australia. It aims to grow and develop basketball so it becomes one of the top three sports in Western Australia in performance, participation and public interest. Basketball WA is responsible for the West Australian Basketball League (WABL), the State Basketball League (SBL), the Go for 2&5 Perth Lynx, school development programs and various competitions and training programs.

Melville City Hockey Club

With veteran players brushing off the shoes, looking for the favourite stick and starting to think about training the club has been hard at work for several weeks.

With the Senior Top Squad Men and Women training over the last few months the final touches are being put into place with teams starting to solidify. The coaches and managers hard work is beginning to pay off and we can see the intensity building as these athletes reach their peak readiness for the start of season.

Masters Athletics WA

The object of the club is to encourage and promote masters athletics, general fitness and to provide opportunities for training and competition.

Membership is open to men & women 30 years and older.

The club has a comprehensive annual program that provides the opportunity for members to participate in weekly runs and walks, as well as track and field competition. There are also training groups that meet during the week. We also organise a variety of friendly social event.

Triathlon WA
The organisation has 2,700 members, most of whom also belong to 15 affiliated clubs around Western Australia, 7 of which are located in the country. Triathlon WA focuses on encouraging a strong club membership structure with key priorities in our strategic plan being club development and support. Over the past 10 years through the strong engagement of the club structure, and improving on service delivery to our annual members, we have decreased the number of non-member participants annually.

Netball WA

Netball WA is the umbrella organisation for the sport across the state and currently has 11 affiliated Regions and 72 affiliated Associations.

The club's aim is to provide the competitive environment where members can reach their potential and does this by providing the best possible developmental pathways for netballers in Western Australia.


WA Aussie Rules Footy,
Local Cricket,
and others