Sport in Western Australia

Sport In Western Australia

Sport is an important part of the culture of Western Australia.

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Sport In Western Australia - Awards
... Two sports awards are given each year The Western Australian Sports Star of the Year is an individual award made to a current sportsperson selected by a committee of sports writers from The West ... A second award, induction to the Western Australian Hall of Champions has been made since 1983 and honours a number of sportspeople who, as products ... committee includes several prominent sports identities and members of the Western Australian Institute of Sport ...

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