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Represent UWA at on-campus, local, regional, national or international competitions and events or just play sports socially. Check out the available teams below or find your sport today.
UWA Social Sports
Keen for a more laidback approach to sport? The UWA Social Sports competition is a great way to keep in touch with high school friends, old or current colleagues or even your family – you don't have to be a UWA student.
UWA Social Sports programs run Monday to Thursday evenings and are open to students, staff and the general community.
Inter-Faculty sport is a great way for UWA students to represent their faculty and get fit for free. This competition first commenced in 1933 and taken place every year since. Competitions occur most Wednesday afternoons and revolve around fun and exciting atmosphere and team camaraderie.
Each Faculty Society has an allocated Sports Representative who enters a team into different sports each week. Contact your Faculty Society Sports Rep to get involved.
|Inter-Faculty Sport Representatives|
|Arts Union||Emma Nortonemail@example.com|
|Bphil Union||Stephanie Tranfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Science Union||Shin Mooremail@example.com|
A part of college life can include bragging about your college and nothing gives you more bragging rights than winning the Inter-College cups. The three trophies up for contention each year include the Nicholson Cup (overall men’s champions), WICSA Cup (overall women’s champions), as we all the Overall Champions Cup. Competition takes place on various days throughout semester so make sure you check out the year calendar for details of sports. Participation is open to teams from UWA’s five residential colleges:
• University Hall
• St Catherine's College
• St George's College
• St Thomas More College
• Trinity College
Each college has an allocated Sports Representative who enters a team into different sports each week. Please contact your college Sports Rep to get involved.
Email your college sports rep to find out how to get involved.
|Inter-College Sport Representatives|
|St. Georges||Matt Moroneyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|St. Georges||Christabel Coleemail@example.com|
|St Catherine's||Evie Wardfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|St Catherine's||Joey Laugharneemail@example.com|
|St. Thomas More||Andie Paynefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|St. Thomas More||Liam Tillbrookemail@example.com|
|Uni Hall||Noah Chapmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
World University Games and Championships teams (international)
The World University Games (WUG) and World University Championships (WUC) are held every two years under the banner of the International University Sports Federation (FISU) and are hosted by countries around the world. World University Championships for individual sports alternate annually with the World University Games.
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Western University Games
WUG is a 3 day multi-sport event in Bunbury covering 18 different sports with 29 teams. We are able to field more than one team into each sport and competition includes all WA Universities. 2017 event will also include some international teams. Competition Date is 2nd July to 6th July.
Participating students are required to pay a registration fee to Australian University Sport (AUS) as organisers of the event and a registration fee to UWA Sport.
Sports on offer:
Australian Rules Football
Rugby Union 7's
Sports are subject to change so check this space or contact the Uni Games Team.
Trials commence Monday 13 March. A full list or trial dates and sports is available below.
Registrations open 3rd April and close 19 May.
For all enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Australian University Games
Australian University Games is the National event that will be held on the Gold Coast between 24th and 29th September 2017.
42 Australian Universities complete across over 30 sports. Registration is required with Australian University Sport and UWA Sport.
Registrations with UWA Sport will open 15 May and close 21 August.
As maximizing the experience in a positive way is important to us, all student team members will need to be available to attend information sessions and meetings as required.
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National Indigenous Tertiary Education Student Games
This year, the UWA Western Waagyls will travel to the Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria for the 22nd NITESG in an attempt to become the most successful team ever and win an 8th Championship.
The Games, now held during the mid-year break, will this year be held 25 - 29 June and it provides a unique opportunity to bring together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students from around the country to participate and compete at a national level in mixed sports including basketball, netball, volleyball and touch football as well as an Indigenous cultural game. Since its inception in 1995, the aim of the gathering has been to promote unity, interaction and friendly competition between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students.
The Games offer an opportunity to promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture in a positive light, and each year the Games receive increasing exposure in both mainstream and Indigenous media. The Western Waagyls, until recently, were the only Western Australian representatives at the Games and have competed at NITESG since 2000 and performed admirably. So far the Western Waagyls have won seven championships (more than any other university) and have been placed runner-up four times. If you are an Indigenous student from UWA and would like to attend the Games as a competitor please contact Brendon DeGois or speak to a WASAC committee member to express your interest.
Have you got what it takes to play your sport at the highest level?Sport bursaries are designed to support promising student athletes in attaining excellence in their chosen sport while maintaining outstanding academic achievement. The program achieves this through contribution to costs associated with equipment and competition.
Applications have been extended and will close 11.59pm Sunday 16 April 2017. The revised program will encompass a number of UWA Sports clubs that have not previously been engaged in the program.
Please ensure you read the application information (attached below) before applying.
For more information on scholarships contact Sue Gliddon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 6488 7661.
Find your sport
Are you an oarsome rower? A ballin’ basketballer? A surly sailor? A psyched cyclist? UWA Sport caters for every sporting and recreational interest. Find your sport to see what social and competitive opportunities you can participate in.
UWA Sports Awards 2017
UWA has a strong history of recognising excellence within its sporting community. This tradition remains strong by the annual UWA Sports Awards. A subcommittee is formed from the Sports Council Executive Committee; this is known as the Awards Committee. The Awards Committee consists of the President of Sports Council, the Secretary of Sports Council, two currently enrolled UWA students and two other appointees who may or may not be current UWA students. The two current students and two other appointees who may be students or non-students must hold either a Full or Half Blue. The Awards Committee shall consider nominations from clubs for the awards of Blues, Half Blues, Club Letter, Champion Club, Coach of the Year, Club Service and Sports Star of the Year.
Not sure what to apply for? Download the guildlines below for more information.