THE WA Netball League and its 11 regions, including South East Demons, has marked 30 years of existence, tradition and pending changes. At the celebration and annual awards event at Crown Perth, South East Demons defender Dale Mather was named Most Valuable Player in the men’s division, narrowly edging out Kristofah Charlie and Jerome Gillbard. Coastal Sharks defender Olivia Lewis was crowned the Jill McIntosh Medallist for best player in the WA Netball League.
The Abilities Expo is today, celebrating 15 years of services and opportunities from schools, advocacy and disability organisations to people with disabilities of all ages. The expo at Crown is supported by the Education Department, Catholic Education WA, National Disability Insurance Agency, Black Swan Health and other organisations. Chairman Paul Jones said the goal for the next 15 years was to continue to grow the organisation and include all services for people with disabilities.