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JU­NIOR AWARD

NOM­I­NA­TIONS are open for this year’s Myles Ju­nior Sport Star of the Year Awards.

The an­nual award recog­nises the sport­ing suc­cess and con­tri­bu­tions of young ath­letes in the re­gion.

Last year it was ris­ing netball star Shantelle Tas­sone who took home the award.

Nom­i­na­tions close on Au­gust 31 and can only be made by sport­ing as­so­ci­a­tions or clubs. Con­tact Katie Mer­wood for forms and guide­lines on 9792 7021.

BIKE RID­ING

THE an­nual Col­lie Com­mu­nity Bank Col­lie to Don­ny­brook and Re­turn Cycling Clas­sic is on this Satur­day.

Be­gin­ning from 12.30pm, rid­ers will take on the 104km course that stretches from Col­lie to Don­ny­brook.

Rid­ers will travel down Pre­ston Road, be­fore turn­ing right at Mum­ballup Road and then hit­ting Boyup Brook-Don­ny­brook Road.

The course then goes along South Western High­way, be­fore turn­ing around at Don­ny­brook and re­turn­ing to Col­lie along the same roads.

Race di­rec­tor Jamie Moloney said or­gan­is­ers were pre­pared for more than 200 rid­ers.

“It is a good turnout, we are very happy with it,” he said.

Ju­nior and par­tic­i­pa­tion rides will take place ear­lier in the day.

JU­VEN­TUS SOCCER CAMP

JU­NIOR soccer stars will get the chance to be coached by some of the best in the world when a num­ber of Ju­ven­tus Soccer Club coaches come to the re­gion.

The Ital­ian club will be co­or­di­nat­ing a Ju­ven­tus Foot­ball Train­ing Camp from Oc­to­ber 1-3, at the Hay Park Mul­tisports Pavil­ion.

Prospec­tive par­tic­i­pants are be­ing asked to at­tend a free one-hour train­ing ses­sion this Satur­day as a small sam­ple of the big­ger event.

Ju­ven­tus Academy ac­cred­ited coach Domenico Gangemi as well as a num­ber of qual­i­fied as­sis­tants will be on hand to train the young play­ers.

Any­one want­ing to at­tend the camp is asked to email perth@ju­ven­tus-academy.com.

TARGA WEST

TWO South West driv­ers have claimed hon­ours in the two-day Targa West rally at the week­end.

Driver Jared Be­van and nav­i­ga­tor Tye Sum­mers fin­ished first in their Se­ries One RX 7 af­ter a suc­cess­ful two days of driv­ing in the tough, wet con­di­tions.

The duo are for­mer Bun­bury Cathe­dral Grammar stu­dents who now live in Perth where they are study­ing.

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