August 11th Tweed Regional Golf
Please see links below for Entry form
Please read each form carefully and once completed return form and money to Alison Leray-Meyer by FRIDAY 31st July.
Late forms will not be accepted
Incomplete/incorrect forms will not be accepted.
Special Olympics Upper North Shore has a cricketing superstar Nathaniel Quan!!
Nathaniel was selected to represent New South Wales back in February for the Special Olympics South Australia Invitational Cricket Tournament in Adelaide where Nathaniel was part of the NSW team that won the Bronze Medal. Nathaniel was also Man of the match in the bronze medal game.
From there Nathaniel has been selected to represent Australia in Cricket for the Asia Pacific Games to be held in Newcastle in December.
Nathaniel also had a hat trick in the City v Country for the Trin Taber Cup on Anzac Day. The hat trick ball was presented to Nathaniel by Jim Maxwell ABC Sports Commentator. Please see photos of Nathaniel on his way to his hat trick!!
Sunday: 4pm - 5:30pm
Contact: Anthea Karseboom 0418 778 869 firstname.lastname@example.org
North Sydney Indoor Sports Centre
Cnr of Clarke and Oxley Rds
Sunday 4pm - 5pm
Contact: John Larcombe 0402 201 929 email@example.com
Sunday 26th February saw dozens of very excited basketball athletes descend upon the Thornleigh Brickpit ready to display a years worth of hard training and their resulting improved skills. Athletes came from SOSUNS, Illawarra, Inner West and Sydney East and had a great time meeting up with old friends, making new ones and of course playing a few games of basketball.
SOSUNS teams achieved two second places and a third place in some very close, hard fought matches.
Thank you very much to Anthea Karseboom for single handedly organising the carnival and to the volunteers and referees. Young Riverview College volunteers, Nick, Nick and Will also did a great job. Thank you also to Hornsby Spiders for making the courts available.
Special Olympics Upper North Shore does not currently run it’s own athletics training. All of the local Little Athletics Associations in the Upper North Shore Region happily accept registrations for athletes with intellectual disabilities. Parents are however, asked to supervise and help their child each week.
Athletes who participate in weekly Little Athletics training are eligible to participate in all Special Olympic Regional and State competitions provided that they are registered with Special Olympics.