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In what can be described as a strong start to 2021, the Hunter Academy of Sport (HAS) and has signed an exciting and beneficial partnerships with Thorzt by Titan Endurance, which will assist close to 500 young Academy athletes across the Hunter region. HAS Sign Exciting New Partnership with Thorzt by Titan Endurance - 22nd February 2021
In what can be described as a strong start to 2021, the Hunter Academy of Sport (HAS) and has signed an exciting and beneficial partnerships with Thorzt by Titan Endurance, which will assist close to 500 young Academy athletes across the Hunter region.
In what can be described as a strong start to 2021, the Hunter Academy of Sport (HAS) have signed an exciting and beneficial partnership which will assist close to 500 young Academy athletes across the Hunter region. Underwriting Agencies of Australia (UAA) have signed with the HAS on a multi-year contract, coming off the back of an already successful sponsorship agreement with the Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS). UAA Sign with HAS as Naming Rights of Inaugural Indigenous Talent Identification Day and Hockey Program - 17th February 2021
In what can be described as a strong start to 2021, the Hunter Academy of Sport (HAS) have signed an exciting and beneficial partnership which will assist close to 500 young Academy athletes across the Hunter region. Underwriting Agencies of Australia (UAA) have signed with the HAS on a multi-year contract, coming off the back of an already successful sponsorship agreement with the Central Coast Academy of Sport (CCAS).
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On the 29th January 2021, as part of the RAS strategy, a number of RAS Executive Staff met in Tamworth with the NSW Premier the HON Gladys Berijiklian, Deputy Premier the HON John Barilaro and Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation and a long time support of the RAS network and the Northern Inland Academy of Sport the HON Kevin Anderson to acknowledge and to thank them for their support to the RAS network. RAS Meet With NSW Premier and Deputy Premier Following Terrific 2020 Results - 3rd February 2021
On the 29th January 2021, as part of the RAS strategy, a number of RAS Executive Staff met in Tamworth with the NSW Premier the HON Gladys Berijiklian, Deputy Premier the HON John Barilaro and Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation and a long time support of the RAS network and the Northern Inland Academy of Sport the HON Kevin Anderson to acknowledge and to thank them for their support to the RAS network.
Basketball NSW (BNSW) and Regional Academies of Sport (RASi) are pleased to announce an extension to its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see both organisations work together in the delivery of basketball programs that will provide improved pathway opportunities for regionally based athletes across NSW. Basketball NSW & RAS Extend Their Partnership to Develop Regional Athletes - 11th December 2020
Basketball NSW (BNSW) and Regional Academies of Sport (RASi) are pleased to announce an extension to its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see both organisations work together in the delivery of basketball programs that will provide improved pathway opportunities for regionally based athletes across NSW.
For decades, the Hunter (HAS) and Central Coast (CCAS) Academies of Sport have been fostering the region’s best young talent and providing opportunities in sporting pathways across numerous codes. More Than Just Sport - 12th November 2020
For decades, the Hunter (HAS) and Central Coast (CCAS) Academies of Sport have been fostering the region’s best young talent and providing opportunities in sporting pathways across numerous codes.
Some of the Hunter, Central Coast & Southern’s future stars shone this weekend when they took to the court in the inaugural Greater Series Netball Tournament, held at Breakers Indoor Stadium in Terrigal on October 17th-18th, 2020. Netball’s Future Stars Make Their Mark on the Central Coast - 19th October 2020
Some of the Hunter, Central Coast & Southern’s future stars shone this weekend when they took to the court in the inaugural Greater Series Netball Tournament, held at Breakers Indoor Stadium in Terrigal on October 17th-18th, 2020.
Due to current COVID 19 restrictions in place, unfortunately we are unable to hold a physical event for our Annual Awards day. We had big plans for this years event, but are looking forward to hopefully pulling it off this time next year.
2019/20 Award Winners Recognised - 2nd October 2020
Due to current COVID 19 restrictions in place, unfortunately we are unable to hold a physical event for our Annual Awards day. We had big plans for this years event, but are looking forward to hopefully pulling it off this time next year.
The NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) and Regional Academies of Sport (RASi) today announced a partnership that will deliver improved pathway opportunities for regionally based athletes across NSW. Partnership to Strengthen Athlete Pathways in NSW - 30th July 2020
The NSW Institute of Sport (NSWIS) and Regional Academies of Sport (RASi) today announced a partnership that will deliver improved pathway opportunities for regionally based athletes across NSW.
With restrictions for sport lifting across the state, the Hunter (HAS), Central Coast (CCAS) and Western Region Academies of Sport (WRAS) are working on a re-structured training schedule for their Greater Bank Netball Programs, with the hope of getting the young athletes back to training in the latter part of 2020. Academy Netball Programs Back on Track - 21st July 2020
With restrictions for sport lifting across the state, the Hunter (HAS), Central Coast (CCAS) and Western Region Academies of Sport (WRAS) are working on a re-structured training schedule for their Greater Bank Netball Programs, with the hope of getting the young athletes back to training in the latter part of 2020.
For over three decades the Regional Academies of Sport (RAS) have enjoyed a strong partnership with the NSW Government through the Office of Sport which has allowed the RAS network to help foster the development of young regional talent across NSW. NSW Regional Academies of Sport Innovative Headway During COVID-19 - 28th May 2020
For over three decades the Regional Academies of Sport (RAS) have enjoyed a strong partnership with the NSW Government through the Office of Sport which has allowed the RAS network to help foster the development of young regional talent across NSW.


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