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JOHN LOGAN

All material on this site is written/authorised by John Logan,                                       10 Ranleigh Way Greenwood WA

 

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WHAT OUR SPORTS CLUBS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS ARE UP TO

JOE WILSON

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KINGSLEY 17s

The Kingsley 17s are making a mark with Kingsley Amateur Football Club vice-president Brett Walton and local Joondalup councillor John Logan.

Walton, left, and Logan agree that the likes of Benjamin Tripp and Riley Mason, pictured in training shirts sponsored by the councillor, are exciting fresh faces of the future.

“The 17s is an outstanding group of talented kids. We hope they consider joining us at the KAFC after playing juniors,” Walton said.

Logan, “the Voice” in the wider community, in reference to a local news and views show he co-hosts on community radio station 89.7fm, said it was important to bring out the best in young players on and off the field.

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MAAC

Jordan McConnell, the latest member of the Movers and Shakers team, chats with Marmion Angling and Aquatic Club president Geoff Kirk before the Blue Water Classic fishing competition. (held in February)

CLICK ON THE LINK  BELOW.       fishing

 

 

 

 

WHITFORDS CRICKET CLUB

Dan Smith, the president of Whitfords Cricket Club, highlights the club’s achievements ahead of its 40th anniversary celebrations. (18/02/2015)

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JOONDALUP BRIDGE CLUB                                         

David Wheaton, from the Joondalup Bridge Club, talks with Joe Wilson about the growing popularity of the card game bridge. (18/03/2015)

playing bridge                                          card playing

 

 

 AFL UMPIRES

WA’s most experienced AFL umpire Dean Margetts talks with John Logan on the shortage of umpires coming up through the system. (01/04/2015)

Dean Margetts    eagles,dockers

 

 

MEN’S SHED  

Northern Men’s Shed chairman John Norman explains to Joe Wilson how building and bonding benefits the community. (15/04/2015)

Men's Shed

 

 

CYCLING CLUB

Joe Wilson catches up with prominent cycling club boss Chris Howard. (22/04/2015)

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SURF LIFE SAVING YOUNG ACHIEVER

Joe Wilson finds out what drives Mullaloo Surf Life Saving Club’s 19 year old Brett Gould and what he thinks of being named Surf Life Saving WA Young Achiever of the Year. (03/06/2015)

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NETBALL PROGRAM

Joe Wilson finds out from Rusty Hazel what the Woola Woola Koolangkas (meaning proud proud children) aboriginal netball program is all about. (08/07/2015)

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CYCLING CLUB

Northern Beaches Cycling Club’s Chris Howard and John Logan discuss the City’s budget and vision for cycling as a mode of transport and also in the provision of a safe sporting facility. (15/07/2015)

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