By: Jeremy Gillbanks On: January 8, 2023 In: New Members Comments: 0

Joining the rowing club at UWA can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Not only is rowing a great full-body workout, but it can also provide a sense of community and camaraderie that can be hard to find on campus. Here are a few tips to help you get the...

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By: Jeremy Gillbanks On: September 20, 2021 In: Leadership Comments: 0

Lessons learned in budget projection from a volunteer organisation. This article was also posted on LinkedIn here: Cashflow is oxygen Business cash flow forecasting is imperative for all entities, including not-for-profits. For-profit businesses can require external investment, charities require donations, and local sporting clubs require updated or new...

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By: Jeremy Gillbanks On: June 8, 2021 In: Leadership Comments: 0

The similarities between hiring great employees and hiring great volunteers. This article was also posted on LinkedIn here: The Unintended Benefits for Volunteers Leadership skills learned while volunteering are useful in a professional context. A positive workplace culture is critical to employee attraction – especially when you’re recruiting...

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By: Elise Rattigan On: October 18, 2019 In: News, Uni sport Comments: 0
By: Max Montanari On: March 16, 2019 In: News Comments: 0

2018 – The Year That Was 2018 proved to be a successful year once again for UWABC, with the club bringing home the goods at a state, national and international level. UWABC won the Overall Premiership Pennant and was named Champion Club of the Year! This is a fantastic result...

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By: Jeremy Gillbanks On: July 30, 2018 In: News Comments: 0

Subscribe to the newsletter here: Please share this newsletter with anyone who may be interested in connecting with UWABC. 2018: The Year So Far UWABC is having an extremely successful 2018 locally, nationally, and internationally. The Rowing WA Pennant Season is underway and UWABC continues to have strong representation in all...

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By: Craig James OAM On: January 11, 2017 In: WA Rowing Comments: 2

William Sidney Cooper OAM With the passing of Bill in the early hours of 1 January 2017 the rowing community in Western Australia has lost one of the Legends of the sport. Bill was a driving force in Rowing WA for more than sixty years and no words can...

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By: Adam Feilding On: July 11, 2016 In: Intervarsity Comments: 0

The UWA Boat Club is deeply saddened by the news of Adrian Monger’s passing on the 10th of July 2016. Adrian was a bronze medalist in the Australian men’s eight at the 1956 Olympic Games. He was the coach of UWA’s Oxford & Cambridge Cup winning men’s eights in...

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By: Fraser Pensini On: March 19, 2016 In: Nationals Comments: 1

Fun Fact: Swirls thought there was a dead rat on the van ride to the course. There wasn’t. The nerves were feeling a lot better after getting over the first day of finals racing, and we were excited to see how many more medals we could bring back after...

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By: Jimmy Kerr On: March 18, 2016 In: Nationals Comments: 1

Forecast: Hot and Cold – Katy Perry // Chances of medals later on in the week Vibe: Quiet and sombre till we saw Jamie Hewlett run (I have had better runs in my shorts) Day: Thursday (actually Saturday-sorry Robbie) Today’s Inspiration: Fun Fact: Perry Ward’s favourite tune is...

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