Everyone’s Game Carnival – March
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Everyone’s Game Carnival – March

The first Everyone’s Game Carnival for 2015 was played on Sunday 22 March.

The Carnival runs four times a year and caters for athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities. Games are played with modified rules encouraging participation and fun. Games are held using a round robin format with teams from the metro area competing against each other.

The March carnival saw 58 athletes competing in two divisions catering for varied abilities, and all games were played with friendly spirit and enthusiasm.

The conclusion of the event saw an All Star selected team to face off against the Coaches, with those not competing cheering on their favourite players and coaches. An award ceremonies proceeded after the final game where individual medal winners and participates were acknowledged.

EGC All Star Team
Aimee Thomas – West Rise
Liam Smith – West Rise
Laura O’Mally – Special Olympics
Josh Mischefski – Redbacks
Anne-Marie Foster – ROADS
Sam Rector – Special Olympics
Kelly Thomas – ROADS
Jess Seubert – Rebacks

Division A Awards
Most Consistent Player: Gal Rose – Special Olympics
Top Play Maker: Emily Casella – West Rise
Best Defensive Player: Riley Crawford – West Rise
Best Team Member: Verity Barrow – Special Olympics

Division B Awards
Most Consistent Player: Sam Rector – Special Olympics
Top Play Maker: Douglas Skeltcher – ROADS
Best Defensive Player: Mark Dewars – ROADS
Best Team Member: Luca Oroz – Redbacks

Basketball WA would like to thank all the participants, Coaches, Referees, Parents and supporters who assisted in the first Everyone’s Game Carnival for 2015. We also acknowledges the support from Inclusion WA and Volunteering WA.

The next Everyone’s Game Carnival will be held on June 21 at the WA Basketball Centre.

For further information on the next Carnival or Access and Inclusion at Basketball WA please contact Nigel Esau at or call (08) 6272 0760

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