Highlights & Surprises at Jigalong Festival

The 2014 Western Desert League season started with teams looking stronger, fitter and healthier. The Jigalong Festival was set to be a ferociously contested competition in both the softball and football. Members of the Jigalong football teams (the Eagles and Suns), together with assistance from other community members, were busy

Parnngurr and Jigalong community visits

Ngurra Kujungka Indigenous Sport Development Officers Ebony Humble and Callan Hatchman, together with Program Manager Dan Barnes visited the Parnngurr and Jigalong communities over three days in early August. The sports team travelled to Parnngurr first, where they arrived just in time to run afternoon sport in the community. After

Elite Athletes Visit Nullagine and Jigalong

Two national athletics representatives – Richard Akera, a 400m runner; and Susan Makur Chuot, a national soccer player and AFL state footballer – visited Nullagine and Jigalong community schools over three days in early November 2013. They were accompanied by Indigenous Sports Development Supervisor Tristen Walker and ISD Officer Daniel