In The Community

Proudly Supporting Local Football Club, Queens Park Bulldogs.

The Queens Park Bulldogs Football Club is a dedicated and passionate club founded in 1965. The club is made of all ages, sizes and backgrounds that come together with passion and love for the game. The Queens Park Bulldogs is proud to be a multi-cultural club bringing players from all walks of life togetherno matter their age. In 2013 the Bulldogs assembled a senior team with their players covering ages from 17 to 54 years young. This senior team successfully completed their primarily season with a grand final victory. In 2014 the Queens Park Bulldogs introduced a second team into the Metro football League and are looking forward to the success of this team in the future.

Westrans Services managing director Joe Giura has a great passion and love for the Bulldogs. Throughout the football season Joe dedicates his time to attend training sessions supplying support and refreshments for the team. On game day Westrans providesthe clubs senior team with transportation to games with the use of “The Big Red Bus” and will endeavour to continue providing the club with assistance and support for years to come.

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Proudly supporting Angus Hollington.

“Taking a break from his battle for a day at the track.”

On Thursday the 22nd of August Westrans Services WA along with MTA WA, MC Motorsport andFrasers Motorcycleshelped
11 year old Angus Hollington turn his passion for cars and love ofmotorsports into reality completing
consecutive laps in a V8 Supercar.

Angus was diagnosed in June 2014 with an aggressive form of bone cancer and has been undergoing chemotherapy and in the near future will undergo an operation on the cancer in his leg. Angus has been missing out and unfortunately was not well enough to participate in his year 6 camp, soparents Tracy and Justin wanted to give him a day he would never forget.

Early morning Angus woke up with not a clue as to what the day would bring. First up he was a ride of the back of a Harley Davidson to the Train Museum in Bassendean.Then they set off to the RAC Driving Centre for what was a day of fun and laughter for Angus and his family.

We would like to wish Angus and his family all the best for the future, the next coming months with be rough for them and we will all be thinking of them. Thank you for letting us have the opportunity to help young Angus to have a day never to forget.

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