We take a look at the other finalists in the Best Club category of the 2018 Sportscover Clubbies Awards...
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Robertson Burrawang Cricket Club, based in the NSW Southern Highlands, punches well above its weight. Photo: Last year's Grand Final at Bradman Oval.
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Ryde Water Polo Club (RWPC) is vibrant and multicultural with players and coaches from around the world. Photo: RWPC men's team.
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RWPC uses the Ryde Aquatic Centre which was the water polo venue for the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Photo: women's team.
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RWPC junior development program is so popular the club is struggling for pool space. Photo: U14 boys and coach at the State Competition.
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St George District Athletic Club is based in Southern Sydney with about 200 members aged from 7 to 80.
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The club has produced eight Olympians and has hosted the 'St George Classic' - an annual cross country event - for the past 77 years.
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TNT All Stars is the first WA club to compete in the Summit Cheerleading Championships in Florida.
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TNT All Stars is reaching new heights for Cheer Sports in Australia.
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TNT All Stars in action.
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Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club was formed in 1953.
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The primary focus of the club is to provide members with the skills to serve the comunity.
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The club welcomes diversity and caters for members with disabilities. Since its inception no life has been lost between the flags.
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UNSW Wests Water Polo Club has won four national league trophies in five years.
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UNSW WPC has numerous Olympians and current Australian representatives.
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Elite players from UNSW WPC commit a great deal of time developing young players through regular training camps and sessions.
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The Van Diemen Archers Club (VDA) is based in Hobart and runs a successful 'come and try' program.
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VDA members enjoying some shooting practice ahead of a State Target event.
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VDA state field team represented at the youth nationals.
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Western Suburbs Touch Football Club was started in1975 by a small group of Western Suburbs Rugby League players who need to stay active in the off season.
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The club still has five players from its inaugural season.
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Willeton Junior Football Club was awarded the district Club of the Year award in 2017 for promoting female participation.
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The WA club has partnered with an English learning Centre to introduce newly arrived youngsters to AFL. Photo: Willeton Juniors end of season wind up.
Check out part one of our Best Club Finalists.
Remember, voting closes on April 15 and winners will be announced on May 3. Click HERE to vote for your local sporting hero and grassroots club!