Thousands of competitors and supporters flooded Mandurah last week for the 2018 Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games.
After an outstanding opening ceremony on Sunday, October 28, competition got underway between athletes hailing from Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Caledonia, New Zealand and China.
Competitors took part in more than 50 sports over seven days, including crossfit, netball, swimming, surf lifesaving and, crowd favourite, fire fighter events.
WA Police commissioner Chris Dawson handed over the Games torch to New South Wales in preparation for the 2020 Wollongong APES Games at the closing ceremony on Saturday night.
Mandurah Mail reporters were across the competition each day snapping photos to bring readers all of the action.
Check out our mega gallery of the APES Games.
- Thousands turnout to Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games opening ceremony | Photos
- Warm weather greets service games competitors on day two | Photos
- Day three action of the APES Games heats up | Photos
- APES athletes strive for victory in AFL and netball on day four | Photos
- World ranked player stars on court for APES Games day five | Photos
- Competitors hit the soccer pitch for day six of APES Games | Photos
- Sprint to the finish: Stand up paddle board race wraps up in impressive time | Photos