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Latest News: Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Great results for WCLA at 2017 South Coast and Highlands Zone

Congratulations to all WCLA athletes who recently competed at the 2017 South Coast and Highlands Zone

Every athlete gave 100% effort with some outstanding results including zone records and personal bests.

Some random photos  from the carnival are available in the gallery tab.

Contact the team manager if you have questions or comments about photos.

Event wrap up…..

Record number of athletes – 310.

Over 100 athletes from Wollongong City with athletes from Bowral, Dapto, Northern Illawarra and Wollondilly.

Excellent weather conditions proved favourable with many track and field records being broken.

Chelsy Wayne broke a long standing under 10 girls long jump record set back in 1990 with a fantastic jump improving on the old record by a massive 17cm setting a new record of 4.31m.
Chelsy also broke the shot put and discus records as well as being part of the record breaking junior girls 4 x 100m relay team.
Older sister, Jamaya Wayne also broke a long standing 23 year old discus record in under 12’s girl’s discus, throwing 31.20, beating 30.32.

Chelsea Ezoeke had a very impressive weekend setting 4 new records and was also part of the record breaking junior girls relay team.

Other multiple record breakers included Kailee Moore, Grace Adams and Gabriel Bickel.

The relay at the end of the meet was made up of the fastest 100m runners from each club on the day to make up junior and senior boys and girls teams.

Wollongong City took out all 4 relays and set records in the Junior Girls and senior Girls events – an outstanding result.

All qualifying athletes will now prepare for the Regional Championships also being hosted by the South Coast and Highlands Zone at Beaton Park in February 2018.

 

South Coast and Highlands Zone Records:


Wollongong City

Chelsea Ezeoke  –u12- 100m- 12.80, 200m – 25.89, 400m – 1:02.07, Shot put – 13.12m. Jnr girls relay

Chelsy Wayne –u10- Long Jump – 4.31m, Shot Put – 9.43m, Discus – 28.88m Jnr Relay

Kailee Moore –u13- 100m- 13.01, 200m hurdles – 30.41 . Snr girls relay

Grace Adams –u15 – 100m – 12.64, 90m hurdles – 12.93, Snr relay relay

Gabriel Bickel – u17 – 200m – 22.95, 400m – 52.57

Hannah Crinnion – u15 – 200m – 26.06

Ashlyn Adams – u13- 80m hurdles -13.18

Rosie Tozer –u17 -  high jump – equalled record 1.60m

Jamaya Wayne – u12 – Discus – 31.20m

Cooper Morrison –u10 – 70m- 10.17

Tobias Delaney – u13 – 100m – 12.89

Jack McClatchie –u12- 1500m – 4:59.83

Blake Barklay –u17- 110m hurdles – 15.11

William Willis –u11 – Javlin – 20.32m

Girls U 9-12 4×100 Metre Relay (Jnr) - 59.13 – 1) Kaitlyn Williams 9yrs 2) Chelsy Wayne 10yrs

3) Holly Rea 11yrs 4) Chelsea Ezeoke 12yrs

Girls U 12-17 4×100 Metre Relay (Snr) - 52.17 – 1) Kailee Moore 13yrs 2) Tanaya Necovski 14yrs

3) Grace Adams 15yrs 4) Claudia Pierro 17yrs

 

Wollondilly

Lanie Hazeltine –u7 – 50m -  9.22

 

Bowral

Ciara Longworth –u7 – 200m – 29.44

Ruby Blake –u9 -60m hurdles – 10.86

Isaac Reko –u7- 50m – 9.01

 

Dapto

Jake Attwell –u17 – 1500m walk –  7:28.94

Brielle Masters –u11 – javlin – 17.40m

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wollongong City Little Athletics Centre (WCLA)

WCLA is locally based and provides competition for athletes aged from Under 6 to Under 17. The age division that you compete in is determined by your age as at the 30th of September. This age rule is determined by the Little Athletics Association of NSW.

Friday Night Competition

WCLA stages its athletic meet on a Friday Night during the athletics season (Spring/Summer).Little A's club night 11.3.16 (128)

The competition is held at the Kerryn McCann Athletic Centre and commences at 5.15pm. Competition nights finish between 7.30pm – 8.00pm depending on the number of athletes competing.

There are 4 events for the Under 6 to Under 12 age groups and 5 events for the Under 13 to Under 17 age group. The events usually consist of two track and two field events for each age group.

Each competition night is a point score night. Points are accumulated throughout the season to determine the age champions at the end of the season. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place age champions are based on point score. There may also be 2 additional awards per age group.