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Latest News: Tuesday, 17 October 2017
Great performances by WCLA at the NSW All Schools Championships

WCLA athletes performed well at the NSW All Schools Championships held over 4 days at Sydney Olympic park last week.

Outstanding performances included:

Gold medal winning sisters:

  • Gold Medal to Eleanor Tozer in the Pentathlon and finalist in the 100m
  • Gold Medal to Rosie Tozer in High Jump


  • 2 x Silver Medals to Grace Adams in the u/15, 90m and 200m Hurdles and 5th in the u/16 400Hurdles
  • Silver Medal to Jackie Lenartowicz  in the Hammer Throw
  • Bronze Medal to Blake Barklay in the 100m hurdles

Other great performances from WCLA Athletes:

  • Ashlyn Adams 4th in the 80m Hurdles
  • Jett Link in the Long Jump and 200 Hurdles (PB)
  • Hannah Crinnion in the 200m and the 400m ( PB and national qualifyer in the 400m)
  • Gabriel Bickel in the 200m and finalist in the 100m
  • Janna Hadaya in the 100m, 200m and long jump
  • Chloe Mawson 80m Hurdles (PB)

Apologies if we have missed anyone. (let us know if we missed you)

Well done to everyone who competed.

Eleanor Tozer



Rosie – Centre

IMG_3386 Grace (left)

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Blake – centre
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Ashlyn Adams
Jett LJ







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.