The new season is nearly upon us, with our first centre meet ~6 weeks away.
Registration for the 2019/20 season opens up on Sept 7th, 8am on Results HQ.
You will be able to register and pay online at www.resultshq.com.au
(Help with ResultsHQ – Click here for a video which takes you step by step through the online registration process.)
September 7th 9-11am, Ern Clark Athletics Track, Cannington: Registration information day with club representatives available.
September 21st 9am-12pm, Ern Clark Athletics Track, Cannington: Registration information and ‘Come and Try’ events – children can trial athletics on this day, just come along and have fun trying different events!
Returning members: Do not log in. You will need to click on “Registrations” as your first step and then choose your Centre. You will be asked to enter your username and password later in the process. Please do not create a new profile as your previous information and results will not be linked up and/or your registration may not proceed. Once you start competing at your Centre, all you results will also be in your ResultsHQ profile, You will also see invitations to nominate for various events throughout the season, so remember to keep your username and password and check back each week.
New Members: can enter their suburb or postcode in the search box to find a Centre. The search results will give information specific to that Centre, including times and fees. Choose the club that suits your location and/or availability and contact them for uniforms and information about training and club duties. Check the ‘Clubs’ tab on our website. Next follow the prompts to create a profile before proceeding to online registration.
- Payment options are Credit Card or Paypal to pay online, select cash if you are paying in person (not available for all Centres).
- Sighting of birth certificate for new members is required. You can either scan and upload a copy or take to your Centre or Club.
- Don’t complete a full registration until you are sure little Athletics is for you: check with the club that is local to you about a “Come and Try” trial.
2019/20 Age Groups
Year Age Group
Little athletics is all about family fun and fitness and making sure you can be your best. Centres and Clubs will be able to help you improve and learn about athletics so you can get the most out of your involvement. Learning is fun and in no time you will see your personal best performances (PB’s) improve. Families participate together with a strong reliance on parent volunteers to assist in a wide range of roles, with help given along the way.
Little athletes offer a range of running, jumping and throwing events which you will practice at club training and compete in weekly centre-level meets.
Children and parents will find no shortage of friendships at Little Athletics – we aim to encourage a family friendly, positive environment.
Little Athletics – Family, Fun, and Fitness
Get ready for the 2019/2020 season!
Registrations open online early September.
Stay tuned for information.
2019 Winter Competition
Athletes aged U7 – U17 (cross country), U9-U17 (road walk) can compete in these events.
Nominations for 2019 Winter Cross Country & Roadwalking have just opened. Athletes who were registered for 2018/19 summer season are free to compete in the winter season.
Existing members just need to log into their ResultsHQ profile to nominate for the winter season.
Still have you timing chip? If you still have your timing chip from last season, you can reuse it. When you nominate, select the “BYO Tag” option.
Lost your timing chip from last year? Timing chips are $5- and can be paid for online when you nominate.
New athletes (not previously registered for the 2018/19 season)
Please go to www.resultshq.com.au and create a profile. The LAWA fee for new registrations is $100 (includes the timing chip). The fees may be paid online.
Please note – New registrations and/or winter nominations will not be allowed on the day of competition. Any new registrations must have been completed by the athlete no later than the Thursday evening before the first week they wish to compete.
More on Timing chips (RFIDs)
Each athlete must have a RFID chip to be worn on their shoe or ankle during their race. This is to streamline timing and finish line procedures. Chips can easily be attached to the athlete’s shoe lace or alternatively on a piece of elastic or a strap around the ankle. Each chip has a unique number which is recorded against the athlete’s name and is not transferable. Only chips issued by LAWA for the Winter competition can be used. LAWA staff / officials will not be able to replace lost chips on the day of competition. The Southern Districts Winter Officer can allocate a replacement chip however this has to be done on the Thursday evening before the week they wish to compete.
New and replacement timing chips/age tags/SD shirts will be available to pick up from Graham (Winter Officer) on the 29th April at Shelley or 2 May at Piney Lakes. Piney Lakes Reserve Winthrop (Carpark off Murdoch Drive) – 5-6 pm only.
Under 7’s to 9’s may wear their club uniform. Under 10’s to 17’s must be in Centre uniform. Age tags, registration numbers and logos must be worn as per the summer season. Again SDLAC singlets will be available for purchase fromGraham for $35.
Calendar of Events.
The season starts on Saturday afternoon May 4 for running and May 11 for walking. Locations are yet to be finalised by LAWA. Keep an eye on the LAWA website. There will be apx 7 cross country events and same number of walks this year with championships at the end. One cross country is currently planned for a country location. Here is the link to the Schedule…
Qualification for Championships
To race in the championship events, athlete must compete in at least 4 cross country races and 4 walk events (not confirmed at this stage).
Parent Help Essential – 18th May
On the 18th May, Southern Districts will host a cross country race at Piney Lakes (not confirmed)– Parent assistance (Track set up, Track marshalling, First Aid etc etc) is essential on this day – please view it as compulsory and when a duty or roster is circulated please co-operate.
SDLAC will conduct weekly training to support the children. Any coaches who wish to assist would be much appreciated. Please contact Graham
Cross country training for Southern Districts athletes will begin on Thursday the 2nd May at Piney Lakes Reserve, Winthrop (carpark off Murdoch Drive) – 5pm. We will do a combination of intervals’ and long runs and split the training between younger and older athletes. Some of the training will be done with Melville centre and a Wednesday training option may present itself (TBC).
Walk training will begin on Monday the 29th April at Shelley Foreshore, Riverton Drive North, Near Toilets/Jetty 4.45pm.
Register your interest.
If you are interested in the winter season, please email me so I have your details to keep you informed of changes or issues.
Graham Griffin: Winter Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
As we finish up with Summer Athletics, our Winter Athletics involving Cross Country and Roadwalks are starting on Saturday 4 May 2019.
Details are not yet confirmed so we are unable to provide them to you but we should know this week.
In the meantime, check out our flyer!
For those attending States this weekend here is a reminder of the Parent Duty Roster that was sent by your Club President this week.
All the best to our Southern Stars competing. Go get em guys!
Congratulations to everybody for the Championships and the whole season!
While out Saturday Competitions have finished, the show is still going on with the upcoming Zones this weekend and then States 2 weeks after.
Congratulations to my boy Connor for breaking a record in discus today… Super proud little fella, he threw 22.99m. Fantastic determination! It was his 2nd last event of the day and he had one throw to go, and there it was! Connor then went on to come first in the Walk, that was his final event of the day.
ZONES DUTY ROSTER
Please find below the Zones Duty Roster. Just following up from what was sent in an email from your Presidents of your club.
All the very best to those competing at Zones this weekend.
Well our last competition before Championships was a hot one! Later on the night it became quite a pleasant twilight weather wise though which was a relief.
Next weekend we will have our Centre Championships which will take place over the Saturday and the Sunday. Weather forecast is for a balmy 27/28 degrees, we’ll take it!!
2 RECORDS BROKEN
On Saturday night, not only was the heat around us but on the track too! Tori Moss broke another record..U16, 300m Hurdles in a snap 45.90 sec. The old record was 47.79 sec. That girl just doesn’t stop! Awesome Tori! Just wondering is there a record for how many records you can break in one season…she’s gotta be sooo close! Proud of you Tori!
Blake Pritchard is going out with a bang too!! On Saturday night, he Blake Pritchard broke the record in the U17M 300m hurdles running it in 39.69sec. The old record was 40.73. What a way to finish a season….with a broken record.. i think the skirt was removed for that one and the serious hat went on. Super proud of you Blake, super guy on and off the track…well done!
AGE GROUPS OF THE WEEK
Here they are, our two Age Groups of the Week, U8 girls and U8 boys…. fair to say that our U8 boys could be our most energetic and active out on the track!
U17 LAST COMP DAY
Our U17 girls and boys had a great last comp day dressing up in their tutus. Unfortunately last Saturday we didn’t see the parade but rest assure it will take place next weekend!
They look gorgeous!
Don’t forget to RSVP for the Windup on Saturday 16 March, email@example.com
Enjoy your week,
We spent last Friday night on the track for our first twilight of the season..huge thank you to Louisa for doing a fantastic job on announcing along with her trusty assistant Andrea by getting us all in and out in a timely manner, we thank you!
BROKEN RECORD IN VORTEX
Congratulations to Emily Pink in U7’s from South Perth for breaking the record in Vortex! The old record was 12.29m and Emily’s new record is 12.78m. Well done Emily, super effort!
AGE GROUPS OF THE WEEK
Our U14 girls and boys are our Age Groups of the Week this week. Two delightful age groups with a tonne of athletic ability.
STATE MULTIS INFORMATION
Please see the attached link on the information needed for Multis.
Information will include…
- DRAFT 2019 Program with Call Room Times
- Event Information Booklet
- DRAFT Venue Map
- LAWA 2018 – 2019 Rules of Competition
Remember, there will be no normal athletics the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of February. Our next meet is on Saturday the 9th of February, its a twilight at 3pm!
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS WIND UP
Please see below the invitation to the Southern Districts Wind Up. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know how many adults and how many children will be attending along with the club you are from.
Sure to be a great night, don’t miss it!
All the best to the athletes competing at State Multis.
Well it certainly was a hot one on Saturday! But it looks like all and sundry were ready for it! I would like to shout out to all those who volunteer to help out even when they are not on duty. Very good of those people and it doesn’t go unnoticed thats for sure! Huge thanks!
AGE GROUPS OF THE WEEK
Both our U15 girls and boys age groups took it out this week. Great bunch they both are!
Just wanted to let everyone know that Graham Griffin will be there on Friday night selling Southern District shirts and singlets. $45 each. PLEASE BRING CASH ONLY. Graham will be on duty however there will be an announcement when he will be available to sell the shirts.
Our meet starts on Friday night this week at 5pm.
See you there,
Welcome back ! We hope you enjoyed your Christmas and New Year festivities and are in full swing for the back side of the season!
Age Groups of the Week
Our U/9 girls and boys have both nailed it this week.
Look at these amazing U/9 girls!!
And now our U/9 boys… a super troup!
We have a mountain of events coming up including…
- Friday 25 January – Centre twilight at 5pm at Ern Clark (Programme 4)
- Saturday 2 February – Dale Multis
- Saturday 2 February – State Multi Championships
- Sunday 2 February – State Multi Championships
- Saturday 9 February – Centre twilight at 3pm at Ern Clark ( Programme 5)
- Saturday 16 February – SDLAC Championships Day 1
- Sunday 17 February – SDLAC Championships Day 2
- Saturday 23 February – Zone Finals
- Sunday 24 February – Zone Finals
- Friday 8 March – State Championships
- Saturday 9 March – State Championships
- Sunday 10 March – State Championships
- Saturday 16 March – Centre end of season wind up
See you on the track!