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Melville athletes off to Australian Junior Athletics Champs

For many of our junior athletes the Australian Junior Athletics Championships (Nationals) gives them a chance to compete against some of the countries best young athletes. After months of hard training the following Melville athletes will soon be off to Sydney and we wish them all the BEST OF LUCK.

Caitlin Blackman
James Gallaugher Daniel Kempson
Georgia Boxley Nathan George Liam Moore
Lachlan Fox Callan Howe-Robinson Iysha O’Meara
Liam Fox Lauren Hyde-Cooling Imogen Taylor
Stefan Rajakovic Lara Ilievski Isabella Reeves
Nicole Robinson Luke Shaw Sasha Zhoya


Visit the following web site for more event info and results.
Australian Junior Athletics Champs

ZONES is next

Well done to all for a great 2 weekends of centre champs! Fortunately we still have a few more events to look forward to. Zones will be on the weekend of the 7/8th March 2015 at Langford Oval. For more info click here.

Please keep an eye out for important emails regarding zones. Your help is needed and appreciated to ensure the event runs smoothly. This year Melville have been awarded the honour of running the competition.

Where is Langford Oval

Cross Country is fun for all

With the summer season coming to an end you must be wondering what you are going to do with all that free time. Cross Country is a great way to keep fit in winter. A number of centres host the events so it’s a great way to have a family outing while also getting in a run.

Take a look here for more info.

Weekend Results

Results for the 21st February are now available.

Congratulations to the following record breakers -

  • Logan Burns (u9B) for breaking the long jump record with a great jump of 4.36 mtrs (G.Meadowcroft 4.29 1986)
  • Stefan Rajakovic (u13B) who improved his own triple jump record jumping 12.69 mtrs
  • Isabella Reeves (u14G) for breaking the 80 meter hurdles in a time of 13.08 (T.Pollard 13.3)
  • Caitlin Blackman (u14G) or breaking the long jump 5.52 (A Glands 5.36)

Please note: in Centre Championships, where there is a tie in high jump the medals are decided using the count back rule. This has to be done manually, and cannot be reflected in the results recorded in Results HQ or on the website results. Unfortunately there are no times for U11B 1500.

Results can be found on the results page.