We are moving training to Tuesday for the next 2 weeks as there are MLAC twilight meets on both theRead more
Middle Distance – Extra training session Date: Saturday 22nd December Venue: Port Beach and meeting on the “south side” of the toilet blockRead more
Extra Session – Melville Middle Distance
We are holding an extra distance session on Monday 15th October
Venue: Piney Lakes – Murdoch Drive car park
Time: 4.30 sharp
What to bring: Plain or off road running shoes plus your water bottle
All are welcome
The 2018 National Crosscountry championships were recently held on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. A great long weekend of running, sightseeing,Read more
Melville Cross Country training for both groups will go into a two week recess over the July school holidays
Enjoy your break!
As Winter is finally setting in and it is getting dark earlier the training times have been adjusted:
- Wednesday: Both groups 4.30 to 5.30
- Monday: Time Trials training will remain at 4.45 to 5.30
- Parents- Please ensure you are on time to collect your kids
Winter Cross Country training will commence on Wednesday April 25th at Piney Lakes from 4.30 to 6pm. Please be advised that parent runners are required especially during the darker months. Bring your wet weather gear, water bottles and plenty of enthusiasm.
See you there.
Melville Middle Distance went to the National Junior Championships held recently at Olympic Park in Sydney
Our boys Dylan Bailey and Raynor Keane are pictured here after running their 800 finals with gold medal winner and new National champion Kayla Van Der Linden
In hot steamy conditions Kayla set off at a cracking pace and stayed strong to set a new Australian meet record of 2:10.3 in winning her 800m final
It was a super effort to beat out 23 other girls from all across the nation in the U15 age group
I hope to see more of our athletes competing at the Nationals next season
Go the Roar!
Coach Ross KeaneRead more
Congratulations to Lachlan Bennett this month’s Middle Distance Academy winner.
Lachlan runs for Bateman/Bullcreek and also for Melville
He is not only having a great athletics season but was also voted “The most likely to become an astronaut” from a group of 30 high school students who attended a NASA workshop in the U.S in December last year.
On his return, Lachlan gave an articulate presentation to our training group and impressively fielded the many questions which the kids threw at him.
Since that night he has not missed a single middle distance training session.
His athletic performances have included a 2:02.4 PB in the 800m for a silver in the Athletics WA State Champs in January and a 4:37 PB in the 1500m at the Melville Centre Champs.
Lachlan consistently leads the pack and shows the way home when our training sessions have become challenging this season
Well done Lachie!
The Wednesday 21st Feb training session at Len Shearer has been switched to: Saturday 24th Feb Venue – Port Beach car parkRead more