at the oval after competition finishes
Check the Sporting Calendar
for upcoming events
Uniform and Footwear Policy
Our Centre Uniform for Little Athletics and ANSW is:
Singlet top in Sky Blue with a maroon & white 'V'stripe and maroon & white piping on
neck and armholes.
Shorts or bike pants in maroon.
The uniform must comply with the Centre's specifications.
Athletes may wear a white or sky blue T Shirt under their uniforms.
Little Athletics Numbers
When athletes register they will receive a registration number and an age group number. The
registration number is to be fixed to the front of the shirt, the age number on the left side of
the uniform, either shirt or pants.
All numbers must be displayed with the sponsor name clearly visible including the red border.
ANSW athletes will receive a registration number after they have registered. This
number must be displayed on the front and back of the singlet top.
The wearing of the Centre uniform at Saturday morning competitions and all carnivals
along with registrations numbers is compulsory for all Little Athletes and ANSW
Although there are no rules to say you must wear shoes at Centre competition & training
except for Little Athletes when they compete in hurdle events or on synthetic surfaces (long
jump, discus ,shot put) and all Association carnivals. We strongly recommend that all athletes
wear suitable shoes at all times. Despite checks, the grounds may have unexpected hazards & feet should
be protected at all times.
Spikes - Little Athletics Spikes are only permitted for Under 11 age group and over.
Spikes maybe worn by athletes u11 & above in long jump, high jump & track events conducted
in lanes. Spikes are to put on at the start of the event and removed at the finish. They are
not to be worn around the oval & field areas. Athletes should be continually reminded of
the dangers of skylarking whilst wearing spikes to themselves and others.
Spikes - ANSW
Spikes maybe worn by ANSW athletes in long jump, high jump, javelin & track events. Spikes
are to put on at the start of the event and removed at the finish. They are not to be worn
around the oval & field areas. Athletes need to remember to take care whilst wearing
spikes especially around younger athletes as it is easy to accidentally spike yourself or