Sydney Academy of Sport, Wakehurst Parkway, Narrabeen

Latest News: Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Big finish planned for season

A big finish is being planned for what has been an exciting season for Manly Warringah Little Athletics – including State Championships, a rescheduled multi-event, King and Queen of the Track events and a rescheduled Presentation Day.

This Saturday (February 29) will include a regular program of competition and will also feature the King and Queen of the Track events. These two 100 metre sprint races will respectively feature the fastest eight male and fastest eight female competitors at our centre, based on 100m times recorded during regular competition this season. The winners of each race will have their names inscribed on a perpetual trophy.

MWLAC will now host its multi-event competition on Saturday March 7. This day had been set down as our presentation day, but due to the cancellation of last Saturday’s competition because of the track and field conditions, the committee wants to provide the opportunity for the multi-event to go ahead.

Therefore, Presentation Day will now be held on Sunday March 29, commencing at 4pm at the track. The later date should also ensure we have all trophies ready to present, after shipping delays due to coronavirus.

And of course, we congratulate all our competitors who have qualified for the State Championships at Sydney Olympic Park on March 14 and 15 wish them the best of luck in their events.

Manly Warringah Little Athletics is one of the oldest, largest and most successful Centres in NSW having began on the Northern Beaches in 1970 – now in its 49th season. The following five Clubs compete together at Narrabeen on a Saturday morning from September to March:
Cromer   Manly   Peninsula   Seaforth   Wakehurst

The Clubs of MWLAC are differentiated by the colour of their uniform, and their Wednesday night training location. Families usually choose a club based upon their friendships, or where they live and go to school. Individual Club Training is held on a Wednesday evening and Centre Training (for specialist athletes from U9+) on a Monday evening at Narrabeen. Please select the “Centre Information” drop-down tab above for complete information regarding Registration, Training, Competition, Season Calendar and much more.

Competition is held for 20 weeks at the Sydney Academy of Sport, Wakehurst Parkway, Narrabeen on Saturday mornings from 7:30am (with the occasional Friday night twilight session in January from 5:30pm).

The Manly Warringah Centre encourages participation in a large number of events for enjoyment and skill development combined with achieving personal bests and having fun. It caters for male and female athletes from U/7 to U/17 and welcomes our U/6 Pocket Rockets half way through the season – commencing in January


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