A record of the minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Manly Warringah Athletics Centre can be found here: MWLAC AGM 2019 minutes.
The meeting was held at Forestville RSL Club on Sunday May 26, 2019.
An accompanying attendance record can be found here: MWLAC AGM attendance record.
Members of the Manly Warringah Little Athletics Centre are advised that its Annual General Meeting is to be held at 3pm on Sunday May 26, 2019.
The meeting will be held at Forestville RSL, 22 Melwood Ave, Forestville.
Attached is the MWLAC notice of AGM. A proxy voting form is also included in the attached document.
Two Manly Warringah athletes – Charlie Bowtell and Mitchell Hatfield – have been selected in the NSW Little Athletics team to compete at the National Championships.
Charlie and Mitchell were among the 32 male and female athletes selected as under-13 representatives for the NSW team, which will compete in Hobart on April 27 and 28.
Selection this year was open to under-14s athletes who would have otherwise missed the opportunity to compete at U13 Nationals due to changes implemented in age groupings before the season began. Selections are based on results at the State Championship, as well as an athlete’s ability to perform across a range of events.
Mitchell Hatfield earned a silver medal in the under-13 boys high jump at the State Championships at Homebush. Charlie Bowtell had qualified to compete in the under-14 triple jump that was postponed due to wet weather.
Little Athletics NSW is to host a Community Nitro event at Sydney Olympic Park on May 4.
The fun, team-based event will be open to athletes aged from seven to 15.
An event flyer can be found here: Nitro Athletics Flyer – Saturday 4 May 2019.
Further details, including team make-up and events offered, can be found in the Nitro Event Brief and Rules – May 2019
Age managers or interested parents are encouraged to put together a team/teams to represent Manly Warringah Little Athletics Centre.
For further event details or a team entry form contact email@example.com.
The Indigenous Marathon Foundation will be hosting a cross country event at Lionel Watts Oval, Frenchs Forest, on March 23.
Entrants will be asked to run as many laps of a 500 metre course as possible in 45 minutes and to raise funds through sponsorship.
Full details can be found here: http://copyimf.pages.ontraport.net/.
This year’s event will raise funds to help indigenous athlete Emma Cameron compete in the Boston Marathon. Emma was pulled off the course at the 40km mark due to the bombings near the finish 2013, and has some unfinished business.
Her full story can be found at: http://atrunning.pages.ontraport.net/emmacameron.