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2016/2017 Summer athletics season
Our 2016/2017 season will commence on Saturday, 10 September 2016. Our first week of competition will be for U7-U17 athletes only. Tiny Tots and U6 athletes will start the following week on Saturday, 17 September. More...
Technical & Equipment Officer needed
Duties of this position include: ensuring that our equipment is in good order; monitoring the setting up of equipment for each weekly competition; checking that equipment is dismantled after competition and correctly stored back in the equipment room. This job will be somewhat easier that in previous seasons with the introduction of our new light-weight timing gates. However, it requires a person prepared to arrive at the oval by 6:30am each Saturday morning to commence the distribution of equipment on the oval, ready for the start of competition at 8:00am. If you are interested in this position, contact the President, Damian Dorman by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UNIFORM SHOP
will be open between 7:30am and 11:00am on the first two weeks of the season (10 September and 17 September). It will close at 10:00am on 24 September and will be closed altogether on 1 October because of the long weekend. Normal openiing hours will resume on 8 October. More details on the uniforms
It's not too late to Register!
Although our Registration Day has passed, it's not too late to register for the 2016/2017 season. The easiest way to register is ON-LINE. Alternatively, you can register on your first attendance at competition. Even if you register on-line before hand, it will still be necessary to come to the oval to purchase uniforms (if necessary) and to pick up athlete numbers and age patches, and other documentation. For athletes registering with the Centre for the first time, it will also be necessary to provide 'proof of age'. Registration and uniform purchases will be available from 7:30am on Saturday mornings. For more information, contact the Registrar by e‑mail to email@example.com.
New timing gates
Our current electronic timing gates were introduced at HDLAC in the 2012/2013 season and after four years of solid use, the Committee has decided to replace our aging, worn out gates with new, state-of-the-art timing gates. This system will synchronise with a number of other systems that will be introduced progressively during the season. The new gates are very light weight and very easy to set up and our new Track Officer (whoever than might be!) will find them a delight to use. Check out the brochure describing the system.
Location of Pennant Hills Oval
Pennant Hills No.2 (Ern Holmes) oval is located in Britannia Street, Pennant Hills. There's plenty of parking and there'll be signs showing where to go. More...
Most of the Committee positions have been filled and we now have a complete Executive Committee. Thank you to those parents who have volunteered to manage your Centre for the coming season. There as still a few positions that need to be filled and these are shown as vacant on the Committee page.
McDonalds equipment grant
We're pleased to announce that the Centre was successful in its application for a $1000 McDonalds equipment grant! We will be now be able to replace a number of our aging hurdles with brand new ones, thanks to the generosity of McDonalds Family Restaurants. More details to follow!
Key officials training
We need parents to become Little Athletics event officials! Would you like to act as an Event Official at Centre or Championship carnivals in throws or jumps events? Don't wait any longer - it's simple to get started now! Simply log on to the LANSW website, select the Online Officials Assessment tab and register to get started. Note that this facility will be discontinued from 31 March 2015 - after that the practical component will take 15 days!
Are you fit to compete?
There have been incidents at competition with athletes fainting or developing muscle cramps because they hadn't had breakfast or warmed up properly. Parents, please ensure that your athletes have a good breakfast before coming to the oval and make sure they warm up properly before starting competition events, to avoid these problems. Check our Health & Fitness page for more information.
Great news! Telstra Kids grant!
We are delighted to announce our success in applying for a $1,200 grant from Telstra. Telstra Kids funds the little things that can make a big difference to kids' lives, helping kids to play and learn. Our Telstra Kids grant will be used to purchase additional high jump mats.|
A huge thanks to Telstra for making this funding available for us. We are very excited to share in the million dollars the Telstra Foundation provides each year to help kids across Australia.
The Athlete's Foot
is located at Shop 1082, Westfield Hornsby and can be contacted on 9477-7752. Check The Athlete's Foot
website for details. If you need any athletic footwear, go to The Athlete's Foot
Hornsby while stocks last. Don't forget to tell the staff you are a member of Hornsby Little Athletics Centre!
Codes of Behaviour
The Australian Sports Commission has developed Codes of Behaviour for use in sporting programs for children. Little Athletics is a community activity, which utilises athletics to help foster the development of Australia's children, and as such, totally endorses these Codes for all its participants. More...
HDLAC Bushfire Survival Plan
If there is a danger of bushfires anywhere in the Lane Cove National Park, we will cancel our athletics competition prior to the Saturday morning competition day. It is likely that a decision to cancel would be made no later than the preceding Friday night and this would be notified to members by a notice on our website and by broadcast email. There would never be a situation where competition has commenced on a Saturday morning when there is any danger of bushfires. We would never be in the position of having to send members home from the oval. More...
LANSW smoke-free policy
Little Athletics NSW understands the harmful effects of smoking on health, fitness and performance in sport and that passive smoking is also hazardous to health. It is acknowledged that non-smokers should be protected from the involuntary inhalation of tobacco smoke and as a result Little Athletics NSW has adopted the following policy. More...
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