Round up of the week's action at Kings Park and beyond.November 22, 2012 4:33am
It has been a busy weekend for Seymour Little Athletics with normal competition on Friday night and Regional Relays at Shepparton on Sunday.
Laura Macleod-Smith from the under-10 girls was awarded the Seymour McDonald’s ‘‘Star of the Week’’ award after achieving a personal best result in each of the five events she competed in.
On Sunday 30 Seymour athletes travelled to Shepparton to compete in the Northern Country Regional Relays. Seymour Centre entered 20 teams with six of those progressing through to the State Championships at Albert Park next month.
Special mention to the under-10 girls team comprising Ella Barnes, Ally Black, Taryn Furletti and Chloe Locke which won the medley and 4x100
The next state event is the multi-event championships to be held at Albert Park on December 15 and 16. This event is open to all athletes in the under-9 and above age groups — there are no qualifying standards. Further information can be found on the Little Athletics Victoria website www.lavic.com.au
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