Top 10 performances from under 6 to under 10
1. Charlie Alcock U/9 raced away to a commanding lead in the 700 mts walk to post a time of 5:01.10 sec, only 15 seconds behind the record at his first walk for the season.
2. Young U/8 Jackson Walsh, with the wind in his favour, set the track alight with an extremely fast time of 18.88 sec over the 100 mts.
3. Kristian Zusak, U/9, keeps lowering his times in the sprints and this week it was the 100 mts. He crashed through the 17 second barrier with an impressive PB of 16.56 sec.
4. Justin McDonald, also one of hot U/9 group, is just a strides behind Kristian over the 100 mts. Justin had a massive PB in this event from last season when he was clocking in the low 19 second mark. Now, he has dropped down to 16.71 sec.
5. Reuben Hooper, U/10 boy, also a top sprinter, shattered his old PB in the 50 mts dash when greeting the judges lowering his time to 7.92 sec (half a second PB).
6. Nicholas Muruz, having his first try at race walking impressed the Judges with his style too and his time of 5:28.53 sec
7. Tyrell Bartlett, U/6 boy, has a terrific arm on him and again this week let fly with a throw just shy of his best throw with 4.30 mts in the Shot Put.
8. A first timer at Little A's, Rhys Cleverly showed his ability to sprint over 100 mts in the U/8's where he was just shy of 18 seconds in a time of 18.05 sec.
9. Nicholas Stead U/6 is showing he is chip off the old block (Dad, Quinton and Pop, Tom) with an outstanding Shot Put heave of 4.16 mts.
10. Shelley Roberts, U/10 girl, is coming back into form with a PB over the 50 mts dash with 9.24 sec.
Top 10 performances from under 11 and over
1. Nickolas Zusak, U/12, is off to the Trans Tasman Trials in Sydney in the coming weeks. Nickolas is one of the top sprinters and this week he showed his ability when he cruised around the 200 mts run in a Personal Best time of 32.06 sec.
2. James Harding, another sprinter with natural speed, showed his wares when he electrified the track in the fastest time on the night and the quickest 200 mts run on Snowy Oval in the past eight years. James' time was 28.63 sec for the 200 mts. If he can Hurdle as well, the 200 mts Hurdles record is in danger of falling.
3. Alyssa Zusak U/13 is only three metres shy of her brother over this distance. Alyssa the second fastest time for the girls in 32.68 sec and a one second PB from last year.
4. Murunda Muriz also showed her prowess over the 200 mts and clocked the fastest time for the girls on the night in 32.35 sec. With a few hurdle training sessions Murnda will cream the 200 mts Hurdles record with the speed she showed over the flat 200m.
5. Bailey Rogers was another of the sprinters who showed he can run the curve of the 200 mts with ease in his U/13 heat of this event clocking 31.27 sec and setting a new PB as well.
6. Hugo Steiner and Jordan Davis have great battles over many of the events on the program and this week in the Triple Jump Jordan just tipped out Hugo by a few centimetres. Jordan recorded in the tri Jump 7.55 mts and Hugo 7.22 mts.
7. Barnum Bradenann, posted two top performances on the night the first in the U/12 1500 Run in 6:12.84 sec and then in a sprint over 200 mts in 34.37 sec.
8. Emma McDonald's 34.85 sec for the 200 mts stands her in good stead for the 200 mts Hurdles in four weeks time. This was a massive improvement by Emma from last season PB of 39.62 sec. Emma has increased her speed by 0.69 mts/sec over this distance.
9. Eddy Clarke and Will Cahill have their fist run for the season, both recorded PB's and a really close finish if they were in the same heat of the U/12 200 mts. Eddy clocking a time of 36.17 sec and Will's was 36.61 sec.
10. Julia Davis and Leah Rogers (U/12 Girls) paced each other in the 1500 mts walk and it came down to the final stride of the race. Leah nosed ahead of Julia to take it out in 11:58.41 and Julia only 11 centimetres behind in 11:58.85 sec.