The Camden Haven Little Athletics club 2017/2018 season has wrapped up for the year.
With 47 athletes registered for the season, the emphasis is on having fun and participation in a healthy activity.
There were over a thousand personal best (PB) performances throughout the season by the 47 registered members.
The club was also well represented at zone, regional and state championships with fantastic results achieved.
State competition saw Isaac Luke place ninth in the boys U9 60 metre hurdles.
Madelaine Goodridge competed in the girls U13/14 multiclass and placed fifth in the 100 metres, first in long jump and first in discus.
A club spokesperson thanked all the committee and those family members who came along each week to get involved and support the club to ensure its success.
The 2018/2019 season kicks off in September.
The club’s presentation night and AGM were on April 4 and the award winners included:
Boys Age Champion – Chase Dodds
Girls Age Champion – Hannah Summers and Runner Up – Kaia Hunter
Boys Age Champion – Joel Hanlon and Runner Up – Liam Friend
Girls Age Champion – Ruby Luke and Runner Up – Bethany Morson
Boys Age Champion – Thomas Maxwell and Runner Up – Matthew Potts
Girls Age Champion – Lillyth Buxton and Runner Up – Indy Cook
Boys Age Champion – Isaac Luke and Runner Up – Billy Hutchison
Girls Age Champion – Ruby Friend
Girls Age Champion – Hannah Gruber and Runner Up – Katherine Hanlon
Boys Age Champion – Ethan Morson and Runner Up – Dylan Chin
Girls Age Champion – Mia Morson and Runner Up – Claire Summers
Highest Point score Boy – Thomas Maxwell
Girl – Ruby Luke
Highest Achievers Boy – Isaac Luke
Girl – Hannah Gruber
Multi-class Highest Madelaine Goodridge
Achiever Lions Club Award Claire Summers
President’s Award Sandra Potts