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Aim of Little Athletics

The aim of little athletics is, "... to develop children of all abilities by promoting positive attitudes and a healthy lifestyle through family involvement in athletic activities"

 

I cannot think of a better way for a young person to be introduced to athletics then to be part of the Little A's movement. I am of course biased because, I coach in Little A's and all of my children participate in athletics with Little A's.

 

For more information about the  'Queensland Little Athletics Association'  and the location of your nearest centre please visit there website using the link above.

 

Queensland Little Athletics Association (QLAA) caters for young athletes 8 to 15 years of age. They have weekly competitions at centre level and competitions at district level from which athletes (First 3) qualify for State Relay (Relay teams and competitors in pairs) or State (Individual and multi event competition). There is also a senior and junior carnival.

 

At the QLAA state carnival a state team of 30 boys and girls is selected for a national competition hosted by the Australian Little Athletics Association.

 

2005 QLAA State Team2005 State Team

 have been involved in the QLAA in a number of capacities including coaching committee and as a coach manger with the State Teams to the ALAC.

 

I look forward to supporting the activities now and in the future.

 

Qld 3rd overall in 2005 and 1st in U15 boys pentathlon.

2005 QLAA State Team2006 State Team

Another frigid competition held at Canberra. The day dawned with a ground temperature of minus 5 degrees.

The team did quite well coming 4th overall and a 3rd in the girls pentathlon.

Centenary Little Athletics Centre (CLAC)

 

Centenary is my home club. I have been involved with the centre as a coach and as a past executive committee member for a number of years. The Centenary club shares a ground with the  Jaguars AFL club at the recreation reserve at Wongabburra street Jindalee near to the intersection with Curragundi street. The reserve is right next to the Jindalee Primary School. The 2000 UBD reference is map 177 references 19:K. 

 

Coaching Times

A number of excellent coaches are available at the Centre to coach children of all abilities. Please refer to the white board outside the club house for the various events specific coaching time or visit the CLAC website for more information.

 

 
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