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Latest News: Tuesday, 29 November 2016
Zone 2016 Volunteer Roster
Zone ROSTER 2016  please click to access
The duties roster for this weekend’s zone carnival has been added to the website. If you are unable to access it, please email or text Kate Hardy (0428 411 670).
Note that only parents of athletes that are participating have been assigned event duties for the weekend. If you are unable to complete your duty, please find a replacement or approach another parent to swap. Please advise Kate Hardy of replacement or swaps made.
We still require other club members to come along & assist in the canteen over the weekend. Even if you do not have children competing, please consider offering your time. Even one hour at any time over the weekend would be a significant help. If you can help, please contact Tabitha Smith 0447 007 244.
Also, we still require assistance to set up shade shelters at 5.30am each morning & take them down each afternoon. If you can help, please contact Ben Sawyer 0498 545 336

Gunnedah Little Athletics aspires to provide the local community with recreational athletics activities that contribute to the healthy development of our children.

Participation will promote:

Gunnedah Little Athletics Club afternoons are held on Wednesdays at Wolseley Oval.  Competition events start at 5pm “sharp”. It is IMPERATIVE that all athletes are at the oval BEFORE 5pm so that they can be signed in (and out at end of night) by parent  or guardian over the age of 18. This season we will be running non -compulsory event coaching sessions from  4.30pm. We ask that the parents please listen to the announcements, so you know what is going on in the club. Volunteer duties are required by all parents through out the season. A roster system will be allocated at the start of the season. Failure to complete volunteer duties will result in your child losing competition points. Please refer to centre information on our web page for ‘Volunteer and Sign-in policy”

The Club’s focus is on achieveing Peronsal Bests (PBs) and we would encourage all parents to support us in this aim.  By focusing on whether your child is trying, improving and achieving PBs (rather than focusing on “where they came”) you will help us teach your child to focus on improving themselves and doing their best.