Saturday May 4, 2019 – Saturday May 4, 2019
Duncan Mackinnon Reserve
Bayside Cross Country – Season starts 27th April.
Wondering what to do when aths season finishes at the end of March? Wonder no more! Bayside Cross Country offers all CLAC U7-16 athletes the opportunity to continue competing over winter. CLICK HERE for the Calendar.
Cost: $40 for CLAC members (additional $55 for any new athletes who haven’t paid LA Vic membership fees over summer)
Who: all U7-16 CLAC athletes as well as athletes from surrounding Little Aths Centres such as Brighton, Sandringham, South Melb, Oakleigh, Moorabbin, Mentone, Springvale…
Why: Fun and fitness, hang out with your aths friends over winter, make new friends, keep fit for aths, school cross country and all other sports.
Distance: U7-8 1km, U9-10 1.5km, U11-12 2km, U13+ 3km.
Ability: All levels of ability strongly encouraged to participate. Just like track and field, it is all about PBs, having fun and self improvement.
Where: different venues inc. Bald HIll Park, Braeside Park, Hampton Foreshore (witha tough section on the sand!), Westgate Park.
Other benefits: trophies for all athletes who complete at least 6 events at end of season presentation, Club Championships Day at end of season, Handicap race with medals for all winners, opportunity to compete in State and SMR Cross Country events including relays (for U9-U16 age groups). LAVic State and SMR events are open to all U9-U16 CLAC athletes, not only those participating in Bayside Cross Country.
Questions? CLAC Cross Country Rep is Linda McCaffrey (CLAC registrar) – email email@example.com or get more info here https://baysidexc.teamapp.com/
Thank you to everyone who supported the Caulfield SMR Super Raffle over the past week we raised $1112.00
Thank you to the sponsors Marian’s Petite Salon Hughesdale, Ashmore Palms Holiday Village – Gold Coast, Under Armour, Collingwood Netball Club, Bunnings South Oakleigh, My Chemist Chadstone and all the CLAC families who donated to the super raffle.
Thank you to Jean-Luc Carrere and all the Caulfield Athletes who sold tickets and promoted the raffle last weekend especially Emilie, Emma, Alix, Sophie, Sienna and Zoe.
Congratulations the Winners are:
1st Prize – Martin from Frankston (Pictured his son Liam & Family)
$200 Ashmore Palms Accommodation Voucher, $130 Bunnings Voucher, $100 Hoyts Movie Voucher, Bottle of Midori, Dog Man Book Collection & The Very Cranky Book Collection Total Value Approx. $600
2nd Prize – Corinna L from Westernport
Sports Pack – Under Armour hat, ball, socks and Mesh Bag, Nikes spikes, Water bottle, $200 Ashmore Palms Accommodation Voucher, $50 Rebel Voucher
3rd Prize – Sienna Sullivan from Caulfield (Photo attached)
Sports Pack – Under Armour hat, ball, socks and Mesh Bag, Adidas spikes, Kathmandu Water bottle, $200 Ashmore Palms Accommodation Voucher
4th Prize – Liz from Sandringham
Sports Pack – Adidas spikes, top, spray bottle with fan, $200 Ashmore Palms Accommodation Voucher
5th Prize – Arias from Mornington
Collingwood Netball top signed, $200 Ashmore Palms Accommodation Voucher, Hunger Games Trilogy
6th Prize – Sulvia from Sandringham
$50 Mariam Petite Salon Voucher in Hughesdale, Make Up and Skin Care Pack
7th Prize – Meikhaela Spooner from Caulfield
Friends Lego, Roald Dahl Book Set,
8th Prize – Duane Gurton from Sandringham
Spiro graph, Ahn Do Ninja Kid Book, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Book, Uno, Notebook and pen set and Pig the Pug Book Collection
9th Prize – Megan Sheer from Caulfield (Photo attached)
Connect 4 Game, Anh Do Ninja Kid Book, Zombie Book Pack
10th Prize – Ned O’Neill from Caulfield (Photo attached)
My Chemist Warehouse pack, Pig the Fibber gift pack & various items
11th Prize – Steve Miller from Caulfield (Photo attached)
Tarte Make Up and Skin Care Pack
12th Prize – Nambi Family from Caulfield (Photo attached)
Girl shoes, Thelma the Unicorn book set
Team Caulfield had 19 teams qualify and compete in the State Relay Championships on Saturday December 15th. We had some fantastic results, lots of fun and tough competition on a blustery Melbourne day which had rain, sunshine, storms and everything in between.
Of the 19 teams competing an amazing 14 of these made it through to the finals. It is a great achievement to make it to the state championships so a big congratulations to all our athletes. Our medal tally at the end of the day was three gold medals and four silver medals. Quite a few of the teams were just outside the medals with four 4th placings and two 5th placings.