THE 2018/19 season of the Shoalhaven Little Athletics Club has officially wrapped up, after they held their presentation at the Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens Sports Club.
In the under 6 boys, the top point score finishers were Cayleb McDonald finished first from Rowan Brignell and Jett McDonald, while Madeleine Tipping, Sky Izzard and Matilda Powell were the top three inthe under 6s girls.
William Powell topped the under 7 boys, ahead of Zai Roberts and Aidan McLaren, as Ella Walsh won the under 7 girls, edging out Aofia Brandon and Milly Hardy.
The under 8 boys and girls was won by Beau Warbrook-Golding and Victoria Hill respectively, from Elijah Duff and Cameron Irwin plus Genevieve Hay and Lilly Moore.
Jonathan Spinks won the under 9 boys, from Caiden Green and William Anderson, as Myra Betts, Heidi McLaren and Amarli Robinson were acknowledged in the under 9 girls.
Evelyn Hill finished first in the under 10 girls, ahead of second placed Eva Carney and tied third placed recipients Mia O'Mullane and Montana Bartley - as Kayde Whitfield, Matthew Wisniewski and Riley Moore in the boys.
In the under 11s, Joel Harlor, Dylan Davis-Stewart and Jett Goddard topped the boys while Emily McLaren, Ruby-May Pearce and Elysha Davis finished on the podium in the girls.
Hamish McLaren won the under 12 boys from Brayden Whitfield and Micah Procter, while Charlotte Hay, Mia Stevens and Alyssa Wisniewski topped the girls.
Recipients in the under 13s were Oscar Tunney-Roberts,m Lochlan Burchell, Kade Dhu, Olivia Davis and Talea Miller, while Jack Atkins, Emma Whitehouse and Akala Miller were recognised in the under 14s.
Nathan Groves, Lachlan Davis and Caitlyn Beck starred in the under 15s,as Jackson Jennings, Brock Miller, Mason Beresford and Zoe Chater were the best in the under 17s.
While the age champions included Jett McDonald (6 boys), Layla Burbage (6 girls), Zai Roberts (7 boys), Ella Walsh (7 girls), Jaxson Neasbey (8 boys), Lana Crawford (8 girls), Taj Goddard ( 9 boys) Myra Betts (9 girls), Kayde Whitfield (10 boys), Montana Bartley (10 girls), Jett Goddard (11 boys), Emily McLaren (11 girls), Hamish McLaren (12 girls), Charlotte Hay (12 girls), Oscar Tunney-Roberts (13 boys), Olivia Davis (13 girls), Jack Atkins (14 boys), Emma Whitehouse (14 girls), Nathan Groves (15 boys) and Jackson Jennings (17 boys).
Other major awards went to Lara Check (most records broken - five), Max Hay (Vandenberg Trophy), John Allerton (Clubperson of the Year) and Chris and Lisa Johnson (life membership).