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Registration  for the 2017-18 Season

MAY 01, 2018

Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2017 to 30 September 2018.

The 1 October to 30 September timeframe covers both the Summer and Winter season.

The 1 April to 30 September timeframe covers Winter season only (RunNSW category).

Further information see:


How to Join

Fees information


Members of Athletics New South Wales are entitled to a host of benefits depending on their level of membership.


Benefits include eligibility to compete in ANSW events, coverage for Personal Accident Insurance,  Annual Calendar, Registration/Competition bib, eAthlete information service and access to the ANSW Athlete's Advantage Membership Program.


New members registration click here

Existing members registration click here


For athletes who want to transfer clubs: ANSW Club Transfer Form

The 2018 Winter Calendar has been released

MAY 01, 2018


Click here to download your event Calendar Winter 2018 COMPETITION CALENDAR

Waratah Series Relay (previously known as NSW Cross Country Relays)

MAY 06, 2018

DATE: Saturday 26th May 201VENUE

LOCATION: Miranda Park, 639 Kingsway, Miranda


PROGRAM: Draft Version

  • 11:30am Fun Run (2km)

  • 12:00pm U12, U14 Male and Female (4x 2km)

  • 12:40pm U16, U18, U20 Male and Female (4x 3km)

  • 1:35pm 55+, 65+, 75+ Male (4x 4km)

  • 1:35pm Open, 35+, 45+, 55+, 65+, 75+ Female (4x 4km)

  • 3:00pm Open, 35+, 45+ Male (4x 4km)

Open athletes contact Samuel Colless 

Under 12 to Under 20 athletes contact Amanda Johnstone

Masters athletes contact Brad Sharpe

UTS Norths Annual Dinner Tickets 2018

MAY 01, 2018

Event: Annual Dinner and Awards Night 
Day: Saturday 2nd June 2018
Location: Chatswood Golf Club
Time: 6pm for 6:30pm start until 10:30pm
Guest Speaker: Melinda Gainsford-Taylor

Purchase tickets by 19 May Click here to buy your tickets

Medals for UTS Norths at the NSW Cross Country Relays

MAY 28, 2018

Out of 10 teams, UTS Norths did very well to win four medals in the NSW Cross Country Relay Championships at Miranda.


The medal winning teams were as follows:


  • Women’s Open A-team – 2nd, Abbey Rockliff, Elese Gallen, Eliza Barton & Izzy Thornton-Bott

  • Women’s U20 team – 2nd, Rosie Fordham, Hannah Cerezo, Abby Lander & Molly Quoyle

  • Women’s 55+ team – 3rd, Deborah Drennan, Jan Swinhoe, Anne Swinbourne & Nancy Lloyd

  • Men’s 55+ team - 3rd, Kim Loane, Brad Sharpe, Kevin Chamberlain & Trevor Young    


The fastest runner in the open women’s team was Izzy Thornton-Bott with an excellent 14:43 split for the 4km leg. The open B team featured Annabel McDermott who was having her first official competition run since her illness. She ran a creditable 15:48 for our B team, which came 6th. Also running in the B team was a late replacement, 12-year-old Nicola Christou who had already run in the U14 relay earlier in the afternoon. She was a real lifesaver as she took the place of another runner who withdrew with food poisoning on the morning of the event.


The women’s U20 team also won silver with Rosie Fordham running the fastest leg of 10:36 for the 3km leg. The women’s masters 55+ team won a bronze medal with Deb Drennan running the fastest 4km leg in 19:46.


The men’s masters 55+ team won their first medal ever for this event with a creditable 3rd place. Brad Sharpe ran the fastest leg in 17:06. Brad had a busy day as he also helped the 45+ team with a 17:43 leg.


The open men’s A team narrowly missed a medal with a 4th place, only 27 seconds behind the 3rd placed Randwick Botany team. Ed Goddard ran the second fastest time of the day with a 12: 13 leg. Ruairidh MacDonald ran an excellent 12:35 for the B team, which came 11th.


The youngest UTS Norths competitor on the day was 11 year old Emily Davis who ran the second fastest time for her U14 team, 8:16 for 2km. A new member from Moree, Xanthe Cogan who is a boarder attending Abbotsleigh, ran the fastest leg with a 7:55. The Christou twins, Nicola and Isabella were the other runners for the team, which ran a creditable seventh in a high standard age group.