April 19

Registration  for the 2018-19 Season

APRIL 01, 2019

Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019.

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 2018/19 Summer Calendar has been released

APRIL 01, 2019


Click here to download your event Calendar Summer 2018 COMPETITION CALENDAR

Northern Zone trophy winners 2018/19 season

APRIL 01, 2019

Congratulations to the following athletes who won medals in the Northern Zone points score for the 20018/19 season:


1st Female U16    Rebecca Moore                               

1st Female 30+     Helena  Smith                                   

1st Female 40+     Maria Cimino                                    

1st Female 50+     Sarah Culhane                                  

2nd Female 50+    Rose Moore                                      

3rd Female 50+     Suzanne Gore                                  

1st Female 60+     Jillian Senior                                      

2nd Female 60+    Dorothy Kass                                    

3rd Female 60+     Deborah Drennan                           

1st Female 70+     Roslyn Wolfers                                 


1st Male 40+         EJ Davie                                               

2nd Male 40+        Caerl Murray                                     

1st Male 50+         Brad Sharpe                                      

1st Male 60+         Doug Barrett                                     

1st Male 70+         Graham Allomes                             

2nd Male 70+        Robert  Warmoll                              

3rd Male 70+         Ron Shoesmith                                

1st Male 80+         Nick Bastas                                        

2nd Male 80+        Lloyd Gledhill                                    

3rd Male 80+         Jim Seymon                                       


Casa Williams Endeavour Trophy - Jim Seymon       

The Casa Williams trophy is awarded to a person for giving best service to Northern Zone. Jim was a regular competitor in the walks and was also happy to be give his time to be the main recorder to record the names of the athletes as they crossed the line in the track events. Congratulations Jim. Northern Zone is the longest running zone competition in Sydney having been going since 1974.


Northern Zone will continue for two more Saturdays on 6 and 13 April to provide competition to the many Masters athletes who are preparing for the Australian Masters Championships to be held in Melbourne from 26 to 29 April. 

NZ Presentation
Jim Seymon
Vale Charles Hobden

APRIL 01, 2019

We were very sorry to hear the sad news that one of our Masters athletes Charles Hobden passed away recently after losing his battle with cancer. Charles, 82, was an excellent sprinter and won a number of medals in the sprint events. He represented Australia in the World Masters Championships and claimed a state record in 2017. He was also a regular at the Northern Zone competition.


In his younger years, Charles was a very good cricketer. He was an outstanding off spinner who played for the Hunters Hill Pirates for nearly 40 years. He played for his club until well into his 70’s and often topped the averages with his magical spin bowling.


Thank you to The Weekly Times for some of this information.

Medals and Records for UTS Norths Athletics Club at World Masters Indoors in Poland

APRIL 01, 2019

There has been a superb success for UTS Norths Athletics Club at the World Masters Athletics Championships Indoors in Torun, Poland

On Day 4 of the Championships Monique Perry snatched a Silver medal in the women’s 40+ years 60m finals, breaking the Australian record. Ashley McMahon equaled his Australian record, finishing fifth in the 60m men’s 40+ years.

Monique Perry ran an Australian record in the heats of the 200m women’s 40+ years. She lowered her Australian record again in the semifinal on Day 6 of the World Indoor Masters Championships at Torun, Poland.  Monique finished fifth in the final.

Deborah Drennan ran a club record in the 800m of the women's 60+ years. She finished fourth in the 800m finals, narrowly missing a podium finish.  Her husband Brad Sharpe competed in men’s 55+ years 800m, finishing 6th in his heat.

Ashley McMahon claimed silver and Monique Perry bronze on the final day of competition at the World Masters Indoor Championships at Torun, Poland.

Ashley ran the third leg in the Australian 35+ year’s men’s 4x200m team, which finished second to the USA while Monique ran the first leg in the Australian 40+ years women’s 4x200m, which finished third behind the USA and Great Britain.

Both teams set Australian indoor records.

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Monique Perry - Silver medal presentation women's 40+ years 60m