Registration for the 2020-21 Season
APRIL 01, 2021
Annual membership to UTS Northern Suburbs Athletic Club covers the period 1 October 2020 to 30 September 2021.
The 1 October to 30 September time frame covers both the Summer and Winter season.
The 1 April to 30 September time frame covers Winter season only (RunNSW category).
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Fees information 2020/21 Fees
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.
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Active Kids Vouchers can be used for registrations with UTS, but MUST be obtained before commencing the registration process so that the number is entered at the start of the process. Active Kids Vouchers CANNOT be applied retrospectively, so if the registration is completed without the number, it cannot be claimed at a later date.
3 Major Registration CATEGORIES:
OPENS Athlete Eligible to compete in ALL ANSW and AA Sanctioned Events
CONCESSION/JUNIORS athlete Eligible to compete in ALL ANSW and AA Sanctioned Events. Juniors Minimum Age 12 years
COMMUNITY MEMBER Eligible to compete at Club Competition
APRIL 01, 2021
Registration: Online Registration only Click Here to Register
Click here for Grass Games Final Timetable
Cost: Online Entry $10 closes 8 April, Late Online Entry on the day but payment will be on arrival by card only $20
Athletes Entry: ANSW Members Only, if not a member we can accept Community membership with UTS Norths $15 only
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Date: 10 April 2021
UTS Norths is once again proud to host the annual Grass Games at Rotary Athletics Field, featuring several field events as well as a range of fun and interesting track events, with the exciting finale being THE ELIMINATOR
We are also very pleased to be able to offer prize money for Eliminator winners this year, as follows: 3rd place $50, 2nd place $100, 1st place $250, for both men and women.
Will Lora Storey and Lewis Horenko defend their 2019 Eliminator titles or will we have a new field of athletes vying for the prize money
Why not come along, join the fun and find out
Program of Events
2.00pm Women 300m sprint
2.15pm Men 300m sprint
2.30pm Women 60m sprint heats
2.45pm Men 60m sprint heats
3.05pm 1 mile Men and Women
3.15pm Women 600m run
3.20pm Men 600m run
3.35pm Women 60m sprint final
3.40pm Men 60m sprint final
4.00pm Women 150m run
4.15pm Men 150m run
4.35pm Women 60m skins
4.40pm Men 60m skins
5.00pm The Eliminator
2.15pm Women aggregate Long Jump
2.45pm Shot Put
3.15pm Men aggregate Long Jump
Note Times may be subject to slight changes depending on entry numbers. Final times will be published on Friday 9 April 2021 after entries close.
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Aggregate Long Jump Rules
The Eliminator Rules
60m Skins Rules
Grass Games Wrap 2021
APRIL 20, 2021
Clinton McEwen 60m Eliminator Winner
Charlotte Greatrex 60m Winner
Words by Janet Naylon
Photos by Andy Burton
Full results at https://www.utsnorthsath.com.au/grass-games-results
UTS Norths hosted the fifth edition of the Grass Games at Rotary Athletics Field on Saturday 10 April. Normally held early in the season, this year it was the last competition before the National Championships, having being delayed due to the restrictions around COVID-19 and hosting events.
The Grass Games was born out of a joint initiative with Athletics NSW and features non-standard events such as the 60 metre Skins and The Eliminator along with an aggregate long jump. Supporting events include the 60m, 150m, 300m, 600m and the mile plus the discus and shot put.
With prize money on offer, The Eliminator attracted a quality field, which included Bethany Halmy (MW) and Will Austin-Cray (BAN) having their last races before the National Championships and a number of athletes who had had disrupted seasons and were looking to finish on a positive note.
You may be asking “just how does The Eliminator work?” Conducted over four laps of the 400 metre track, the leading athletes have 60 seconds recovery at the end of each lap, while the back markers are eliminated.
In the men’s race, Skins winner Clinton McEwan (UTN) set a cracking pace on the first lap and was eliminated on the second while Austin-Cray took up the lead on the second and third laps. Sitting in the middle of the field were UTS Norths pair Corey Furminger and Zeth Soderlund from the Penny Gillies squad plus winner of the 150m and 300m, Oliver Clarke from Mingara. The last lap didn’t disappoint as it came down to the 400/800m runner, Furminger versus the 800/1500m runner, Austin-Cray. Furminger was the eventual winner holding onto his lead from a fast finishing Austin-Cray, and Clarke filled third place.
Halmy lead each of the laps in the women’s event and was a comfortable winner from junior athletes, Charlotte Clayton (Hornsby) and Gemma McIntosh (SSR).
The 60m Skins works in a similar way with athletes running two or three rounds over 60m with a walk back recovery; the winners progress and the back markers are eliminated. McEwan won the men’s event from Clinton Huynh (BAN) and Jethro Abdon (EPP). The women’s 60m Skins was won by Davina Strauss (UTN).
For the long jumpers it was the aggregate event where athletes complete a standing long jump and then two jumps from two different starting points on the runway with all jumps added together. The winners were Sarah Ding and Jamie Terley from UTS Norths.
UTS Norths Club Patron, Her Worship The Mayor of Willoughby – Councillor Gail Giles-Gidney was on hand to present the medals.
In other results:
60m winners – Charlotte Greatrex (UTN), Jethro Abdon (EPP)
150m winners – Rowena Craker (UTN), Oliver Clarke (MIN)
300m winners – Rowena Craker (UTN), Oliver Clarke (MIN)
600m winners – Nicky Kelly (MIN), Choo Huat Tan (UTN)
1 mile winners – Deborah Drennan (UTN), Will Austin-Cray (BAN)
Discus – Larissa Sadul (UTN), John Hunter (UTN)
Shot put – Emma Polikowski (MW), Jozef Cluff (TGS)
(L-R) Andy West, Coach Penny Gillies, Corey Furminger, Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney
Bethany Halmy and Corey Furminger Eliminator Winnters
Northern Zone Winter Series 1 - 15 May 2021
APRIL 30, 2021
Date: Saturday 15 May 2021
Location: Rotary Athletics Field Mowbray Road, Chatswood
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
12.30pm - Individual Hammer Throw & Throws Pentathlon (HT)
12.30pm - 600 Metres
1.00pm - 60 Metre Hurdles
1.15pm - 60 Metres
1.30pm - Individual Javelin & Throw Pentathlon (SP)
1.45pm - 100 Metres
2.15pm - Individual Shot Put & Throws Pentathlon (DT)
2.15pm - 300 Metres
3.00pm - Throws Pentathlon (JT)
2.45pm - Long Jump and High Jump
3.45pm - Throws Pentathlon (WT)
Entry Fee for Northern Zone individual events will be $10 and online entry will remain open for on the day entries.
Entry Fee for the Masters Throws Pentathlon is $15. Entries for the Throws Pentathlon only will close at 12pm on Friday 14 May. No late entries for the Throws Pentathlon will be accepted.
The $15 Throws Pentathlon entry fee includes entry to any other Northern Zone events
Entry Fees are non-refundable, regardless of circumstances
Online Registration and payment ONLY
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Northern Zone Individual events ONLY ($10):
Masters Throw Pentathlon ONLY includes track ($15):