Janet Naylon . . . two wins
Janet Naylon maintained her good form in Northern Zone competition at rotary Field on Saturday.
Competing in the women’s 50+ years age group, she ran a season’s best to win both the 100m and 400m and was second in the long jump, shot put and javelin.
Bella Guthrie . . . PB
Running into a stiff headwind,
Ashley McMahon broke his own UTS Norths club record in the mens 45+ years 100m at SOPAC on Saturday.
Joey Dennis won his heat of the open men’s 400m in personal best time and also ran a PB in finishing third in his heat ofm the open men’s 100m.
Bella Guthrie also ran a personal best time when she finished third kin the open women’s 400m hurdles.
Clinton McEwan won his heat of the open men’s 100m and Nicolette Donofrio finished second in her heat of the open women’s 100m.
Jess Maciver . . . five first placings
Jess Maciver dominated the Ravenswood School athletics carnival on Monday, winning all five events which she contested.
Jess threw a personal best to win the shot put and also won the 100m hurdles, 100m, 200m and long jump.
Jessie Wong . . . hurdles winner
Nicolette Donofrio ran a personal best time in winning her heat of the open women’s 100m at Wollongong on Sunday.
Nicolette also took out the under 20 women’s 100m hurdles.
Jessie Wong won the under 18 years girls 100m hurdles in personal best time.
Susie Douglas won her heat of the open women’s 200m and also ran a personal best time in her heat of the 100m.
Dave Turner (left), Ashley McMahon (right) with coach Ron Bendall
Dave Turner made a successful return from injury, winning the men’s 40+ years 200m at Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field on Saturday.
He also ran second to training partner
Ashley McMahon in the 60m.
Janet Naylon maintained her good form over 60m, winning the women’s 50+ years category. she was also second in the 200m and triple jump and third in the shot put.
Maria Cimino won the women’s 40+ years discus, shot put and weight throw.
Jasmin Guthrie (second from left) with her gold medal winning under 18 years team mates
Jasmin Guthrie ran a very fast time to win her 400m and help UTS Norths to the gold medal in the under 18 girls Club Championships at SOPAC on Saturday.
Ashley McMahon won the long jump, was second in the 100m and led his team to victory in the 4x100m relay to help UTS Norths to the gold medal in the Masters Men’s Club Championship.
Joey Dennis helped his team to the silver medal in the under 18 years boys Club Championship with a fast finishing run into second place in the anchor leg of the 4x100m. He was also second in his heat of the 100m.
Monique Perry helped her team to the silver medal in the Masters Women’s Club Championship with victory in the 100m and second place in the 4x100m.
Jessie Wong ran the lead leg in the UTS Norths team which came second in the under 18 years girls 4x100m relay while Jess Maciver and Bella Guthrie were members of the third placed 4x100m team. Jess also was third in her heat of the under 18 years girls 100m.
Janet Naylon was third in the Masters women’s long jump and Nicolette Donofrio was second in her heat of the open women’s 100m.
Clinton McEwan . . . in the open men’s team
Ron Bendall squad members will represent UTS Norths at the Club Championships at SOPAC on Saturday.
Joey Dennis, James Hunt and Matthew Hunt will compete in the under 18 years boys category.
Jasmin Guthrie, Jess Maciver, Bella Guthrie and Jessie Wong will wear the red and black in the under 18 years girls division.
Nicolette Donofrio is in the open women’s squad and Clinton McEwan is in the open men’s squad.
Ashley McMahon, Caerl Murray, Monique Perry and Janet Naylon will represent the club in the Masters teams.
Janet Naylon (right) with gold medalist Donna Hiscox
Maria Cimino broke her own State record three times in winning the women’s 45+ years heavyweight throw at the NSW Masters Indoor championships at Somersby on Sunday.
Maria also broke the seven metre barrier for the first time.
She also won the weight throw and was second in the shot put.
Janet Naylon was second in the 50+ years women’s shot put.
Ashley McMahon with coach Ron Bendall
Ron Bendall squad sprinters were in fine form at Northern Zone competition at Rotary field, Chatswood, on Saturday.
Monique Perry won the women’s 40+ years 60m and 200m and Janet Naylon won both the women’s 50+ years sprints.
Janet also took out the triple jump and shot put.
Ashley McMahon and Caerl Murray were first and second in the men’s 40+ years 60m and Caerl took out the 200m.
Susie Douglas . . . second in 100m
James and Matthew Hunt both ran personal best 400m times at Sylvania Waters on Saturday.
Compering in wet and windy conditions James ran a very good race to finish second in his heat of the open men’s 400m.
Susie Douglas also ran well to finish second in her heat of the open women’s 100m.