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Jeremy and Jacob join Australia’s best at National U15 Camp

In October each year, Jetstar Little Athletics Australia (LAA) holds an annual National U15 camp over four days at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra. The camp is a great opportunity for athletes to be coached by some of Australia’s best coaches, and to receive expert training and education in a range of areas, both practical and theoretical.

Today LAA announced the 98 athletes who were selected to attend the Camp from the 1st - 4th October 2017. Among the four athletes from the ACT were Ginninderra's own Jeremy Maranan and Jacob Davill.

Jeremy was the 2016 ACT team captain at the Australian Little Athletics Championships where he won a silver medal in the 100m and his team mate Jacob also medaled with a bronze in the 800m. The boys are joined by their ACT compatriots Tarcia Collins (Gungahlin) and Charlotte Kalozi (Goulburn) at the Camp.

Jetstar LAA selects the highest performing athletes in each event nationally. Offers for attendance are based on performances at each State’s Track and Field Championships. Selection is by invitation only and is at the discretion of the Jetstar LAA National Camp Organising group.

 

The athletes will receive coaching from some of Australia's best coaches and receive expert training and education in a range of areas including strength and conditioning, recovery, nutrition just to name a few.

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Tigers represent the ACT at Sydney Nationals

An amazing number of Ginninderra's best Little Athletes have been selected for the ACT to compete at the School Sport Australia 10 to 12 years National Championships in Sydney this weekend.

The team includes the following athletes:

  1. Chloe Smith
  2. Andrew Camp-Liddiard
  3. Ryan Cuzner
  4. Samuel Baird
  5. Hayden Todd
  6. Owen Hromow
  7. James Lemon
  8. Jacinta Henderson
  9. Andrew Macfarlane
  10. Josh Phongkam
  11. Kayla Hetaraka
  12. Matthew Ikoro
  13. Amalie Leslie
  14. Nathaniel Halpin
  15. Chris Mecham

Ginninderra is very proud and excited for all the Boys and Girls who have been selected to represent the ACT. This year's cohort join the 18 athletes who represented the ACT at last year's championships. Selection is based on performances at the 2016 ACT Primary School Championships. We wish everyone the very best and good luck.

If there are other athletes who made the team and we haven't heard about please contact us so we can give them the recognition that they deserve.

Tigers tame Australian Little Athletics Championships in Adelaide

In the most perfect way to end 2015-16, Ginninderra's athletes including Jeremy Maranan, Jacob Davill, Meg Freeman, Chelsea Tobin, Nick Donaldson, Charlotte Rauraa and UC Tiger Teliya Hetaraka (CLAC) have all performed sensationally at Australian Little Athletics Championships today.

The ACT had a stellar day with 4 medals, two of which were claimed by the mighty Ginninderra Tigers. The gutsy efforts of the team saw many final appearances and some magnificent Personal Bests. The ACT team claimed the 2016 Small State and Alan Tricot Trophy ahead of arch rivals Tasmania. Congratulations to everyone on the team for some brilliant individual efforts.

ACT Male Captain Jeremy competed in the 100m (12.09s), 200m (25.87s), Long Jump (5.05m) and 4x100m Relay.  Jeremy had a brilliant day claiming a silver medal in the 100m Final as well as finishing 7th in the 200m Final and 7th in the Relay.

Co-captain Chelsea competed in the 100m (12.89s), 200m (27.85s) and 4x100m Relay. Chelsea made yet another National Final finishing 6th in the Final of the 100m, she came 2nd in the Consolation Final of the 200m and 5th in the Relay.

Birthday Boy Jacob competed in the 800m (2:13.82) and the 1500m (4:34.27 PB). Jacob got his birthday wishes with a bronze medal in the Final of the 800m and also ran really well to finish 5th in the 1500m Final.

Nick competed in the 400m (1:00.48 PB), 800m (2:35.57) and 4x100m Relay. Nick made the 400m Final finishing 8th fastest in the country and also joined team mate Jeremy in coming 7th in the Relay.

Meg competed in the 400m (1:01.59 PB) and 800m (2:26.59) Meg made the final of the 400m where she was also placed 8th best in Australia and 10th in the Final of the 800m.

Charlotte competed in the Javelin (28.90m) and the Shot Put (8.73m). She finished 11th and 12th overall respectively in both events rounding off an excellent brace of performances.

Miss T who competed in the Shot Put (8.49m) and Discus (31.93m) also represented the ACT with pride finishing 13th in Shot and 9th in the Discus. Another fantastic result from our senior Tigers.

The 2015-16 Season may now be over, however Winter is Coming to the Capital very soon, you can get involved with Winter High Noon meets with UC Ginninderra Athletics Club.

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LAACT ALAC Selection for 2016

The following athletes who have been selected to represent Little Athletics ACT at the Australian Little Athletics Championships in Adelaide (24th April 2016).  Selection is based on performances at the end of season LAACT State Championships.

National Championships are held each year on the weekend nearest to Anzac Day for the following:

  • U13 Australian Teams Championships for teams of 26 athletes (usually 13 boys and 13 girls) from each affiliated Association.
  • U15 Australian Multi-Event Championships for 6 athletes (3 boys and 3 girls) from each affiliated Association.

Ginninderra is very excited for Jeremy, Meg, Jacob, Charlotte, Nick and Chelsea who have been selected to represent the ACT. They represent the latest Tigers to go to ALAC following in the recent footsteps of Lara Sinclair, Molly Sturgiss, Ben Taylor, Jacob Todd, Mitch Baker, Chichi Enyi and Lauren Robards.

Best of luck to all the ACT team and commiserations to those unlucky athletes who missed selection this time around. For anyone looking to compete over Winter in Ginninderra's Intraclub competition please keep your eye on our Facebook page.

Under 13 Girls

101      Holly Abbey- Woden 100m, 200m, Relay

102      Emma Dunn- Woden 400m, 800m

103      Meg Freeman- Ginninderra 400m, 800m

104      Teliya Hetaraka- Calwell Shot Put, Discus

105      Hannah Manning- Belconnen 1500m, 1500m Walk

106      Sophie Moroney- Goulburn Mulwaree  1500m, High Jump

107      Rori Pryor- Woden 80m Hurdles, 1500m Walk

108      Charlotte Rauraa- Ginninderra Javelin, Shot Put

109      Claire Roberts- Belconnen Long Jump, Triple Jump

110      Adela Russell- Woden Triple Jump, High Jump, Relay

111      Mareli Steenkamp- Tuggeranong Javelin, Discus

112      Yasmin Titheradge- Goulburn Mulwaree Long Jump, 80m Hurdles, Relay

113      Chelsea Tobin- Ginninderra 100m, 200m, Relay

Under 13 Boys

114      Finn Brennan- Woden 400m

115      Jacob Davill- Ginninderra 1500m, 800m

116      Jordan Davis- Cooma Discus, Shot Put

117      Jason de Gier- Corroboree Javelin, Discus

118      Nicholas Donaldson- Ginninderra 400m, 800m

119      Fin Hegyi- Gungahlin High Jump, Triple Jump

120      Riley Lodding- Weston Creek High Jump, 1500m Walk, Relay

121      Jeremy Maranan- Ginninderra 100m, 200m, Long Jump, Relay

122      Matthew O’Mara- Woden Triple Jump, Long Jump

123      Rhys Rakete- Goulburn Mulwaree 100m, 80m Hurdles, 200m, Relay

124      Cameron Scott- Gungahlin Javelin, Shot Put

125      Angus Thompson- Woden 1500m, 1500m Walk

126      Aidyn Williams- Goulburn Mulwaree 80m Hurdles, Relay

Under 15 Girls

127      Eloise Millington- Woden Multi-Event, Relay

128      Mikayla Cruz- Gungahlin Multi-Event, Relay

129      Alexandra Pryor- Woden Multi-Event

Under 15 Boys

130      Brandyn Law- Goulburn Mulwaree Multi-Event, Relay

131      Dillon Manning- Belconnen Multi-Event

132      Simon Yung- Corroboree Multi-Event, Relay

Tigers named in Territory Nationals team

Following the ACT Primary Schools and the ACT Secondary Schools state championships, a number of very lucky Ginninderra Athletes have been selected in the ACT team to compete at Nationals.

Across the two teams, an astonishing thirty-six Tigers have made the cut, which is a huge improvement on the 28 representatives who were selected last year.

The Primary School team gets to travel to the AIS for their championships whilst the Secondary School Students make their way to Melbourne this season.

Congratulations go to everyone who made the team and we wish you all the best in your events.

Primary School

  1. Jacob Davill
  2. Trystan Fox
  3. Chris Mecham
  4. Matthew Ikoro
  5. Hayden Todd
  6. Owen Hromow
  7. James Lemon
  8. Austin Tetteh
  9. Ethan Robards
  10. Matilda James
  11. Bianca Kimpton
  12. Bethany Schulhin
  13. Chelsea Tobin
  14. Hannah Cadden
  15. Charlotte Rauraa
  16. Amalie Leslie
  17. Nathaniel Halpin
  18. Csenge Keszei

Secondary School

  1. Molly Sturgiss
  2. Megan Freeman
  3. Ruth Carson
  4. Layla Rowntree
  5. Angela Riach
  6. Lucy Ferry
  7. Rebecca Jarvis
  8. Jeremy Maranan
  9. Mitchell Foster
  10. Eden Thomas
  11. Samuel Wade
  12. Joshua Beale
  13. David Sim
  14. Mitchell Baker
  15. Stephen Fraser
  16. Matt Walters
  17. Tristan Vergano
  18. Nicholas Ashmore
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