Isis cen­tre records bro­ken

Isis Town and Country - - Sport - – Alex Fresh­wa­ter

LIT­TLE A’s re­port for club night Novem­ber 6:

Young Mcken­zie Ha­mann, Piper Bartlett, Jes­sica Holt­house, Ni­cholas Haggett, Char­lie Green were among the Tiny Tots who were in at­ten­dance to see the sec­ond cen­tre record fall for the 2015-16 sea­son.

U8 Tessie Dyer shaved 0.1secs off the 9.0sec 2006/07 sprint record jointly shared by cur­rent as­sis­tant coach Si­mone Man­ski and Rhia Blair.

Tessie crossed the 50m fin­ish line in 8.9secs.

The first cen­tre record bro­ken for the sea­son was dur­ing Oc­to­ber club night when new­comer Kaylee Gar­rigon (U13) threw her dis­cus 24.62m, break­ing the long-stand­ing record by 3.16m.

The pre­vi­ous record of 21.46m was held by Jodie Far­rawell since the 2000-01 sea­son.

The club com­mit­tee con­tin­ues to work through the new on­line record­ing sys­tem.

Once all the teething prob­lems have been re­solved, we will be able to en­ter all out­stand­ing re­sults since Week 1 and ac­cu­rately post per­sonal bests achieved by ath­letes.

We wish all the nom­i­nated ath­letes for the Eidsvold Pen­tathlon on Satur­day speed, height and dis­tance in their nom­i­nated events.

PHOTO: JODIE DIXON

LIT­TLE A's: Sport­ing su­per­stars of the fu­ture.

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