Great start for Lit­tle A’s sea­son

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

THE Isis Dis­trict Lit­tle A’s club has started their sea­son with a bang.

Luke Adam­son has pro­duced an out­stand­ing run to break a club record.

The un­der-12s 800m record set by Bradley Cole stood for 10 years un­til Luke took al­most five sec­onds off his mark last Fri­day night.

New­comer to the club, Ellehra Wilkin, has shown she is an ath­lete to watch with a great per­for­mance in turbo javelin.

Also new to the club is Tex Adams.

He has al­ready made great im­prove­ments in his tech­nique and re­sults across a range of events.

Young gun Vin­nie Vella re­cently broke two sprint records at the Gympie Spring Car­ni­val and is al­ready within strik­ing dis­tance of a num­ber of Isis club records.

He is set for a big sea­son in the U6 age group.

The big­gest news to come out of Fri­day night was the start of the sea­son for the newly formed Queens­land Ath­let­ics Club.

The Lit­tle A’s club is now af­fil­i­ated with both gov­ern­ing bod­ies and can of­fer ath­let­ics to not just chil­dren but adults as well.

As­sis­tant club coach Justin Lewis was in fine form early with an ex­cel­lent per­for­mance in triple jump, eas­ily sail­ing past the 10 me­tre mark.

Lo­cal school teacher Matt Hol­lett caught the spec­ta­tors’ at­ten­tion with a blis­ter­ing run in the 100 me­tre sprint.

Mean­while, club coach Justin Lewis caught up with Olympic dis­cus throw­ers Matt Denny and Ju­lian Wruck at the re­cent Gympie Spring Car­ni­val.

Regis­tra­tions are still be­ing taken for all athletes.

See the club’s Facebook page for more in­for­ma­tion by search­ing “Isis Dis­trict Lit­tle A’s”.

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