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Hello everyone,

Well that is the official end of week 2 of the Victorian State T&F Championships as we slowly draw the curtains down on another big summer season with 4 specialist meets remaining before the National Championships in April. We had high presence over the weekend and this was noted by several officials and members of other clubs which is great to see us being recognised. A shame that there was no “live stream” available on Sunday to see some fantastic performances from a number of our members competing.

Let’s wrap up the weekend just gone, look at what events remain in the calendar, confirm training times and make a FINAL CALL OUT for assistance for our club fundraiser as we start to gear up and plan for the upcoming winter cross country season.


Another busy weekend of athletics at the 2024 Victorian Championships

This weekend our club was allocated duties on the Friday night and the Saturday morning session. A big thankyou to Doug C (President), Erro F (Gabby’s Mum), Will C (Henry’s Dad), Chris M(Aj’s Dad) Olivia K (Will’s mum), James G (Lachy’s Dad) Janice ( Elden’s mum) and Elizabeth & David D (Henry’s parents) for volunteering and ensuring our club did our bit in ensuring the competition ran smoothly.

A big shoutout & thankyou to our club coaches for this season Gregor E and David L. Volunteering their services to coach the school boys after school twice a week then making their way over to coach the non school club members at Righetti Reserve and attend and support the athletes throughout the season at the various competitions. It is a credit to you both for the time and effort put in and I know the athletes & the club appreciate everything you do for them and the club. Proof is in the pudding with improvement across the board in the athletes performance and winning division 5 this year.👏👏

Enjoy the photos we have managed to take over the weekend of a number of our athletes. To see further photo’s from week 2 and throughout the season head over to our photo gallery https://oldscotchathleticclub.com.au/old-scotch-athletic-club-photo-gallery/


Female OP200mAshleigh Arnold27.74 (P) 
Female 20200mLily Taylor27.94 (P) 
Female 17800mGabrielle King2:28.938th place
   2:23.29 (P) 
Female 15800mSophie Senior2:31.70 (P) 
Female 14800mPhoebe Grant2:32.63 PB7th place
Male OP200mWilliam Byrne-Jones22.93 (S)PB 
   23.13 (P) 
 800mLachlan Stewart2:10.64 (P) 
Male 20200mElden Zeng24.06 (P) 
 800mAj Merry2:04.48 (P) 
 3000mNathan Munro8:49.035th place
  Rory Vial8:53.318th place
Male 18200mHenry Dawborn25.42 (P)PB 
 800mWill Katic1:54.42 PB1st place
   1:56.88 (P) 
 3000mConor Sullivan8:40.16 PB2nd place
Male 17800mThomas Lindeman2:03.38 (P) 
 3000mBart Leeton8:30.191st place
  Luke Bodle9:19.49 PB15th place
 DiscusJasper Quinn18.07m8th place
Male 16DiscusLachlan Gumley45.25m5th place
 Pole VaultLachlan Gumley3.50m =PB1st place
Male 15800mHenry Curlewis2:12.518th place
   2:12.66 (P) 
Male 13200mJayden Millie28.22 (2nd) 
 800mMark Ballantine2:27.523rd place
Male P17200mTom Roach45.83 (2nd)PB
 DiscusTom Roach15.97m1st place
 JavelinTom Roach10.05m PB1st place

Championship Medal Summary:

* Saturday 9th March High Velocity @ Lakeside. Entries close Midday 6th March https://athsvic.org.au/events/high-velocity-club/
* Thursday 14th March Vic Milers #5 @ Doncaster. Entries close Midday 11th March  https://athsvic.org.au/events/victorian-milers-club/
* Saturday 16th – Sunday 17th March Victorian Masters T&F Championships @ Doncaster https://athsvic.org.au/events/victorian-masters-track-field-championships-3/
* Thursday 21st March Box Hill Burn @ Box Hill  https://athsvic.org.au/events/box-hill-burn/
* High Velocity Club, AV Throwers, Rare Air HJ @ Doncaster. Entries close Midday 20th March https://members.athsvic.org.au/events/224426/

The end of the summer season may be approaching, but there are still plenty of chances for you to get in some track and field!To see all events leading up to the National T&F Championships in April please refer to https://oldscotchathleticclub.com.au/old-scotch-athletic-club-calendar/



Reminder the club has secured a fundraising sausage sizzle day at Bunnings, Hawthorn (230 Burwood Road, Hawthorn) on Saturday, 16 March 2024 (in 2 weeks) between 7.30am and 4.30pm. 

HELP STILL REQUIRED – 6 timeslots to fill

We are only seeking 2 hours of your help to do a shift cooking or serving and we need at least 25 people for the day.  We can find a position for anyone over the age of 13 so feel free to sign up your kids as well! 

Shifts still to be filled 7:30-10am x3 and 2pm-4:30pm x3

To sign up please copy and past the link into your browser https://linktr.ee/osathleticclub

Please add your name, contact email and phone number for the day and any others who are coming with you to the shift times that are nominated in the form and we will confirm final details closer to the date.

It will be a fun day and a great way for the club to raise funds to continue to support our cross country and track & field athletes so we hope to see as many of our parents and athletes helping out as possible.

Ian Kluckow will be the BBQ Captain for the day and can be contacted on 0415165579 for more details or if you have any questions. 



Following on from the club’s outstanding track and field season, we encourage all members to be part of the 2024 winter/cross country season!

More details to follow, but for now please mark Saturday April 6th in your diaries as the opening event as part of the APSOC season (Associated Public Schools Old Collegians Amateur Athletic AssociatIon) – the Jamieson 5km at Scotch.

It’s a gentle reintroduction to cross country running, a fast course and a lovely afternoon tea overlooking the Yarra River. In addition to hordes of athletes in cardinal, we will need marshalls and afternoon tea helpers – we want to ensure this is the best event on the calendar!

Any questions in regards to the upcoming Winter Cross Country season please email the club at oldscotchathleticclub@gmail.com subject line: Cross Country and we will have the cross country delegates come back to you.

We hope to see this years members rejoin and welcome new members into the fold. If you have any family or friends who enjoy the longer runs away from the track don’t be shy in promoting Old Scotch as the club of choice.

There will be a break in newsletter proceedings for a few weeks so we will look at providing a summary towards the end of the month once we see ourselves through the upcoming events that will wrap the Victorian season up by the third week of March.