Sport

Records broken

by
November 30, 2017

Lily Clifford competing in the under 10 girls long jump.

Ten centre records were broken this week at Barooga Little Athletics.

Xavier Franklin broke his own record from earlier in the season in the under-seven 60m hurdles when he ran 12.10 seconds.

Casey Chandler broke the record set last season by Mackenzie O’Dwyer in the under-nine 60m hurdles with a time of 12.42 seconds.

Mackenzie broke the record in the under-10 60m hurdles, previously held by Caitlyn Clifford, with a time of 12.47 seconds.

Caitlyn broke her own record set earlier in the season in the under-11 60m hurdles with a time of 10.73 seconds.

Jett Mathers broke the record in the under-11 60m hurdles with a time of 11.76 seconds. The record was previously held by Sonny Rowe.

Jake Kalz broke his own record from earlier in the season in the under-12 60m hurdles with a time of 11.64 seconds.

Madison McDiarmid broke her own record in the under-12 60m hurdles with a time of 11.41 seconds.

Isaac Crawford broke the record in the under-13 80m hurdles with a time of 14.94 seconds. Cameron Johnston had held the record since 2013.

Charlie Noonan broke the record in the under-six 100m, formerly held by Benjamin Macheda since 2010, with a time of 20.42 seconds.

Jordan Bovalina broke the record in the under-16 100m with a time of 12.14 seconds. The record had been held by Sam Gough since 2009.

A total of 228 personal bests were also achieved.

The General Store $10 voucher went to Tyler Schlink for effort and determination.

The weekly $5 Wingates Intersport encouragement vouchers go to Derek Muckenthaler, Harrison Mynard, Charlie Noonan, Lachlan Pardy, Ayla Sim, Isla Startari, Dante Zito, Jessie Ashcroft, Lily Clifford, Adithi Gurunathan, Ella Michelotti, Bella Pardy, Hannah Janssens, Dana Nolan, Tiernan Wylie, Savannah Zoch, Joshua Edwards, Ned O’Kane, Harry Paterson and Isaac Crawford for their fantastic efforts last week.

By
More in The Courier Cobram
Login Sign Up

Dummy text