News & Updates
With the Club Championship rounds finally completed, the Athletes and Parents fun round is next Friday night. Kids, you can finally show Mum and Dad that you rule! :)
The Club needs you! - After many years of dedication and service, a number of committee members will be vacating positions as their children will no longer be elligable at the club due to age. The positions of Secretary and Registrar are particularly important. The club requires these positions to remian LAVic certified. Parents, please make yourself known that you can help out; there are a number of important committee positions available. Lets keep the club alive and strong.
A reminder that opening night competition begins Friday 27th October, 2017 at 5.30pm It is advisable to try and arrive 15 minutes before hand, and please, do be careful driving through the Park as there will be a lot of excited kids running around! :)
Registrations are now open for Season 2017/2018. Previous registrants will receive an email from LaVIC providing a link to re-register. If you wish to register your children for the fist time (or renew via the web page), please register via LAVIC HERE.
Website Rebuild: We are currently rebuilding the website with updated content and visuals. Please be patient as this will take a while to re-code the structure. Wayne Aldous - web admin.
Seymour Little Athletics Centre (SLAC36) is a member of the Little Athletics Victoria (LAVic), Northern Country Region. The Northern Country Region is one of seven regions in Victoria and consists of the following clubs and centres: Albury, Barooga, Benalla, Bendigo, Cowora, Echua/Moama, Howlong, Kyabram, Kyneton, Lavinton/Jindera, Mansfield, Murrandindi, Mt. Beauty, Nathalia, Rochester, Rutherglen, Seymour, Shepparton, Wangaratta, Wodonga and Yarrawonga/Malawa.
Seymour Little Athletics started in 1968 and became the 36th Centre to form in Victoria. In the early 1970’s, Seymour held Open Days and a gift, which was held at Kings Park.
The inter club competition at Seymour takes place at Kings Park on Friday nights, commencing the 27th of October 2017, and concludes in March 2018. Competition starts at 5.30pm and runs for approximately 2 hours.
Training nights are held at Kings Park, Seymour, each Monday night, starting in October/November 2017 - this time is the perfect opportunity for competitors to hone skills in specific disciplines.Training starts at 5:00 pm, and usually goes for an hour, subject to demand.