Congratulations to all our athletes on an amazing season!
Below are links to watch the Presentation Day video and the Presentation Day slides.
Thank you to the parents, athletes and committee members who have made this season so memorable and enjoyable.
Our annual Presentation Day will take place on Sunday 15th May 2022 at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club beginning at 1pm.
Our AGM will follow the juniors presentation.
We loved seeing so many of you again yesterday at trophy collection!
For those that were unable to make it we will have trophies ready and available for collection on Wednesday (27/04) at Dunbar Park between 5pm-6pm.
✨Also don’t forget we will have our Presentation Day and AGM on 15th May at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club from 1pm, we would love to see everyone there!✨
Please join us at Dunbar Park on Saturday 23rd April between 2pm and 4pm to collect this season’s participation trophies.
Unfortunately between the weather, winter sports beginning and other commitments for committee and athletes alike, we have been unable to secure a date for our usual fun day.
However we will do our very best to ensure the 2022/23 season starts with a bang come September!
✨Further info on our Presentation Day and AGM coming soon!✨
✨Nominations for 2022/23 Season Committee Positions are now open✨
Our AGM will be held 15th of May at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club as part of our major awards presentation.
All positions will be vacated and can be nominated for –
Officer for Age Managers
Officer for BBQ
Officer for Canteen
Officer for Championships
Officer for Coaching
Officer for Equipment
Officer for First Aid
Officer for Officials
Officer for Publicity and Public Relations
Officer for Results
Officer for Track and Field
Officer for Uniforms
Officer for Council Liaison
Officer for Volunteers
Please send in your nomination form to email@example.com by 15/04/22
Unfortunately due to the overnight weather and the forecast we are postponing our fun day.
Future date to be announced.
If anyone would like some free rolls please come to the canteen by 7:30am and pick some up.
We are looking forward to celebrating our End of Season Fun Day with you this Saturday 26th March.
The music will be pumping, the snags will be free and the smiles will be huge!
We will start the mornings activities at 8:30am.
Each age group will have the 60m dash plus lots of fun activities including our awesome ‘Welly Wanging’ challenge, the ever fun jumping castle and lets not forget our end of year egg throwing comp!
We will also be running out Ross Forster 800m handicap race. Age managers have all nominated a representative from their age group and all the athletes will race at the same time. The handicap start time for each of the athletes is based on their seasons PB. If all the representative athletes compete to the best of their ability we will see a very tight finish!
Age Groups will be called to present end of year Trophies. Your child must have attended 70% of competition points weeks to receive a trophy.
All parents are welcomed on the field. Please get involved and enjoy the day!
We will also be having a clean up this Saturday after Fun Day, so if you are able to stick around after the festivities to help, it would be very much appreciated.
Our Major Awards Presentation will be held at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club on May 15th.Further information will be sent soon.
See you at the track!
✨RYDE ATHLETICS MODIFIED WEEK 2 PROGRAM✨
Ryde Athletics committee and volunteers have done the best they can to get you all on the track tomorrow!
*The 3km, 800m, 400m and the walk will all be cross country events (No records can be broken in these events)
*High jump will be on but in a different location.
*All shot put will be held over at the seniors shot put, please be patient.
*Ross Foster race will not be on
Age Managers will be sent further communication this evening with more details.
✨This is a points week✨
We also look forward to your support and can do attitude!!
Other clubs are welcome to come and join us, but please be prepared to pitch in and help.
Any athletes competing at state in high jump are welcome to stay at the end and get a few jumps in for training purposes.
Congratulations to those Ryde Athletes who have made it to the McDonalds 2022 State Track and Field Championships at Sydney Olympic Park on 19-20 March 2022.
As with Zone and Region, we need parent helpers to assist the officials and you are a vital component to the success of the event.
• FIRSTLY, we need a TEAM MANAGER who is the “go to” person for issues during the event, does protests, ensures parents are turning up and so on. We need TWO each day.
Sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4cabae2ba7face9-team
This year, LANSW are utilising an online sign up program, which allows you to select the specific event that you wish to help with. The online sign up does operate on a first in first served basis. It MUST be done by Wednesday, 16th March. So, don’t wait. Sign up now! Other centres are already onto it.
• Ryde LAC needs to fill twelve (12) helper slots for general events which are based on an event, not a time. All finish times are approximate only and helpers will be expected to stay at their duty until they are replaced, or their allocated events are completed.
• AND, Ryde needs to provide one (1) helper for Relays (this is only for about an hour or so). This is not on the sign up so email me to claim that spot.
When our duties are full, please email me your availability and you can be a reserve for those who have signed up.
AFTER you have signed up, please email the Championships Officer of Ryde Little Athletics firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know the slot day, time and event you have signed up for. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT as I need to make sure we fill our slots AND I need to email the completed list on 16th March. Our Team Manager also needs to know it.
The Parent Helper duty sign up is HERE – please put RYD in front of your name so others signing up can see how many Ryde parents have signed up already:
Helpers are reminded that for safety reasons you should wear enclosed shoes, not thongs or loose sandals, especially on throws events. If anyone turns up without closed in shoes, they will still be required to assist, but will be moved to another area.
Helpers are also reminded to be ‘sun safe’. They should set an example to the athletes by wearing appropriate clothing and hats, regularly applying sunscreen and hydrating.
Ryde AC Director and Championships Officer
Unfortunately after the weather we’ve been facing the grounds are far too wet to run any of our events 😞
On the upside, our volunteer thank you evening will go ahead! Make sure you’ve booked your tickets!
Also, if you have a perpetual trophy, Donna will be at the club on Saturday from 9-9:30am for you to return it. If that isn’t suitable please contact us and we can arrange an alternative.
Let’s hope for some sun next week so we can finally get back to the track 🤞