These are our ‘Major Centre Awards’ which are presented to athletes during the Centre Presentation Day each season.
Spirit of Little Athletics Award
The Spirit of Little Athletics Award is an annual award presented to the athlete who is considered to best demonstrate the qualities outlined below. Any athlete can be nominated to receive the Award and the Committee will determine the individual athlete who best meets the criteria.
- True Sportsmanship
- 100% effort at all times
- Rarely misses a Friday competition night at Quakers Hill LAs
- May have represented QHLAC in the Zone or other competitions
- Regularly attends Training nights
- Competes in all events and strives to do their best
- Always competes fairly and in the best interests of the LAs
- Is courteous, well mannered and polite to fellow athletes, the Age Manager and other parents
- Respects and accepts any judgements or decisions made by the Age Manager or other Officials; and
- Is a role model for other children in the group and the club, someone the other children look up to for inspiration and motivation
|2009-2010||Courtney Turner – Seymour|
|2015-2016||Luis IV Magsanoc|
Centre Champion Award
The Centre Champion award is awarded to the athlete who attains the highest results through the Zone, Region and State Championships. For the 2014/15 Season a new award system was put in place to allocate points through these championships events.
Therefore, if an athlete performs consistently in a number of events across all the Championship levels this will be reflected in the number of points they will receive. The points start at 12 for 1st in the Zone, followed by 10 for 2nd, 3rd-8, 4th-6, 5th-5, 6th-4, 7th-3, 8th-2, to 1 for participating and completing in an event. For the region, these points have a weighting of 1.5 and for the State a weighting of 2. To be eligible for these awards you must have attended at least 60% of the Friday running nights for the season. If the highest scoring athlete fails to qualify for State Championships, and another athlete finishes in top 3 in an event at State Championships, then this will nullify the points total.
Points Champion Award
Introduced in the 2020-2021 season, the Points Champion award is awarded on the same points score method to determine each age group Champion. Each age champion has their points divided by total number of their available events to determine the highest average point scorer of all age groups in their category.
Both Centre Champion and Points Champion awards are now presented to athletes in the Junior and Senior categories;
Junior Champion – 7-12 years
Senior Champion- 13-17 years
|Season||Centre Champion||Senior Centre Champion||Junior Centre Champion||Senior Points Champion||Junior Points Champion|
|2014-2015||Alexander Thompson||Peter Elliott|
|2015-2016||Alexander Thompson||Peter Elliott|
|2016-2017||Mitchell Fraser||Peter Elliott|
|2017-2018||Mitchell Fraser||Tia Matthews|
|2018-2019||Chloe Kennedy||Thomas Varga-Strike|
|2019-2020||Jamie Kennedy||Mia Robson|
|2020-2021||Isaac Beacroft||Jeremiah-Xyndel Tatupu||Matilda Olson||Lilly Huang|
|2021-2022||Isaac Beacroft||Jeremiah-Xyndel Tatupu||Matilda Olson||Amelia Oxley|
The STAR AWARDS system provides athletes with goals to aim for during the season based on well-developed performance standards. It also rewards athletes for their attendance, improvement and achievement. Athletes may obtain up to five Stars in a season. The Stars may be displayed on their Centre Uniform….
Below is a list of the STARS athletes have achieved. Be sure to keep on claiming your awards and look to find your name on the Achievement list.