The object of our club is to encourage and promote Masters Athletics, general fitness, and to provide opportunities for training and competition.
To see what Masters Athletics WA (MAWA) offers, head over to the about us page.
Over 30? Why not join us?
Membership is open to men and women 30 years of age and over.
This event will be held on Sunday 9th July, not the 2nd July as shown on the MAWA Sunday Programme. Details nearer the time, or see the warwc website.
Don’t forget that entries close this Thursday 2nd March – no late entries
We have now formed a Local Organising Committee to prepare for these Championships which will be held 26th to 29th April.
The members are:
Richard Blurton – Head
Keith Hill – Treasurer and Sponsorship
Barbara Blurton – Competition
Garry Wilson – Officials
Delia Baldock – Social, Catering and Merchandise
Mike Anderson – Venues and committee secretary
I would like to thank committee members for taking on these important roles and am sure you will give them your full support
A number of members responded to my email on club business, and they will be happy to take on supportive roles.
Unfortunately the run at Woodbridge this Sunday 19th Feb has had to be cancelled.
– The park is still closed
– Around 1km of the path is still under water
– To get to the start you need to wade through ankle deep water
– The smell is disgusting
– Saturday parkrun is cancelled
Thanks to John Smith for all his preparatory work – we look forward to the inaugural run in 2018
It is too short notice to arrange an alternative run
Friends are warmly invited to the Funeral Service for Dermot (Derry) Foley of East Victoria Park in Seasons Chapel, 1 Tulloch Way, Canning Vale at 3.00pm, Friday (17.02.2017). No flowers by request.
Yesterday the Woodbridge cycle path was completely flooded and the park closed.
It is likely that the water will recede and we will be ok on Sunday. However keep an eye on the website as we will place a post if we have to cancel the run
It is with sadness we report the passing of Derry Foley. Derry was a fine sprinter. He would always lament his lack of “wind”. A true fast twitch man. He competed in the Perth Worlds in the M85 100m and jumps, gaining an Australian record in the 4 x 100m.
His jump records have lasted a few years. As an M80 he was playing 18 holes of golf and then turning up at the track to jump. He was a humble and cheerful Irishman. His daughter Marie-Claire joined the club in 1997. Derry is survived by his wife Geraldine.
Vetrun now available access via magazines tab
Four MAWA members competed at the open State Championships last weekend. Here are their results.
This year the National Track and Field Championships will be held in Darwin 9-12 June
Entries Close 1 May 2017
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