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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions and Answers
What time does Tiny Tots start and finish?
6pm to about 7pm
 
Where is Tiny Tots held?
The top field at Leonay oval
 
What age can kids start Tiny Tots ?
3 yrs
 
How much are uniforms ?
$50.00 per child
 
Where is the oval?
Leonay oval just of the M4 motor way (Russell street exit)
 
What time does Little Athletics start each Friday night ?
6:20pm
 
Do I have to stay with my child while they are at the ground?
 Yes
 
Do I have to help?
We expect that all parents help when required
 
Do I have to wear a uniform?
Yes
 
When does the season finish?
March
 
Can my child run up/or down an age group?
No
 
What time does Little Athletics finish on a friday night?
We try to have the younger age groups (u6 to u8) finished by 8pm but all should be done by 930pm however the first couple of weeks could take longer
 
What are the Rules of Competition ?
The objective of these rules is to set down the requirements for competition for all athletic meetings conducted by Emu Plains Little Athletics Centre. All such meetings are to be conducted under the rules as set down in the IAAF handbook and the LAANSW Rules of Competition, or as otherwise stated in the following paragraphs. All Athletes competing in our competition must be registered with our Centre. All athletes must compete in the Centre uniform. Similar coloured T-shirts may be worn under the approved Centre singlet or top. Singlets and T-shirts must be tucked in at all times when the athlete is competing. Failure to do so may result in disqualification from the event. Please ensure that the correct Centre uniform is worn at all athletic meetings, whether at Club, Zone, Region, or State level.
 
Why do we wear Registration Numbers and Age Patches ?
When an athlete registers, they will be issued with a registration number and an age patch. Both these patches have a sponsors name on them. They are not to be cut off and must be displayed when attached to the uniform. These are LAANSW sponsors.

The registration number must be fixed firmly to the front of the athlete's uniform top / shirt. The age patch is to be fixed firmly to the left side of the athlete’s uniform, normally on the shorts. If an athlete is selected to represent Emu Plains LAC at an event, they will be issued with a centre number (121) as well. This number must be firmly fixed to the back of the uniform.
 
What type of Footwear can I use ?
Competitors must wear shoes at all times in all events. No athlete will be permitted to compete without shoes at any time. Athletes in the U9 to U15 age groups may wear spiked shoes, but only in laned events, long jumps, triple jump, high jump and javelin. Athletes must remove their spikes at the end of the event and must not wear them to the next event. The length allowed for spikes is as follows;

Grass Tracks (Leonay Oval) - up to 12mm

Synthetic Tracks (Region) - 7mm max, High/Long jump 9mm max

Athletes who use spikes must take particular care to ensure they do not come in to contact with others. Irresponsible use may result in the athlete being banned from using spikes.
 
When can I use Starting Blocks ?
Starting Blocks may be used in events up to 400m, only if the athlete has been shown the correct way to use them. For further information regarding the use of starting blocks, please contact the appropriate coaching co-ordinator.
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
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