Stawell's little athletics season has finished off for 2018-19.
31 athletes registered at the Stawell centre for the season - athletes participating in athletics at North Park.
In a record breaking season, 332 personal bests were achieved by participants and 15 centre records broken.
President Greg Carter said all the volunteers put in a massive amount of time into the centre each week.
"Thursday afternoons are always busy but when you look at the number of personal bests that have been achieved and records broken across the Centre you know that all the hard work is worth it," he said.
"On behalf of all the athletes, a big thank you to the coaches and the helpers on the BBQ.
"This year we have used some of our own funds and grants from Coles and RACV to purchase 60 new collapsible hurdles and two trolleys, this is a major investment to ensure that we comply with the LAVIC regulations, these have been well received by all."
With a full calendar of events for the season, many athletes were awarded spots in the Regional and State Track and Field Championships
"We had athletes participate in the State Multi Event, Kannamaroo Gift, Cohuna Gift and the Stawell Gift," Carter said.
"A big thank you to all of the people who helped run these days. It is your dedication and organization that allowed so many of our children to compete for Stawell and I know the amount of work involved.
"The Stawell Little Athletics Centre is a fantastic centre to be a part of and with the help of all families we can continue to build on the legacy that previous families have built and ensure that our centre continues to be about 'family, fun and fitness'."
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