Season 2015/16


The 2015/16 season kicked off in October 2015 and ended in March 2016. An average of 97 athletes participated each week. A total of 2148 personal best performances were achieved and 11 centre records broken. The centre took part in its annual meet with Rockingham and hosted the Coastal Cup. Centre events included the Reynolds/Wakeham Challenge and the centre championships saw 102 athletes take part in a fun-filled day.

LAWA events:

State Multi-Events :        HBF Stadium

Three athletes participated in four events each held over two days.

Zones :        Hosted by Armadale Little Athletics

Around 30 athletes took part in the Zone competition, a total of 4 bronze, 2 silver and 2 gold medals were won by athletes in the U7-U17 age groups, a very fine effort indeed. Older athletes who placed in the top 6 in the finals progressed to the state finals. Athletes in the U16-17 age group progressed automatically to the state finals.

State Track and Field Finals : HBF Stadium, Mt. Claremont

The Centre was proudly represented at the state finals by Finley Murray, Macenzie Berglund, Sonya Beaman, Matthew Beaman, Raighne Brooks, Isaac Da Silva, and Calvin Singh. Calvin won silver in the U16 100m. Matthew and Isaac won bronze medals in the Shot Put and 800m and qualified to be part of the U14/15 WA international team and traveled to Singapore in July 2016. 

The summer season ended with a wind-up and trophy presentation.



Doug Reynolds / Wakeham

Wakeham Boy – Cohen Tepairi

Wakeham Girl – Abbey Iriks

Doug Reynolds Boy U8-U10 – Jacob Scoon

Doug Reynolds Girl U8-U10 – Michaela Meyza

Doug Reynolds Boy U11-U13 – Nathaniel Hutton

Doug Reynolds Girl U11-U13 – Sonya Beaman

Doug Reynolds Boy U14-U17 – Isaac DaSilva

Doug Reynolds Girl U14-U17 – Britney Pereyra


Overall Champion Track & Field  

Champion Girl – Abbey Iriks

Champion Boy – Jacob Scoon


Runner Up Champion Track & Field

Runner Up Girl – Sonya Beaman

Runner Up Boy – Isaac Da Silva


Track / Field Champions by Age Group

U6 Girl     Track & Field – Abbey Iriks

U6 Boy     Track & Field – Bronson Scoon

U7 Girl     Track & Field – Emelia Theseira

U7 Boy     Track – Xavier Allen

U8 Boy     Field – Nate Mills

U8 Girl     Track & Field  – Ava Cuffe-Hodges

U8 Boy     Track & Field  – Jacob Scoon

U9 Girl      Track & Field  – Amber Wyatt

U9 Boy     Track  – Charlie Sullivan

U9 Boy    Field – Keenan Brooks

U10 Girl     Track & Field  – Macenzie Berglund

U10 Boy     Track  – Sam Pereira

U10 Boy    Field – Jack Atkins

U11 Girl     Track & Field  – Sonya Beaman

U11 Boy     Track – Harrison Maude

U11 Boy     Field – Raighne Brooks

U12 Girl     Track & Field – Jasmine Lopes

U12 Boy     Track – Darren Bucket

U12 Boy     Field – Samuel Da Silva

U13 Girl     Track & Field – Rhiann Hargreaves

U13 Boy     Track & Field  – Nathaniel Hutton

U14 Boy     Track – Shaun Pereyra

U14 Boy      Field – Matthew Beaman

U15 Boy    Track & Field – Isaac Da Silva

U16 Girl      Track & Field – Sedona Hargreaves

U16 Boy     Track – Alexander Maude

U16 Boy     Field – Jarrad Carley


Most Improved (# PBs averaged over # events competed)

Most Improved Girl – Abbey Iriks

Most Improved Boy – Xavier Allen


Lorraine Cooper Most # of Events Competed (averaged over # eligible events)

Keenan Brooks, Bronson Scoon, Raighne Brooks, Jaxon Pereira, Shannon Beaman, Sam Pereira, Shannon Beaman, Abbey Iriks, Sonya Beaman, Macenzie Berglund, Amber Wyatt, Ava Cuffe-Hodges, Mia Cuffe-Hodges, Chelsea Ghildardi


5-Year Awards

Jacob Heath

Sonya Beaman

Chelsea Ghildardi



We began the Winter Season with 32 registered athletes. As the season progressed, a solid 15 to 23 athletes continued to compete—a good attendance for a small centre.

The parents of those participating were a great help in setting up and packing away. It was wonderful to see that our athletes had such good parental support.

A big thank you also goes to Michael Hodges who assisted with coaching during the season.

Well done to all the children that came to training night after night, ran up hills in the rain, through the bush and kept going. I am proud of you all.

Overall, it was the best cross-country season we have had as a centre for years.

Terry Hargreaves – Winter Officer


Harry Maude earned 3rd place in U11 State Walking Championships

Xavier Allen completed the U7 cross country run in 3rd place