MUAC rolls on at AV Shield

AV Shield Round 2


MUAC continued it’s fine start to the track and field season, winning Division One Women with the highest score in the state, and Division One Men joining them atop the podium with a score just 50 points behind Blue Zone powerhouse Glenhuntly. The new scoring system saw MUAC collecting points in Frankston, Ballarat and Werribee with all contributing to the overall result.

Kath Iannello again scored big with her 3.45m in the Pole Vault scoring 503 points. Em Lawson made her season’s debut over 200m running 25.38 for 470 points. Tristan Hernandez took to top spot for the men, with his 11.14 100m garnering 465 points, with Max Ueda’s 10:13 steeplechase the second top score (456).

Two rounds down, MUAC is sitting on top of the ladder for Division One Women and Men. The early parts of the season are important to locking in our spot in the Shield Final, where we’ll be aiming to defend our title in Division One Women and win the title in Division One Men. While we might highlight the top scorers, everyone who’s out there competing is contributing to the points total and helping us get to the final and win.

A big thanks to Tristan and Tim for helping out with the track wind gauge, one of MUAC’s many duties for the year.


MUAC will be back in action this Saturday for Round 3 of AV Shield with competition at Meadowglen, Nunawading, Flora Hill, Llanberis and Landy Field.

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