A bold step into the unknown at Shield

A bold step into the unknown at Shield

AV Shield Round 7
An adventurous bunch of MUAC athletes trekked into the unknown on Saturday, competing at the first even round of AV Shield at Keilor Park. Prominent amongst the  cohort were members of MUAC’s development distance group, making…
Men back on top at AV Shield

Men back on top at AV Shield

AV Shield Round 6
A small but elite group turned up to run against the wind across the state in round 6. With wind readying up to -6 m/s it was virtually impossible to deliver solid performances. However, MUAC still…
MUAC holds steady at Round 5

MUAC holds steady at Round 5

AV Shield Round 5
In a busy week of athletics, a small group of athletes took to the track on Saturday for Round 5 of AV Shield. Top performances came from Cassandra Wang in the 100m, running 12.71 for 456…
MUAC does it at a canter at Round 4

MUAC does it at a canter at Round 4

AV Shield Round 4
A small and dedicated bunch of MUAC athletes were in action for Round 4 of AV Shield, with action spread across the state.  Jemima Montag continued her good form collecting a massive 552 points for her…
Women win at windy Williamstown

Women win at windy Williamstown

AV Shield Round 3
A hardy bunch of MUAC athletes took to the track on Saturday, despite early inclement conditions. MUAC’s Division One Women, lead by points accumulating machine Kira Davey, took another solid early season win, scoring 7528 points.  …
Montag on the march at Round 2 of AV Shield

Montag on the march at Round 2 of AV Shield

AV Shield Round 2
MUAC’s teams fared well at AV Shield in a busy weekend of athletics across the state. MUAC’s Division One Women eked out a narrow victory (scoring 5384 points), whilst the Division One Men benefited from a…
Sun shines on start of AV Shield

Sun shines on start of AV Shield

AV Shield Round 1
The first weekend in October saw the start of the AV Shield season for 2018/19 with MUAC athletes in action at Aberfeldie, Ballarat and Geelong. Steady team performances saw the Division One Women take second place…