MUAC remains undefeated as volunteers shine

AV Shield Round 4


MUAC’s Division One Women and Men sit atop the AV Shield ladders after four rounds with a commanding lead on their rivals. A big group of volunteers kept the MUAC long jump pit going all day and we’re thankful to them all for helping out.  Track and field is a big, complex endeavour and it needs lots of people to run a meet. Without this volunteer help, meets don’t run smoothly and we risk not scoring points for the club.  A big shout out to Tim, Alister, Liz, Madeline, Hamed, Mark, Hassan, Dale, Kirsty, Hannah and Hamish who raked, spiked, read the wind gauge and pulled the tape through at Werribee.

Catriona Bissett topped the scoring for the club, running 2:11.6 for 507 points. Liz Ruach marked her return to competition collecting 447 points for her 59.08 400m.  Jarrod Pageot kicked his season off with a 39.82m discus for 498 points, with Jack Powell’s 8:46.2 PB over 3000m delivering the club 492 points. The club saw a good spread of PBs across both metro venues.


MUAC will be in action on Saturday 11 November at the Victorian Track Relay Championships at Lakeside and return to AV Shield competition the following weekend for Round 5.


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