The Cromer club is one of 5 clubs that competes at the Manly Warringah Little Athletics Centre at Narrabeen and services the following suburbs: Cromer, Dee Why, Collaroy, Collaroy Plateau, Oxford Falls, Wheeler Heights, Narraweena and Beacon Hill however athletes from other areas are most welcome to join.

To ensure that the club is run as efficiently as possible, rather than having its own committee requiring additional volunteers, the Cromer club chose to be administered by the Manly Warringah Little Athletics Centre committee. This ensures that the Cromer club’s interests are represented at the highest level within the Centre. Contact between the athletes, their families and the Cromer club is through the Cromer club liaison officer. The Cromer club liaison officer should be the first point of contact for any club or Centre related questions. Click here for contact details.

Cromer Uniforms

The Cromer uniform is comprised of black bottoms and a navy blue top with the Cromer logo on it. Athletes must compete in their club uniform at Narrabeen.

Black shorts are to be worn; these are not club specific and are generally available from Big W, Target etc. Singlets and T Shirts with the Cromer logo are all acceptable as tops of the uniform and can only be purchased from the Manly Centre at a collection day or competition day.

In the event that an athlete is notified that they have been selected as a Manly Centre representative for State Relays, Zone, Regional or State, or they elect to compete at the NSW State Multi competition, then they must compete in a Manly Centre representative uniform NOT their Cromer uniform. The Manly Centre representative uniform can be purchased from the Manly Centre closer to the representative carnival. As the Manly representative uniform is different to the Cromer club uniform, parents are advised to attach registration numbers and age patches to the Cromer club uniform with safety pins rather than by sewing them on as they will need to be transferred to the Manly Centre representative uniform if selected.

Cromer Training

Training, although not compulsory, is encouraged to help the athletes achieve a high degree of fitness as well as learning the required skills to compete at a high level at competition.

Click here for more details on both the Cromer and Centre training.

Cromer Club Awards

At the end of each season, Cromer club awards are presented to the best boy and best girl athletes in the club. The awards include: Club Champion, Junior Merit, Senior Merit and Age Champion (for each age group). There is a boy recipient and girl recipient for each award and encouragement awards may also be given.

The winners of each award are determined by the points that the athletes have scored throughout the season and are calculated differently to the Manly Centre awards. This means that athletes that win Manly Centre awards may not necessarily win a Cromer club award and vice-versa. Points for the awards are allocated based on where each athlete finishes in an event compared to other Cromer athletes in that age group, as well as PB’s achieved and number of events competed in.

The Cromer club awards presentation is held at Narrabeen on the last day of the season before the Manly Centre awards take place.

Colbert Shield

Each year there is an inter-club shuttle relay called theColbert Shield held at the Manly Centre between all of the clubs that compete at the Manly Centre. The Colbert Shield showcases each club’s fastest 2 boys and fastest 2 girls in each age group from U7 to U15 competing as a club team.

Athletes selected to represent the Cromer club will be notified by the Cromer club liaison officer prior to the Colbert Shield. Athletes must compete in their full Cromer outfit.

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