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Uniform Requirements for Season 22/23

St George Little Athletics’ uniform comprises for all ages (TTs to U17):

For Boys:  Singlet (red & white stripes) plus red Shorts

For Girls:  Either a Singlet or Crop Top (red & white stripes) plus either red Shorts or red (compression) Bike Pants

It is a requirement that the official club uniform (see diagrams below) is worn both at club competition and at all Little Athletics representative carnivals & championships.   Neither Ground Records (at club competition) nor Centre Records (representative championships) will be recognised unless the full club uniform is worn.

Transitioning to the New Uniform

From the 22/23 Season an updated uniform will be introduced.

For the 22/23 season and beyond, only the new uniform will be available for purchase, however athletes may continue to wear the prior uniform as purchased from the club, or a component of it, until the end of the 22/23 season at St George Little Athletics (Friday) competitions and LANSW carnivals.

From the 23/24 season onward, only the new uniform may be worn.

All components of the new uniform bear the club’s logo and can only be acquired from our uniform supplier – see below.

Purchasing a Uniform

Uniforms are available for purchase directly from our supplier, SportsMagic.

SportsMagic will be on-site at Olds Park on two advertised days (see:  How to Join) or you can place an on-line order with SportsMagic via the following link:    STGLAC Uniform Orders .

If ordering on-line:  you can choose to pickup your order from the supplier’s premises (at Chipping Norton, no charge) or delivery to your address (delivery fee applies).   [For a limited time only (prior to 21 October), you can select “club pickup” – and then collect your Uniform from SportsMagic at Olds Park on that date.]    For enquiries regarding sales/exchanges/returns, contact SportsMagic:   Email:  sales@sportsmagic.com.au;   Phone:  8303-6409.

 

Uniform Items & Prices

Options for BoysOptions for Girls

Unisex Singlets:   $37;     Racer Singlets:  $39;     Running Shorts:   $39;     Crop Tops:   $37;         Bike Pants:   $37;

 

Attaching Bib Numbers & Patches

The Registration (‘Bib’) number must be attached to the centre front of tops.  The Age Patch is to be attached to the left front side of the uniform (preferably on the shorts) such that it is always visible.  [If the Age Patch has an uneven edge, it can be slightly trimmed with scissors.]  The Coles sponsor patch is placed on the top right-hand side of tops.  (Left & Right with respect to the wearer.)

The following diagram(s) show correct presentation of the uniform including placement of the various patches.

Placement of Patches

All registration numbers must show the coloured border.  No modifications can be made.

It is preferable that Bibs and Patches are sewn on to uniforms.   [They are not “iron-on”.]

If it is necessary to use use Safety Pins (eg. if you don’t yet have your uniform), you need 7 as a minimum – 4 for the bib, 2 for the Age Patch and 1 for the Coles patch.  

Shoes

Shoes must always be worn during competition events.

Soccer/football boots must NOT be worn.

Some athletes may wish to wear spike shoes, but these are by no means necessary or expected.   The following rules apply to spikes worn at St George Little Athletics Centre events:

  • U11 – U12 may wear spikes in track events conducted fully in lanes (100, 200m, 400m and Hurdles) only
  • U13 – U17 may wear spikes in all track events
  • U11 – U17 may wear spikes during Long Jump, Triple Jump, High Jump and Javelin
  • For Long Jump / Triple jump (synthetic rubber surface) – you must ONLY wear Christmas Tree or Pyramid spikes with maximum length 7mm
  • Different spikes are made for grass vs synthetic surfaces – be sure you have the appropriate variant
  • Spikes must be removed and replaced with ordinary shoes at the end of a race or when completing the applicable Field Event
  • Spikes are not to be worn anywhere except at the Track and at the nominated Field Events.

Spikes can be hazardous.  They must be carried in a protective spike bag.