THERE was a great turnout of little athletes at Kiama on Friday night after the previous week's unfortunate washout.
So far, 37 athletes have qualified for their 10 personal-best ribbons as the Kiama centre's point-score competition continues in earnest.
No doubt, many more ribbons will be handed out during the coming weeks, so listen out when names are called at the start of competition on Friday.
Don't forget to collect the performance tickets each Friday evening from the table near the canteen.
At the season's end, it will be the club's biggest improver during the season who will receive the club's highest honour, the Dean Blair Memorial Trophy.
Last Sunday, the Mid South Coast Zone grand prix series reached a conclusion at the Shoalhaven Carnival, held in hot conditions at Nowra.
The Kiama athletes in attendance performed well at the carnival and when the final grand prix series results were tallied, three under-7 athletes - Matthew Page, Darcy Arnold and Audrey Terry - had podium finishes as a result of their performances across four carnivals this season.
Congratulations to the St Georges Basin centre which was the most successful centre overall for the first time in that club's history.
For latest results and information, visit lakiama.com.