ABERDEEN Little Athletics launched a nine-prong assault on the recent Hunter Zone Championships at the Metford Recreational Ground.
And, the talented youngsters returned home from the East Maitland-hosted event boasting some terrific results.
“Congratulations to all athletes for their great efforts and being wonderful ambassadors for our centre,” club spokesperson Denise Bell said.
“For athletes to qualify for the State Championships, they must work their way up from zone in the under-9 to under-17 age groups.
“A first, second or third enables the athlete to progress to the Region 2 Championships at the Mingara athletics facility in February, 2018.
“For under-8s, Region 2 is the highest level they can achieve, while zone is the furthest for under-7s, through Little Athletics.”
Under-7 competitors Darius Geerin and Conan Waugh flew the Aberdeen flag at zone.
Geerin collected a bronze medal for his third place in the 200m with a time of 43.78.
Waugh came away with a medal of each colour, being gold in 200m (39.72), silver in 500m pack start and bronze in the 100m final.
Results of other Aberdeen athletes:
U8 - Thomas Roughan, 100m 3rd, 400m 1st, 60mH 2nd, long jump 4th
U8 - Caiden Waugh, 100m 2nd, 200m 2nd, 60mH 4th, long jump 2nd
U9 - Ava Roughan, 100m 8th, 400m 5th, shot put 3rd
U9 - Bronx Geerin, high jump =1st 1.05m
U11 - Malaki Poa, 1500m 6th, high jump 4th 1.10m, long jump 3rd, triple jump 6th 7.33m
U14 - Bella-Rose Partridge, 800m 5th 4-29.00, 1500m 3rd 9-03.58, shot put 2nd 5.35m (PB), discus 3rd 12.20m, javelin 4th 11.85m (PB), long jump 8th
U17 - Kate Lloyd 100m 5th 15.9, 400m 3rd 1-17.3, 1500m 1st 6-04.4, 3000m 1st 13-01.2