top of page

AVSL 2022/23 Round 3 Wrap

Round 3 Date: Sat 22nd Oct 2022


After a wet and gloomy start to the morning, the weather held off for competition at Knox and Doncaster. By the end of the day it was beautiful blue skies - go Melbourne weather! Our performances are improving as our club numbers grow - we are looking forward to Round 4 at Duncan McKinnon on the 12th November 2022.

Welcome to newcomers

Welcome to new members who made their debut in track & field for Glenhuntly AC:

  • Antonina Tyurina

  • Evette Cordy

  • Archie Mattsson

  • William O'Shannessy

  • George Fowler

  • Matthew Milias

  • Jasper McKinna

Our standing on the Premier Division Ladder

Our AVSL Round 3 provisional finish was 4th, scoring better than Round 2 and pipped by a team exercising its PowerPlay. AV has not updated the Ladders since round 1 as Geelong were not able to compete due to track flooding and Bendigo were not able to compete in round 3.

Most Valuable Athletes

Congratulations to the following athletes who scored the most points for our club on the day and earned a place on Athletics Victoria’s top 100 Most Valuable Athletes. This listing identifies athletes who have scored the most points for their club each round, taking into account all athletes competing across all venues in Victoria for Round 2.

  • 3rd Matthew Milias 1,453 M14

  • 6th Jazmin Firth 1,430 F16

  • 28th Andrew Crawley 1,347 M55

  • 42nd Charlie Steen 1,275 M18

Club Helpers

Each club must supply a minimum number of club helpers at each round of AVSL. Glenhuntly AC relies on parents, partners, friends and our competing athletes to fill the B Zone Club Duty Roster each week. Our AVSL competitions couldn’t happen without the fabulous efforts of our club helpers. A big thank you to the following people who were our club helpers at the Knox venue for Round 3:

  • Victoria Haritos , Larissa Honner, Fiona Noble, Ilan Freedman, Kurt Golonka

  • Apologies for missing Stuart Mackie and Alex Newman from AVSL R2 Pole Vault duty and cleanup.

Apologies if anyone was missed, please update the Club Duty spreadsheet.


In her first outing with the club, Evette Cordy broke Margaret Dunbar's 39 year old record in the F40-45 200m run.

For the third round in a row, Gwen Steed set another record in the F80-84 women’s walk, this time the 2000m.

Club Records:

Records broken:

  • Evette Cordy broke the F40-45 200m record, set in 1983, with a time of 29.18s.

  • Club Captain Anna Ross re-broke the record she set in round 1, with a 6cm improvement in her High Jump in the F35-39 category. The record now stands at 1.39cm.

  • In her first season with the club, Allegra Orso re-broke the FU15 Triple Jump record she broke in round 1 with a leap of 11.33cm, improving by 10cm.

Records set:

  • Gwen Steed set a new club record in the F80-84 category in the 2000m walk with a time of 14:17.8h.

Open Women

  • Great to see several open Women compete over the weekend at Knox and Doncaster. We were the second highest scoring Open Women's team for the day.

  • Jennifer King was the open womens highest scoring athlete for the round with763 points from 2 events.

  • Amy Mckinley hit out another strong 800m running 2.19.32 to have the highest score for open women in a single event of 442.

  • Awesome to see a 4x400m relay pulled together with Avestina Zhong ran a strong 400m leg in the Open women’s 4x400m relay.

  • Congratulations Anna Ross on her new high jump club record!

Avestina Zhong - Leg 1 of the 4x400m

Open Men

  • Sebastian Zaqmmit was the most valuable athlete for the GHY open men scoring 995 points for the round.

  • Jesse Mckenna hit out a blistering season opener in the 100m, running 10.77 just outside his previous legal personal best run - ready for a solid season.

Junior Girls

  • 18 Junior Girls competed for Glenhuntly on Saturday covering both Doncaster and Knox venues. A relatively quiet weekend from our girls as many prepare for All Schools this week

  • Well done to Allegra Orso for her performances in both Long and Triple Jumps

  • Glenhuntly Club wishes all 18 Junior Girls competing this weekend the very best in their competition. We look forward to seeing many new PB’s set from our girls

Isabel brought it home for the Open women’s team in the 4x400m relay.

Under Age Men

  • This week we had 21 team members who competed generating 12,618 points for the club. The U18 and U16 teams both contributed more than 4000 points each. In his first time representing the club Matthew Milias generated 1453 points in his three U14 events - well done Matthew.

  • Our middle distance runners were out in force with 11 team members competing in the 800, 1500 and 3km events. There were many good times and quite a few of the team are getting close to national qualifying standards.

  • There will be no AVSL for the next couple of weeks with Victorian All School Championships occurring. Many of our team will be competing in All Schools and the club wishes you all the best in your events.

Masters Women

  • Our Masters Women's team contributed an overall 5,262 points in Round 3 which placed us FIRST for the round in Masters Women across the state, again nudging out our Mentone rivals. Toni Matters and Aggy Byers were our biggest contributors at >700 points each.

  • As noted above, Gwen Steed set a new club record for the 2000 m walk - Go Gwen!!

  • There was a wonderful moment in the Women's 200 m where Daughter-Mother (Antonina Tyurina-Svitlana Korchova W40+) came in 1st and 2nd!

Masters Men

  • The Male Masters contributed 5082 points to the club total. This placed us 9th in the round 3 Males Masters across the state, with Essendon AC Male Masters amassing an impressive 10,617 points.

  • Blokes scoring over 400 points included Mickael Soussan (1500m), Alex Newman (Shot Put), Ben Hodgens (Shot Put, Hammer) & Andrew Crawley (Hammer, Discus and Shot Put).

Next Round

Round 4 will be on Saturday 12th November at our home ground Duncan Mackinnon Athletics Track. Entries are not yet open – look out for a prompt to register from Athletics Victoria. Entries will close midday 9th November 2022 – Click Here to Enter (note: this is the link to the Rev Sport portal).

Glenhuntly Results Round 3 – as posted on the Athletics Victoria Results Hub


100m: Jennifer King 12.94 (0.5); Katharine Wright 13.65 (1.1);

200m: Avestina Zhong 28.58 (0.1); Anna Ross 29.80 (-0.3); Catherine Burton DNS;

800m: Amy McKinley 2:19.32; Catherine Burton 3:11.84;

100m Hurdles: Jennifer King 15.67 (+0.0);

4x400m: (Avestina Zhong, Joelle Jones, Aggie Byers, Isabel Zhang) 4:47.57;

High Jump: Anna Ross 1.39m; Avestina Zhong DNS;

Shot Put: Anna Ross 6.81m; Avestina Zhong 3.77m;

Triple Jump: Avestina Zhong 7.38m;


200m: Emma Wadley DNS;

800m: Emma Wadley 2:21.47;

High Jump: Noa Kino 1.59m;

Javelin: Gemma Craddock DNS;


200m: Isabella Hollins 29.79 (-1.6);

400m: Tamzyn Dolgoy DNS;

1500m: Tanasha Santosh 4:39.3h;

Discus: Madeleine Edwards 19.53m;

Shot Put: Isabella Hollins 10.43m; Madeleine Edwards 9.97m;


100m: Jazmin Firth 13.36 (0.5); Alice Hollingsworth DNS;

200m: Isabel Zhang 26.88 (0.1); Antonina Tyurina 28.94 (-0.6);

400m: Jazmin Firth 60.16; Ruby Donaldson 69.47; Poppy Donaldson 71.49;

800m: Madison King 2:18.94;

1500m: Poppy Donaldson 5:18.3h;

90m Hurdles: Jazmin Firth 14.82 (+0.0); Alice Hollingsworth DNS;

Discus: Jazmin Firth 37.23m;

Long Jump: Jazmin Firth 4.07m; Allegra Orso 5.04m;

Triple Jump: Isabel Zhang 10.44m; Allegra Orso 11.33m (+0.0); Antonina Tyurina DNS;


100m: Adele Roche DNS;

200m: Laura Wong 26.54;

400m: Adele Roche DNS;

3000m: Serena Bryant 11:22.45;

200m Hurdles: Laura Wong 31.74 (-0.2);


100m: Louise McLean 15.32 (0.5);

200m: Evette Cordy 29.18 (+0.0); Aggie Byers 32.13 (-2.3); Svitlana Korchova 35.37 (-0.6); Joelle Jones 36.03 (-0.6);

800m: Joelle Jones 3:22.26;

5000m: Fiona Noble 19:57.96;

2000m Walk: Kylie Irshad 10:49.4h; Heather Carr 12:18.3h; Gwen Steed 14:17.8h;

Hammer: Toni Matters 21.78m;

High Jump: Toni Matters DNS; Victoria Haritos 1.09m; DNS;

Shot Put: Toni Matters 9.54m; Victoria Haritos 5.68m; Kylie Irshad DNS; Aggie Byers 7.07m;

Triple Jump: Aggie Byers 7.65m;


100m: Jesse McKenna 10.77 (0.4); Chris Byron 11.61 (+0.0); Sebastian Zammit 13.80 (0.3);

200m: Theo Soldati 25.82 (-0.6);

Discus: Sebastian Zammit 29.60m;

Shot Put: Sebastian Zammit 10.10m;

Triple Jump: Theo Soldati 10.22m (2.0);


3000m: William Howe 9:58.83;

High Jump: Lochlan Curry 1.89m; Nathan Bickford 1.84m;


100m: Lachlan Marriner 11.45 (+0.0); Tyler De Sa 11.75 (1.1); William Wong DNS; Charlie Steen DNS; Thisal Pasqual DNS;

200m: Henry Sutherland 30.12 (-0.1); Nathan Golonka DNS; Thisal Pasqual DNS;

800m: Kevin Zhou 2:15.63;

3000m: Xavier Wallace 9:46.19;

110m Hurdles: William Wong DNS;

Discus: Charlie Steen 42.03m;

High Jump: Nathan Golonka 1.69m; Henry Sutherland 1.64m;

Javelin: Charlie Steen 42.56m;

Long Jump: Charlie Steen 5.10m;

Triple Jump: Nathan Golonka 11.12m (+0.0);


100m: Nicholas Goodman 11.60 (+0.0); Cooper Acklom DNS;

200m: Nicholas Goodman 24.09 (-0.7); Jaikiah Honner DNS;

800m: Brady Ryan 2:04.51; Archie Mattsson 2:05.75; Will Orchard 2:16.92;

1500m: William O'Shannessy 4:53.9h; William Short 5:05.7h;

3000m: George Fowler 9:40.60;

100m Hurdles: Cooper Acklom 16.68 (-0.1);

Discus: Cooper Acklom 29.35m;

High Jump: Jaikiah Honner DNS;

Javelin: Fraser Mattinson 36.83m;

Shot Put: Jaikiah Honner DNS;


100m: Matthew Milias 12.32 (0.1);

200m: Jasper McKinna 29.03 (0.1);

800m: Shamir Freedman 2:13.41; Jasper McKinna 2:27.32;

90m Hurdles: Matthew Milias 13.38 (-0.4);

Long Jump: Matthew Milias 5.55m;


200m: Kulan Ranasinghe 25.89 (+0.0); Alexander Newman 27.11 (-1.7); Ben Hodgens 39.46 (-0.0); Kurt Golonka DNS;

400m: Mickael Soussan DNS;

800m: Charlie Sutherland 2:22.75;

1500m: Mickael Soussan 4:40.4h;

400m Hurdles: Kulan Ranasinghe 67.29;

Discus: Andrew Crawley 31.27m;

Hammer: Andrew Crawley 33.59m; Alexander Newman 22.41m; Ben Hodgens 30.59m;

Shot Put: Kurt Golonka 5.88m; Andrew Crawley 10.85m; Alexander Newman 10.12m; Ben Hodgens 10.27m;


bottom of page