Our Centre Uniform pictured here consists of our Centre Singlet or Crop Top and either royal blue or black shorts/bike pants.

Uniforms can be purchased from the Uniform Officer at the Recorders Shed between 4-30pm and 5-30pm on Friday nights or Visit our Online Store Here

Uniform Prices
Competition Crop Top/Singlet – $45.00

Shorts/Bikepants – $5.00 (until sold out)

Supporters Shirts – $45.00

All Little Athletes are required to wear their Registration Number  and Age Patch on the front of their uniform, and they are to be clearly visible during competition (both numbers need to be pinned or sewn, they are not to be ironed)

The red border around the registration number must also be clearly visible.

The age patch is to be worn on the left-hand side of the uniform (either on the Crop Top/Singlet or Pants),

Coles Sponsorship patch is to be worn on the Top right-hand side of the Crop Top or Singlet.

All Numbers and patches must be clearly visible at all competitions (including Friday Nights) (see image below of placement

All athletes must compete in their registered centre uniform on a Friday Night Competition at Gala Days and Carnivals and at all LANSW/ANSW Events.

No part of the clothing shall extend beyond the top of the knee for any walk event.

Competition singlets/t-shirts must not cover any compulsory numbers (e.g., centre number) or patches (e.g., age patch). An athlete will be asked to tuck in the singlet/t-shirt if it covers a compulsory number or patch and an athlete may be fouled or disqualified if they fail to comply with this request.

Athletes may wear a plain “T” shirt under their competition uniform. (The colouring of such a “T” shirt must be of a neutral colour so that it does not clash with the uniform design or colour. A white “T” shirt would be preferred).

Athletics NSW competitors must display both numbers on the front and back of their uniform.

Replacement numbers will incur a fee, which is determined by the LANSW or ANSW


Appropriate footwear is compulsory for all athletes in all events.
No athlete may wear football boots or cleats in any event.
Athletes in the U6 – U10 age group may not wear spike shoes.
Athletes in the U11 – U12 age group may wear spike shoes in events run entirely in
lanes only. Spike shoes may also be worn for long jump, triple jump, high jump, and
Athletes in the U13 – U17 age groups may wear spike shoes in all track events
(includes laned or un-laned events) except walks. Spike shoes may also be worn for
long jump, triple jump, high jump, and javelin.
All spike shoes must be worn with all holes filled with a complete set of spikes, with
no more than two blanks/slugs installed.
Spike shoes cannot be worn outside the defined “Field of Play” unless all spikes are
suitably covered.

Spike length (subject to any further constraint from individual ground policies):

  1. Synthetic ‐ Track 7mm Maximum High/Long/Triple/Javelin 9mm Maximum
  2. Grass ‐ Track/Long/Triple/High/Javelin 12mm Maximum

We promote sun safe awareness and as such allow athletes to wear hats during competition. Please note that during high jump this is considered a part of the uniform and if it happens to knock the bar off it will be considered a foul.