2014 Youth Olympics representative Ned Weatherly produced a meet record in the men under 18 hammer with a throw of 79.03 to claim a stake for selection on the Australian team for the IAAF World Youth Championships next year.
The Big V showed their teams depth by claiming three relay gold medals in the 4×100 under 14 men, women and under 16 women events.
It was business as usual for Sarah Billings who was all class to win the under 18 400m final in 55.69.
In the men 400m ranks Wezoor Lovegrove was impressive claiming gold in a time of 49.90.
On day two Liam Richardson (F35) secured gold and silver with victory on count back in the para under 16 men 200m (35.58 – 95.17%) and second place in discus throw (21.90m – 72.78%).
In the sprints Nana-Adoma Owusu-Afriyie was a standout claiming bronze in the under 16 women 100m final and anchored the under 16 women 4x100m gold medal win.
The Big V claimed first and second in the women under 18 100m hurdles with Danielle Shaw winning in a time of 14.22 ahead of Celeste Mucci who recored a time of 14.29.
Overall on day two Victoria took home 12 gold medals, 13 silver and nine bronze.
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