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Subcommittees

Sub CommitteeCommittee MembersAV Team
AV Exec, Governance, Risk and SuccessionAllison Robison, Rob Wendel, Clare Burton, Grant MackenzieGlenn Turnor
Caitlin Honey
Ross Cunningham
CommunityClare Burton, Kim Mulhall, Ian Rickard, Lorraine Morgan (Chair VOC)Caitlin Honey
FinanceGrant Mackenzie, Jamie Strudley, Michael CarneyGlenn Turnor
Ross Cunningham
Caitlin Honey
MarCommsKelly Ryan, Dan Wilkins, Michael CarneyGlenn Turnor
OneAthleticsAllison Robison, Rob Wendel, Michael CarneyGlenn Turnor
StrategyRob Wendel, Clare Burton, Jamie StrudleyGlenn Turnor
Caitlin Honey
Ross Cunningham
Sub Committee Leads are in BOLD

AVSL Committee

The AVSL Committee consists of representatives from each Zone within the current AV Summer Competition. As part of the Terms of Reference, each zone will be able to nominate an additional stand-in representative to attend in one’s absence.

Each Zone rep is elected from each Zone Committee which consists of member clubs. The AVSL Committee will make recommendations about the AVSL rules and format to ensure a fair and fun competition that encourages many to participate in the relevant pathways that are offered within the whole of our sport.

AVSL Committee Members

NameZoneRole
Craig Wallace (Manager Sport Delivery)Athletics VictoriaChair
Pam Noden (Glenhuntly)Blue ZoneRepresentative
Lyn Owen (Frankston)Blue ZoneRepresentative
Greg Payne (South Melbourne)Yellow ZoneRepresentative
Stuart Macaulay (Western Athletics)Yellow ZoneRepresentative
vacantRed ZoneRepresentative
Jodie Rudston-Brown (Meadowglen)Red ZoneRepresentative
Peter Westwood (St Stephens)White ZoneRepresentative
Scott Bowden (Athletics Nunawading)White ZoneRepresentative
Richard Lawysz (Independent)Geelong RegionRepresentative
Peter Barrett (South Bendigo)Bendigo RegionRepresentative
Neville Down (Wendouree)Ballarat RegionRepresentative
David Armstrong (Diamond Valley)Red ZoneScoring Consultant

AVSL Zone Committee

The Zone Committees for Metro and Regional areas are made up of representatives from clubs associated/affiliated within that region/zone/area.

Each zone has two (2) representatives who sit on the AVSL Committee (See table above). The role of the zone representatives is to feedback items of discussion, tabled by club members at zone meetings through to the AV Shield Committee for consideration.

Each Zone representative is elected by each Zone Committee, which consists of member clubs. The Shield Committee will make recommendations about the AVSL rules and format to ensure a fair and fun competition that encourages many to participate in the relevant pathways that are offered within the whole of our sport.