The Club uniform is a white singlet or crop top (for girls) and navy blue shorts or bike pants (for girls).
If you wish to purchase a uniform, you can use this form to pre-order and pay.
A full range of uniform sizes may be collected at Registration Collection Days and uniforms may also be available for purchase at the Clubhouse at Balmoral Oval during training sessions on dates to be advised.
Uniforms are not compulsory unless your child is representing the Club at a Championship or Interclub event outside of the Club’s Balmoral training and competition, however, most children like to wear one.
Please attach the Registration Number and Age Patch as displayed in the photo. All borders must be visible.
Girls Crop Top and Shorts – $30 per piece
Boys Shorts- $30
Unisex Singlets – $30
Unisex Hoodies – $40.00
Caps – $15.00
Please note: Due to COVID Safety guidelines uniforms cannot be tried on this year and cannot be returned once purchased. At Registration Days, uniform helpers will be wearing masks and gloves and will be able to hold up uniforms against children to help ascertain the correct fit. To speed up this process, please use the measurements below to estimate the sizes that you require.
Our uniforms are made in Sydney, Australia.
Length measured from centre of shoulder
Chest measured at armhole
Girls Bike Shorts in lycra with elastic waist
Boys shorts have drawstring waist
Singlets are a smaller fit. We recommend going up 1-2 sizes.
Girls bike shorts are a larger fit. We recommend going down 1 size.
Mosman athletes representing the Club at any championship or interclub event must compete in full Mosman Little Athletics uniform with the following patches (as displayed in the photo above).
Any athlete without full uniform and these patches will not be allowed to compete and the team will be disqualified. It is therefore imperative each athlete complies. Patches must not be cut or folded in any way to make smaller.
Athletes may wear compression pants underneath their Mosman uniform shorts provided there is no visible logo.
Requests for Coles patches, and any registration number issues should be raised with the registrar training or via email on email@example.com
Spikes may be worn for 100m sprints, hurdles, and long jump training only. Trainers/running shoes should be worn at all other times.
Spikes may be worn for 100m, 200m, 400m (only when run entirely in lanes), hurdles, long jump and high jump.
Athletes must not wear their spikes to every event. Athletes should wear appropriate training footwear (runners) as these will be needed for warm ups, longer running events and throwing events. Spikes must be carried separately (in a spike bag) and only put on when the age manager or coach instructs them to do so just before the event.
Spikes for Championships:
Competitors up to and including U10 age group ARE NOT PERMITTED to wear spike shoes in any events
Competitors in the U11‐U17 age groups may wear spike shoes in events run entirely in lanes, long jump, triple jump, high jump and javelin.
Spike Rules for Training & Competition at Narrabeen Track:
The Narrabeen track has been resurfaced and ONLY “CHRISTMAS TREE’ spikes (also called compression tiered spikes) are allowed to be used in spike shoes on the track.
Needle, pyramid or cone spikes are NOT permitted.
Maximum spike lengths:
Running activity maximum of 7mm
Throw and Jump activity maximum of 9mm
7mm Christmas Tree spikes are available for purchase with uniforms at MLA Registration Days or at the canteen
$10 for a pack of 12 spikes