A new chapter will be written into St Monica's Primary School's sporting history at the School Sport Victoria Athletics Championships on Thursday.
Jack Abbruzzese, Lachlan Crawford, Jaxon Rigoni and Seth Graham are believed to be the school's first ever relay team to contest the state titles.
The quartet enter the event at Melbourne's Lakeside Stadium as the second fastest qualifier in the 9-10 boys 4x100m relay after winning at divisional and regional levels.
Abbruzzese will also contest the triple jump and long jump in the 9-10 boys after winning his individual events at the qualifying levels earlier in the year.
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Tori English is looking to continue her championship success, competing in the multi-class long jump, shot put and 100m in her final primary school track and field event.
Meanwhile, a group of 48 little athletes from across the region recently had the opportunity to work with 10-time national champion and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Alywn Jones at Albury's Les O'Brien Athletics Precinct.
"The centre has recognised a need in the region for more coaching and skills opportunities for athletes," Albury Little Athletics Centre President Brett Schofield said.
"We have worked hard over the past two years as a centre to bring high calibre coaches to the area."
From all reports, Jones was impressed by the young guns that took part and hopes to see them put their new skills into practice at their next Albury Little Athletics competition on Saturday.