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    Saturday, 14 May 2016 06:15

    State XC Relays 2016


    State relays are to be held at Miranda Park on Saturday 28th May. Traditionally our club participate at this competition which is important for Winter Premiership points. Every year we try to put the best possible teams in every age group.

    Last year our Open Men team (Courtney, Jeff Hunt, Ben Moreau and Jeremy) won this prestigious race ahead of Sydney University.



    Cross Country Relays is fun event that caters for all age groups with teams comprising of 4 runners competing over distances of 4 x 2km, 4 x 3km and 4 x 4km.

    All information, including timetable and course, can be found here.

    The club pays entry fees for every team, runners just have to show up in their club uniform (and their reggo bibs) and run fast.

    The final teams are shown below. If you have any questions about teams or this competition please contact Alija Kajan, tel 0403 956477, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

    Open Men, 4 x 4k, 3:00pm Open Women, 4 x 4k, 1:35pm

    1. Gerard McPherson (2925)
    2. Harry Summers (3025)
    3. Courtney Carter (2942)
    4. Matthew Hudson (2955)

    1. Lloyd Kempson (2926)
    2. Michael Hazan (2931)
    3. Roberto Spina (2921)
    4. Neil Lynch (2993)

    1. Lexy Gilmour (3022)
    2. Lauren McKillop (2933)
    3. Audrey Amiya-Hall (46)
    4. Anna Fitzgerald (2951)

    1. Louise Arnott (2937)
    2. Nicola Harris (2923)
    3. Cecily Buttler (2918)
    4. Heidi Hunt (2960)

    . ... .
    Men 35+, 4 x 4k, 3:00pm U20 Women, 4 x 3k, 12:40pm
    1. Manu Sivaraj (2976)
    2. Warren Williams (2939)
    3. Patrick O'Reilly (2968)
    4. Martin Considine (2969)

    Individual run or reserve:
    Paul Feain (2995), 65+

    1. Emily Hopper (3006)
    2. Georgia Evans (2973)
    3. Lily Harding-Delooze (2978)
    4. Ruby Swadling (2920)



    . .
    U20 Men, 4 x 3k, 12:40pm U18 Women, 4 x 3k, 12:40pm

    1. Kurt Fryer, (3010)
    2. Patrick Xia (2952)
    3. Daniel Hazan, (2932)
    4. Ryan Beetson (2967)

    Individual Run U16:
    Brooklyn Norton (2924)

    1. Ellen Kriedemann (2957)
    2. Hannah Parker (2985)
    3. Kate Arnol (3011)
    4. Stacey Daunt (2919)

    U14 Women, 4 x 2k, 12:00pm
    1. Jade Cameron (3005)
    2. Lily Finati (2928)
    3. Sophie Ferenczi (2927)
    4. Paris Tier (2938)

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