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    Written by Administrator   
    Sunday, 22 October 2017 07:31

    State Relays 2017

    State Relays this year will be held at Sydney Olympic Park at Homebush on 4th and 5th November. Our club participate every year in this significant competition which is expected to attract more than 700 teams. Please note that club will pay entry fee for every team and all you have to do is show up in your club uniform with your reggo bib and compete well.

    All information about this competition (including timetable) can be found here.


    The final teams are shown below. If your have any questions please email Alija Kajan ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

     

     

    4x400m Open, Sat 9:45am
    Scratched

    4x1500m Open, Sat 5:45pm
    Eddie Vining (1812)
    Sam Byrne (1774)
    Stefan Music (1776)
    Fraser Garland-Barns (1765)

    4x800m U14 Boys, Sun 10:40am
    Jack Davies (40505)
    Bailey Habler (1799)
    Kurt Kress (1761)
    Lachlan Stanfield (40696)

    Jackson Stanfield (40697)
    Max Russell (1790)
    Sam Davis U12 (40511)
    Brody Elbourne (1791)

    4x1500m U14 Boys, Sat 5:10pm
    Brody Elbourne (1791)
    Kurt Kress (1761)
    Lachlan Stanfield (40696)
    Bailey Habler (1799)

    Sam Davis U12 (40511)
    Alexander Burke (1789)
    Max Russell (1790
    )
    Jackson Stanfield (40697)

    4x800m U18 Boys, Sun 12:30pm
    Flynn Gordon (1784)
    Drew Fryer (1763)
    Charles McGrath (1787)
    Alex Talbot (40683)

    4x1500m U18 Boys, Sat 5:10pm
    Rhys Shariff (1796)
    Flynn Gordon (1784)
    Drew Fryer (1763)
    Charles McGrath (1787)

    4x1500m Men 200+, Sun 3:15pm
    Patrick O'Reilly (1770)
    James Dawes (1800)
    Manu Sivaraj (1797)
    Alija Kajan (1807)

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    4x1500m U16 Girls, Sat 4:40pm
    Zara Trantalis (1817)
    Eleanor Miller (1767)
    Milly Boughton (40435)
    Bronte Burke (1788)








     

     





















     

     

     

     

     

     


     
















     
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