CWD : 16th February 2019

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Must have been the cooler weather – 90 members took on Bargwanna Road last Sunday morning. Achievement medals presented to Michael Halls (25 runs), Mel Bolton (75 runs) and David Asequinolaza (500 runs). Well done to one of our newer members Jeremy Curtin who was the handicap winner today (46:40 in the 10k – good luck Jeremy with the half marathon for the festival).

Results are up on the website.


1. Grace Hosie 15.58
2. Annabelle Hosie 16.47
3. Lucy Jurd 17.54

1. Lachlan Ross 12.32
2. Blake Gleeson 13.29
3. Jai Anlezark 14.40

1. Leanne Corcoran 22.26
2. Karen Neal 25.15
3. Alicia Ross 25.45

1. Rikky Bangert 20.13
2. Michael Kennard 22.27
3. Iain McLean 22.32

1. Clarissa Hickey 48.20
2. Alicia Anlezark 54.56
3. Kinisha Roweth 58.07

1. Tim Murphy 43.18
2. Jeremy Curtin 46.40
3. Anthony Daintith 47.04


91 members enjoyed the beautiful conditions on Wednesday afternoon at Elephant Park. Congratulations to Kim Anlezark who was presented with his 50 run achievement medal.  The handicap winner was Elliott Bangert (11:53 for the 3 laps).  Welcome to new members Mykayla, Caroline and Nadiya Hazelton, Candice Du Tremolte and Hywell Davies who ran their first club run.



1. Iain McLean 10.46
2. Nick Carney 10.59
3. Mitch Essex 11.05

1. Leanne Corcoran 12.18
2. Alicia Ross 12.24
3. Lily Craig 12.35

The Orange Running Festival is now only 2 weeks away.  Registrations are going really well (already over 1000 entrants). Please encourage your family, friends and workmates to enter as well.

Plenty of race options for the whole family – 2km, 5km, 10km, half marathon and marathon.  Register online at the festival website (


We have our next trail run tomorrow morning at 7am (briefing at 6:45am) at Kinross Forest (7km and 11.5km distances).  Our 9am run will be at Lake Canobolas (2.5km lap of the lake with a choice of 1-4 laps).


Photo: David Asequinolaza receiving his 500 run achievement medal from Club Secretary John Betts.