CWD : 20th October 2018

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We were a bit of a split bunch last Sunday with 57 at Endeavour and 35 in Forbes.  Well done to Tim Murphy (50 runs) and Michael Sharp (1400 runs) receiving their achievement medals. Kay Davis was declared the winner.

Male: Noah Lamrock (10.49), Flynn Thornton, Dave Craig
Female: Kietta-Raye Shaw (15.34), Emily Palmer, Tilly Thornton

Tim Murphy (20.38), Hugh Daintith, Hugh Corcoran
Linda Corben (30.24), Lauren Beels, Kinisha Roweth

Brad Simmons (34.11), Jamie Corcoran
Amber Rich (35.46), Leanne Corcoran, Karen Neal

Kim Jarvis (1.01.53)
Noel Annett (47.30), Greg Shapter, John Moss


Special mention to the following members who made it onto the podium at the Forbes Running Festival:

1st Nathan Sutherland
2nd Dave Ross
1st Nicole Williamson
2nd Alicia Ross
3rd Milla Jurd

Half Marathon

3rd Sam Collins


Milla is only still only 9 years old !!!  Milla and Jai Anlezark were presented shirts for winning their categories.


It may have been a wet afternoon, but there was still a great turnout of members at Elephant Park on Wednesday afternoon. Congratulations to Michard Kennard who was presented his 25 run medal and the dynamic duo Lucy and Milla Jurd their 50 run medals. Obviously still on a high after receiving her medal, Lucy Jurd was the winner with a time of 18:59.  Placegetters were:


1. Connor Whiteley 10.15
2. Anthony Daintith 11.05
3. Noah Lamrock 11.23

1. Milla Jurd 13.21
2. Ella Lamrock 13.32
3. Kinisha Roweth 13.56


Justine Tarleton enjoyed the muddy conditions running this week’s only PB!


Entries are now open for the Orange Running Festival (2 & 3 March 2019).  Distances include 2km Junior Dash, 5km, 10km, half marathon and marathon.


This Sundays run is at Clergate School starting at 9am (3km, 5km & 10km).



Photo of Michael Sharp receiving his 1400thrun medal from Club Vice President Greg Shapter.