Wiry Will Way too Quick

Eleven-year-old Will Moloney became the youngest winner in the fifty-three-year history of the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club, after matching motors with more seasoned rivals in the five kilometre Barham Insurance Handicap at Stawell on Saturday.

Deciding that he was fit and strong enough not to contest the...

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Blythman Blitzes Hot Field

Rob Blythman warmed up for his first tilt at the Great Ocean Road Marathon in May by dispatching one of the hottest fields the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club could boast in the season opener at Stawell last Saturday. Built like a sprinter but training for long distance, Blythman, from a favourable...
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Howden Back on Winning Track

Horsham’s Sharon Howden relied on a wealth of experience to turn back the clock last Saturday and win her first race with the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club since September 2012. Uncertain about her level of fitness in her first event of the cross country season, the former club champion (female) began...
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Brydie No Bridesmaid in all Girl Win

Horsham mother-of-three Brydie Scollary etched her name into Stawell Amateur Athletic Club history when she, Meggy Boan, and Gaynor Radovic, completed the club’s first ever all-girl trifecta in the five kilometer Barham Insurance Handicap, held near Stawell last Saturday. Clocking two minutes faster than her previous best for the distance, Brydie...
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