Dooen Engineering

Comeback Teen Raines Supreme

Schoolboy athlete Raine Mackley surfaced from a three year sabbatical to stun three time club champion Nathaniel Warren in the Dooen Engineeering Handicap last Saturday, the opening event of the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club’s cross country season. The 15-year-old Mackley led all the way and defied Warren’s efforts to run him down in the five …

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Irrepressible Boan Blasts Her Way to Another Win

The irrepressible Meggy Boan – a rare three time winner in her first season with our club last year – began her 2012 campaign with a stunning win in the five kilometre Dooen Engineering Handicap. When the waif-like Chinese expatriate made her cross country debut with the club in a 5km event last year she …

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Jetsetter Flies to Unexpected Win

In a remarkable warm-up for the opening event of the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club season, club president Gary Howden trained in China, Vietnam, Thailand and finally in Horsham before winning the five kilometer Dooen Engineering Handicap, held in the Ironbarks Forest last Saturday. Seeming refreshed and invigorated after his extended business and pleasure trip to …

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Marg Gives the Field a Hyding

Good early season training paid dividends for Stawell Amateur Athletic Club runner Marg Hyde when she took out the first race of the 2006 cross country season, the Dooen Engineering Handicap. Held last Saturday in perfect running conditions through the bush reserve north of Stawell, twenty-six senior runners lined up for the challenging 5000 metre …

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