Run For Ray

Howden Hops Abroad All Male Gravy Train

Horsham’s Gary Howden continued the unexpected dominance of male athletes over female in this Stawell Amateur Athletic Club season with a narrow win in the 10 kilometre Run for Ray Scott at Stawell last Saturday. The club’s keen contingent of female runners have won more than half of the 40-odd races programmed by the club …

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Ray Scott Memorial

Rain No Barrier To P.Barham in Run For Ray

Peter Barham had heard tall tales but true about the “hill of horrors” at Troopers Camp but tackled it for the first time in atrocious conditions last Saturday and scored an emotional second win this season with the Club. The torturous ten kilometre Run for Ray over treacherous rocks, boulders and exposed tree roots seemed …

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Scollary Evens Ledger for Horsham

Horsham runners squared the ledger with their Stawell counterparts when Daryl Scollary converted three straight seconds into a maiden win in the five kilometre Run For Ray in the Ironbarks Forest last Saturday. It was a clean sweep for Horsham with four of Dayl’s “neighbours” – Col Barnett (the unofficial 2011 club champion), Selina Heard-Price, …

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