Monthly Archives: July 2018

Steph stamps her authority on track and field

Steph Potter re-wrote the International Grammar School’s athletics record book at E S Marks Field on Monday. Competing in her school carnival she set records in winning the 100m, 200m, 400m and long jump. She also won the discus and … Continue reading

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Susie smokes ’em

Susie Douglas blitzed the field in the 17 years girls 200m at the Independent Girls’ Schools’ sports Association’s twilight meeting on Friday night at SOPAC. She also finished second in the 100m. Her squad mate Abby Lander finished second in … Continue reading

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McMahon, Perry conquer the Gong

Ashley McMahon and Monique Perry were outstanding the sprints at Saturday’s winter competition at Wollongong. McMahon won the men’s 60m and 150m while Perry won the women’s 150m and was second in the 60m. Their squadmate Alice Bohdan was third … Continue reading

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Nicolette nicks off in Newcastle

Nicolette Donofrio showed good pre-seson form in Friday night’s Newcastle winter competition. She won the under 18 years 100m hurdles and was second in the open women’s 60m.

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Silver for Maya

Representing Little Athletics Australia, Maya Piras has won silver at an international meeting in Canada. Maya, from Dubbo, does her hurdles training by correspondence with the Ron Bendall squad. She was runner-up to Australian All Schools champion Grace Adams.

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