Monthly Archives: January 2019

Queen of the Country

Maya Piras is the NSW Country under 18 years 100m hurdles champion after a spectacular performance at Newcastle on Saturday. Competing in the Country Championships, Maya, who does her hurdles training via correspondence with the Ron Bendall squad,  missed the … Continue reading

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Another day, another national record for McMahon

Ashley McMahon has equaled his own men’s 40+ years 60 record, just 10 days after setting the original mark. Competing in the Night of Sprints at Campbelltown, McMahon blasted out of the blocks to cover the distance in just 7.14 … Continue reading

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Paul’s back and he’s glad he is

Paul Stinson made a strong return to athletics in Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field, Chatswood, on Saturday. Paul took out the men’s 40+ years 100m, running the fastest time of the day. In the hammer throw, Maria Cimino once … Continue reading

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Nicolette carves up opposition

Nicolette Donofrio was a convincing winner of the u/18 girls 100m hurdles at Saturday’s Treloar Shield competition at SOPAC on Saturday. Running into a strong headwind, she left a previous NSW champion in her wake as she made short work … Continue reading

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Caerl fastest on the day

Caerl Murray rung in the New Year in fine style, defying his age to run the fastest 60m of the day at the first Northern Zone competition for 2019. Competing in the 40+ years age group, Caerl was a clear … Continue reading

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Maya’s off to nationals

Maya Piras has qualified for the national championships in Sydney in March with a sizzling run in the 100m hurdles at the Dubbo New Year Carnival. Maya, who does her hurdles training with the Ron Bendall squad via correspondence, ran … Continue reading

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Big Mac smashes Australian record

Ashley McMahon broke the Australian 40+ years men’s 60m record not once but twice at the NSW 60m Championships at Wollongong on Saturday. Charging down the straight like a runaway Mack truck, McMahon carved 0.05s off the previous record when … Continue reading

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Markos marks the end of the year with a flourish

Steph Markos finished 2018 in fine style with two firsts, a second and a third in the final Northern zone meeting of the year. Steph won the women’s 55+ years 100m and shot put, was second in the javelin and … Continue reading

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