Monthly Archives: November 2019

Speed is king – and queen

Ron Bendall squad sprinters were close to their personal bests despite running on grass in Saturday’s Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field on Saturday. Monique Perry set the trend winning the women’s 40+ years 60m in fast time just outside … Continue reading

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They’re simply the best

Four Ron Bendall squad athletes ran personal best times in far from ideal conditions in Treloar Shield competition at SOPAC on Saturday. Jasmin Guthrie lopped five seconds off her pb when finishing third in her heat of the open women’s … Continue reading

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Ken has a field day

Ken Elias dominated field events in the men’s 30+ years age group at Northern Zone competition at Rotary field on Friday night. Elias won the long jump, shot put and javelin. His training partner David Turner won the shot put … Continue reading

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Speed marries speed

Past and present members of the Ron Bendall squad celebrated the wedding of Monique Perry and Ashley McMahon at Manly on Friday. Ashley is the longest serving member of the squad, having joined in 2003. Both Ashley and Monique are … Continue reading

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Dave’s back, front and centre

Dave Turner returned to the track from injury in fine style in Northern Zone competition on Saturday. Dave won the men’s 40+ years 60m in fine style. Training partner Seb Arko won the under 16 years boys sprint double winning … Continue reading

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Maya in form for Australian All Schools

Maya Piras enjoyed a good hit-out for next month’s Australian All Schools Championships with a convincing win in the u/18 years girls 100m hurdles at Bankstown on Saturday. The Dubbo schoolgirl, who does her hurdles training with the Ron Bendall … Continue reading

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100 not out

When Charlotte Collins, won a gold medal at the Australian All Schools Cross Country Championships at Dapto in August, it was the 100th gold medal won by a Ron Bendall coached athlete at a national championship. Charlotte, a member of … Continue reading

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