Last Sunday's run was out at Berrilee Road with three distances to choose from.
In the four-kilometre run it was young rising star Hadden Bennett who was first home is a great time of 17:14.
Alistair 'Kiwi' Merrifield (19.23) just pipped Lachie Ross and Jack Daintith who tied for third.
Amber Rich was the first lady home in 17:41.
Good to see Kerrie Lindsay back on the track in second place ahead of Simone Fogarty. Welcome to the club Audrey Brown who was next home in 28:56.
Karen Neal (43:42) was first home in the ladies 8.1km just ahead of Kelly Gleeson (43.59) with Kate Thornton third in a time of 48.29.
Michael Kennard (39.49), held of the spirited challenge of Hugh Daintith and John 'JC' Connolly pushed out the distance this week into third position.
In the 12.3km event it was Iain McLean (55.55) who prevailed and tamed the undulating track.
Anthony Daintith was close behind in second (59.01) ahead of Nick Carney (1.01.35).
Alicia Ross was a clear winner in the ladies (1.06.09), ahead of Alison Spurway, who was coming off the back of two consecutive half marathons over the last weekend, and Alicia Anlezark.
Congratulations to Brian Sharp who was the handicap winner, clocking 1.28.13 in the 12.3km.
There was a fantastic turnout of 93 runners at Elephant Park on Wednesday afternoon.
Congratulations to Oliver McLean 50 runs and Peter Hyde and Sam Leatham who were presented their 25-run achievement medals. Awesome work by the eight members who achieved personal bests this week.
Welcome to our newest members Faris Elnamli, Tina Moshkanbaryans who ran their first runs with the club.
Well done to Hadden Bennett who was the handicap winner today. Full results are up on the website.
Very pleasing to see so many of the junior members doing so well this week - great preparation leading in to the Cross Country season coming up.
Placegetters this week:
Female: Kinisha Roweth 11.47, Liz Simpson 11.58, Leanne Corcoran 12.02
Male: Sam Gross 10:53, Anthony Daintith 11.04, Hadden Bennett 11.10
Fourth Crossing Trail run on Sunday morning starting at 7am (6km and 13km), with Endeavour Oval run starting at 9am (2.8km loop one to four laps).
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