Kane Can!

28 runners toed the starting line for the first race of the Bendigo Athletic Club’s cross-country season at the East Bendigo Rifle Range on Sunday.  When the dust had settled a short time later 3rd year runner Kane Ellis had claimed his first win with the Club at his 23rd start.

Consistent Kane, who has finished no further back than 6th place in his last 9 races, won by an impressive 37 seconds from 2nd placed Paul Bennett.  Peter Le Busque stormed home over the last kilometre of the 5K course to miss catching Bennett by a mere 1 second.

How Do I Enter the Flack Advisory Grand Prix Series?

There are two methods:  1. You are welcome to participate in the Club's first race of the season which will be held at the Rifle Range just off Pratt's Park Rd. in East Bendigo on Sunday April 10.  The run starts at 10:30 A.M. so we would suggest that you turn up at least 15 - 20 minutes before that to give you time to warm up.

While there if you indicate your interest in the Grand Prix Series to one of our friendly officials they will look after everything for you from there.

Parker Pockets Flack and Rebel!

Adam Parker won the double at the Bendigo Athletic Club Presentation Night at the Bendigo Pottery on Saturday September 5th.

 

By winning the season ending Flack Advisory Dick Kitt Final Adam amassed enough points to also claim the Rebel Sport Aggregate Award for 2015.  Parker pockets $1,000 in vouchers from Rebel and $500 in cash from Flack Advisory for his wins.

 

Isabella Claims the Prize

Isabella Ellis was the star of the Bendigo Athletic Club’s end of season Kid’s Presentation Day.  Having had a remarkably consistent year including wins in Races 7 and 12 Isabella amassed 149 points and received the Children’s Aggregate Award Sash and Trophy.

 

Connor Findlay finished close behind Isabella in the Aggregate and took second place, with Emma Gilligan ending the season in third.

 

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