Track Ace Trumps Rivals

“Jack’s Track” specialist Keith Lofthouse returned to the scene of his first race success with the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club and staged a form reversal to post an easy win in the eight kilometre Tyler’s Hardware Handicap at Rupanyup last Saturday. The inaugural winner of the race in 2009, the veteran has finished second, two […]

Tough 8km a Breeze for Kokoda Trekking Ryan

Ultra-marathoner Kieran Ryan returned to the roots of his running career with the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club to outclass club-mates in the Stawell Toyota and Kia Handicap last Saturday. Fresh from a “life changing” trek along the 96 kilometres of Papua-New Guinea’s iconic Kokoda Trail, Ryan “shook out the cobwebs” for the Ironbarks race by […]

Hunter Outguns Hapless Prey

Dave Hunter’s rush to get to Melbourne for the Kangaroos clash with the Demons at Etihad last Saturday helped propel him to a fighting win in the eight kilometre Stawell Toyota Handicap, his second of the season. “It wasn’t much of a game as it turned out but the (two) girls hadn’t been down to […]

Forgotten Bubb Rubs it in at Rupanyup

Stawell Amateur Athletic Club rookie Narelle Bubb was the forgotten runner in the eight kilometre Tyler’s Hardware race at Rupanyup last Saturday and, boy, did she make the chasers pay! After six runs with the club, finishing no closer than ninth, the running mum was a rank outsider – in racing parlance a 50-1 shot […]

Hunter Swoops on Running Prey

Hunter Swoops for Easy Kill Too late getting home from work to enjoy a round of golf last Saturday enabled Stawell landscaper Dave Hunter to venture west for the eight kilometre Horsham Little Athletics Handicap and return  with the spoils of victory. The Stawell Amateur Athletic Club’s most improved runner has moved from a front mark […]