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Broulee Runners 17th June 2020

We are at week 13 of our Run Isolated Broulee. The Government is relaxing restrictions on sporting activities and will release further guidelines. Once these are known, the working team of the Runners will get together and come up with a plan of how best to start coming together. It may be staggered starts. However, we will notify everyone once a strategy is decided. All suggestions from our card-carrying members will be appreciated.

Mollie Kennedy (pictured) is the star of this week having reached the 30-run mile stone. She is an up and coming young athlete. She won her school cross country and she came 3rd in the 13-year-old age group in the Canberra Virtual Cross-Country Championship in which 500 students from 44 schools entered.

Above: Mollie Kennedy.

Here are the results posted in week 13 of the series: 2 Kilometres Mollie Kennedy 8.14 Caroline Booth 15.03 Roz Hayward 18.40 Ross Hayward 18.40 Richard Fisher 18.53 Victoria Fleming 21.12 3.5 Kilometres Robyn Kennedy 28.29 David McCann 29.45 5 Kilometres Josh Connaughton 19.50 Matt Lambert 20.23 Loren Chambers 22.42 Bede Webster 22.42 Dave Connaughton 24.50 Paige Connaughton 25.22 Ross Wilson 25.51 Deb Connaughton 27.29 John Hicks 30.07 Simon wall 31.41 Tania Dorney 32.32 Jill Brown 34.37 Nev Madden 34.37 Tracy Denning 36.57 Lisa Robbins 36.57 Mike Kennedy 39.22

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