Track & Field starts again

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Track and field is starting Wednesday 14th October on the track at the ACM clubrooms, Blair street.

The children’s events will start at 5.45 pm. Seniors and masters should be there at 6.45 pm for a warm-up before a 7.00 pm start. Events and grades will be arranged according to numbers. So come along – don’t worry if you think you aren’t good enough, or fit enough – there will be something for you.

Askew Trophy Winners

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The inter-club season has come to a close. That means we can reveal how those who attended the inter-club events have fared in the Askew Trophy stakes. Points are awarded to runners who compete in the inter-club events throughout the season. Generally, 1st home gets 10 points, 2nd gets 9, 3rd gets 8 and so on.

A reflection of our “ageing” club, there were a large number of contenders in the Masters Men but Graeme Butcher won comfortably ahead of Malcolm MacDonald (2nd) and Ray Haste (3rd). Micheal Macklin was 1st in the open men and Frankie Spite took the Women’s title ahead of Teresa Reynolds (2nd) and Annie Jerling (3rd).

Well done everyone. It was great to see so many travelling away to represent the club this year.

All points are detailed here: 2015 Askew Trophies


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Members join in offering their condolences to ACM secretary Rebecca Treacy and her daughter Jessica on the loss of their loved husband and father, James Graham. Our sincere sympathies at this sad time.

Club finalists in Sports Awards

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Athletics and Cycling Masterton has three finalists in the 2015 Wairarapa Sports Awards.

Junior sports personality of the year – Tama Bartlett was first in discus and shot put in his age division at the Wellington track and field champs and was selected in the Wellington regional team.

Administrator of the year – Carol MacDonald is race timer, Cross Country convenor, newsletter editor, compiler of the Harriers history, past ACM Secretary and Harriers Chairperson.

Volunteer of the year – Brent Sowry is race manager, handicapper, commissionaire and committee member of the cycling section of ACM.

They need your support as winners are decided by public vote. Voting forms are published in the Wairarapa Times-Age.

Make sure you vote before May 15


Young runners to watch

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Our youngest runners are certainly setting the standard this season. We have three midget-aged runners who have stepped up to higher grades and making their presence felt. Jacob Day won Junior Grade in the first race of the season. In the second race Mackenzie Murray finished 1st and Farlon Barber 2nd to lead in the intermediate runners. Watch these enthusiastic young runners, they may well be our future champs.