SRC E-NEWS March 29

We had 50 runners on the night with many PBs achieved. What made the night even more enjoyable was the atmosphere created by everyone watching and encouraging, it was great to see everyone working hard on the track and being happy with the results and enjoying being a part of the night.

This will be the last track session until October/November 2019. A massive congratulation to Coach Chris (assisted by Norah) for all their hard work in organising these events. It was great to see these events streamed live on Facebook with the knowledge of people watching live while Chris commentated.

Nathan hits out another PB for the 3000 mtrs last Tuesday. A sub 9:00 minute for 3 km = 3 mins per km or 20 km/hr or 40 km in 2 hours. That’s assuming the pace is maintained.

Nadine Edwards receives National Emergency award – Congratulations

Feeling honoured after receiving a National Emergency Medal today for my contribution to the 2009 Victorian Bushfires aka Black Saturday Bushfires. This is a good time to reflect on one of Victoria’s darkest times and remember those who lost their lives, family, friends, homes and still suffer deeply today…I for one will never forget xxx

Murray Running Festival

Good luck to all Shepparton Runners Club members who will take part in this years Murray Running Festival the Sunday.

Details about entries can be found here. website

Mothers Day Classic – Shepparton

Huge thanks to the team at Goulburn Murray Landcare Network for their ongoing support and generosity for our Shepparton MDC event. They will again be there on the day giving away Australian native trees and shrubs. What a wonderful way to honour your mother, daughter, grandmother or a friend this Mother’s Day by planting a tree or shrubs in your garden.

There’s not long to go now before we close early bird pricing for 2019.

Whether you are registering with friends, family, work colleagues or with your local community group, It’s not too late to sign up!

Register now at

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