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Elephant Park (New)

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014

Title: Elephant Park (New)
Description: 2.6k, 5.2k & 7.8k
Time: 9:00
Date: 27-4-2014

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Wednesday's Results

Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Posted by on Apr 24, 2014

Results are now available. Click on Read More to view.

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Sunday's Results

Sunday 20th April 2014

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014

Results are now available. Click on Read More to view.

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Latest PBs

Latest PB’s

Posted by on Apr 24, 2014

Leanne Corcoran scorched around the track to record a personal best time of...

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Recent Posts

Taylor tops the tally

Taylor tops the tally

With a few of our club’s runners venturing to the National Capital for the Australian Running Festival weekend, the local run at Gosling Creek was still well attended with around 60 starters. Before kicking off the run, the leader of the most club runs tally, Gary Taylor was awarded for...

Festival Volunteers Needed

Festival Volunteers Needed

You may all be aware the OCCRF Committee stood down at the AGM with all positions now vacant. We need about 6-8 people to head up the operation for 2015. We have had two people come forward indicating their willingness to undertake a position on the Committee and we thank...

Mudgee Running Festival 2014

Mudgee Running Festival 2014

Entries are now open for the 2014 Mudgee Running Festival to be held on the 24th of August 2014. The Mudgee Running Festival is well known for its relaxed friendly atmosphere which is perfect for the first timer who is looking for a no-pressure race, yet is still a course that...

ORC Committee 2014/15

ORC Committee 2014/15

At the Annual General Meeting held at the Anson Street School on Thursday 10th April 2014, Club members voted to elect a new Committee for the 2014/15 running season. Jane Fairgrieve will replace Frank Ostini as Club President, whilst Graham Fahy will step in to the Vice President's role.

Roweth marks 300 runs on the board

Roweth marks 300 runs on the board

With a return to an almost standard Runners club Sunday, the run was also marked with the end of daylight savings. Before the start Daryl Roweth was awarded a certificate recognising his 300 club runs. Although beaten off the start line by his brother Noah, it was Logan Whiteley who...