Good Luck Bridey
Posted Thursday 25 Jun 2009 by Michael Gentle

Bridey Delaney
flies out for the start of her European Tour tomorrow, with the highlight being the World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia.

Being a member of a star studded team, our own "Superstar" will be competing in the 1500m on 10th and 12th July as well as races in Italy, Belgium, Slovenia and Germany. Best wishes for a safe and successful trip, from everyone at the Club.

NSW Cross Country Championship
Posted Saturday 20 Jun 2009 by Michael Gentle

Thank you to the St George athletes and their families who travelled to Nowra for the Cross Country Championships today. Congratulations to
Lyn Delaney
who won the bronze medal in her event.

Winter Allcomers Meet
Posted Saturday 13 Jun 2009 by Michael Gentle

St George was represented in the Mixed 400m race at Campbelltown today by
Paul Windridge
(55.33, 1st - Section 2) and
Tim Hogan
(57.48, 3rd - Section 2).

NSW Relay Cross Country Championship
Posted Saturday 30 May 2009 by Michael Gentle

It was great to see the red & whites represented with such pride today. Undeterred by the extremely muddy conditions the Open Men's team dominated their race to win comfortably. The Men's Under 12 team finished second in their event, as did the Men's 65+ team. Congratulations to all medallists.

Open Men's Relay Championship Gold Medallist Team
Open Men's Relay Championship Gold Medallist Team

Rockdale City Community Fun Run / Walk
Posted Sunday 24 May 2009 by Michael Gentle

This was a well organised event with our construction, entry and recording teams all superbly co-ordinated. The revised course was good. All results were finalised very quickly so that the presentation of trophies and prizes were performed with minimum delay, and we had all prize winners in attendance to accept prizes. Rockdale Councillors all enjoyed the event. The trophies were in blue and gold - the colours of Rockdale City Council. Athletes Foot Hurstville donated many gift vouchers as prizes.

Hats off to the two stroke victims who walked the 1km circuit with real tenacity and courage - the lady at the tail end said she had trained for the day and was going to finish "rain, hail or shine".

Thank you to everyone who helped out or raced, and made the event so successful. The Knights of St George Heart Association are very thankful for our help.

Albie Thomas,
President, St George Athletic Club

SMH Half Marathon
Posted Sunday 17 May 2009 by Michael Gentle

Congratulations to the athletes who represented our club in the Red & White club uniform - they really stood out in the very large field. Thank you also to all the club members who acted as volunteers on the course from about 6:30am to 10:00am.