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By Jamie Strudley

YARRA VALLEY ATHLETICS
THE weather gods finally turned favourable for Yarra Ranges Athletics athletes last weekend and the athletes made the most of it with some superb performances.
The first twilight round of the year gave our athletes an opportunity to race under lights making the evening more exciting for all.
The club would like to thank the age group leaders and other helpers for again stepping up and making the evening well run and enjoyable for the athletes.
The senior team competed at AV Shield round at Nunawading.
A great turnout of athletes ensured we had some excellent results across all grades.
A special welcome to new members competing for Yarra Ranges Athletics for the first time; well done to Graham Coutts, Anika Homann, Georgia Homann and Maddison Phauh.
Good luck to all athletes competing at the Victorian All Schools Championships next weekend.
The rest will be back at Morrison Reserve at 8.30am next Saturday morning for round 5 of Little Athletics season.
Relay teams will be finalised shortly for EMR relays; we look forward to seeing lots of smiling faces representing Yarra Ranges Athletics.
Don’t forget to book your table at our karaoke trivia night on 12 November.
Get your friends and neighbours together for a fun social night out and support the club’s major fundraising event of the year.
For information on how to join or trial, photos, results and updated news, visit the all new and improved website at yarrarangesathletics.org.au or check out the Facebook page.
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