Bargains galore at Golden Square garage sale

Chris Corr shows off a few bargains this morning. MONDAY:
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The Golden Square Fire Brigade has raised just under $3000 at its annual garage sale at the weekend.

The money will be used to purchase rehabilitation equipment, a gas detector and other equipment.

SATURDAY:

THERE are bargains galore at Golden Square Fire Brigade’s monster garage sale today.

Items include furniture, kitchenware, clothing, pots, lamps, books and more.

Golden Square Fire Brigade volunteer firefighter and communications co-ordinator Chris Corr said the aim of the event was to raise money for new equipment.

He said last year’s garage sale raised $2000 to $3000.

The garage sale is on until 2.30pm at the Golden Square Fire Brigade.

There is a sausage sizzle and 10 minute massages.

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Ballarat morning report: October 25

Black Hill bush land. PIC: JORDAN OLIVER WEATHER:
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A top of 22 degrees today with a slight chance of rain this morning.

Light winds from the south, predicted to swing from the south-west this afternoon, up to 25km/h.

The temperature is currently about 10 degrees.

POLICE:

Ballarat police reported a quiet Friday night.

Elsewhere, police are are investigating an incident in which a pedestrian was killed at Ringwood on Friday night.

Officers have been told that a man in his 50s was crossing the Maroondah Highway near Oban Road about10.20pm.

The man was hit by a west bound car and died at the scene.

The driver of the car, believed to be a man in his 50s, is assisting police with their enquires.

Anyone who witnessed the crash is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make areport at www.crimestoppersvic南京夜网.au

AMBULANCE:

Paramedics reported a quiet night in Ballarat andsurrounds.

Ambulance Victoria spokesman John Mullen said there wasno serious call-outs attended.

FIRE:

Fire crews also reported a “very quiet night” with no major incidents to report.

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Three pedestrians hit in incidents overnight

THREE pedestrians were struck by vehiclesin three separate incidents over night.
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The scene where a woman pedestrian was hit by a ute in Best Street, Devonport.

Police have said the difficult weather conditions played a big part in all three crashes.

The incidentsoccurred between5.10pmand 9.30pm inDevonport and Ulverstone.

The first crash occurred when a female pedestrian was hit crossing the road at Queen Street, Ulverstone.

Fortunately the female did not suffer from any significant injuries as a result of the crash.

The second crash happened just 40 minutes laterat the intersection of Best and Rooke Street in Devonport.

The driver of a Holden flat tray travelling on Rooke Street, was turning right onto Best Street when apedestrian using thepedestrian crossing was struck.

The pedestrian suffered serious injury and was transported to the North West RegionalHospital.

Police were again called to a crash involving a pedestrian at 9.30pm.

The crash happened at theintersection of Best and Fenton Street, when the driver of a black hatchback turned left onto Best Street and hit a pedestrians crossing at the pedestrian crossing.

The pedestrian suffered someinjuriesand was taken to hospital.

Policebelievefine,misty rain and dark clouds effectedvisibility during these times

Police urge all drivers and pedestrians using the roads to be extravigilantwhen travelling indifficult conditions.

Police are seeking witnesses to both of the Devonport incidents and anonewho witnessed the incident are askedto call the Devonport Police Station on 64784011 or Crime Stoppers Tasmania on 1800 333 000.

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Canberra: Structure, Light and ShadePhotos

Canberra: Structure, Light and Shade | Photos Poppies in remembrance on the Roll of Honour at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
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One of the many memorial sculptures in the grounds of the Australain War Memorial.

A suitably dramatic sunset looking west from the memorial.

Detail of The King George V Memorial outside Old Parliament House in Canberra.

Detail of The King George V Memorial outside Old Parliament House in Canberra.

Detail of The King George V Memorial outside Old Parliament House in Canberra.

The Illuminations,2011, by Wendy Fairclough, a homage to Federation celebrations in 1901 at the Museum of Australian Democracy inside Old Parliament House in Canberra.

“The Spartan Mother” a terra cotta sculpture of great detail by the artist George Tinworth and presented to the Commonwealth Government by Henry Lewis Doulton the father of “Royal Doulton”, of Surrey, England.

Light and shade at play on the carpet of Old Parliament House which includes the Museum of Australian Democracy in Canberra.

Reading material for the curious at Old Parliament House which includes the Museum of Australian Democracy in Canberra.

The one of a kind Pod Playground at the National Aboretum on the outskirts of Canberra at Weston Creek.

The view to the west towards the National Aboretum from Telstra Tower on Black Mountain on the outskirts of Canberra in the ACT.

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Gallery: NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray

Gallery: NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.
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NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

NTCA: Launceston v Mowbray. Picture: Scott Gelston.

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Age – nor inexperience – no barrier on Cox Plate day

It is all about attitude, ability and aptitude. Horses don’t know how old they are, and if they are feeling good then it doesn’t matter much.
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Thus two-year-old filly Fontiton, making her first racecourse appearance, raced like an experienced old hand and scooted up in the opening race on Cox Plate day, the $250,000 Inglis Banner.

And nine-year-old gelding Eight Bills, who hadn’t been on the track for some 10 weeks, showed his venerable age was certainly no barrier to his prospects when he scored his 11th career victory in 48 starts in Saturday’s second event, the $60,000 City Jeep Handicap.

Fontiton ($3) made every post a winning one under Mark Zahra to score easily by six lengths in the Inglis Banner to give trainer Robert Smerdon the first leg of an early double, completed when odds-on favourite Lumosty won the group 2 Drummond Golf Fillies Classic an hour later.

The two-year-old Fontiton looked sharper and smarter than all her rivals throughout the 1000-metre race and was never troubled to see off the Queensland-trained Hot Snippety ($5.50), with Peter Moody’s Braccenby running on to take third place.

Afterwards, Smerdon said that while she looked precocious at this stage, Fontiton would be much better in the autumn and could grow into a Thousand Guineas filly this time next year.

“She is naturally quick, but we have always thought she would be better later over a bit further, and she came into training simply to have a bit of education and go back to the paddock. But everything we did with her, she just handled so well, she’s got an old horse’s attitude,” he said.

“We never planned to be here, we never thought she was a really early two-year-old as talented as she is, but when they are up and going and the money is there …

“Its a cliche, but if you look at her she has good size, length and scope on her. In six months’ time she will be a nicer horse, and in 12 months she might be a Thousand Guineas filly.”

Zahra added: “He [Smerdon] wouldn’t bring them here unless they have a good hope. She trialled really well the other day, but two-year-olds, until you bring them on race day, you never know. But that was like a trial again.

“I just got her out and running, brought her back in tempo, gave her a little shake-up, saw the big screen and shut her down.

“She’s pretty good … when they are first up they have to go on with it, but you don’t get more impressive than that.”

Eight Bills has been around the traps and, most recently, was running in Darwin, where he took out the Northern Territory’s main short-course event, the Palmerston Sprint. But that was in August, and he hadn’t been seen on a racecourse since.

However, he is a horse with a terrific first-up record (five wins from 10 starts) and he showed once again how good he was fresh.

His trainer Stephen Brown was not present on Saturday – he is in England, looking to buy a couple of contenders for next year’s cup races at the horses-in-training sales – but Eight Bills was presented ready to do himself justice, as he proved.

“He was always travelling. They weren’t going at any great speed, and I was mindful 400 [metres] out that I needed to get on me bike … it’s a bloody good effort,” winning jockey Dean Yendall said.

“You wouldn’t even know he’s a nine-year-old. Up in Darwin during that carnival he gave me a great feel … you wouldn’t even know, you would think he was a three-year-old.”

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A-League drops ball on anti-alcohol sponsorship stance

David Gallop, CEO of Football Federation Australia. The peak body has reversed its ban on alcohol sponsorship. Photo: Edwina PicklesThe A-League has dropped a ban on clubs being sponsored by alcohol brands, prompting accusations from health experts that it is more interested in money than principles.
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Football Federation Australia had banned clubs from signing sponsorship deals that conflicted with its support from the Australian National Preventive Health Agency. But when the Abbott government stripped the agency of funding in the May budget clubs were freed up to fill the gap with companies that were previously barred.

Two clubs have since signed alcohol sponsorship deals understood to be worth more than $250,000 – reigning premiers Brisbane Roar with Lion’s Hahn Super Dry and Wellington Phoenix with Danish beer company Carlsberg.

The shift comes little more than a year after the A-League was part of an anti-binge-drinking campaign with other sports that refused alcohol sponsorship, during which a “strong enough to say enough” video on screens during A-League games.

Most major sports code accept alcohol sponsorship. The AFL is sponsored by Carlton Draught and Treasury Wine Estate, the NRL by Victoria Bitter and Wild Turkey and Cricket Australia by CUB, Victoria Bitter and Carlton Mid.

The A-League policy reversal angered health groups, which have campaigned against the high levels of alcohol and junk food advertising across most Australian sports.

Australian Drug Foundation chief executive John Rogerson said sports sponsorship deals were making it increasingly difficult to shield children and young people from alcohol advertising.

“We know that alcohol companies want to advertise to young males and they do that through sport,” he said. “You can’t hold young people responsible. How can they do that when they’re bombarded with images and messages?”

Mr Rogerson said a national conversation about the infiltration of alcohol companies into sport was well overdue.

Mike Daube, Professor of Health Policy at Curtin University, said the move was a backwards step and proved that the preventive health agency had provided an alternative to sport bodies seeking sponsors.

“This sends out the message to kids to associate alcohol with sport. It’s a very poor decision by the A-League,” he said.

“Losing that funding is a real loss because it just opened the door to alcohol sponsors. They’re more interested in the money than any principles.”

The A-League declined to comment.

National research commissioned by the Salvation Army in 2013 found that almost three-quarters of Australians believed alcohol and sport were too closely related. Almost 70 per cent of the 1001 Australian surveyed said alcohol sponsorship should be phased out.

Alcohol advertising is banned on television before 8.30pm – with the exception of live sport.

The Australian Sports Commission reported in October that three-quarters of all sporting sponsorship came from alcohol, junk food or gambling. Cricket had the closest relationship with alcohol, having 10 alcohol sponsors.

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Immigration minister Scott Morrison slams latest jihadist Abdullah Elmir at mosque open day

Open day: Scott Morrison at Lakemba Mosque on Saturday. Photo: Fiona Morris Open day: Scott Morrison at Lakemba Mosque on Saturday. Photo: Fiona Morris
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Open day: Scott Morrison at Lakemba Mosque on Saturday. Photo: Fiona Morris

Open day: Scott Morrison at Lakemba Mosque on Saturday. Photo: Fiona Morris

Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has used his visit to Lakemba Mosque as part of the National Mosque Open Day to condemn the actions of the latest Australian jihadist to join terrorist group Islamic State.

Speaking from the steps of Lakemba Mosque on Saturday, the minister described the case of Abdullah Elmir, a teenager who is believed to be fighting with IS in Syria, as a “terribly sad and tragic tale”.

Elmir, a 17-year-old who ran away from his Bankstown family home in June, surfaced in a chilling Islamic State propaganda video on Monday.

Dressed in military gear, holding a rifle, standing among several dozen fellow jihadists, Elmir issued a direct threat to Prime Minister Tony Abbott:

“To the leaders, to Obama, to Tony Abbott, I say this: these weapons that we have, these soldiers, we will not stop fighting.”

Mr Morrison said Elmir had “fallen victim to a barbaric and brutal portrayal of his own religion”.

“That young man may not see out the conflict at all,” he said.

The minister said his thoughts were with Elmir’s family, and he drew a connection between community integration days such as the National Mosque Open Day and combating extremism within the Islamic community

“They must be completely devastated, as I know many in this community are, by seeing their young people taken up in this,” he said.

“Initiatives like today are about supporting this community to get the right and positive message out to their young people, and to the broader community, about what Islam is about.”

The minister said he had no concerns about the possibility that Australian Muslims making the religious pilgrimage to Mecca would continue on to Syria and Iraq.

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Rough-house Manikato Stakes leaves beaten brigade bruised

Exciting finish: Lankan Rupee (right) just holds off rivals in a classic end to the Manikato Stakes on Friday night. Photo: Vince Caligiuri/Getty ImagesMick Price has warned Lankan Rupee will only improve following his Manikato Stakes win on Friday night.
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But several of the vanquished runners were left licking their wounds. Lankan Rupee was ridden aggressively with the intent to lead from a wide gate and had to survive protests from the minor placegetters, Angelic Light and Famous Seamus, in a remarkable group 1 where the field of 12 finished within 2-1/2 lengths of each other.

Angelic Light and Famous Seamus clipped heels and almost fell in the first 200 metres, losing several lengths and their position, as pressure came from the outside via Temple Of Boom and Lankan Rupee.

The protest took more than 45 minutes to be dismissed and it delayed the last race of the night by 20 minutes. Stewards found that interference “could not fully be attributed to the shift by Lankan Rupee”.

However, they severely reprimanded winning rider Craig Newitt and Temple Of Boom’s Tegan Harrison “for failing to exercise sufficient care near the 1100 metres by allowing their mounts to shift in, causing severe interference”.

On Saturday Price was delighted with the way Lankan Rupee came though the win.

“He was there for them all to beat and he will really come on from that,” he said. “He went home and ate up. I haven’t been able to do much with him in the past couple of weeks because of the hoof and he is much better horse when he gets to Flemington.”

The early carnage had several trainers go home feeling they had hard-luck stories. Runner-up Angelic Light’s trainer Robbie Griffiths said he would monitor his mare before making a decision about the Darley Classic on the final day of the Flemington carnival on November 8.

“She has a bit of bark [skin] off her and knows she had a run,” Griffiths said. “She lost those couple of lengths in the incident and did a great job.

“It was a race where a lot of people would think they should have won, not Lankan Rupee. We’re one of them and I think we should have got the protest as well.”

Terravista, which ran fifth and was caught in the middle of the incident at the 1100m, is unlikely to return to Melbourne.

“He was fantastic because he likes his racing room and didn’t get that,” trainer Joe Pride said. “He really didn’t handle the trip [to Melbourne] that well. I don’t really want to back-up him up that quickly, and he is going to win his group-1 races.”

Buffering was left battle scarred, trainer Robert Heathcote saying he had “bark off him everywhere and a lumber problem, it was a war”.

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GWS Giants unlikely to play Victorian club on Anzac Day, but Geelong on cards for Manuka

The GWS Giants have  seemingly missed out on luring a big Victorian club to Canberra for Anzac Day, but there could be some consolation with AFL powerhouse Geelong pencilled on their draft 2015 fixture at Manuka Oval.
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Gold Coast are shaping as the Giants’ likely opponents for the historical 2015 Anzac Day game, which will be played as a twilight fixture after the Essendon-Collingwood blockbuster at the MCG.

GWS are also  likely to play their first two home games at Manuka, possibly in round two and certainly in round four, given their Sydney base will be out of action because of the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

The Giants and the ACT government had been lobbying the AFL for a big Victorian club on Anzac Day, which will commemorate the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli, with Geelong and back-to-back premiers Hawthorn  their preferred opponents.

While that bid seems to have failed, it’s likely Geelong will play its first game in the ACT since it beat North Melbourne at Manuka in 2006.

The Giants’ NAB Cup match for Canberra is likely to be released on Tuesday, with the AFL draw announced on Thursday.

GWS chief executive David Matthews said the draft draw was subject to change.

“Things can change late, so it’s tough to speculate on exactly who is going to be placed where yet, but we do know we’re aiming to get a stronger fixture next year into Canberra,” Matthews said on the ABC.

“We have requested two Victorian sides in particular, and whether it’s a side like Gold Coast coming for one of those three games, that’d be a good result with Gary Ablett jnr and given the emerging rivalry we’ve got … we had our first ever win in Canberra against Gold Coast.”

The Giants have played the Western Bulldogs at Manuka every season since joining the AFL three years ago and generally have been allocated low-drawing clubs like Melbourne, Port Adelaide and North Melbourne. But Matthews said they were making an effort to get the bigger clubs to Canberra.

“We do want to bring a mix of sides to Canberra,” he said.

“Over time we want to be performing at a level and winning games regularly enough that the entertainment is first and foremost the Giants, but we’re conscious there’s supporters of all clubs in Canberra, so the Giants play a role in trying to vary the fixture and bring different sides in.

“We know we’re very likely to be there in round two and we know we’re going to be back for sure in round four, which is the Anzac clash … that’s going to give us a great start and great momentum in the nation’s capital.”

GWS plays three home-and-away games in Canberra every season, plus one pre-season game.

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‘Bring it on’ – Newman welcomes PM federation reform talk

Campbell Newman Photo: Glenn HuntPremier Campbell Newman is picking up what Prime Minister Tony Abbott is putting down about reforming the federation.
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Mr Abbott has issued a call to the premiers to have “a rational discussion about who does what” in a precursor to the federation white-paper process.

Mr Newman has long called for reform on how the Commonwealth funds the states, especially when it comes to education and health, which are run by the states but reliant on changing funding mechanisms from the federal government.

The latest budget, which announced an $80 billion cut in health and education funding in the forward estimates, has only inflamed the debate.

Giving the Sir Henry Parkes commemorative address on Saturday, Mr Abbott argued states that received a lower share of GST from the Commonwealth, which included New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia, deserved a “fair go”, but any changes should not leave smaller states worse off.

“It’s basically about giving everyone a fair go – but it has to be fair to the states making the financial contributions as well as to those receiving them, to those who give as well as those who receive,” he said in an advance copy of the speech obtained by Fairfax Media. “It should be possible to make these arrangements more equitable between the larger states with the smaller states no worse off.”

Mr Newman said to bring it on.

“I welcome Prime Minister Abbott’s commitment to working with state governments to review the federation,” he said.

“We need to clearly define which levels of government should deliver education in schools and universities and health services in hospitals, as well as who should provide the roads, rail, ports, electricity and water supplies that are essential to our future prosperity.

“There are far too many areas where federal and state responsibilities overlap and create waste, duplication and confusion.

“We’ve reached a situation where funding for vital services – like health, education and housing – is provided only if the services are delivered as the federal government sees fit and only if states agree to complex, onerous and expensive administrative requirements.

“States must have untied access to a sustainable revenue base that is sufficient to deliver on their responsibilities.

“All Australians are the losers in this because billions of dollars are wasted on unnecessary bureaucracy.

“I also believe that getting out of each other’s way will not only mean more efficient government, but more accountable government.

“Right now there’s a window of opportunity to make real and positive change.

“The Queensland government is keen to grasp this chance and will work constructively with Canberra and the other states to develop a new partnership and secure a brighter future for all Australians.”

The Prime Minister is expected to call all premiers together before the middle of next year to discuss federation reform, but not until the Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland elections have run.

– With James Massola 

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Consumer watchdog to probe new Tatts monopoly in Victoria

An agreement between two gaming companies that would see Tatts reclaim their monopoly in Victorian public lotteries will be probed by the consumer watchdog.
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Intralot approached Tatts in a bid to dump their 10-year contract signed in 2007 to operate Keno and scratchie businesses, with the state government set to approve the deal in a bid to limit Intralot’s losses.

The Greek gaming giant has filed a Supreme Court statement of claim against the government for $63 million in compensation. The government are now embroiled in four legal stoushes with gaming companies worth almost $1.3 billion, with several of the companies maintaining government contracts to provide services despite court action.

Gaming Minister Ed O’Donohue has approved the contract cancellation, as Intralot’s damages claim would increase while it remained valid.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will have to approve the deal, which would restore the monopoly Tatts held for 54 years before Intralot were awarded the 2007 contract.

Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews described a News Corp story linking him to the Intralot contract, which was signed with the Brumby Government, as “absolute rubbish”. Mr Andrews was gaming minister for nine months until August 2007, but Tony Robinson had the portfolio when the contract was signed that October.

Details of the Intralot compensation claim were first reported in September, but were not linked to Mr Andrews until Saturday.

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Bendigo Bank Fun Run: Week 9 training program

Congratulations – you have made it to the final week.
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Thehard work is done and you can now relax and prepare for thefun run this weekend.

In regards to your training this weekwe will ease off and complete some comfortable runs to keepthe legs turning over.

More importantly, you need to focus onyour race day preparation. The best advice I can give at thisstage is “Do not change anything!”

Don’t eat different foodson race day, don’t wear new clothes and don’t be late!

Planhow you will get to the start line, taking note of road closuresand remember that there is a different start location this year.

But most of all, enjoy yourself, acknowledge your achievementsand have fun! And give me a wave as you rush by…

5km training program – Week 9

MONDAY

Rest

TUESDAY

Run 3km comfortably

WEDNESDAY

Strength training 3 by 10 each exercise

THURSDAY

Easy 3km jog

FRIDAY

Rest

SATURDAY

Rest

SUNDAY

Bendigo Bank Fun Run 5km

10km training program – Week 9

MONDAY

Rest

TUESDAY

5km easy run

WEDNESDAY

Strength training session 3 by 10 each exercise

THURSDAY

5km easy run

FRIDAY

Rest

SATURDAY

Rest

SUNDAY

Bendigo Bank Fun Run 10km

15km training program – Week 9

MONDAY

Rest

TUESDAY

8km easy

WEDNESDAY

Strength training session 3 by 10 each exercise

THURSDAY

5km easy run

FRIDAY

Rest

SATURDAY

Rest

SUNDAY

Bendigo Bank Fun Run 15km

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