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By Jamie Strudley

Some outstanding performances by Yarra Ranges Athletics athletes highlighted another week of athletics in the Yarra Valley.
The little athletics athletes were all smiles and eagerness on Saturday morning.
Great to see personal bests from many of the athletes as well.
The senior athletes competed at Vic Milers Club meet on Thursday night with outstanding results despite the heat.
Saturday had club athletes competing at Casey Fields and Aberfeldie in the final round of AV Shield competition.
The club is excited about the prospect of having three teams qualified for the Shield final in February, especially with the surprise qualification by our Under 18s Men’s team.
The next round of Little Athletics will be on Thursday night from 6pm.
The seniors get a week off next weekend.
Don’t forget to enter EMR Region Championships or Athletics Victoria Vic Open or Vic Junior Championships.
See you all on Thursday night.
For results, news, photos and more, visit yarrarangesathletics.org.au or check out the Facebook page.

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