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Army March 28, 2013
By Cpl Nick Wiseman
DOUBLE black diamond cross-
country mountain biking tracks
were not enough to stop Maj
Cath Kelaher from taking out the
masters level 2013 Australian
Mountain biking National
Championships at Mt Stromlo in
Canberra on February 23.
Combining elements of the
World Cup Course such as
"Cardiac Arrest" and the feared
"Hammerhead", the course was a
challenge to even the most expe-
Maj Kelaher, of Joint Health
Command, said it was great to
win on an incredibly challenging
"A number of groups started
together so it felt great to take it
out," she said.
"It was a very technical track."
Not content at taking out one
category, Maj Kelaher also won
the downhill event despite woeful
conditions with heavy rain.
The cross country track
consisted of multiple laps of a
challenging 5km course, taking
the competitors close to the Mt
Maj Kelaher said she had been
mountain biking since moving to
Canberra 10 years ago.
"I ride almost every day," she
"Most days I head out to Mt
Stromlo for an hour or two."
Her training and experience
came into play shortly after she
started the race with a near-miss
crash in the first lap, which
almost sent her over the handle
Other competitors were not so
lucky with the Hammerhead ruin-
ing many of their dreams to take
out the competition.
Maj Kelaher said it was a
great track to ride and she looked
forward to future competitions.
"I'll obviously have to defend
my title next year. Wherever that
is," she said.
Heads up: Army player Pte
Andrew Bennett leaps to
contest a header against Air
Force's LAC Valdi Chain at the
ADF National Futsal Carnival at
Photo by AB Nicholas Gonzalez
Doctor riding high at Aussie championships
THE ARMY men's futsal team has
broken the three-championship win-
ning streak of Navy to claim its first
ADF futsal title.
At Sydney University on March 14
more than 50 players from all three
services contested the annual ADF
National Futsal Carnival.
Army's victory was a very close
call, only winning by having a superior
goal differential to Navy's.
The two teams drew 4-all in the
deciding game, which featured out-
standing performances by both teams'
Army had earlier defeated Air Force
and a Defence public service side.
Team captain Capt Matt Moseley
said the victory was sweet because this
was the first time Army had beaten
Navy in an ADF futsal tournament.
"It's a fantastic outcome for us,"
"All the players deserve credit for
their tremendous commitment."
Capt Moseley said the best players
were Cpl Ryan Hall and goalkeeper
Cpl Terry Vincent, who was named as
the most valuable player.
"Our goal-keeper made a lot of
fantastic saves in all our matches and
no doubt played a major role in our
success," he said.
Capt Moseley said Army's triumph
spoke volumes of the grit and deter-
mination of the players, who only had
one training session before playing the
tournament with only seven players
and not the 10 as deemed necessary to
maintain fresh reserves.
In the women's matches, an under-
strength Army side was defeated 5-1
by Navy in the opening game.
Army's second match was also
against Navy with a full-strength side
pushing the opposition to its limit.
This saw the result reversed for a
5-4 win, but Navy won the title with a
superior goal difference.
Futsal is a relatively new ADF
sport that features similar rules to out-
door soccer but involves only five-a-
side playing two 20-minute halves.
The term "futsal" is an abbrevi-
ation of the Portuguese "futebol de
salão" or the Spanish "futbol sala",
both of which literally translate to
Army wipes Navy's futsal dominance
Victory: Maj Cath Kelaher celebrates on the dais.
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