ORGANISERS say the sky is the limit for entries in Sunday’s Cumberoona Run at Noreuil Park.
Co-ordinator Bill Pearce said there wouldn’t be a cap on participants but admitted it was hard to predict how many would enter one of the region’s most popular foot races.
“A lot will depend on the weather,” he said.
“Plenty will wake up on the day and decide.”
Entries are taken right up until 15 minutes before the eight-kilometre race, which starts at 10am.
Albury runner Michael Davy claimed the biggest win of his career when he stormed to victory in last year’s event.
Browns Plains youngster Kirsty Deacon took out the women’s race.
Further enquiries can be made at wodongaaths.org.au.