The Professional Cross Country Club of Tasmania travels to Cooee this week for the running of the Dowling and McCarthy Tyres five kilometre handicap.
The interesting out-and-back course which starts at the Cooee Hall, has a short, sharp climb to the turn and traverses roads, paths and grass areas.
With four events now completed this year, several runners have been consistently close-up and will likely break through soon.
One of those is Joshua Febey, who won this event last year, proving his liking for the course and distance. He has continued to improve, as young runners can, and is now very capable of winning again off his revised mark.
Andrew Rolls was a great second last week at Don, finishing slightly in front of Febey and will be his biggest threat. He also recorded a high placing at his only other start this season.
Roselyn Hendriks was close to a win last year and showed this year she is on track for a win soon and it could well be on Sunday. She finished fourth in the front markers event at Devonport and is well suited by the five kilometre distance. Off a front mark she will prove hard to catch.
Others who would not surprise with a victory are John Badcock, Terry Watson, David Murton and Kelly Baxter.
Nominated time events will be held at 9:05