The Committee

Scott Bennetts
Scott Bennetts masquerades as a normal person, but the racing community knows that he has superpowers, including the ability to lift small skyscrapers and deal with crazy red dogs…
Cate Macnamara
Cate came into the sport more than 10 years ago through her love for photography and dogs.  She met mushers while dragonboat racing (that’s a whole other story) and the Read More
Jamie Myers
Vice President
Jamie Myers has been dog sled racing since 2004 when he got involved with his first Siberian Husky. Since then Jamie has raced from 1 to 6 dog teams on Read More
Anna Myers
Jamie took Anna to her first sled dog race when they were first dating and she got hooked quickly. She spent her first race season handling Jamie’s four and six Read More
E’vette Levett
Race Co-ordinator
E’vette Levett ran her first race in 1996 with an Australian cattle dog named Zac. Since then she’s raced all sledding classes with her horde of gorgeous Alaskan Malamute’s on Read More
Debbie Boatman-Murphy
It’s nearly 20 years since we got our first beautiful Alaskan Malamute who stole ou hearts and changed our lives forever. Our dog numbers grew as the whole family became Read More
Rod Murphy
Track Marshall
Our first Alaskan Malamute arrived in our lives in September 1997 and our 2nd followed soon after. We soon got hooked on showing and started coming to Vic Mally Club’s Read More
Sophia Dalidakis
Public Relations
Sophia Dalidakis is new to the NVSDC committee in 2017 after a stint as the Victorian rep on the ASSA committee and acting as a Race Marshall in NSW. She Read More
Wayne Baker
Safety Officer
I started sledding with a Samoyed when I was ten , moved on up to siberians in 1981 (and met my future lovely wife at the same time). Had a Read More