Kelly Ball

My Activity Tracking


My target 150 kms

This November, I’m taking part in Stroke Foundation’s Stride4Stroke to help prevent, treat and beat stroke!

In Australia, one stroke occurs every 9 minutes.

It is one of Australia's biggest killers, killing more women than breast cancer and more men than prostate cancer.

Stroke attacks the brain, the human control centre, changing lives in an instant. The impact of stroke can be devastating for the individual and the family. However, the impact of stroke can be prevented, with research indicating that around 80 percent of strokes are preventable.

I have picked my Stride4Stroke activity goal and I’m ready to go!

Please support my Stride4Stroke challenge with a donation today. 

Your donation will help the Stroke Foundation support those affected right now and fund research to help prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery. Thank you.

My Achievements


Shared my page

Added profile pic

Created a team

Donated to myself

Fundraising goal reached

My Updates

Final run

Woohoo! 150km done ?

I am so proud to let you know that I’ve completed #Stride4Stroke! 
What an amazing month of running, I couldn't have done it without the amazing support of Lee who kept me going when I wanted to sleep in and even after I tackled the concrete. ?

Today I completed my final 10km and it made it even more special as I know that Dad, Greg was with me the whole way making sure that I achieved another goal I'd set. 

During #stride4stroke I raised $1,001.57, a big thank you to all the amazing people who have donated and supported me, I couldn’t have done it without you.

Half way down

Half way down

Half way through #Stride4Stroke this November and 77 km of 150km completed ?.

I have a new appreciation for those athletes who train for long distance events!
I wouldn't have made it this far without Lee keeping me inspired when my motivation is failing ? and reminding me why I've embarked on such a challenge in the first place. 

Thank you to everyone who has supported me, every donation is helping the @StrokeFoundation support those affected by stroke right now and fund research to prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery.

If you haven’t donated and would like to chip in please visit my fundraising page

First day down

Stride4Stroke is here! 
First day down and 6km completed! 
I am striding for Greg Ball in #Stride4Stroke this November @strokefoundation and I'm aiming to run 150km over the month of November.
A big shout out to everyone who has already donated I have met my goal of $600, thanks so much.
Let's hope for the nice weather to continue so I don't get wet!

My Dad

Dad had always been one of the greatest supporters for any of my adventures.
Its time to do him proud again by helping others and their families who have been affected by strokes.
Help me raise funds and do Dad proud 

Thank you to my Sponsors


Ian And Sharon Ball

Awesome thing you are doing Kelly for a fantastic cause. xxx


Wendy Quinn

Kelly you are an inspiration and your Dad would be so proud of you! Love Aunty Wendy


Andrew Quinn

Great work cousin. Proud of you for supporting this good cause.


Des Rountree

Linda and I love what you are doing Kelly.💕Enjoy the training.Des.xx


Cheryl Stamford

With you all the way Kelly. Your Dad would be so proud & humbled 💜


Jacqui Wilson


Annette Callanan

Well done you!!!!


Lee Mills



Avril Chapman

Go Kelly


Julie Quinn

Your dad would be incredibly proud.


Rachael Eagleton

Thinking of you Kelly ❤


Richard Padgett


Samantha Taffs

Love you xxx


Trevor & Gayle Dempsey

Go you good thing!!


Sandi Smith

Go get em tiger! Always an inspiration to us all. You are going to go places! Can’t wait to see you achieve your goals.


Leanne Ball

💕💕 Missing you always uncle Greg


Carol Gatt

You are such an amazing person Kelly your father would,!!and was always very proud of you all xx


Vicki Noone

Go you good thing. A really good cause.


Anita Day

Reach for the stars xo






Well done and good luck. Greg would be very proud .






Kerry Abdul



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Clint Johns