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1 Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Tue Oct 11, 2011 2:58 pm



16th October 2011

'be active' Port Adelaide Athletic Club
120m Open

Jordan Caldow 3.75m
Dale Woodhams 5.00m
Wallace Long-Scafidi 5.50m
Brett Richards 6.75 m
Alex Saliu 6.75 m
Jadd Badibanga 7.00 m
Corey Baker 7.00 m
James Cibich 7.00 m
Nicholas Giles 7.00 m
Kane Russell 7.00 m
Sean Yates-Bock 7.00 m
Adrian Harris 7.25 m
Daniel Marks 7.75 m
Jarrad Dartnall 8.00 m
Sam Osmond 8.00 m
Bray Rafanelli 8.00 m
Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 8.00 m
Tim Johnson 8.25 m
Bradley Letton 8.50 m
Daniel Sheehy 8.50 m
Nickolas Berry 8.75 m
Trent O'Loughlin 8.75 m
Jake Stangewitz 8.75 m
Hayden Cook 9.00 m
Lachlan Sheffield 9.00 m
Riordan Welsh 9.00 m
Benjamin Wever 9.00 m
Troy Welfare 9.25 m
David Gross 10.00 m
Ben Hardy 11.00 m
Paul Taylor 11.75 m
Tyson Hancock 12.50 m
Ali Saliu 12.75 m
Shaun Ryder 13.50 m
Brad Schutz 13.50 m
Anthony Fedele 16.00 m
Shane Grimwade 16.25 m
Kyla Brown 18.00 m
Taylah Scapens 18.00 m

Port Adelaide Athletic Club
120m Women

Leanne Hodge 1.75 m
Tamara Dartnall 4.00 m
Andrea Di Paolo 6.75 m
Rommi Driscoll 7.50 m
Natasha Inglis 7.50 m
Billie Ninham-Smith 7.50 m
Katherine Robb 7.50 m
Chantel Seaforth 7.50 m
Lauren Edwards 9.00 m
Lisa Berrington 9.50 m
Margaret Cusenza 10.00 m
Georgia Hext 10.00 m
Tayce Fry 10.50 m
Kyla Brown 11.00 m
Sarah Donovan 11.00 m
Ali Trewartha 11.75 m
Lauren McHugh 12.00 m
Lauren Buchanan 12.50 m
Robyn Pohlner 13.00 m
Anthea Kotyla 13.25 m
Lesley Tompson 14.50 m
Megan Letton 15.00 m

Checkside Tavern
120m Over 35

Tim Johnson 0.00 m
Amin Chehade 6.50 m
Ali Saliu 8.00 m
peter burdett 8.50 m
David Wilczek 8.50 m
Brendan Golden 11.75 m
Greg Franks 12.00 m
Robert Samarcq 13.00 m
Michael Cassidy 13.25 m
Alex Jefferies 14.50 m
John Turner 15.50 m
Ross Hill-Brown 19.50 m
Mark Barnett 21.00 m
Jackie Chehade 23.00 m
Robyn Pohlner 23.00 m
Gary Ferber 24.50 m
Sue Turner 25.00 m
Kathryn Blute 28.00 m
Craig Trewartha 29.00 m

120m Under 14
Lewis Abdul 7.50 m
Cassidy Dorian 7.50 m
Kyle Roberts 7.50 m
Jordan Cassidy 10.00 m
Jenni Partington 12.00 m
Saxon Turner 12.00 m
Minnie Turner 12.00 m

Flinders Ports
300m Novice

Brad Schutz 0.00 m
Jordan Caldow 13.00 m
Dale Woodhams 15.00 m
Brett Richards 16.00 m
Kane Russell 16.00 m
James Cibich 18.00 m
Eugene DeVizio 18.00 m
Nicholas Giles 18.00 m
Sam Osmond 18.00 m
Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 18.00 m
Rhys Williams 18.00 m
Andrew Wright 18.00 m
Sean Yates-Bock 18.00 m
Nickolas Berry 22.00 m
Troy Welfare 23.00 m
Jakson Messent 25.00 m
David Gross 26.00 m
Andrew Mathews 26.00 m
Christopher Simpson 29.00 m
Paul Taylor 29.00 m
Luke Buchanan 33.00 m
Anthony Fedele 35.00 m
Cameron White 35.00 m
Michael Cassidy 36.00 m
Robert Samarcq 36.00 m
Alex Jefferies 40.00 m
Brendan Golden 47.00 m
Natasha Inglis 50.00 m
Sean Roberts 55.00 m
Kyla Brown 60.00 m
Sarah Donovan 60.00 m
Anthea Kotyla 60.00 m

Mort Daly Running Foundation
300m Under 17

Jadd Badibanga 20.00 m
Kyle Roberts 20.00 m
Jesse Cordoma 24.00 m
Connor McIvor 28.00 m
Lachlan Sheffield 30.00 m
Benjamin Wever 30.00 m
Bailey Turner 32.00 m
Jacobi Ponury 35.00 m
Ryan Atkins 40.00 m
Billie Ninham-Smith 40.00 m
Chantel Seaforth 40.00 m
Corey Watkins 40.00 m
Lewis Abdul 45.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 47.00 m
Margaret Cusenza 50.00 m
Katie Devlin 50.00 m
Demi Axford 56.00 m
Ellie Meich 58.00 m
Tayce Fry 60.00 m
Saraid Kustermann 60.00 m
Georgia Hext 62.00 m
Taylah Scapens 63.00 m
Patricia Dimitrak 70.00 m

Sunday Mail City Bay
550m Open

Hayden Cook 22.00 m
Leif Christensen 26.00 m
Eugene DeVizio 26.00 m
Rhys Williams 26.00 m
Jordan Harvey 30.00 m
Ryan Hage 38.00 m
Michael Nitschke 38.00 m
Stephen Jelfs 40.00 m
Christopher Ross 40.00 m
Jarrad Dartnall 44.00 m
Amin Chehade 45.00 m
Ben Crawford 45.00 m
Matthew Cousins 48.00 m
Bradley Letton 48.00 m
Jake Stangewitz 48.00 m
Karim Ghaoui 54.00 m
Matthew Fallon 58.00 m
Brad Jones 68.00 m
Luke Stewart 86.00 m
Nando Princi 88.00 m
Mick Abbott 90.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 94.00 m

Sunday Mail City Bay
550m Women

Demi Axford 25.00 m
Bridgid Connolly 28.00 m
Leanne Hodge 30.00 m
Rommi Driscoll 34.00 m
Roula Ghaoui 34.00 m
Saraid Kustermann 34.00 m
Isabella Partington 34.00 m
Myriah Smith 34.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 38.00 m
Katherine Robb 52.00 m
Melissa Lloyd 56.00 m
Eleni Glouftsis 60.00 m
Sarah Newstead (nee Hakendorf) 70.00 m
Megan Letton 72.00 m
Ali Trewartha 72.00 m
paige white 72.00 m
Lauren McHugh 86.00 m
Courtney Ryder 102.00 m
Melanie Stewart 110.00 m
Debbie Roberts 116.00 m
Cheryl Zeuner 130.00 m

Mort Daly Running Foundation
550m Under 20

Taylor Cole 30.00 m
Matthew Konetschka 30.00 m
Connor McIvor 36.00 m
Aiden Miller 40.00 m
Nick Beins 41.00 m
Riordan Welsh 44.00 m
Benjamin Wever 44.00 m
Steven Evanson 49.00 m
Jakson Messent 50.00 m
Corey Watkins 52.00 m
Ben Sieben 54.00 m
Isabella Partington 70.00 m

'be active' Port Adelaide Athletic Club
1600m Open

Jacob Cocks 90.00 m
Leif Christensen 100.00 m
Taylor Cole 100.00 m
Michael Nitschke 100.00 m
Jordan Harvey 115.00 m
Ben Crawford 145.00 m
Tim Earle 145.00 m
Steven Evanson 150.00 m
Ashley Brown 170.00 m
Christopher Ross 175.00 m
Dillon Tee 185.00 m
Melissa Lloyd 310.00 m

City of Port Adelaide Enfield Council
1600m Over 35

Steven Wilson 60.00 m
Geoff Troiano 70.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 100.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 130.00 m
Bobby Edwards 130.00 m
Ron axford 140.00 m
Eugene DeVizio 140.00 m
Andrew Wright 140.00 m
Mick Abbott 155.00 m
Mark Worthing 180.00 m
Nando Princi 185.00 m
Ray Earle 200.00 m
Bob Pearce 240.00 m
Cheryl Zeuner 380.00 m
Debbie Roberts 400.00 m

2 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Tue Oct 11, 2011 3:50 pm


Very surprising to see no penalty to Caldow for winning the 5k first prize in the gift winners gift at Stawell earlier this year. Will be in it up to his eye balls if he has been training.

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4 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Wed Oct 12, 2011 12:43 pm


For no other reason than transparency and keeping people informed, at the moment the SAAL is looking for a middle distance handicapper. Until then, Leon Burckhardt is doing the handicaps for sprints & middle distance.

Certainly not an ideal situation but it is the only option available until a person who is not competing or attached to a squad comes forward and wants to do the middle distance events.

"Let's Go While We're Young"

5 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Thu Oct 13, 2011 1:00 pm

The Morphy Mongrel

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Any tips yet???

I don't reckon Caldow can go back to back.
My tip is a frontmarker like Shane Grimwade or Shaun Ryder.

For the women DiPaolo.

Novice 300 should be a cracker. Tough just to final. Can't see the backmarkers catching the fronties in this. Cassidy or White.

6 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:11 am

Nothing at all

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Tips for the Gift in no particular order
Gross (minor placing if he runs)

If Gross doesn't run throw in either Harris or Ryder

7 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:29 pm




1.00pm 5 heats 120m Open

1:20pm 3 heats 120m Women

1:32pm 4 heats120m Over 35

1:46pm Final and Presentation -1600m Open

1:56pm Final and Presentation - 1600m Over 35

2:08pm 2 semi finals 120m Open Gift

2:16pm Final and Presentation – 120m Under 14

2:26pm Final and Presentation - 120m Women

2:36pm Final and Presentation - 120m Over 35

2:46pm Final and Presentation – 120m Open Gift

2:56pm Official Break (18 minutes – coaches meeting)

3:14pm 4 heats 300m Novice

3:30pm 3 heats 300m Under 17

3:42pm 2 heats 550m Open

3:50pm 2 heats 550m Women

3:58pm Final and Presentation – 550m Under 20

4:08pm Official Break (10 minutes)

4:18pm Final and Presentation - 300m Under 17

4:28pm Final and Presentation – 300m Novice

4:38pm Final and Presentation – 550m Women

4:48pm Final and Presentation – 550m Open

"Let's Go While We're Young"

8 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Fri Oct 14, 2011 4:14 pm


Jadd Badibanga 7.00 m
Nicholas Giles 7.00 m
Sean Yates-Bock 7.00 m

New athletes in gift?? Any with you youngy?

9 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Fri Oct 14, 2011 4:36 pm

Vic Mile

Any tips for the dizzzy events?Only 12 in 1600 so can't be too hard to pick a winner.

10 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Fri Oct 14, 2011 8:16 pm


Been doing the rounds looking for the latest tip for Sun.
Been more people offering tips for those that wont win.
Tayce Frys name keeps bobbing up as the one to catch in the under 17 300m
Bob Pearce will prove hard to run down in the over 35 1600m
Keep an eye on the boundary umpires who are ready to go early.

11 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Fri Oct 14, 2011 11:59 pm

Come on!

Why dont they have 3 semis out of 6 heats? At least it'll give 6 more runners a chance to have another race.

12 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Sat Oct 15, 2011 9:14 am


I think that if they were worried about running another race ,the athletes would have opened their wallets and nominated for the 300m novice or 550 open.
The athletes that have any ambitions this season are the ones entered in both the gift and/or 300 & 550.
If they only get one run Sunday its their own fault

13 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Sat Oct 15, 2011 9:41 am


Good points by whispers.

It is a bit of an each way bet.

Do you dilute the quality by making it easier to qualify for one of three semis OR do you compel the athletes to perform a little better by having only two semis?

39 heat runners down to 18 semi finalists or 39 down to 12?

From a handicapping perspective I'd like as many athletes making the semis as you can so as to give more athletes a chance to have multiple starts over the distance. The more competition between regular rivals, the better the handicapper can make an assessment of what athletes need to get a closer contest.

btw, I'm not a big fan of 8 in a heat where there's less than 50 entries. ; I'd rather 6 max. You can observe 6 athletes (or less) in a 12 to 13s race than you can 8.

One of the main reasons I video-tape Gift heats now is because I often miss something in an 8 person heat and I can review the heat later.

"Let's Go While We're Young"

14 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:22 am

Come on!

Many of us will be looking to do well over the sprint distances this season. The 550 is NOT ideal for many sprintes, and yes the 300 would be a good option except alot of us are NOT novices either!
At the moment the process is: 6 heats first 2 through, 2 semis first 3 through. Thats half of each semi final... If it were 6 heats first 3 through to make 3 semis, and thus first 2 to the final, You've allowed 6 extra people to get in another race, and you've made the semis a bit tighter in qualifying for the final.

Why not have you're big qualifyings in the heats instead of the semi finals? and also, if you have 7 or 8 runners in a heat with the first 3 progressing, thats still not half the field as it would be in the semis.

Theres not much difference you might say, but at least 6 guys wouldnt have driven all the way out to pt adelaide to have a single run.

15 Re: Port Adelaide HANDICAPS & SCHEDULE on Sat Oct 15, 2011 3:24 pm


I see what you are on about COME ON!My only answer would be that the league may be making sure the heats dont fall away to being WALKOVERS by starting with full heats to begin with.Fist meet of the season and one would expect that there will be quite a few scratchings.Im sure theres a logical answer there somewhere.
As for the 550 not being ideal for sprinters, I guess it depends what stage of your program you are at and what your intentions are for the season.By time you take into account the athletes handicap they are only running just over a lap not the full 550m which Im sure most sprinters would have done some time during training.

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