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1 Bay Marks on Tue Dec 20, 2011 6:47 pm

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70m Open
Name Handicap
Sam Jamieson 2.25 m
Bangalie Keita 2.50 m
Robbie James 3.50 m
Bryce Teo 3.50 m
Harry Egan 4.00 m
Andrew Howell 4.00 m
Dale Lyons 4.00 m
Josh Tiu 4.00 m
Dale Woodhams 4.00 m
Paul Cracroft-Wilson 4.25 m
Edward Ware 4.25 m
Andrew Steele 4.50 m
Stuart Bainbridge 4.75 m
Michael Bolton 4.75 m
Matthew Eddy 4.75 m
Brett Richards 4.75 m
Jordan Tronnolone 4.75 m
Corey Baker 5.00 m
Chris Diegan 5.00 m
Maurice Herczeg 5.00 m
Chris Innes-Wong 5.00 m
Paul Tancredi 5.00 m
Adam Moore 5.25 m
Matthew Harvey 5.50 m
Dylan Hicks 5.50 m
John Nicolosi 5.50 m
Dylan Panizza 5.50 m
Adam Parkes 5.50 m
Peter Spence 5.50 m
James Cibich 5.75 m
Adam Coote 5.75 m
Nicholas Giles 5.75 m
Adam Rabone 5.75 m
Daniel White-Alikakos 5.75 m
Brett Blanco 6.00 m
Adrian Harris 6.00 m
Samuel Jamieson 6.00 m
Bradley Letton 6.00 m
Chris Cato 6.25 m
Jarrad Dartnall 6.25 m
Clint Anderson 6.50 m
Noddy Angelakos 6.50 m
Shane Ezard 6.50 m
Kane Watkins 6.50 m
Mark Hignett 6.75 m
Darren Whittaker 6.75 m
Daniel Marks 7.00 m
Glenn Ross 7.00 m
Amin Chehade 7.25 m
Troy Welfare 7.25 m
Nickolas Berry 7.50 m
David Palmer 7.50 m
Craig Foley 7.75 m
Aaron Harrison 7.75 m
Kelly Sheldrick 7.75 m
Christopher Simpson 7.75 m
Ben Wright 7.75 m
Tyson Hancock 8.00 m
Daniel Flesfadar 8.25 m
Ben Hardy 8.25 m
Paul Taylor 8.25 m
Shaun Ryder 8.75 m
Brad Schutz 9.00 m
Anthony Fedele 9.75 m
Ross Nitschke 9.75 m
Andrew Beck 10.00 m
Mathew Boyes 10.00 m
Shane Grimwade 10.00 m
David Wilczek 10.25 m
Melissa Howard 10.50 m
Ali Saliu 10.50 m
Christopher Brown 11.00 m
Katie Moore 11.00 m
Darren Arthur 11.25 m
Brendan Golden 11.75 m
Brian Wright 11.75 m
Graeme Armstrong 12.00 m
Aldis Jaunzems 12.00 m
Richard Norris 12.00 m
Shane Buckingham 12.25 m
Michael Cassidy 12.50 m

70m Women
Name Handicap
Laura Whaler 0.50 m
Alicia Wrench-Doody 1.50 m
Katie Moore 2.75 m
Christine Wearne 2.75 m
Kendra Hubbard 3.00 m
Emma Freer 3.50 m
Melissa Howard 3.50 m
Tamara Dartnall 4.50 m
Kate Monks 5.00 m
Madeline Nicholson 5.00 m
Katherine Robb 5.25 m
Amie Mittiga 5.50 m
Lauren Edwards 5.75 m
Taylah Scapens 5.75 m
Sarah Thomas 5.75 m
Pamela Austin 6.00 m
Cloe Neophytou 6.00 m
Hayley Openshaw 6.25 m
Jessica Meich 6.50 m
Alice Platten 6.75 m
Abbey Freer 7.00 m
Sally Jamieson 7.00 m
Lauren Buchanan 7.50 m
Natasha Inglis 7.50 m
Tenneille Trigwell 7.50 m
Amanda McLean 7.75 m
Tiwana Merrett 7.75 m
Sarah Donovan 8.25 m
Myriah Smith 8.25 m
Zoe Steele 8.25 m
Ali Trewartha 8.25 m
Rommi Driscoll 8.50 m
Lisa Berrington 8.75 m
Kyla Brown 9.00 m
Nichola Coombe 9.00 m
Georgia Hext 9.00 m
Cassidy James 9.00 m
Hollie Moran 9.00 m
Megan Letton 9.25 m
Lesley Tompson 10.25 m
Sonya Pollard 10.50 m
Lisa Roberts 11.00 m
Robyn Pohlner 12.25 m
Anthea Kotyla 16.00 m
Angela Wilson 16.00 m

120m Restricted
Name Handicap
Khan Marr 3.50 m
Bangalie Keita 4.00 m
Carl Morehouse 5.00 m
Dallas Green 6.00 m
Stuart Bainbridge 7.00 m
Corey Baker 7.00 m
Jesse Cordoma 7.00 m
Maurice Herczeg 7.00 m
Thomas Skinner 7.00 m
Jackson Hoffmann 7.50 m
Dale Lyons 7.50 m
Jarrad Watkins 7.50 m
Daniel Marks 8.00 m
John Nicolosi 8.00 m
Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 8.00 m
Nicholas Giles 8.25 m
Adrian Harris 8.25 m
Matthew Harvey 8.25 m
Cameron Hext 8.75 m
Jake Stangewitz 8.75 m
Ryan James 9.00 m
Patrick Marshall 9.00 m
Trent O'Loughlin 9.00 m
Kane Watkins 9.00 m
Nickolas Berry 9.25 m
Nick Howard 9.50 m
Samuel Jamieson 9.50 m
Peter Spence 9.50 m
Troy Welfare 9.50 m
David Gross 10.00 m
Christopher Simpson 10.50 m
Noddy Angelakos 11.00 m
Ben Hardy 11.00 m
David Girolamo 11.25 m
Paul Taylor 11.75 m
Andrew Mathews 12.00 m
Luke Buchanan 12.75 m
Brian Hamilton 13.25 m
Clint Tobin 13.25 m
Shaun Ryder 13.50 m
Aldis Jaunzems 14.75 m
Anthony Fedele 15.00 m
Shane Grimwade 15.75 m
Pamela Austin 18.00 m
Tiwana Merrett 18.00 m
Kate Monks 18.00 m

120m Over 35
Name Handicap
Tim Johnson 0.00 m
Brendan Ramsey 1.50 m
Brett Blanco 2.00 m
Shane Ezard 2.00 m
Mark Hignett 2.00 m
Cameron Yorke 3.25 m
Aaron Harrison 4.00 m
David Palmer 4.00 m
Glenn Ross 4.00 m
Ross Nitschke 6.25 m
Amin Chehade 6.50 m
Ali Saliu 8.00 m
Shane Grimwade 8.50 m
David Miller 8.50 m
Andrew Wright 8.50 m
David Wilczek 9.00 m
Darren Naismith 10.00 m
Mathew Boyes 11.00 m
Shane Buckingham 11.75 m
Christopher Brown 12.00 m
Greg Franks 12.00 m
Brian Wright 12.00 m
Brendan Golden 12.25 m
Mark Donovan 13.00 m
Robert Samarcq 13.00 m
Michael Cassidy 13.25 m
Darren Arthur 13.50 m
John Turner 14.75 m
Cameron White 14.75 m
Glenn Cooper 15.00 m
Graeme Armstrong 15.50 m
Richard Norris 15.50 m
Grant Oates 15.50 m
Wayne Edwards 16.00 m
Alex Jefferies 16.00 m
Eugene DeVizio 17.00 m
Ross Hill-Brown 19.50 m
Craig Lancaster 19.50 m
Mark Barnett 21.00 m
Brett Stokes 21.00 m
Jackie Chehade 23.00 m
Gary Mahon 23.00 m
Sonya Pollard 23.00 m
Gary Ferber 24.50 m
Sue Turner 25.00 m
Darcy Cheney 26.00 m
Craig Trewartha 29.00 m
Douglas Armstrong 31.00 m
Lyn Peake 31.00 m
Kathryn Blute 32.00 m
Debbie Roberts 33.00 m

120m Under 20
Name Handicap
Dallas Green 0.00 m
Kane Russell 7.00 m
Jonathon Sinclair 7.00 m
Jack Hannah 7.50 m
Jackson Hoffmann 7.50 m
Joshua Mather 7.50 m
Harry May 7.50 m
Matthew Sinclair 7.75 m
Sam Osmond 8.00 m
Jarrad Watkins 8.25 m
Scott Hargreaves 8.50 m
Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 8.50 m
Sean Yates-Bock 8.50 m
Ryan James 9.00 m
Jess Rafanelli 9.00 m
Bradley Jolly 10.00 m
Trent O'Loughlin 10.00 m
Benjamin Wever 10.00 m
Liam Wright 10.25 m
Lachlan Sheffield 10.50 m
Bray Rafanelli 10.75 m
Callum Ritchie 10.75 m
Daniel Marks 12.00 m
Riordan Welsh 12.50 m
Cameron Hext 14.00 m
Jakson Messent 15.25 m
Sam O'Grady 15.50 m
Bradley Harvey 16.00 m
Thomas Skinner 16.00 m
Taylah Scapens 18.00 m
Jenni Partington 20.00 m
Kate Monks 21.00 m
Madeline Nicholson 22.00 m
Jessica Oates 22.00 m
Chantel Seaforth 22.00 m
Natasha Inglis 23.00 m
Sean Roberts 23.00 m
Abbey Freer 23.50 m
Kyla Brown 24.00 m
Margaret Cusenza 24.00 m
Tayce Fry 25.00 m
Jessica Meich 25.00 m
Lisa Berrington 26.00 m
Nichola Coombe 28.50 m

550m Women
Name Handicap
Pirrenee Steinert 10.00 m
Rosie Kelly 18.00 m
Holly Noack 18.00 m
Alice Platten 20.00 m
Caitlin Stanley 26.00 m
Paige Graham 32.00 m
Emma Kraft 40.00 m
Tiwana Merrett 40.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 42.00 m
Stephanie Mollica 42.00 m
Nadia De Bellis 44.00 m
Lucy Buckley 48.00 m
Demi Axford 50.00 m
Rebecca Cato 50.00 m
Monique Hollick 52.00 m
Katherine Robb 52.00 m
Saraid Kustermann 54.00 m
Ellie Meich 56.00 m
Jasmine McIvor 60.00 m
Eleni Glouftsis 64.00 m
Kellie Symons 64.00 m
Rommi Driscoll 68.00 m
Megan Letton 68.00 m
Tasmin McMahon 68.00 m
Roula Ghaoui 72.00 m
Ali Trewartha 72.00 m
Paige White 76.00 m
Yasmin Openshaw 78.00 m
Isabella Partington 80.00 m
Lisa Roberts 85.00 m
Lauren McHugh 86.00 m
Kelly Ferber 90.00 m
Tess Fraser 92.00 m
Anthea Kotyla 120.00 m
Debbie Roberts 120.00 m
Melanie Stewart 130.00 m
Cheryl Zeuner 136.00 m

550m Under 17
Name Handicap
Aiden Miller 16.00 m
Connor McIvor 26.00 m
Riley Cocks 28.00 m
Mitchell Booker 30.00 m
Lachlan Scott 34.00 m
Corey Watkins 38.00 m
Liam Mcgarity 40.00 m
Aidan Norbury 40.00 m
Jacobi Ponury 40.00 m
Gemma Plummer 45.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 50.00 m
Benjamin Wever 50.00 m
Kyle Roberts 56.00 m
Lewis Warland 60.00 m
Sarah Chigwidden 65.00 m
Jasmine McIvor 65.00 m
Jacinta Monaghan 65.00 m
Jenni Partington 65.00 m
Chantel Seaforth 65.00 m
Saraid Kustermann 72.00 m
Cooper McRae 75.00 m
Hunter Rubino 76.00 m
Patricia Dimitrak 88.00 m

800m Open
Name Handicap
Michael Ryde 22.00 m
Robert Killmier 26.00 m
Andy Axford 28.00 m
Josh Nolan 28.00 m
Bryce Watkins 28.00 m
Matt Grant 32.00 m
Matt McCauley 32.00 m
James Deane 36.00 m
Michael Marantelli 36.00 m
Harry May 40.00 m
Joshua West 40.00 m
Cameron Yorke 40.00 m
Damian Robinson 42.00 m
Kostya Khudoshin 44.00 m
Eric Sapac 44.00 m
Matthew Axford 46.00 m
Peter Hyde 46.00 m
Joshua Mather 50.00 m
Max Stevens 50.00 m
Stephen Alexander 54.00 m
Tim Earle 58.00 m
Ashley Humphrey 58.00 m
Christopher Ross 58.00 m
Peter Spence 58.00 m
Michael Nitschke 60.00 m
Clint Anderson 62.00 m
Ryan Hage 62.00 m
Jordan Harvey 62.00 m
Stephen Jelfs 63.00 m
Ashley Brown 66.00 m
Daniel Lawlor 66.00 m
David Spence 66.00 m
Craig Thorley-Mills 66.00 m
Ben Crawford 68.00 m
Phil Noden 70.00 m
David Page 70.00 m
Rhys Williams 70.00 m
Darren Naismith 76.00 m
Brendan Liddicoat 78.00 m
Steven Evanson 80.00 m
Matthew Zacher 80.00 m
Mark Hipworth 82.00 m
Dillon Tee 82.00 m
Matthew Fallon 84.00 m
James Grant 84.00 m
Mark Beveridge 88.00 m
Craig Harris 88.00 m
Rohan David 90.00 m
Linden Smith 96.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 110.00 m
Tom Hecimovic 110.00 m
Brad Jones 110.00 m
Christopher Brown 115.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 150.00 m
Luke Stewart 150.00 m
Martine Beer 155.00 m
Mick Abbott 160.00 m

1600m Over 35
Name Handicap
Shane Thiele 0.00 m
Phil Noden 30.00 m
Sean Quilty 40.00 m
Ashley Sandison 60.00 m
Steven Wilson 60.00 m
David Haigh 70.00 m
David Smith 70.00 m
Craig Harris 75.00 m
Mark Hipworth 75.00 m
Richard Everson 80.00 m
Richard McMahon 90.00 m
David Page 90.00 m
David Barber 100.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 100.00 m
Bobby Edwards 130.00 m
Rohan David 135.00 m
Ron Axford 140.00 m
Wayne James 140.00 m
Shane Rubino 150.00 m
Andrew Wright 150.00 m
Tony Parsons 155.00 m
Daniel Tregenza 170.00 m
Mark Worthing 180.00 m
Nando Princi 195.00 m
Martine Beer 210.00 m
Ray Earle 240.00 m
Bob Pearce 250.00 m
Gaetano Aiello 260.00 m
Sean Beer 285.00 m
Greg Whitecross 300.00 m

125TH BAY SHEFFIELD CARNIVAL DAY 2 2011-12-28

120m Under 14
Name Handicap
Sam Beer 0.00 m
Jackson Potter 5.25 m
Lewis Abdul 6.50 m
Hunter Rubino 10.00 m
Cassidy Dorian 12.00 m
Georgia Corcoran 13.00 m
Caitlin Francis 13.25 m
Kyle Roberts 14.00 m
Kirsty Taylor 14.00 m
Sarah Chigwidden 15.00 m
Mikaela Harmston 15.00 m
Gemma Plummer 16.00 m
Emily Young 16.00 m
Minnie Turner 17.00 m
Alex Martini 17.50 m
Saxon Turner 18.00 m
Jordan Cassidy 20.00 m
Grainne Henry 20.50 m
Christopher Fusco 22.00 m
Cooper McRae 24.00 m
Bradley Samarcq 27.00 m

120m Open Bay Sheffield
Name Handicap
Joshua Ross 0.00 m
Sam Jamieson 3.25 m
Keith Sheehy 3.25 m
Khan Marr 3.50 m
Todd Bateman 3.75 m
Jordan Caldow 3.75 m
Adrian Mott 3.75 m
Bangalie Keita 4.00 m
Clay Watkins 4.00 m
Wallace Long-Scafidi 4.25 m
Robbie James 4.50 m
Alex Bubner 5.00 m
Carl Morehouse 5.50 m
Dale Woodhams 5.50 m
Harry Egan 6.00 m
Dallas Green 6.00 m
Bryce Teo 6.25 m
Ben Weaver 6.25 m
Maurice Herczeg 7.00 m
Chris Innes-Wong 7.00 m
Misha Lizoguboff 7.00 m
Harry May 7.00 m
Alex Saliu 7.00 m
Daniel White-Alikakos 7.00 m
Ollie Wurm 7.00 m
Brett Richards 7.25 m
David Rose 7.25 m
Andrew Steele 7.25 m
Stuart Bainbridge 7.50 m
Corey Baker 7.50 m
James Boden 7.50 m
James Cibich 7.50 m
Ethan Gould 7.50 m
Andrew Howell 7.50 m
Dale Lyons 7.50 m
Adam Rabone 7.50 m
Tom Sclanders 7.50 m
Jarrod Sims 7.50 m
Paul Cracroft-Wilson 7.75 m
Ben Koschade 7.75 m
Paul Tancredi 7.75 m
Chris Diegan 8.00 m
Edward Ware 8.00 m
Michael Bolton 8.25 m
Adrian Harris 8.25 m
John Nicolosi 8.50 m
Dylan Panizza 8.50 m
Bray Rafanelli 8.50 m
Lyall Weir 8.50 m
Matthew Harvey 8.75 m
Jordan Tronnolone 8.75 m
Ryan Camille 9.00 m
Tim Johnson 9.00 m
Adam Moore 9.00 m
Trent O'Loughlin 9.00 m
Adam Parkes 9.00 m
Mathew Short 9.00 m
Jarrad Dartnall 9.25 m
Matthew Eddy 9.25 m
Josh Tiu 9.25 m
Brett Blanco 9.50 m
Bradley Letton 9.50 m
Brendan Ramsey 9.50 m
Cameron Yorke 9.50 m
Adam Coote 9.75 m
Hayden Cook 10.00 m
William Little 10.00 m
Troy Welfare 10.00 m
Ryan Hancock 10.25 m
David Gross 10.50 m
Dylan Hicks 10.50 m
Shane Ezard 10.75 m
Nick Howard 10.75 m
Luke Buchanan 11.00 m
Amin Chehade 11.00 m
Craig Foley 11.00 m
Brian Hamilton 11.00 m
Tyson Hancock 11.00 m
Ben Hardy 11.00 m
Mark Hignett 11.00 m
Ryan Hoffman 11.00 m
Aldis Jaunzems 11.00 m
Ross Nitschke 11.00 m
Glenn Ross 11.00 m
Brad Schutz 11.00 m
Kelly Sheldrick 11.00 m
Christopher Simpson 11.00 m
Paul Taylor 11.00 m
Darren Whittaker 11.00 m
Andrew Wilcox 11.00 m

120m Women
Name Handicap
Pirrenee Steinert 0.25 m
Laura Whaler 0.75 m
Alicia Wrench-Doody 1.75 m
Leanne Hodge 2.50 m
Christine Wearne 4.25 m
Katie Moore 4.50 m
Tabitha West 4.50 m
Kendra Hubbard 4.75 m
Tamara Dartnall 5.00 m
Sheena Steinert 6.00 m
Lauren Foote 6.75 m
Melissa Howard 6.75 m
Stephanie Mollica 6.75 m
Caitlin Stanley 6.75 m
Andrea Di Paolo 7.00 m
Emma Freer 7.00 m
Monique Hollick 7.00 m
Rosie Kelly 7.00 m
Holly Noack 7.00 m
Sarah Thomas 7.75 m
Katherine Robb 8.00 m
Amie Mittiga 8.50 m
Cloe Neophytou 8.50 m
Tiwana Merrett 9.00 m
Pamela Austin 9.50 m
Hettie Driscoll 9.50 m
Lauren Edwards 9.50 m
Abbey Freer 9.75 m
Alice Platten 9.75 m
Rommi Driscoll 10.00 m
Jana Tankosic 10.25 m
Sally Jamieson 10.75 m
Hayley Openshaw 10.75 m
Claire Ashman 11.00 m
Lisa Berrington 11.00 m
Amanda McLean 11.00 m
Myriah Smith 11.00 m
Ali Trewartha 11.75 m
Nichola Coombe 12.00 m
Tenneille Trigwell 12.00 m
Lucy Buckley 12.25 m
Zoe Steele 12.50 m
Lauren Buchanan 12.75 m
Anthea Kotyla 15.00 m
Megan Letton 15.00 m
Robyn Pohlner 15.00 m
Sonya Pollard 15.00 m
Lesley Tompson 15.00 m

120m Under 18
Name Handicap
Brett Richards 3.50 m
Kane Russell 6.00 m
Jack Hannah 7.50 m
Scott Hargreaves 7.50 m
Jackson Hoffmann 7.50 m
Bradley Jolly 7.50 m
Sam Osmond 8.00 m
Tullio DeMatteis 9.00 m
Jess Rafanelli 9.00 m
Bailey Turner 9.50 m
Jesse Cordoma 10.00 m
Ryan James 10.00 m
Patrick Marshall 10.00 m
Liam Wright 10.00 m
Bray Rafanelli 10.25 m
Lachlan Sheffield 10.50 m
Ryan Atkins 12.00 m
Jacinta Monaghan 12.00 m
Lewis Warland 12.00 m
Patrick Cusenza 13.00 m
Callum Ritchie 13.00 m
Jade Alford 13.75 m
Jakson Messent 15.25 m
Bradley Harvey 15.50 m
Sam O'Grady 15.50 m
Katie Jury 18.00 m
Hollie Moran 20.00 m
Charlie Parish 20.00 m
Jenni Partington 20.00 m
Gemma Plummer 20.00 m
Daniela Sassi 20.00 m
Taylah Scapens 20.50 m
Georgia Hext 22.00 m
Ellie Meich 22.00 m
Chantel Seaforth 22.00 m
Kyla Brown 23.00 m
Margaret Cusenza 23.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 23.00 m
Myriah Smith 23.00 m
Sarah Donovan 25.00 m
Tayce Fry 25.00 m
Niamh Henry 25.00 m
Cassidy James 25.00 m

120m Open Invitation
Name Handicap

120m Women Invitation
Name Handicap

550m Open
Name Handicap
Clay Watkins 10.00 m
James Boden 14.00 m
Bryce Watkins 22.00 m
Eric Sapac 24.00 m
Cameron Yorke 25.00 m
Tullio DeMatteis 26.00 m
Joshua Mather 26.00 m
Thomas Skinner 26.00 m
Ryan Camille 28.00 m
Matt Grant 30.00 m
Kostya Khudoshin 30.00 m
Harry May 30.00 m
Matt McCauley 30.00 m
Victor Wen-Sweeney 30.00 m
Clint Anderson 32.00 m
Chris Cato 32.00 m
Adam Coote 32.00 m
James Ralston 32.00 m
James Deane 34.00 m
Ryan Hage 38.00 m
William Little 38.00 m
Michael Nitschke 38.00 m
David Smith 38.00 m
Peter Spence 38.00 m
Stephen Alexander 40.00 m
Robert Keenan 40.00 m
Jakson Messent 40.00 m
Christopher Ross 40.00 m
Ashley Brown 44.00 m
Jarrad Dartnall 44.00 m
Darren Naismith 44.00 m
Riordan Welsh 44.00 m
Ben Wright 44.00 m
Amin Chehade 45.00 m
Ben Crawford 45.00 m
David Girolamo 48.00 m
Jake Stangewitz 48.00 m
Jack Sutton 49.00 m
Matthew Cousins 50.00 m
David Palmer 50.00 m
Mark Beveridge 56.00 m
Glenn Cooper 56.00 m
Brendan Liddicoat 56.00 m
Matthew Fallon 58.00 m
James Grant 60.00 m
Rhys Williams 60.00 m
Matthew Zacher 60.00 m
Karim Ghaoui 64.00 m
Mark Hipworth 64.00 m
Brad Jones 68.00 m
Alice Platten 74.00 m
Tom Hecimovic 76.00 m
Christopher Brown 78.00 m
Richard Norris 80.00 m
Luke Stewart 90.00 m

550m Over 35
Name Handicap
Cameron Yorke 0.00 m
David Haigh 16.00 m
Amin Chehade 18.00 m
Phil Noden 24.00 m
Andrew Wright 32.00 m
Douglas Armstrong 34.00 m
Gary Mahon 34.00 m
Ali Saliu 34.00 m
Steven Wilson 34.00 m
Mark Hipworth 38.00 m
Mathew Boyes 40.00 m
Richard McMahon 42.00 m
Geoff Troiano 42.00 m
Darren Naismith 44.00 m
Brian Wright 45.00 m
David Miller 46.00 m
Tom Hecimovic 50.00 m
Wayne James 50.00 m
Christopher Brown 52.00 m
Richard Everson 52.00 m
David Page 52.00 m
Darren Arthur 54.00 m
Grant Oates 54.00 m
Glenn Cooper 55.00 m
Rohan David 56.00 m
Alex Jefferies 56.00 m
Richard Norris 56.00 m
Cameron White 58.00 m
Craig Harris 60.00 m
Robert Samarcq 62.00 m
Shane Rubino 64.00 m
David Barber 68.00 m
Nando Princi 70.00 m
Daniel Tregenza 74.00 m
Peter Brennan 76.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 77.00 m
Ray Earle 77.00 m
Mick Abbott 82.00 m
John Turner 84.00 m
Ron Axford 86.00 m
Jackie Chehade 86.00 m
Eugene DeVizio 86.00 m
Bob Pearce 88.00 m
Mark Barnett 90.00 m
Craig Lancaster 90.00 m
Darcy Cheney 110.00 m
Ian Reddaway 110.00 m
Greg Whitecross 110.00 m
Mark Howson 120.00 m
Brian Witty 126.00 m
Debbie Roberts 130.00 m
Cheryl Zeuner 150.00 m

800m Under 20
Name Handicap
Mitchell Booker 40.00 m
Harry May 40.00 m
Kane Russell 44.00 m
Joshua West 48.00 m
Joshua Mather 50.00 m
Max Stevens 50.00 m
Tim Earle 55.00 m
Scott Hargreaves 56.00 m
Liam Mcgarity 60.00 m
Aiden Miller 65.00 m
Phillip O\'Brien 65.00 m
William McCann 70.00 m
Connor McIvor 70.00 m
Nick Beins 72.00 m
Matthew Konetschka 75.00 m
Aidan Norbury 75.00 m
Ben Sieben 78.00 m
Jacobi Ponury 80.00 m
Jack Sutton 80.00 m
Corey Watkins 90.00 m
Jessica Oates 130.00 m
Kellie Symons 130.00 m
Isabella Partington 140.00 m

1600m Open Backmarkers
Name Handicap
Michael Marantelli 90.00 m
Mitchell Booker 100.00 m
Joshua West 100.00 m
James Deane 110.00 m
Damian Robinson 110.00 m
Max Stevens 110.00 m
Ashley Humphrey 115.00 m
Shane Rubino 130.00 m
David Spence 130.00 m
Jordan Harvey 135.00 m
Eric Sapac 135.00 m
David Haigh 140.00 m
Peter Hosking 140.00 m
William McCann 140.00 m
Aiden Miller 140.00 m
Phillip O\'Brien 140.00 m
Lachlan Scott 140.00 m
Clint Anderson 145.00 m
Ben Crawford 145.00 m
Peter Spence 145.00 m
Steven Evanson 150.00 m
Matt Grant 150.00 m
Stephen Jelfs 150.00 m
Daniel Lawlor 150.00 m
Phil Noden 160.00 m
Sean Quilty 160.00 m
Stephen Cavanagh 170.00 m

1600m Open Frontmarkers
Name Handicap
Craig Harris 175.00 m
Christopher Ross 175.00 m
Craig Thorley-Mills 180.00 m
Andrew Wright 180.00 m
David Page 185.00 m
Mark Hipworth 190.00 m
Dillon Tee 190.00 m
Adam Cleary 200.00 m
Bobby Edwards 200.00 m
Grant Oates 200.00 m
Linden Smith 205.00 m
Darren Naismith 210.00 m
Ashley Sandison 220.00 m
Chad Truscott 220.00 m
Rohan David 230.00 m
James Grant 230.00 m
Melissa Lloyd 240.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 245.00 m
Richard McMahon 260.00 m
Wayne James 270.00 m
Tasmin McMahon 290.00 m
Tony Parsons 290.00 m
Emily Ryde 330.00 m
Martine Beer 340.00 m
Rebecca Cato 340.00 m
Gaetano Aiello 370.00 m
Sean Beer 395.00 m

1600m Selected
Name Handicap
Robert Killmier 0.00 m
Michael Ryde 0.00 m
Kym Morgan 5.00 m
Paul Morgan 8.00 m
Matthew Ferber 15.00 m
Andy Axford 20.00 m
Jacob Cocks 20.00 m
Chris Hartley 22.00 m
Peter Hyde 25.00 m
Riley Cocks 40.00 m
Shane Thiele 40.00 m
Kostya Khudoshin 45.00 m
Josh Nolan 45.00 m
Matthew Axford 50.00 m
Jordan Harvey 50.00 m
Michael Marantelli 50.00 m
Wubishet Murphy 50.00 m
David Spence 60.00 m

1600m Women
Name Handicap
Holly Noack 50.00 m
Monique Hollick 60.00 m
Paige Graham 100.00 m
Melissa Lloyd 100.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 110.00 m
Emma Kraft 120.00 m
Tasmin McMahon 130.00 m
Saraid Kustermann 160.00 m
Demi Axford 170.00 m
Claire Xian 175.00 m
Lauren Crowe 200.00 m
Emily Ryde 210.00 m
Isabella Partington 220.00 m
Martine Beer 230.00 m
Paige White 230.00 m
Roula Ghaoui 240.00 m
Lauren McHugh 240.00 m
Lisa Roberts 260.00 m
Rebecca Cato 270.00 m
Courtney Ryder 310.00 m
Cheryl Zeuner 320.00 m
Melanie Stewart 330.00 m




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3 Re: Bay Marks on Tue Dec 20, 2011 9:12 pm

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Here is a list of the runners in the 120m Open Bay Sheffield who have entered an SAAL 120m open during this season.
The list shows the lifts that each of these runners has received for the bay compared to their last standing handicap.
Those who have been reduced to the limit of 11m have been excluded.

Red = 0m - 0.25m lift
Orange = 0.5m lift
Green = 0.75m - 1.25m lift


Todd Bateman 3.75 m +0.5m
Jordan Caldow 3.75 m +0
Clay Watkins 4.00 m +0.25
Wallace Long-Scafidi 4.25 m +0.75
Robbie James 4.50 m +0.5
Alex Bubner 5.00 m +0
Dale Woodhams 5.50 m +0.25
Alex Saliu 7.00 m +0.25
Ollie Wurm 7.00 m +0.5
Brett Richards 7.25 m +0.5
Andrew Steele 7.25 m +0.25
Corey Baker 7.50 m +0.5
James Cibich 7.50 m +0.5
Tom Sclanders 7.50 m +1m
Jarrod Sims 7.50 m +1m
Ben Koschade 7.75 m +0.5
Adrian Harris 8.25 m +0.5
Lyall Weir 8.50 m +0.5
Jordan Tronnolone 8.75 m +0.75
Tim Johnson 9.00 m +0.75
Trent O'Loughlin 9.00 m +0
Jarrad Dartnall 9.25 m +1m
Bradley Letton 9.50 m +1m
Brendan Ramsey 9.50 m +0
Hayden Cook 10.00 m +0.5
Troy Welfare 10.00 m +0.5
Ryan Hancock 10.25 m +0.75
David Gross 10.50 m +0.5
Dylan Hicks 10.50 m +1.25m


The greens are quite interesting...



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4 Re: Bay Marks on Tue Dec 20, 2011 9:13 pm

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Rusty,
There are SA athletes in this field with bigger lifts than Tronnolone.

Firstly, Tronnolone has the same mark he had last year when he failed to make the final. So he is no better off than last year. And in respect to a few others he is worse off. Some have gone forward on last year's mark.

There were only 30 athletes entered for Brighton who have entered for the Bay Sheffield. That makes 60 athletes (66.67%) in the Bay Sheffield who did not run in the Brighton Gift. You don't need to be Einstein to realise there would be plenty in the 60 absentees who were in shape to give Brighton a shake but didn't.

The more important statistic is that there were only 16 Bay Sheffield entrants who actually ran in the Brighton 120m Gift. That's 74 runners who didn't run at Brighton.

So Jordan beat home 15 other Bay Sheffield entrants. Of the seven in the final, 3 were on marks in excess of the Bay Sheffield limit. One (Hicks) goes forward more than Jordan does, another (dual finalist Hancock) goes forward the same 0.75 as Jordan and another (Gross) was in the final last year and meets Jordan 0.25m worse off.



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5 Re: Bay Marks on Tue Dec 20, 2011 9:33 pm

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Paul, have a read of rusty's comments. He has clearly stated that these guys are in GOOD FORM coming in to the Bay. Obviously James is in some really good form, clearly shown through the 70 on the weekend. As with Jordan. Is it a bad thing to state your athletes are in obvious form?

Gross and Hicks will be interesting off the marks out there. Will Long-Scafidi and Sclanders be able to make a showing of their marks?

Few to watch from interstate;

Paul Cracroft-Wilson 7.75 m
Edward Ware 8.00 m

any results from these guys as of late?

6 Re: Bay Marks on Tue Dec 20, 2011 9:59 pm

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Fmeister,

The comment was a lot more about the fact he goes forward 0.75m (as opposed to others getting 0.50m) than anything about form.

No problems at all with Rusty's comments on Robbie James, that's appreciated.

If Robbie James makes the final off 4.50m, after running 5th off 6.50m in 2010, it will be a massive effort.

I actually reckon Rusty's a terrific bloke, a character of the game, but I'd prefer if he didn't mention my athletes & handicap lifts. That's the only little thing he annoys me with, otherwise he'd be the first bloke to have a beer with. Laughing

Anyway FMeister, you can read about every athlete (in the Bay Sheffield) some time tomorrow.

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7 Re: Bay Marks on Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:31 pm

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Obviously no chance of winning the Bay Sheff but its hard to understand how Cooky can race out to his 10m bypassing other runners that run consistantly over the distance.

8 Re: Bay Marks on Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:45 pm

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hi - first post, trying to get my head round this so please don't be too harsh. A lot of this is question/enquiries:

Interesting that the two major gift winners so far this season both got significant lifts (1m and 0.75m), despite only having one run each at 120m since their wins. I guess the lifts are more to do with Ross' presence?

And while i know Hicks won a non penalty meet, I would have thought his win would dictate none, or a small lift, not an extra .75m! He will be tough to beat from that mark - appears to be runnign extremely well (credit to him and his coach!)

Saliu only gets .25m but has hardly made a final for the last two years? is that because of his previous bay form? Ditto Clay Watkins?

Looks like a lot of chances! Any of the YGTS could win!

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10 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Dec 21, 2011 7:18 am

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Sorry Rusty,

I've edited my previous post.

Last night's rant was written while I was putting the final touches to the Protrack Bay Sheffield Form Guide.

I was exhausted and frustrated at how long the form guide had taken.

It's been a very stressful 5 days, and later today you will see why.

All the best for Christmas and I owe you a beer at the Bay.

As for 'Whispers' comment about Hayden Cook - you can't be serious. Laughing He hasn't 'bypassed' anyone. (Name one?) He's still a long way short of what he needs to be competitive in a 120m. Sounds like you're happy for Hayden to get smashed in heats for a few more years. Plese don't ever put in for the handicapping job if that's your attitude. There's runners in this event on more than 10m who will thrash Hayden.

Anyway, he won't be running.

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11 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:14 am

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May we please see this Protrack Bay Sheffield Form Guide? Smile

12 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:50 am

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pretty please.

And the schedule of events!

13 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:07 am

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http://protrack.easyforumlive.com/f13-2011-protrack-bay-sheffield-form-guide

I have had trouble trying to post in one hit.

It appears in 6 different pages (posts) - 15 athletes per page.

At the moment it's for members only.

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14 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:32 pm

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Admin wrote:

As for 'Whispers' comment about Hayden Cook - you can't be serious. Laughing He hasn't 'bypassed' anyone. (Name one?) He's still a long way short of what he needs to be competitive in a 120m. Sounds like you're happy for Hayden to get smashed in heats for a few more years. Plese don't ever put in for the handicapping job if that's your attitude. There's runners in this event on more than 10m who will thrash Hayden.

Anyway, he won't be running.


Fully understand that Cooky hasnt a hope in hell and would have been smashed but thats what I have actually written.Hes already made a novice 120m final this season and 10m is a pretty good mark to get out to so quick for later on.
As for bypassing people HARRIS must be left wondering

15 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:48 pm

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Fairly silly comment, comparing Adrian Harris (read the Harris form guide profile) with a bloke who's been around for 10 years.

Based on your rationale - Amin Chehade should have run off the novice in the Brighton Gift on Sunday and have no more than 7.00m in the Bay Sheffield. After all Chehade's first ever entry in a Gift was Brighton and this Bay Sheffield would be his first.

Handicapping involves an element of common sense and guys who have been around as long as Hayden Cook (and Amin Chehade) have enough runs on the board for a handicapper to know what a ballpark mark they need to be competitive in any distance. It's futile to start them back on the novice mark in a distance they have no prowess in. I have no idea what you see in Cook - but rest assured he won't be doing any damage over 120m for quite a long time.

Surely you have bigger problems than worrying about a battler (in sprint terms) who has no chance of getting within cooee in his heat and won't be running anyway?

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16 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:59 pm

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This is to Whispers,

I just deleted your latest post because it was mischevious and lacked basic facts.

If you want to make comparisons at least acknowledge the wins (and prizemoney) each person has had that has led to the change in marks. Your post was brazenly stupid.

eg: Robbie James is back 2m and David Gross is back 0.25m from last year's Bay Sheffield final, even though Gross beat James home. Obviously Robbie gets the pull for Burnie. So the marks are relative to the success they've had.

I won't be accepting any more posts like the one that was deleted.

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17 Re: Bay Marks on Thu Dec 22, 2011 11:59 am

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First of all my post had nothing to do with the mens Gift so its pointless making comparisons ,you need to compare eggs with eggs.
Secondly you asked me to supply facts so here goes.
Trewartha gets pulled for not winning the Bay but running 2nd.She gets pulled a whopping 3 metres.
Trewartha has run consistantly with the league and didnt make the final at Marion,3rd at Hectorville,3rd at Loxton and 5th at Flagstaff and I cant access this seasons results but she hasnt had a win YET hasnt got any of her mark back.
Di Paolo ran 6th in the final of the Bay although beaten a fair way.She kept her mark at 7.00m and then it was reduced to 6.75.She ran 2nd at Marion,2nd at Hectorville,2nd at Loxton.Only got access to the results on the SAAL website so cant compare this seasons results.
But in all the two girls meetings on the website DiPaolo has beaten Trewartha.
For two local girls that run consistantly with the league, I dont think both of them having been given any chance of winning.
I think DiPaolo should have received around 7.50m to be in the game and Trewartha around 12.75
Surely you gain credits by running.

18 Re: Bay Marks on Thu Dec 22, 2011 12:35 pm

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This one is a little better, still lacks basic facts, but you are getting there.

The 3m back is not just for running 2nd in the Women's Bay Sheffield, but taken into account, was accumulated prizemoney for winning:

Port Adelaide Women's 120m
Whyalla Women's 120m
Flinders 70m
Mt Gambier Women's 400m
Pulteney Women's 70m

Also 2nd in the Womens Bay Sheffield 70m.

Lucy Buckley went back similarly for her accumulated winnings and she couldn't make the final off 15, two years ago.

You win a lot of money, you go back, that's how it works.

Trewartha has won a lot of races in this sport at some stage you have to take a hit for that.

DiPaolo did not win her first race until she was 30 years old after years of being left on ridiculously tight marks. She has won one 120m race in her career - at Henley and it was worth a whopping $95 to the winner! She is now 32 years of age and runs off 7.0 and her next 120m win appears to be a fair way off.

Realistically (unlike Ali in 2010 who went awfully close) She has NEVER had a chance in any major race. At best, she makes up numbers in a final like last last year's Bay Sheffield.

There's a lot to consider, as a handicapper, the 2nd place needs to be put in context in terms of the advantage an athlete has over the rest of the field. Have a look at the margin she was beaten by (0.01s) the time she ran (13.75s - 3m inside net time) and the difference between her and the other SA girls. She beats most of them by 3m plus. Eg: She beat DiPaolo by 4m in the final.

Ali Trewartha won the 400m at Mt Gambier earlier this month and has made several finals. She has improved considerably under Steve Butler and that's a credit to her and Steve. She is very competitive off her marks and given how long she has been sprint training, probably has more improvement in her. 11.75m is still a very competitive mark given the above information.

It's pointless discussing it any futher. We could drag up name after name and discuss the merits of their 'treatment' post numerous wins and prizemoney but it goes around in circles.


PS: The comparisons were apt because you took last year's final and only commented on how much each athlete was back, inferring that DiPaolo was getting some sort of unfair advantage.

The same could be done for the main race (as I did) and on the surface Robbie James looks like he's been treated harshly going back 2m for 'only' running 5th behind Gross who has gone back 0.25m for 4th. But the reality is Robbie has gone back for other wins and prizemoney, not just the 5th place in the final, so the marks are fair & reasonable.


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19 Re: Bay Marks on Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:03 pm

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I couldn't help myself here!In my 50yrs in this sport the one thing that has never changed is the banter and opinions on handicapping and penalties.The thing that amazes me is the time people have on there hands to dig out facts and figures on things that won't change a thing.The only one who makes these decisions now or in the next 50 years is the handicapper and they are never wrong or so they say.
There's an old saying "Win em an wear em" then try to think of ways to beat them.

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20 Re: Bay Marks on Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:29 pm

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I agree JH, a handicappers job is tough enough as it is. They have to deal with:

Comments on these forums

Trainers threatening to pull out of carnivals if they don't get treated well

Trainers/runners constantly calling them asking for more and more of a lift



It's good to know you leave it up to them and take it on the chin.



21 Re: Bay Marks on Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:23 pm

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It's good to know you leave it up to them and take it on the chin.


LoL,Lets not get to carried away!

22 Re: Bay Marks on Sat Dec 24, 2011 8:53 am

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Bumped into a good mate of mine last night, who studys the handicaps till early hours of the morning.Its amazing what a few drinks does to get someone talking.
He told me that the 550m will more than likely be won by someone off 50m or more and stipulated the more.
The girls 1600m ,he said the Vic girls must have thought Santa had come early.Sure theres some real talent among the backmarkers but can they get through traffic at Colley to challenge the Vics.Martine Beer wins the 1600m two years ago off 200m and runs in the 4.40s and has been alloted 230m this year.Dont write off the other Vic girls either off 200 plus marks.Although I doubt it he told me the Vic girls could run one two.
Hope Mob looks after the South Aussies just as much when we cross the border.

23 Re: Bay Marks on Thu Dec 29, 2011 1:35 pm

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Well wasnt that the worst bit of handicapping seen in a distance event for awhile And to think we were saved from further embarrassment by three of the Vic girls not running.

24 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:21 am

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Whispers wrote:First of all my post had nothing to do with the mens Gift so its pointless making comparisons ,you need to compare eggs with eggs.
Secondly you asked me to supply facts so here goes.
Trewartha gets pulled for not winning the Bay but running 2nd.She gets pulled a whopping 3 metres.
Trewartha has run consistantly with the league and didnt make the final at Marion,3rd at Hectorville,3rd at Loxton and 5th at Flagstaff and I cant access this seasons results but she hasnt had a win YET hasnt got any of her mark back.
Di Paolo ran 6th in the final of the Bay although beaten a fair way.She kept her mark at 7.00m and then it was reduced to 6.75.She ran 2nd at Marion,2nd at Hectorville,2nd at Loxton.Only got access to the results on the SAAL website so cant compare this seasons results.
But in all the two girls meetings on the website DiPaolo has beaten Trewartha.
For two local girls that run consistantly with the league, I dont think both of them having been given any chance of winning.
I think DiPaolo should have received around 7.50m to be in the game and Trewartha around 12.75
Surely you gain credits by running.


Hey Whispers
How silly do you look now, pushing for a 1m lift for Trewartha?
No chance of winning?
Was that Treartha I saw on the podium?
Youngy was 100% right. 11.75 was SUPA competitive for Trewartha.
12.75 would have been a joke. Ask the girls who were tailed off behind her.
People are sick and tired of watching the same girls off big marks making major finals. Bout time Zoe and Ali wore red white or blue in a final!

25 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:17 am

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Like I said Trackstar ,had no chance of winning and needed an extra metre.
Perhaps you werent at the Bay ,couldnt have been or else you would have seen that Trewartha got beaten by more than a metre.
Comparisons with Hubbards PBs and handicap showed Trewartha was always going to be 1 plus metre away.
What the final has shown ,was for me to be pretty well right on the money.
I also made mention that Diapolo should have had more.
Maybe a lot of runners should have had more.
What a race it would have been if Trewartha had been off 1 metre more, but Trackstar if you go to the races to watch one sided events no wonder you are happy.

26 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:23 am

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And while we are on the subject of handicapping Trackstar, you would have really got your rocks off on the result of the womens 1600m.

27 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:34 am

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Whispers, Are you serious? No chance?

She was in up to her neck. 0.05 off having the fastest time.

Semi final times
Trewartha 14.16
Hubbard 14.20
Wrench-Doody 14.11

Another metre and she has THE fastest time!
The final shows YOU have no idea!
The 40 girls who finished well behind her would be rapt to see her on 12.75! If so they all needed to be lifted 3!
Trewartha - 2 podium finishes in 2 years. hope next year she comes back to 10 and someone else gets a shot!

28 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:50 am

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Like I said Trackstar ,you obviously wasnt there at the Bay.
Winds were quite fluctuating and to not be there and not access wind variation from heat to heat has you second guessing which you are obviously good at.
Whatever way you look at it, give the athlete credit for coming so far in the sport in 12 months.To be pulled 3 metres after not winning in 2011 and to reach the podium in 2012 is a great effort.
As you are obviously a very learnt person when it comes to handicapping I ask you this......



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29 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:06 pm

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The word is learned. And I agree with Trackstar. Leon gave her the right mark and she certainly didn't deserve a lift. She made the final and finished on the podium two years in a row.

Leon handicapped the entire Bay Sheff with a lot of thought and a lot of credit needs to go out to him for a terrific two days of close racing.



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30 Re: Bay Marks on Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:21 pm

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Whispers - I have sent you a private message. As yet you have not responded, so I deleted some of your previous comment. It was mischevious and unnecessary.

Regardless of the race and let's talk in general terms, it is utter nonsense to argue that a person was 'uncompetitive' when the person finishes on the podium and records the second fastest time of the semis. Any person who achieves such a result is competitive and clearly has a mark that has them in the contest.

You do not have access to a wind gauge so it's futile to say that some times were more wind affected than others, particularly when the events are only 5 minutes apart. The fact is the time was very competitive in light of the other semi times. That is indisputable. You need only look at the Bay Sheffield itself to know that any time within 0.05s of the fastest semi time meant the athlete was well in the contest.

It's also condescending to Trackstar to suggest he/she was not present at the meet. I don't know if Trackstar was there or not, but it is irrelevant as Trackstar was making reference to the facts in a particular race - facts that cannot be disputed, regardless of your attempt to do otherwise.

Trackstar has not 'second guessed' anything. Trackstar has presented the facts: a very competitive semi time + a podium finish = Right mark. As I said that would be a reasonable assumption for any race not just the one in question.

And please refrain from dragging up hypotheticals regarding YGTS athletes. It has nothing to do with the issue at hand.

Btw, I sent Trackstar a private message to request he/she does not add to this discussion.


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