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1 St.Albans Results on Sun Jan 22, 2012 12:31 am

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70 open
1st Soutter
2nd Walsh
3rd Dunbar
7.71

120 Nov.
1st Moss
2nd Carey
3rd Keast
13.07

800 Open
1st Hipworth
2nd Murphy
3rd Hayes-Hornibrook
1.57.46

120 womens
1st Blizzard
2nd Pana
3rd Fox
14.75

1600 Nov.
1st Reed
2nd Cowell
3rd Wilke
4.18.82

400 Open
1st Hargreaves C
2nd Mather
3rd Grant
48.38

120 Gift
1st Mifsud
2nd Cooper
3rd Dunbar
12.57

1600 Open
1st Patten
2nd Hipworth
3rd James
4.18.62

400 Womens
1st Heagney
2nd Emmett
3rd Fisher
58.20

300 Vets
1st Lancaster
2nd Connor
3rd Torrini
37.50



2 Re: St.Albans Results on Mon Jan 23, 2012 1:31 pm

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EventNo 103 70m Open Distance 70

Reading: Adjustment:
1 6 Pink 1237 Travis SOUTTER 8.75 7.863 7.713 Completed
2 5 Green 1551 Peter WALSH 4.75 7.968 7.818 Completed
3 3 Blue 1947 Cam DUNBAR 3.75 7.984 7.834 Completed
4 2 White 7106 Kevin BRITTAIN 2.50 7.990 7.840 Completed
5 1 Red 5557 Sam JAMIESON 2.25 7.996 7.846 Completed
6 4 Yellow 2637 Douglas GREENOUGH 4.75 8.002 7.852 Completed

EventNo 104 120m Gift Distance 120

1 5 Green 6087 Matthew MIFSUD 11.25 12.654 12.574 Completed
2 4 Yellow 0104 Marcus COOPER 11.25 12.695 12.615 Completed
3 1 Red 1947 Cam DUNBAR 6.75 12.698 12.618 Completed
4 6 Pink 2040 Mark HIGNETT 11.50 12.738 12.658 Completed
5 2 White 5956 Bros KELLY 7.00 12.768 12.688 Completed
6 3 Blue 3321 Matthew EDDY 8.00 12.777 12.697 Completed

EventNo 105 120m RACV Distance 120

1 2 White 7179 Cam MOSS 5.25 13.145 13.070 Completed
2 6 Pink 6514 Simon CAREY 14.25 13.223 13.148 Completed
3 4 Yellow 6395 Jordan KEAST 10.00 13.285 13.210 Completed
4 5 Green 6662 Michael GATT 12.50 13.289 13.214 Completed
5 3 Blue 7175 Luca RANELLONE 9.00 13.356 13.281 Completed
6 8 Grey 6543 Ellie MAGUIRE 24.00 13.382 13.307 Completed
7 7 Black 7026 Kasey MOORE 22.50 13.459 13.384 Completed
8 1 Red 6588 Matthew BERTACCO 0.00 13.577 13.502 Completed

EventNo 106 120m Women Distance 120

1 2 White 6665 Sarah BLIZZARD 9.00 14.898 14.753 Completed
2 8 Grey 5950 Rita PANA 21.00 15.218 15.073 Completed
3 3 Blue 3365 Patricia FOX 9.00 15.263 15.118 Completed
4 4 Yellow 5737 Morgan DEANE 10.00 15.265 15.120 Completed
5 5 Green 6666 Julia BOATMAN 10.50 15.322 15.177 Completed
6 7 Black 6302 Mandy EMMETT 18.00 15.336 15.191 Completed
7 1 Red 3090 Lara GAMBINO 7.00 15.347 15.202 Completed
8 6 Pink 5991 Megan McMAHON 13.00 15.653 15.508 Completed

EventNo 107 300m Veterans Distance 300

1 7 Black 0296 Craig LANCASTER 50.00 37.503 37.503 Completed
2 8 Grey 3268 Garry CONNOR 58.00 37.790 37.790 Completed
3 9 Orange 0144 Julie TORRINI 78.00 37.870 37.870 Completed
4 5 Green 6763 Norman MAGUIRE 34.00 37.876 37.876 Completed
5 3 Blue 5425 Tom HECIMOVIC 30.00 38.184 38.184 Completed
6 1 Red 1957 Chris ROCHE 16.00 38.478 38.478 Completed
7 4 Yellow 5318 Chris LIVITSANOS 32.00 38.693 38.693 Completed
8 6 Pink 0287 Stephen BAIRD 47.00 38.813 38.813 Completed
9 2 White 9563 Stephen TAYLOR 30.00 39.250 39.250 Completed

EventNo 108 400m Women's Distance 400

1 8 Grey 2247 Kathryn HEAGNEY 70.00 58.205 58.205 Completed
2 6 Pink 6302 Mandy EMMETT 64.00 58.450 58.450 Completed
3 4 Yellow 6331 Tarryn FISHER 40.00 58.806 58.806 Completed
4 7 Black 5950 Rita PANA 68.00 59.277 59.277 Completed
5 1 Red 7026 Kasey MOORE 28.00 59.872 59.872 Completed
6 2 White 2024 Anna PASQUALI 30.00 1:00.446 1:0.446 Completed
7 3 Blue 5531 Celia COSGRIFF 35.00 1:00.821 1:0.821 Completed
8 5 Green 3285 Marita DOWNES 42.00 1:01.178 1:1.178 Completed

EventNo 109 400m Open Distance 400

1 7 Black 6510 Chris HARGREAVES 23.00 48.384 48.384 Completed
2 3 Blue 6438 Josh MATHER 19.00 48.781 48.781 Completed
3 10 Purple 0002 Matt GRANT 26.00 48.989 48.989 Completed
4 5 Green 6190 Dominic HOSKINS 21.00 49.051 49.051 Completed
5 9 Orange 3272 Jayson HAYES-HORNI 24.00 49.779 49.779 Completed
6 6 Pink 5742 Adam COOTE 22.00 50.065 50.065 Completed
7 2 White 6168 Shaun HARGREAVES 10.00 50.287 50.287 Completed
8 1 Red 1486 Matthew HARGREAVE 8.00 50.296 50.296 Completed
9 4 Yellow 7179 Cam MOSS 20.00 51.237 51.237 Completed
10 8 Grey 1963 Shane EZARD 24.00 51.637 51.637 Completed

EventNo 110 800m Open Distance 800

1 10 Purple 0183 Mark HIPWORTH 80.00 1:57.468 1:57.468 Completed
2 1 Red 6049 Justin MURPHY 26.00 1:58.481 1:58.481 Completed
3 6 Pink 3272 Jayson HAYES-HORNI 52.00 1:58.780 1:58.780 Completed
4 9 Orange 5916 Craig HARRIS 80.00 1:58.899 1:58.899 Completed
5 8 Grey 6433 Ian BURROWS 60.00 1:59.182 1:59.182 Completed
6 5 Green 7202 Trent LOWRY 50.00 1:59.297 1:59.297 Completed
7 2 White 6190 Dominic HOSKINS 28.00 1:59.370 1:59.370 Completed
8 4 Yellow 2143 James DEANE 34.00 2:02.290 2:2.290 Completed
9 3 Blue 5917 Matthew McCAULEY 34.00 2:03.896 2:3.896 Completed
10 7 Black 1245 Michael TUHAN 56.00 2:04.175 2:4.175 Completed

EventNo 111 1600m Open Distance 1600

1 5 Green 2801 Andrew PATTEN 110.00 4:18.62 4:18.620 Completed
2 23 0183 Mark HIPWORTH 200.00 4:21.50 4:21.500 Completed
3 27 0377 Wayne JAMES 270.00 4:22.17 4:22.170 Completed
4 36 6260 Sean BEER 370.00 4:22.38 4:22.380 Completed
5 20 5916 Craig HARRIS 180.00 4:22.87 4:22.870 Completed
6 33 3261 Corina KAPUSTA 330.00 4:23.69 4:23.690 Completed
7 17 Grey-White 0263 Gordon MUIR 160.00 4:24.04 4:24.040 Completed
8 22 2022 David PAGE 190.00 4:24.45 4:24.450 Completed
9 3 Blue 6049 Justin MURPHY 75.00 4:25.01 4:25.010 Completed
10 11 Red-White 6407 Matthew SMITH 140.00 4:27.18 4:27.180 Completed
11 15 Pink-White 0518 Phil NODEN 150.00 4:29.12 4:29.120 Completed
12 41 0004 Trent LOWERY 120.00 4:31.06 4:31.060 Completed
13 6 Pink 2143 James DEANE 115.00 4:32.21 4:32.210 Completed
14 26 5552 James LYNCH 250.00 4:32.60 4:32.600 Completed
15 12 Blue-White 6013 Adrian PHELAN 140.00 4:32.87 4:32.870 Completed
16 14 Green-White 2604 Arron DOWNES 150.00 4:33.240 4:33.240 Completed
17 40 0003 Michael LOW 100.00 4:34.81 4:34.810 Completed
18 19 8424 Jonathan WOODMAN 180.00 4:36.81 4:36.810 Completed
19 32 6544 Rebecca CATO 330.00 4:37.71 4:37.710 Completed
20 31 2766 Glenn WESTON 320.00 4:38.41 4:38.410 Completed
21 38 6409 Robert KENSHOLE 400.00 4:40.00 4:40.000 Completed
22 9 Orange 7164 John COOPER 125.00 4:46.60 4:46.600 Completed
23 34 2806 Martine BEER 340.00 4:54.13 4:54.130 Completed
24 37 3061 Greg WHITECROSS 375.00 4:57.66 4:57.660 Completed
25 29 0234 Leon BROOKS 275.00 5:04.94 5:4.940 Completed

EventNo 112 1600m Novice Distance 1600

1 6 Pink 6680 Jacob REED 180.00 4:18.828 4:18.828 Completed
2 11 Red-White 6650 Peter COWELL 260.00 4:20.195 4:20.195 Completed
3 9 Orange 6460 Luke WILKE 200.00 4:27.197 4:27.197 Completed
4 8 Grey 6461 Jesse NODEN 195.00 4:27.958 4:27.958 Completed
5 17 Grey-White 6708 Ellie TOSSOL 400.00 4:28.282 4:28.282 Completed
6 3 Blue 7170 Franky CAMPISI 160.00 4:30.040 4:30.040 Completed
7 5 Green 5498 John MORRIS 170.00 4:32.436 4:32.436 Completed
8 13 Yellow-White 7171 Tayla NOTTING 300.00 4:39.370 4:39.370 Completed
9 15 Pink-White 7115 Ruby KLEMM 340.00 4:41.064 4:41.064 Completed
10 7 Black 6678 Brandon BITTING 190.00 4:42.006 4:42.006 Completed
11 18 Orange-White 0002 Paul TOWNSEND 125.00 4:45.833 4:45.833 Completed
12 16 Black-White 6673 Victoria ATKINS 400.00 4:49.590 4:49.590 Completed
13 4 Yellow 6671 Corey HEARD 170.00 5:30.058 5:30.058 Completed
14 10 Purple 7212 Phoebe BRADY 260.00 5:53.02 5:53.020 Completed

3 St Albans Wrap on Tue Jan 24, 2012 8:29 am

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St Albans Gift 21st January 2012
The St Albans Gift meeting was conducted again under twilight conditions before an enthusiastic crowd, although slightly less boisterous than in previous years. The track was in excellent condition and the weather was perfect for night time athletics.

The St Albans officials and helpers were “on the ready” and the meeting was extremely well co‐ordinated. Once again the St Albans Club provided a great venue for the athletes and officials to have a refreshment during and after the carnival.

Unfortunately the VAL’s “go to man”, Ian Cox took ill during the night and had to leave his post for a trip home to bed. The good news was that “Coxy” was back in business by Sunday afternoon. Ian and the Victorian Athletic League would like to pass on a sincere thanks to all those who stayed behind to help pack up the van. Considering that it was 11.30 before the van was packed the effort was “above and beyond the call of duty” for those that helped.

Important Announcement
As most will be aware the Stawell Athletic Club are organising an “ audience with George McNeill” luncheon on 6th Feb at the POP restaurant, Hardware Lane, noon to 2pm. George, apart from being an icon of the sport, is an incredible after dinner speaker and one of the funniest story tellers you will ever hear. If you are available or working in the city, do yourself a favour and book a ticket, $70 per person.

Another really really really important announcement; The extremely prestigious St Bernard’s kids events are on again this season. Previous winners are now household names and are still signing endorsement contracts worth unknown amounts of cash and prizes. This year the winner of the boys and girls divisions will each take home the much sought after St Bernard’s sash. The organisers are currently negotiating with various sponsors for a trip to Disneyland, a lead role in Home Alone 3 and a range of Repco commercials. Failing to delivery these deals we will certainly provide drinks and lollies for all contestants. Runners must be under fourteen on the day and clean shaven. Any club who wishes to advertise/mention an event for a coming carnival that is not covered by the normal VAL website, please email bmara2011@hotmail.com
These events maybe Little Athletics, kids races, tug war, beauty contests, relays, most insane athlete competition etc. We will endeavour to mention your event a couple of weeks prior to your carnival.


70 metres Le Mans Toyota Open handicap.
The evening started with the final of the 70 metres and was taken out by Travis Soutter (8.75m) from Peter Walsh (4.75m) and Cam Dunbar (6.75m) in the time of 7.71. Travis is “on fire” this season with Saturdays win his fourth for the season, following wins at Frankston, Waverley and Ringwood. The place getters, Cam Dunbar and Peter Walsh are also enjoying good seasons with Cam winning at Rye and Peter finishing second at Waverley. The winner is trained by Todd Ireland.

120 metres St Albans Sports Club and Brimbank Council Gift
Mark Hignett (11.50m) looked sure to continue with his return to form when he held a comfortable lead over the closing stages of the gift final at St Albans. However just as Mark was being called the winner, his dreaded hamstring gave way and his winning charge came to a halt. The recipient of Mark’s bad fortune was the Benny Tancredi trained Matthew Mifsud (11.25m) who claimed the win with a narrow victory over Marcus Cooper (11.25m) and Cam Dunbar (6.75m). Mifsud can relate to Mark’s anguish as he suffered the same hamstring hoodoo at Keilor last year. Matthew still managed to clock a very respectable 12.57 for his first open gift win. Marcus Cooper’s run was good and his form doesn’t appear to be suffering from his ever increasing coaching duties. Cam Dunbar, carrying a one metre penalty for his Rye Gift win, showed that he will still be a competitive force for the rest of the season. Hignett had enough momentum to carry himself over the line for fourth but will now have to reset his targets with a four week recovery period on the cards. The other finalists Bros Kelly (7m) and Matthew Eddy (8m), although finishing fifth and sixth, were only a metre from the winner.

120 metres Barry Plant Women’s handicap
Sarah Blizzard (9m) has never been one to sit at home with her athletic career, with only a season and a half of competition Sarah notched up her forty fifth start with the VAL at St Albans. Going on the crowd reaction, Sarah, coached at Ararat by Marcus Cooper, didn’t make the trip alone. The women’s final was her first win and she received a Stawell Gift reception at the sash presentation. Blizzard cleared out to defeat Rita Pana (21m) and Patricia Fox (9m) in the time of 14.75. Although only making one final in her first season, the Stawell novice 100mts, Sarah showed at Maryborough a win was near with her appearance in three ladies finals. Rita Pana ran a great race from her front mark and the ever consistent Patricia Fox was once again in the finish. Megan McMahon, obviously excited about racing in front of her home crowd, made the final and left her blocks behind. Megan the blocks are in the VAL van.

800 mts Greenwater Australia Open Handicap.
Whilst Sarah Blizzard was winning her first race at St Albans, Mark Hipworth(80m) was taking home sash number “who knows” after the open 800 metres. Mark has been involved with the VAL since 1980 and in that time has won races over all distances as well as coaching hundreds of winners. With a CV that includes a Burnie Gift win, Stawell Gift finalist, wins in Stawell 550m, 800m, 1600m, 3200m and many more he showed that he still likes winning by careering away over the last 200 metres to win convincingly from Justin Murphy (26m) and Jayson Hayes‐Hornibrook (52m). Hipworth trailed the early leader Craig Harris (80m) until well into the last lap when he charged for home and never looked like losing. Jayson Hayes‐Hornibrook , making a mark on the half mile ranks,is gradually working his way to a win. Backmarkers, Justin Murphy and Dominic Hoskins( 28m), ran great races to qualify for the final but found the task of chasing a tearaway leader just beyond them. In the first heat of the 800mts VAL history was made when Ian Burrows(60m) and Michael Tuhan (56m) ran the first official dead heat since the VAL has been using the new photo finish machine. The finish is now projected on to a computer screen with an actual freeze frame picture of each athlete. A line is then drawn across each athletes chest and the result is clear cut, regardless of the margin.

1600 metres St Albans Football Club Open handicap.
The final of the 1600 metres was a one act affair with Andrew Patten (110m) racing away from his coach, Mark Hipworth (200m) and Wayne James (270m) in the time of 4.18.6. Andrew previously had raced with the VAL in 2001 and only reappeared at Rye last week, where he finished a very promising second in the 1600m. The fourth placed Sean Beer (370m) set a good early pace but was quickly collared by Patten with 150 metres to travel and was eventually pushed out of the placings by Hipworth and the improving Wayne James. With the sudden emergence of Patten, next week’s 3200 metres at Wangaratta will certainly be a keenly fought affair with the expected appearance of Brady Threlfell and
“the old bull” Matthew McDonough sure to be in the action.

1600 metres Victorian Cross Country League Novice
Jacob Reed (180m) recorded his first VAL win with his victory in the VCCL novice. Jacob defeated Peter Cowell (260m) and Luke Wilke (200m) in the very respectable time of 4.18.8. Reed raced to the lead over the concluding stages and was never really challenged by the placegetters although the early leader, Ellie Tossol (400m), looked a definite chance at the bell before tiring in the home straight. Reed, in his second season with the VAL has only raced sparingly but has now qualified for the novice final at Stawell. Jacob’s win was not only his first win, but also the first win for his trainer Matthew McDonough. Apart from Jacob, Matthew ,a regular winner himself, is building a handy team of athletes including the promising Trent Lowery, a more than handy 800 metres competitor. Peter Cowell, a regular competitor in the VCCL novice series is certainly nearing a win on Saturday night’s effort.

RACV 120 metres under 20’s
Saturday’s final of the RACV under 20 year old handicap went to the “star on the rise” Cam Moss (5.25) as he defeated Simon Carey (14.25m) and Jordan Keast (10m) in 13.07. Cam, who opened his VAL career only last month at Waverley with a win, began extra well from his tight mark to gather in the leaders and was easing as the finish appeared. After the six evenly contested heats the race looked to be very open but Moss was a class above the opposition and he should have no trouble qualifying for the final later in the season. The winner is trained by Nick Feidler who continues to produce a group of young and talented runners.

300 metres O’Brien Electrical Veterans handicap

At a time when most veterans are asleep in front of the TV (with their bunny slippers on) Craig Lancaster (50m) was at St Albans handing out a hiding to some of his contemporaries. The final which was the last on the card, at 10.45pm, was an exciting race with Julie Torrini (78m) clearing out early and still holding a commanding lead before the turn when first Garry Connor (58m) and then Lancaster pounced. Over the concluding stages Craig raced away to record an easy win in 37.5. Craig is one of the VAL’s stalwarts and with his coach and father, Norm rarely misses a day at the running. Garry Connor, fresh from his recent maiden victory at Ringwood, ran an excellent race and is sure to add to his winning tally before the season finishes. Julie Torrini enjoying her return to the VAL also has been consistently making finals this season.

400 metres Kennard Hire Women’s handicap
Following on from a last start win at Ringwood, Kathryn Heagney (70m) literally fell across the line to win the women’s 400 metres final from Mandy Emmett (64m) and Tarryn Fisher (40m) in the time of 58.2. Kathryn ran the fastest heat time, although only narrowly from Rita Pana (68m), and always looked in control of the race. The only danger came when she started to stagger with metres to go and looked a chance to fall before the tape. The photo finish showed Heagney well clear and chesting the tape correctly as she crashed to the ground. Kathryn’s recent wins would be very pleasing to most but may not compare too well to another recent win achieved by the veteran. In July last year Kathryn won the world master’s 400 metres title at Sacramento,USA. It maybe a little late in arriving but the Victorian Athletic League congratulates Kathryn on her world title. John Knott coaches Kathryn in Bendigo.

400m Hume Turf and Machinery Open handicap.
One of the highlights of the evenings events was the final of the open 400 metres. The field consisted of ten runners who would not be out of place in any 400 metre event conducted on the professional circuit. The winner was the consistent Chris Hargreaves (23m) who took the race by the “throat” early and made his competitors chase him from the gun. Chris, who made many finals last season without winning, has turned his finals into wins this season. He held a comfortable margin at the finish over Josh Mather (19m) and Matt Grant (26m) in 48.38. Josh looked a winning chance before the turn but just couldn’t make up the leeway in the home straight. Matt Grant’s effort was good after competing in the heats of the 800 metres earlier. Dominic Hoskins (21m) put up another tough run after also having a busy schedule of events throughout the night. Chris is trained by John Henry, who was dogged throughout the night by serial “bookie pest” Alsie.

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