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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Thirsty Camel 400m Camden Women's Classic form guide

Thirsty Camel 400m Camden Women's Classic form guide

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Colin Rowston


Claire Ashman
Came third in this race last year (53.97 seconds off 36m). Until recently has shown no form, with very little appearances and no finals. Her form looked to have continued when she ran at Davenport in Tasmania after Christmas, however made a dramatic change a couple of days later in the Burnie 400m Women’s, placing second in the final (53.22 seconds off 35m). Since then has shown great form, with a win in the 200m Women’s at Tea Tree Gully, and placing in 70m gift at Tea Tree Gully and 300m at Marion. With one metre more than Burnie, will definitely be a strong chance!!

Demi Axford
A young talented runner who might need to develop her handicap before becoming a threat. Did run a good heat at Brighton to just make the final in the 400m Women’s. Not yet.

Kyla Brown
A young runner who will have to develop her handicap a bit more to become a bit more competitive. Maybe in the years to come.

Lucy Buckley
Won this race 2010 in the second quickest time of the Women’s Classic history. Also has other classy wins from the same season, taking out the 550m at Bay Sheffield and 300m at Loxton. However this season Lucy has not run frequently and has not made a final. Looking elsewhere.

Bridgid Connolly
One of the classiest runners in the league. Has won some incredible races off very tight marks, including the Women’s 550m at Bay Sheffield in 2011, and placed second here in 2009. Early this year placed in the 300m at Henley and stormed home to win the 300m in Whyalla. Have not seen her since until Marion, where she failed to make a final. Too classy a runner to write off but recent form suggests otherwise.

Nadia De Bellis
An infrequent runner with the league, who is better known in the SANFL umpiring scene. Made her first final in the 300m Women’s at Marion, however do not expect the same here.

Katie Devlin
Under 17’s runner, who prefers to run in those events. Has not done much to show any form for this race. Maybe in a couple of years.

Hettie Driscoll
Is a new competitor with the league, and has not competed in races further than 200m. However guided by her form in the sprints suggests that she will find it hard to run off a novice mark.

Rommi Driscoll
Like her sister, is a new runner with the league, however has made more appearances and has run up to 550 metres. Will have to work hard to make it past the heat with her current handicap. Maybe in a couple of years.

Kelly Ferber
Made the final of the 400m Women’s at Brighton this season. However will struggle to make the final off the limit. Not this time.



Tayce Fry
An under 20’s runner who made it to the consolation final last year. She will have her work cut out to make the final. Looking elsewhere.

Eleni Glouftsis
Has been on the scene for a few years and is close to winning her first sash. Has shown good form by placing in the Whyalla Women’s 300m, Brighton 400m Women’s and Tea Tree Gully Women’s 200m. She has also made finals in the Women’s 400m at Mt Gambier and 300m at Marion. If she shows her earlier form, there would be no reason why she couldn’t make the final or place.

Anthea Kotyla
Placed third in this race in 2006, however has not made any finals recently. Will struggle off the limit, however is a strong runner and will lead them around.

Teagan Kustermann
A young runner who has been making every final over the 300m and 400m distance this season. Placed in the Whyalla Women’s 300m and Brighton Women’s 400m, however is off a tight handicap and would need to run very well to make the final here. Not sure what she can pull off.

Megan Letton
Has a bit of history with this race. Was a favourite to win last year but narrowly missed out on making the final, and previous to that in 2010, came second in the final to Lucy Buckley. Has had very good form in the shorter events, placing at Port Adelaide, Whyalla and Brighton, as well as some wins at Flinders and Maryborough. In the second half of the season placed in the 200m at Tea Tree Gully, and the 300m at Marion. Yes. Looking very sharp!

Lynette Mattingly
Won the very prestigious 120m Women’s Bay Sheffield in 2007. However has been seen scarcely in the last couple of years, with only recent appearances in the second half of the season. Not this time.

Lauren McHugh
Known as more of a middle distance runner, however has shown a bit of form over shorter events making the 300m Women’s final in Whyalla, the 400m Women’s final at Brighton and the 300m Women’s final at Marion. Could make the final here, but don’t look for much beyond that.

Tasmin McMahon
Is fast establishing herself as a fierce competitor over the longer distances, with 3,000 meters probably being her pet distance. Made the consolation final last year, however will probably lack the speed here. Not this time.

Ellie Meich
Ran well to place second at Henley in the Under 20’s 300m. Also ran a notable third in her heat in the 550m Women’s at Bay Sheffield, and last week ran a very quick 60.98sec over 400m at Santos Stadium. Has not run in many Women’s races so hard to judge. Will give her heat a good crack and could be a contender in the final.

Stephanie Mollica
A very classy Victorian runner. Won the Women’s 800m at Stawell last year and has shown recent form, placing second in the Women’s 550m at the Bay Sheffield, second in the Ringwood 400m Open gift and a win in the Rye Women’s 400m (54.550 seconds off 15 metres). Although the tightest handicap here, will still be enough to be around the place.

Sarah Newstead
A runner who finds the longer distances more favourable. Has not competed for the last couple of months and previous form suggests that she will find her heat tough. Not today.

Jessica Oates
An under 14 runner who has shown that she can run over a range of distances. Will need to develop a better handicap for this race, however will still run a very strong heat. One to watch for the future.

Yasmin Openshaw
Placed second here last year and went on to win the 300m Women’s Loxton Gift. Has not competed regularly this season, however placed third in the 400m at Mt Gambier and won the Women’s 400m at Brighton. If she continues her form over 400m there should not be a problem for her to place.

Katherine Robb
Came a very close second in a very memorable Classic final in 2006 to now Commonwealth games athlete Pirrenee Steinert. She has very good recent form including second in the Mt Gambier women’s 400m and winning the 550m at Pre-Bay. She has also made most finals from 300m to 550m, except not making the 300m Marion final just last week. Would think that she has been waiting for this one for a long time. A favourite.

Lisa Roberts
Is having quite a consistent season, almost placing in every final from 300m to 550m. Won the Maryborough 300m Women’s/Veterans race after Christmas in 33.78 seconds off 73m. Will lead them around well and will be very hard to beat in the heat. Might just miss the dais in the final though.

Chantel Seaforth
A young runner who will have to develop her handicap a bit more to become a bit more competitive. Maybe in the years to come.

Myriah Smith
A new young runner who won her first sash at Mt Gambier this season winning the 70m under 20’s. Has not shown much form in the Women’s events to demonstrate that she will be a threat. Look for her in another couple of years.

Zoe Steele
Made the final in this race last year but has not run over the distance since. Ran second in the Women’s Bay Sheffield 120m Gift which shows that she is in great form with her sprints. Not sure how she will travel over 400m.

Kellie Symons
An under 20’s runner who needs to develop more of a handicap over 400m. Ran well at Tea Tree Gully in the 200m Women’s, but would need much more improvement to get past her heat here. Give her a couple of years.

Colin Rowston


Lesley Tompson
Has won a few sashes this year with the 70m at Flinders and Tea Tree Gully and a win over 300m meters at Marion. Will need to develop her handicap over this distance to be in the mix. Should run better in the Women’s 120m here.

Ali Trewartha
You never know what this runner can do. Made the final last year and has shown recent form by placing third in the Women’s Bay Sheffield 120m Gift. Has notable experience with wins over 400m by winning Mt Gambier Women’s 400m three times (2011, 2010 and 2008). Should be around the place.

Paige White
Did not run last season and is trying to regain fitness this season. Won the Women’s Mt Gambier 400m in 2007 and placed equal third in this event in 2010. Not this year.

Whispers


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Stephanie Mollica...CLASS RUNNER,800M STAWELL WINNER,JUST MISSED AT THE BAY.IF TURNS UP WILL BE RIGHT IN IT UP TO HER KNEES

Katherine Robb...THREATENS TO WIN A BIG ONE ,BUT DIES ON HER RUN.ONLY NEEDS TO GET NEAR THEM WITHOUT MUCH EFFORT TO BE A BIG CONTENDER

CLAIRE ASHMAN...FINDERS POLISH ON HER NEED I SAY MORE

YASMIN OPENSHAW...LACKS THE CLASS BUT GOOD MARK AND ONLY HAS TO RUN UP TO LAST YEAR TO LOOK GOOD AT SOME STAGE

TEAGAN KUSTERMAN..MAYBE NOT THIS YEAR BUT WILL BE VERY COMPETATIVE OFF A HARD MARK.




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