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Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012

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1 Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Mon Feb 27, 2012 2:39 pm

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LOXTON GIFT RESULTS
Saturday 25th February 2012


120m Gift
Heat 1
1 James Cibich 6.50
2 Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 8.00
3 Bradley Letton 8.50
Time: 12.48

Heat 2

1 Ryan Hancock 9.00
2 Jordan Tronnolone 6.25
3 Adrian Harris 7.75
Time: 12.61

Heat 3

1 Adam Coote 9.00
2 Bradley Schutz 12.00
3 Damian Tohl 7.50
Time: 12.57

Heat 4
1 Corey Baker 7.00
2 Wallace Long-Scafidi 3.50
3 Luke Buchanan 12.00
Time: 12.44

Heat 5
1 Lyall Weir 8.00
2 David Gross 10.00
Time: 12.73

SF1
1 Corey Baker 7.00
E2 David Gross 10.00
E2 Brad Schutz 12.00
Time: 12.52

SF2
1 Adam Coote 9.00
2 Luke Buchanan 12.00
3 Damian Tohl 7.50
Time: 12.49

SF3
1 James Cibich 6.50
2 Wallace Long-Scafidi 3.50
3 Ryan Hancock 9.00
Time: 12.51

120m Gift Final
1 Corey Baker 7.00 $4,500
2 David Gross 10.00 $1,000
E3 Adam Coote 9.00 $375
E3 Brad Schutz 12.00 $375
5 Wallace Long-Scafidi 3.50 $200
6 James Cibich 6.50 $200
7 Luke Buchanan 12.00 -
Time: 12.48


70m Novice
Heat 1
1 Corey Baker 5.00
2 David Miller 9.00
3 Bray Rafanelli 7.50
Time: 7.66

Heat 2
1 Cameron Hext 6.75
2 Sam O'Grady 7.50
3 Greg Franks 11.25
Time: 8.02

Heat 3
1 Troy Welfare 7.75 7.70
2 Jake Stangewitz 6.50
3 Nicholas Giles 6.00
Time: 7.70

Heat 4
1 Nicholas Berry 7.00
2 Michael Cassidy 12.50
3 Bradley Jolly 6.50
Time: 7.71

70m Novice FINAL
1 Corey Baker 5.00 7.57s $175
2 Troy Welfare 7.75 7.73s $80
3 Nicholas Berry 7.00 7.78s $40
4 Jake Stangewitz 6.50 7.88s $20
5 Michael Cassidy 12.50 7.89s $10
6 David Miller 9.00 7.94s $10
7 Sam O'Grady 7.50 8.13s $5
8 Cameron Hext 6.75 9.75s $5


Women's 120m
Heat 1

1 Ali Trewartha 10.75
2 Nichola Coombe 12.25
3 Hayley Openshaw 11.50
Time: 14.75

Heat 2
1 Lauren Edwards 8.50
2 Lauren Buchanan 11.75
3 Natasha Inglis 11.00
Time: 14.21

Heat 3
1 Lesley Tompson 15.00
2 Lucy Buckley 14.25
3 Katherine Robb 7.50
Time: 14.40

Heat 4
1 Claire Ashman 11.00
2 Megan Letton 14.25
3 Lynette Mattingly 6.00
Time: 14.26

120m Women's FINAL
1 Megan Letton 14.25 14.07s $480
2 Lauren Edwards 8.50 14.10s $210
3 Claire Ashman 11.00 14.14s $100
4 Lesley Tompson 15.00 14.19s $50
5 Lucy Buckley 14.25 14.32s $50
6 Lauren Buchanan 11.75 14.56s $25
7 Ali Trewartha 10.75 14.60s $10
8 Nichola Coombe 12.25 14.85 $10


120m U/20's
Heat 1

1 Connor Verrall 9.00 13.07
2 Jackson Potter 12.00
3 Cameron Hext 15.00

Heat 2
1 Bradley Jolly 12.00
2 Bray Rafanelli 12.25
3 Natasha Inglis 23.25
Time: 12.90

Heat 3
1 Sam O'Grady 16.00
2 Charlie Parish 26.00
Time: 12.89

Heat 4
1 Sean Roberts 23.00
2 Trent O'Loughlin 10.00
3 Sarah Donovan 25.50
Time: 12.67

120m U/20's FINAL
1 Sean Roberts 23.00 12.69s $175
2 Trent O'Loughlin 10.00 12.93s $60
3 Bradley Jolly 12.00 12.93s $60
4 Connor Verrall 9.00 13.02s $20
5 Sam O'Grady 16.00 13.05s $10
6 Jackson Potter 12.00 13.20s $10
7 Bray Rafanelli 12.25 13.24s $5
8 Charlie Parish 26.00 13.44s $5


300m Open
Heat 1

1 David Girolamo 33
E2 Adrian Harris 20
E2 Bradley Letton 25
Time: 33.53

Heat 2
1 Jake Stangewitz 21
2 Kostya Khudoshin 22
3 Robert Keenan 25
Time: 32.98

Heat 3
1 David Palmer 21
2 Jarrad Dartnall 22
3 Shaun Ryder 35
Time: 34.69

Heat 4
1 Nickolas Berry 25
2 Nicholas Giles 22
3 Ben Hardy 30
Time: 34.68

300m Open FINAL
1 Jake Stangewitz 21 32.70s $745
2 Kostya Khudoshin 22 32.91s $325
3 Jarrad Dartnall 22 33.23s $150
4 Bradley Letton 25 33.59s $75
5 Adrian Harris 20 33.83s $50
6 David Girolamo 33 34.01s $50
7 Nickolas Berry 25 34.50s $20
8 Nicholas Giles 22 34.67s $20


300m Women
Heat 1

1 Megan Letton 29
2 Lauren McHugh 40
3 Yasmin Openshaw 31
Time: 37.88

Heat 2
1 Lisa Roberts 46 38.36
2 Ali Trewartha 24
3 Hayley Openshaw 36
Time: 38.36

Heat 3
1 Stephanie Mollica 12
2 Andrea Di Paolo 17
3 Lesley Tompson 35
Time: 38.33

300m Women FINAL
1 Megan Letton 29 37.90s $1,025
2 Lisa Roberts 46 38.29s $410
3 Stephanie Mollica 12 38.48s $250
4 Lesley Tompson 35 $75
5 Ali Trewartha 24 $50
6 Yasmin Openshaw 31 $50
7 Hayley Openshaw 36 $25
8 Lauren McHugh 40 $25
9 Andrea Di Paolo 17 $25
(Only got the first three times)


300m U/17's
Heat 1

1 Katie Jury 70
2 Saraid Kustermann 60
3 Connor Verrall 20
Time: 33.71

Heat 2
1 Hollie Moran 70
2 Taylah Scapens 55
3 Tenille Schammer 60
Time: 33.01

300m U/17's FINAL
1 Hollie Moran 70 $240
2 Katie Jury 70 $120
3 Connor Verrall 20 $60
4 Saraid Kustermann 60 $30
5 Jess Rafanelli 30 $15
6 Tenille Schammer 60 $10
7 Taylah Scapens 55 $10
8 Jessica Oates 58 $5
Time: 32.68


300m Over 35's FINAL
1 Ray Earle 59 $185
2 Alex Jefferies 42 $75
3 Lynette Peake 75 $35
4 Brett Stokes 48 $20
5 Cheryl Zeuner 86 $10
6 Sue Turner 62 $10
7 Cameron White 36 $5
8 John Turner 44 $5
Time: 35.55
(Didn't get heat results)


1000m OPEN
1 Ryan Hage 65 $1,450
2 Ben Crawford 70 $660
3 Matthew Fallon 95 $300
4 Bryce Watkins 22 $200
5 Stephen Jelfs 65 $100
6 Matthew Ferber 28 $100
7 James Grant 120 $50
8 Luke Stewart 160 $50
Time: 2-20.98


1000m Women
1 Courtney Ryder 180 $500
2 Tasmin McMahon 80 $225
3 Melissa Lloyd 58 $85
4 Melanie Stewart 255 $65
5 Cheryl Zeuner 233 $30
6 Lauren McHugh 124 $30
7 Jane Mudge 60 $20
8 Isabella Partington 200
Time: 2-40.66


1000m U/20's
1 Scott Hargreaves 57 $185
2 Max Stevens 60 $85
3 Corey Watkins 106 $35
4 Tim Earle 52 $20
5 Aiden Miller 56 $10
6 Connor McIvor 80 $10
7 Isabella Partington 180
Time: 2-24.97


1000m Over 35's
1 Mark Hipworth 26 $180
2 Andrew Wright 60 $80
3 Mark Howson 200 $40
4 Geoff Troiano 50 $20
5 Christopher Brown 65 $10
6 Ron Axford 180 $5
7 Nando Princi 85 $5
8 Debbie Roberts 260 $5
Time: 2-39.65


50m Skins Invitation
1 Lauren Edwards $120
2 Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera $60
3 Lynette Mattingly $15
4 Alex Saliu $15
Others
Lyall Weir
Natalie Gibbs
Damian Tohl
Bridgid Connolly

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2 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:17 pm

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Hippo got the bickies next day at Noble Pk.How does he do it.
Perhaps the rest of his squad may try going to bed early as well !!!!!!!!!!!!!

3 - on Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:40 am

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Found it very strange that the Athlete of the Carnival was awarded to Corey Baker. Taking nothing away from Baker, I'm not sure how megan Letton didn't win that award. beat two class Womens fields, and whilst baker won the most prestigious Sash on teh ngiht, his double doesn't comapre to Megans.

IMO, at the very least, it should have been a shared award. Even Terry McAuliffe seemed surprised, and rightly so.

4 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:16 am

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I agree in most years the women's 120/300 double wins the athlete of the meet. But here we had a remarkable situation where a novice won the 70m and the Gift. Rarely does a novice athlete win the 70m & the major Gift (off the novice marks) on the same day. (I know Tom Sclanders did it at Whyalla but Tom was not running off the novice mark in the Gift)

Corey Baker won off the novice marks and had 5 starts (as opposed to 4) for the night.

Megan Letton's was a good effort but she won off marks well in advance of the novice and to say the women's 120m was a "class field" is ridiculous. I think the current standard of the women's 120m is ordinary. Very few are in 'PB' shape and most would not break 13s for the 100m.

Relatively speaking, the novice 70m was a better field than the women's 120m.

The 120m Gift was the best standard & highest quality race of the night. It's a lot harder to win off the novice marks than front marks - so the quality of the performance relative to the mark & field has to be considered.

Winning off 14.25m in an ordinary field is not on the same scale as an athlete winning the prestige major race of the carnival off the novice mark.

The women's 300m was a good field, lifted substantially by the presence of Stephanie Mollica and Andrea Di Paolo. Megan's win in the women's 300m was a very good win, but again, she had a good mark relative to the rest of the field and in particular the backmarkers.

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5 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 1:32 pm

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When an award is selected at someones or some peoples descretion there will always be people that disagree ,thats why we are humans.
Imagine if Edwards had won the 120m gift ,would the skins and gift tipped her over the line.

A couple of Athlete of the meets where I disagreed in the past and this is only my opinion are the Loxton meet last year when Sam Osmond with his under 17 win beat Amy Robb with her win and second.
Also last years Camden Classic meeting ,I thought Peter Hydes effort to win the distance event off one of the back marks was a better performance than Andreas but we have a selection panal and wether right or wrong they make the decision.

6 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 2:04 pm

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tooshay to you whispers. panal makes a decision and thats it, wether we like it or not.

Lauren Edwards couldn't win the 120m GIFT and the Skins. The Skins is for runners not in the Gift.
if she did win the GIFT, she would have won the Athlete of the meet hands down! First chick to win it!
The Gift is the big race, a runner wins that and another, he wins athlete of the meet.
hypothetical.....I wonder if Alicia WD entered and got 12.00m, could she make the final?


7 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:05 pm

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Sorry Morphy I meant Womans Gift.
Edwards finsihed second in the Womans Gift.
Could she have won athlete of the meet if she had have won that plus the skins which she did

8 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:08 pm

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It's a tough decision..

I think when you have two athletes do a double, then maybe there should be a consideration of the marks relative to each athletes fields.
But there is still a question of whether or not that should be such a persuasive factor, as after all, is pro running not based on delegated marks according to individual ability? And therefore, about individual improvement, rising to the occasion, etc.?
I guess in this sense one could argue that Josh Ross winning a gift off 4m is not a very spectacular run, even though 4m itself is quite impressive.

Because of this, what I think maybe should be considered first is the versatility of the events won. In my opinion, a 70 is more closely paired with a 120 than a 300 to a 120.

Prestige is important of course. The 120 open, clearly wins. But the 120 women’s and 300 women’s beats the 70 Novice. So you’ve got 1st & 4th vs. 2nd & 3rd
I know you have a different opinion on the 70 novice field vs. the 120 women’s. But you've got Bay finalists, recent women’s gift winners, and Camden finalists/winners in the 120 women’s...

What do ya reckon...

9 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:42 pm

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Youngy,

Another quiet year for you.

1st Flinders 70m
1st Henley womens 120m
1st Whyalla 120m
1st Whyalla 70m novice
1st pre bay womens 70m
1st Brighton womens 120m
1st Brighton mens 120m
1st Brighton 70m
1st Bay U14 120m
1st Bay womens 70m
2nd and Equal 3rd Bay 120m
1st Tea Tree Gully 200m
1st Tea Tree Gully 800m
1st Tea Tree Gully 1000m novice
1st Camden u20 120m
1st Hectorville 120m
1st Loxton 70m novice
1st Loxton 120m
1st Loxton 1000m

Have I missed any? Many placings in there as well.

2 thumbs up to you.






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10 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:22 pm

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Great effort by Corey Baker to win the 70m Novice and 120m Open on the same Loxton program. My memory tells me another runner has done it previously but don't have the results handy. Can anyone remember if it's been done before?

11 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:02 am

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Launders??? 70novice gift
youngy has also had
geers do the 120 under20's and novice not as big
but still good effort youngy knows how to get his
runners to do the double at loxton that's for sure Smile

12 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:08 am

Colin Rowston


Bingo! That's the one - Steve Landers did the same double.

13 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 8:20 am

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Its good to see that even Youngy can listen to and take advice.
If you can remember he took quite a few hits over Richards winning an open event before being given opportunities to win his Novice.
Its quite noticable this season that Schlanders and Baker have both won their novices before winning an open.
Young runners enjoy winning sashes and its good to see that these runners have been managed a little better to enable them to have a Novice sash hanging on their walls.
Its one sash that you will never win if you let the opportunity slip by.

14 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:28 am

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Interesting comments Whispers....

From where I sit, there was no 'mistake' with Brett Richards. And I certainly haven't responded to any criticism of my 'handling' of Richards. Those who criticise are searching for reasons to slag off rather than making an informed judgement. So I take it with a grain of salt.

I was not at Tea Tree Gully when Brett won the 70m double. The fact a 16 year old could win an open sprint was more a reflection of the lack of form and/or fitness of older & more experienced athletes off better marks. It was a pleasant surprise to hear he could win two 70m finals 10mins apart.

On the contrary to the 'criticism', the confidence and race conditioning Richards got from TTG contributed to him running a huge PB & winning the bronze medal in the national U/17 100m championship, a few weeks later.

It's up to the individual and depends on where they are in the scheme of things - but some athletes are happy to bypass a novice sash if it means they get to win a medal at the junior nationals.

After all there are a lot more novice sash winners going around in SA than there are athletes with a 100m medal from the nationals.


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15 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:03 am

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Just for the record, had the athlete of the meet been awarded to Megan Letton, I certainly would not have raised it as an issue on this forum. It's not an award we set out to win when we attend a meet. But when it does fall our way it is much appreciated.

I think the award this year probably reflects how difficult it is for the Gift winner to be considered unless they do something remarkable like double up with the novice 70m. No athlete can win the Gift/Open 300m double because of the programming (Gift final after the 300m final); so the novice race is the only race available to the Gift winner to score a rare nomination for the 'athlete of the meet.' It suggests there was a decent analysis done of the likelihood of which double is harder to achieve.


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16 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:27 pm

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I personally don't entirely agree with going for a Novice before doing the Open events. I believe if you are already capable of competing and more importantly, winning an Open event then by all means go for it. Leave the Novice events for those that are actual Novices and need the competition and morale boost.

I know I've never won any Novice event and still have the opportunity to enter them in some event brackets but won't because I'm competitive when entering Open events. I'd rather focus my efforts on the main event and leave the Novice for those that truly need it.

Yes, a sash is a sash but I would rather work for a sash and enter a race with uncertainty. Being in great form, entering a Novice knowing I should win and winning, just wouldn't feel like a sash to me.

My opinion is probably in the minority but that's my 2c anyway.

17 Loxton Results on Wed Feb 29, 2012 8:36 pm

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The current S.A. Handicapper was also able to achieve a similar result at the big Port Pirie Meet a few years back now, winning a 120 Novice then also saluting in the Open 400 Meter Race. This would also rate fairly high.Going into the meet the stable were fairly confident of running well in both events.

18 Nice run Baker. on Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:03 pm

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HAROLD HOLT wrote:Found it very strange that the Athlete of the Carnival was awarded to Corey Baker. Taking nothing away from Baker, I'm not sure how megan Letton didn't win that award. beat two class Womens fields, and whilst baker won the most prestigious Sash on teh ngiht, his double doesn't comapre to Megans.

IMO, at the very least, it should have been a shared award. Even Terry McAuliffe seemed surprised, and rightly so.


I find the term " Taking nothing away from Baker " right up there with ...... " no disrespect but..." When people use these terms that's exactly what they're doing. Baker ran exceptional and his times were awesome. His markers were more impressive than those of Letton and therefore even Blind Freddy could see that it went to a worthy winner. Not sure what you were looking at Harold Holt, you must have been tired after your long swim.

19 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:06 pm

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I don't think Harold Halt took anything away from Corey Baker. He clearly states that it's his oppinion that he is wanting to share. and he shares it without belittling anyone.

20 Re: Loxton RESULTS - Sat 25th Feb 2012 on Fri Mar 16, 2012 8:34 pm

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Well done Corey keep up the good work bud!!

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