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1 Re: AAC Awards on Mon Aug 20, 2012 7:41 am

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Thanks JH.

Without knowing all the achievements of some of the award winners, they all seem fair enough.

Maybe the coach of the year, where Matt Beckenham had winners in three states including the Burnie Gift and Stawell Women's 120m. Always feel the AAC awards should reflect national results.

Andrew Robinson as Sprinter of the Year is a fitting reward for Robbo's outstanding season with several podium finishes and major wins at Latrobe & Keilor where he became the first Tasmanian to win the Keilor Gift.


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2 Re: AAC Awards on Mon Aug 20, 2012 8:14 am

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Thanks for support Youngy but a Huge congrats to Roger and his squad for a wonderful season and all credit to him for receiving the award.

Well done to all other award winners too and see you all around the country somewhere soon.

Important year for Pro running across the country I believe so let's ensure we all work together to strengthen this great sport we all feel so passionate about.
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3 Re: AAC Awards on Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:50 am

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Not diminishing the results of Roger Fabri, more just reflecting on the coaches who we know travelled and were successful interstate.

Well done to Roger. No doubt his squad had a fantastic season.

If Dan or anyone from the NSWAL (maybe a member of Roger's squad) can provide a list of Roger's athletes' achievements in 2011/2012 we would be grateful.





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4 Re: AAC Awards on Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:53 am

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SA failed to send nominations.. Really?

5 Re: AAC Awards on Tue Aug 21, 2012 11:09 am

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Thanks to a Tassie correspondent who has emailed the following information through.

AAC Sprinter of the Year

Andrew Robinson (Tasmania)

All races are TAL unless noted.

Sashes
Central Coast 120m Gift
PCCT Burnie 400m Open
Latrobe 120m Gift
Burnie 400m Open
Keilor 120m Gift (VAL)

Second
Central Coast Penguin 400m Open
Launceston 100m Open
Launceston 200m Gift
Devonport Trials 300m Open
Richmond 120m Gift

Third
Central Coast Penguin 70m Open
PCCT Burnie 100m Gift
Ballarat (VAL) 70m Open

Other notable performances:
4th Ballarat (VAL) 120m Gift
4th Devonport 200m
4th Hobart 300m Open
4th St Helens 70m Open
4th Richmond 70m Open
5th Devonport 400m Gift
5th Hobart 100m Gift

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