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Whyalla (SAAL) ENTRY LIST (provisional only)

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1 Whyalla (SAAL) ENTRY LIST (provisional only) on Wed Nov 07, 2012 11:28 am

youngy

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Below is the provisional entry list for Whyalla. There has been some problems trying to process one day regos for local athletes so there may be some locals to add. Anyone who believes they have entered for Whyalla and is not on the list please contact Deb Osmond ASAP.

Whyalla Gift Carnival
17th November 2012


70m Novice
1 Nickolas Berry
2 Ashley Brown
3 Adam Coote
4 Jason Davis
5 Josh Dawkins
6 Eugene DeVizio
7 Greg Franks
8 Nicholas Giles
9 David Girolamo
10 Brian Hart
11 Alex Jefferies
12 Peter Kipreou
13 Dane Laing
14 Jessica Macolino
15 Hayley Orman
16 Jake Stangewitz
17 Kim Staporski
18 Rafal Staporski
19 Troy Welfare
20 Valentino Yuel


120m Open
1 Sebastian Baird
2 Todd Bateman
3 Luke Buchanan
4 Deng Bulabek
5 James Cibich
6 Adam Coote
7 Jarrad Dartnall
8 Jason Davis
9 Josh Dawkins
10 Nicholas Giles
11 David Gross
12 Ryan Hancock
13 Dylan Hicks
14 Tim Johnson
15 Peter Kipreou
16 Ben Koschade
17 Dane Laing
18 Bradley Letton
19 David Palmer
20 Shaun Ryder
21 Brad Schutz
22 Tom Sclanders
23 Christopher Simpson
24 Paul Taylor
25 Stephan Thiel
26 Duncan Tippins
27 Clint Tobin
28 Clay Watkins
29 Troy Welfare
30 Riordan Welsh
31 Ben Wright
32 Valentino Yuel


120m Women
1 Claire Ashman
2 Sarah Ayling
3 Bridgid Connolly
4 Andrea Di Paolo
5 Rommi Driscoll
6 Lauren Edwards
7 Lauren Foote
8 Anthea Kotyla
9 Megan Letton
10 Jessica Macolino
11 Lynette Mattingly
12 Lauren McHugh
13 Cloe Neophytou
14 Yasmin Openshaw
15 Amy Robb
16 Katherine Robb
17 Kim Staporski
18 Ali Trewartha
19 Natasha Wright


120m Under 20
1 Sebastian Baird
2 Deng Bulabek
3 Scott Hargreaves
4 Brodi Higgins
5 Matthew Konetschka
6 Daniel Kriticos
7 Hayley Orman
8 Valentino Yuel


300m Over 35
1 Mark Beveridge
2 Christopher Brown
3 Eugene DeVizio
4 Debbie DeVizio
5 Ray Earle
6 Richard Everson
7 Brendan Golden
8 Mark Howson
9 Alex Jefferies
10 Richard McMahon
11 Ali Saliu
12 Rafal Staporski
13 Duncan Tippins
14 Geoff Troiano
15 Sue Turner
16 John Turner
17 Cheryl Zeuner


300m Open
1 Nickolas Berry
2 Christopher Brown
3 Ashley Brown
4 Luke Buchanan
5 Deng Bulabek
6 James Cibich
7 Adam Coote
8 Ben Crawford
9 Jarrad Dartnall
10 Josh Dawkins
11 Nicholas Giles
12 David Girolamo
13 Brian Golden
14 David Gross
15 Ryan Hage
16 Scott Hargreaves
17 Tim Johnson
18 Brad Jones
19 Bradley Letton
20 David Palmer
21 Shaun Ryder
22 Brad Schutz
23 Tom Sclanders
24 Christopher Simpson
25 Jake Stangewitz
26 Stephan Thiel
27 Clint Tobin
28 Clay Watkins
29 Troy Welfare
30 Riordan Welsh
31 Ben Wright


300m Women
1 Claire Ashman
2 Bridgid Connolly
3 Debbie DeVizio
4 Andrea Di Paolo
5 Rommi Driscoll
6 Lauren Edwards
7 Anthea Kotyla
8 Megan Letton
9 Jessica Macolino
10 Lynette Mattingly
11 Lauren McHugh
12 Yasmin Openshaw
13 Amy Robb
14 Katherine Robb
15 Lisa Roberts
16 Courtney Ryder
17 Kim Staporski
18 Ali Trewartha
19 Paige White
20 Cheryl Zeuner


800m Open
1 Mark Beveridge
2 Ashley Brown
3 Christopher Brown
4 Leif Christensen
5 Ben Crawford
6 Matthew Fallon
7 David Girolamo
8 Brian Golden
9 James Grant
10 Ryan Hage
11 Scott Hargreaves
12 Mark Hipworth
13 Brad Jones
14 Robert Killmier
15 Connor McIvor
16 Richard McMahon
17 Damian Robinson
18 Christopher Ross
19 Rafal Staporski
20 Luke Stewart
21 Geoff Troiano
22 Bryce Watkins


1600m Open
1 Ben Crawford
2 Matthew Fallon
3 James Grant
4 Mark Hipworth
5 Stephen Jelfs
6 Robert Killmier
7 Matthew Konetschka
8 Richard McMahon
9 Damian Robinson
10 Christopher Ross
11 Luke Stewart
12 Shane Thiele
13 Geoff Troiano
14 Bryce Watkins


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2012 Whyalla nominations are up 14.4% on 2011. Overall there are 183 entries compared to 160 in 2011.

2012 Numbers
(2011)
70m Novice - 20 (15)
120m Gift - 32 (26)
120m Women - 19 (14)
120m U/20's - 8 (7)
300m O/35's - 17 (21)
300m Open - 31 (25)
300m Women - 20 (17)
800m Open - 22 (21)
1600m Open - 14 (14)




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Real worried about this meeting, seems the same stables and same athletes supporting it each year.
Percentage of athletes are up this year but thats only after extended nomination date and when you compare Whyalla 183 entries with Port 295, Flinders 334 and Henley 396 it just doesnt add up.
I know its 4 hrs away and it stacks up against year 12 exams and schoolies but the fact that its the only Pro meet in almost a month should having athletes wanting to compete.
Really feel for this meet.Maybe we need to program under 14 and under 17 races at this meeting and try and entice the local kids to run pros for the day.
Whyalla Little As put on events on the day and there seems to be some pretty big kids running around in those.Perhaps they think running in under 20s is a little bit daunting.
I just think we maybe need to call for more local participation to prop up what is a very good Gift if people arent prepared to travel.

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And its still open for nominations, remove this stupid limit crap, and I'm there. Same old discussion, but at least the numbers are up.

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Maybe 35er its time to allocate the marks then drag the backmarker back to scratch and scrap the limits for certain meetings of which Whyalla could be one of them.
Its called 120m Gift, lets make it a fair dinkum 120m where someone actually runs the 120m.
That way athletes like you would still be getting the same advantage over the backmarkers and wouldnt need to be dragged back inside the limit and losing metres unnecessary

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I really like the idea but if someone like caldow is in the race and everyone only goes back half a meter it just about defeats the purpose. If the back marker is off 5 or 6m then it would be fantastic!!

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The answer to that is simple, dont go all the way to scratch go to the .5 and no Caldow on the list of competitors.



Last edited by over35er on Sat Nov 10, 2012 10:09 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : no caldow on list)

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Whyalla unfortunately coincides with World Surf Lifesaving titles beach competition which puts Grange Beachies, Coastals and Caldow firmly off the list.

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