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Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013

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1 Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:24 am

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Henley Gift Carnival
Friday 2nd November 2013


Warm night, mid 20's. Little breeze, slight tail wind, but negligible effect. Track was ordinary with a few uneven, ungrassed areas. Disappointing surface considering the ground is used for District cricket.

120m Henley Gift FINAL
1 Neil Thomas (10.25) 12.73
2 Ryan Hancock (9.75) 12.77
3 James Cibich (7.00) 12.84
4 Alex Bubner (5.00) 12.96
5 Luke Houlihan (8.00) 13.03
6 Lachlan Sheffield (8.00) 13.08


120m Women FINAL
1 Hayley Openshaw (11.75) 14.33
2 Lauren McHugh (19.50) 14.44
3 Hettie Driscoll (14.25) 14.58
4 Amie Mittiga (9.00) 14.676
5 Natasha Inglis (12.50) 14.682
6 Lucy Buckley (11.00) 14.77


120m U/17's FINAL
1 Lewis Abdul (13.50) 12.82
2 Keegan Knoll (9.00) 13.03
3 Kyle Roberts (13.75) 13.05
4 Joshua Stangroome (16.50) 13.10
5 Calen Adams (8.00) 13.15
6 Patricia Dimitrak (35.00) 13.19


120m Over 35's FINAL
1 David Miller (8.75) 13.48
2 Ross Nitschke (8.00) 13.55
3 Peter Biggs (14.50) 13.65
4 Shane Grimwade (9.25) 13.67
5 Sue Turner (26.50) 13.78
6 Alex Jefferies (17.50) 13.80
7 Trudy Schrapel (25.75) 13.85
8 David Wilczek (9.75) 13.90


400m Open FINAL
1 Alex Bubner (8.) 49.07
2 Ashley Brown (32) 49.57
3 Matthew Cousins (33) 49.76
4 Robert Kane (26) 49.84
5 Robert Killmier (24) 50.11
6 Jack Sutton (24) 50.31
7 Josh Dawkins (22) 50.46
8 Simon Thompson (40) 50.67
9 Reece Turner (22) 51.22


400m Women (Straight) FINAL
1 Amy Robb (42) 56.30
2 Hettie Driscoll (50) 56.53
3 Lucy Buckley (34) 56.71
4 Chantel Seaforth (56) 56.87
5 Bridgid Connolly (19) 57.03
6 Eleni Glouftsis (50) 57.61
7 Lauren McHugh (52) 57.88
8 Trudy Scrapel (60) 58.38
9 Tamara Ng (34) 59.58
10 Debbie DeVizio (80) 1-01.73
11 Emily Young (28) 1-02.41
12 Isabella Partington (65) 1-02.59
13 Caitlin Sheehy (28) 1-04.22


400m U/20's FINAL
1 Fraser Huggett (40) 49.97
2 Lewis Abdul (28) 50.17
3 Connor McIvor (26) 50.47
4 Kyle Roberts (38) 50.66
5 Jacobi Ponury (24) 52.34
6 Deng Bulabek (16) 52.57
7 Grainne Henry (96) 52.91
8 Zane Butcher (26) 53.34
9 Hayden Rothe (28) 55.19


400m U/14's (Straight) FINAL
1 Hamish Petherick (35) 52.76
2 Casy Buchanan (40) 54.21
3 Matassia Messent (60) 54.70
4 Sam Whitbread (15) 54.96
5 Lachlan Burrows (35) 56.24
6 Molly Farmer (50) 57.01
7 Sebastian Jurado (80) 57.62
8 Lauren Payne (50) 58.29
9 Stephanie Bevan (70) 58.76


800m Open FINAL
1 Matthew Konetschka (74) 1-54.99
2 Jordan Harvey (80) 1-55.51
3 Murlin Remphrey (66) 1-55.74
4 Tom Lancaster (65) 1-55.81
5 Bradley Kitto (80) 1-56.58
6 James Grant (110) 1-57.40
7 Damian Robinson (66) 1-59.35
8 Dillon Tee (84) 2-00.30


800m O/35's FINAL
1 Salvador Jurado (44)  2-07.26
2 Steve Wilson (30) 2-07.48
3 Andrew Wright (44) 2-08.20
4 Ray Earle (150) 2-11.04
5 Mark Howson (150) 2-11.86
6 Peter Brennan (70) 2-15.12
7 Alex Jefferies (1006) 2-22.36
DNS Gregor Dingwall (45)



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2 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sat Nov 02, 2013 9:55 am

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Final of the Open 400m won by Alex Bubner



Henley Gift 3 semi finals & Final.



Under 17's 120m three semi finals.


Women's semi finals & Final

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3 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sat Nov 02, 2013 2:07 pm

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Is there a time for 4th in the 120m over35's final?

4 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 9:00 am

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Added the time Over 35er. Sorry about that, It was after 12.00am by the time I got them posted, made a couple of mistakes. Now fixed.

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5 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 10:21 am

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Over 35's 120m FINAL



Heat 3 of the Under 20's 400m where Deng Bulabek gets checked going around the field. It appears the athlete in yellow, Zayne Butcher wasn't aware that Deng was coming past when he steps out to go around Rachel Fisk.



Under 14's 400m won by Hamish Petherick



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6 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 5:43 pm

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Cheers, you do a great job, good to see the replay too. Thanks.

7 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 6:29 pm

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Buber starting to move like he used too.
His mark will be extremely Handy for him one would think.

8 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Sun Nov 03, 2013 9:01 pm

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Honeymoon periods over.
Three meetings into the season and its time to take action on all those that are causing interference in races by not following the correct proceedures when moving out or moving in when running in the circle events.
Youngy highlighted one of a few that occurred Fri evening but if something isnt done now someone is going to get hurt running at the Bay where theres not a real lot of room for error.
Problem seems to have increased in recent years where younger athletes are coming straight from running in lanes at Santos and School to having none at the Pro meets.
Also did anyone else see the SLEEPERS in the 400m.You would think when the backmarker comes round ,you either try and go with him or try and get his back to get yourself into the race.
Obviously two of the sleepers didnt really learn a real lot from the Port 550m where they ran similar tactical races.

9 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Mon Nov 04, 2013 9:21 am

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Under 17's 120m Final

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10 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Mon Nov 04, 2013 9:38 am

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Completely agree with your first statement there whispers! there is nothing more frustrating than someone jumping out in front of you as you try passing them.
A few other issues that obviously had to be brought to the table between coaches and officials of the league also in a few rather intense displays.

With only 3 people that have been in both finals 1 has 2 podiums to his name which somewhat narrows it down.
Although maybe another in the final who had an exceptionally good finish could have gone a little earlier I thought it was a good all round race with the most impressive run I have witnessed live from a back marker.
Bubner certainly looking the goods this season!!

11 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:26 am

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Most Impressive run from a backmarker has to be Duncan Tippens in his Camden Win. if you haven't seen it, google it! well worth the watch

12 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:28 am

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Yea I have seen it but unfortunately I didn't get to see that one live.

13 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Mon Nov 04, 2013 12:04 pm

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As most people who regularly read this forum would know, I've been disappointed by the decline in the standard of the men's 400m running in SA.

In 2008 SA boasted 5 sub 47.10 athletes who were ranked in the  top twenty 400m athletes in the country.

It has declined through the last five years to where we are as at November 2013, with not a single athlete, this calendar year, breaking 49secs. The best time by a SA athlete this year is 49.67 by a decathlete - Jarrod Sims.

Alex Bubner ran a PB at the age of 19 of 47.04 (Jan 2008) and went to the 2006 World Juniors as a 17 year old, running 47.4

What we saw on Friday was Alex returning to his best event and demonstrating what he is capable of. In terms of where it puts Alex at the moment, my guess it is around 48.2 shape.

It was a terrific run, the best of the night and the best run in a 400m race, pro or amateur, we've seen by a male SA athlete for over 18 months.

But it needs to be put into perspective that the athletes he beat are barely 51/52sec runners (off the peg) and Bubner should be able to beat these blokes, conceding around 20m, even when he's over a second off PB shape.

(Mind you, the lack of early pace shown by some of them in the first 200m, was pretty ordinary. Alex shouldn't be catching them inside the first 200m.)

If anything we hope it gives Bubner the confidence to run a 400 out at SANTOS and see him back into the low 47's.

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14 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:44 pm

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Very well said.. Will be interesting

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As most people who read this forum would know, I've been disappointed by the decline in the standard of the men's 400m running in SA.

In 2008 SA boasted 5 sub 47.10 athletes who were ranked in the  top twenty 400m athletes in the country.

It has declined through the last five years to where we are as at November 2013, with not a single athlete, this calendar year, breaking 49secs. The best time by a SA athlete this year is 49.67 by a decathlete - Jarrod Sims.

Alex Bubner ran a PB at the age of 19 of 47.04 (Jan 2008) and went to the 2006 World Juniors as a 17 year old, running 47.4

What we saw on Friday was Alex returning to his best event and demonstrating what he is capable of. In terms of where it puts Alex at the moment, my guess it is around 48.2 shape.

It was a terrific run, the best of the night and the best run in a 400m race, pro or amateur, we've seen by a male SA athlete for over 18 months.

But it needs to be put into perspective that the athletes he beat are barely 51/52sec runners (off the peg) and Bubner should be able to beat these blokes, conceding around 20m, even when he's over a second off PB shape.

(Mind you, the lack of early pace shown by some of them in the first 200m, was pretty ordinary. Alex shouldn't be catching them inside the first 200m.)

If anything we hope it gives Bubner the confidence to run a 400 out at SANTOS and see him back into the low 47's.

15 Re: Henley RESULTS - Friday 2nd Nov 2013 on Wed Nov 13, 2013 6:55 pm

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[quote="Admin"]Henley Gift Carnival
Friday 2nd November 2013


Warm night, mid 20's. Little breeze, slight tail wind, but negligible effect. Track was ordinary with a few uneven, ungrassed areas. Disappointing surface considering the ground is used for District cricket.

120m Henley Gift FINAL
1 Neil Thomas (10.25) 12.73
2 Ryan Hancock (9.75) 12.77
3 James Cibich (7.00) 12.84
4 Alex Bubner (5.00) 12.96
5 Luke Houlihan (8.00) 13.03
6 Lachlan Sheffield (8.00) 13.08




Does anyone have the times for the semifinals and heats of the 120 open

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