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PROTRACK » Pro Running HISTORY » Constable Scott in charge winning the 1984 Rye Gift (30 years ago)

Constable Scott in charge winning the 1984 Rye Gift (30 years ago)

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Rye Gift 30 years - from the Age archives.
2nd place in the 400m Frontmarkers was a huge run by all accounts. Came from last on the turn, 8 deep on the bend, got knocked down six times, got up and flew home to just miss.......then again, perhaps my memory has faded a bit....
AND has it really been 30 years  since "Knotty" won the Rye 1600m Fronties?



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The Age
Monday 9th January 1984



Police constable Adrian Scott took control at the Rye athletics carnival on Saturday when he flashed home to win the Hillview Quarries 120 metres Gift at the R J Rowley Reserve.

Scott came home in 12.31sec, one-hundreth of a second ahead of Damien O’Donnell with John DeCoite third.

Scotsman George McNeil looked the likely winner with 30 metres to go, but hobbled across the finish line after injuring his right hamstring.


1984
Hillview Quarries 120m Rye Gift

1 Adrian Scott (6.50)
2 Damian O’Donnell (7.75)
3 John DeCoite (3.00)
4 Andy Moore (7.00)
Time: 12.31secs


Rye RSL
70m Open

1 Russell Neil (8.25)
2 Damian O’Donnell (5.75)
3 Doug Armstrong (13.50)
Time: 7.46secs



Rye Chamber of Commerce
100m Novice

1 Colin Flowers (7.75)
2 J Kealy (7.00)
3 M Mulqueen (8.75)
Time: 10.52secs


Wittingslow Amusements
400m Frontmarkers

1 Ray Meyland (36)
2 Paul Young (32)
3 Tom P X Burke (52)
Time:  47.44secs


Rye Hotel
400m Backmarkers

1 Andy Moore (22)
2 Rod Butterss (16)
3 Steve Hocking (18)
Time: 48.39secs


1600m Novice
1 M Maricher (130)
2 D Gyss (110)
3 I Pilling (100)
4 G Ryan (100)
Time: 4-14.74


Rattray & Walker
1600m Frontmarkers

1 John Knott (160)
2 Charlie Pagnoccolo (165)
3 Alan Claire (170)
4 L Boyd (140)
Time: 4-11.03



Clarrie Jennings & Son
1600m Backmarkers

1 P Carroll (150)
2 R Alacqua (120)
3 R Simondson (120)
4 L Paterson (55)
Time: 4-10.48

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