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Tea Tree Gully Handicaps (SAAL) 15th Jan 2011

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1 Tea Tree Gully Handicaps (SAAL) 15th Jan 2011 on Wed Jan 12, 2011 11:33 am

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70m Open

Dale Woodhams 3.75 m
Jordan Tronnolone 4.75 m
Corey Baker 5.00 m
Brett Richards 5.00 m
Lyall Weir 5.00 m
Tim Johnson 5.25 m
Adrian Harris 5.50 m
Bray Rafanelli 5.50 m
Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 5.50 m
Stephan Thiel 5.50 m
James Cibich 5.75 m
Aaron Neale 5.75 m
Nickolas Berry 6.00 m
William Bowie 6.00 m
David Gross 6.00 m
Bradley Letton 6.00 m
Daniel Marks 6.00 m
Leo Santangelo 6.00 m
Michael Nitschke 6.25 m
Daniel Sheehy 6.25 m
Jake Stangewitz 6.75 m
Jarrad Dartnall 7.25 m
Tyson Hancock 7.50 m
Aaron Harrison 7.50 m
David Palmer 7.75 m
Neil Thomas 7.75 m
Ben Wright 7.75 m
Luke Buchanan 8.00 m
Stuart Daddow 8.00 m
Paul Taylor 8.25 m
Brian Hamilton 8.75 m
Anthony Fedele 9.50 m
Mark Donovan 10.00 m
David Wilczek 10.00 m
Brendan Golden 11.75 m
Ali Saliu 11.75 m
Michael Cassidy 12.25 m

70m Women
Tamara Dartnall 4.00 m
Andrea Di Paolo 4.00 m
Bridgid Connolly 4.75 m
Abbey Dunn 5.00 m
Bethany Fairfield 5.50 m
Tamzin Filer 5.50 m
Sarah Thomas 5.50 m
Tara Girolamo 6.00 m
Hayley Openshaw 6.25 m
Amy Robb 6.50 m
Tayce Fry 6.75 m
Nichola Coombe 7.00 m
Jana Tankosic 7.25 m
Lauren Buchanan 7.50 m
Sarah Donovan 8.00 m
Anthea Kotyla 9.00 m
Lucy Buckley 9.50 m
Megan Letton 9.50 m
Lesley Tompson 10.25 m
Aimee Lane 10.75 m
Kathryn Blute 14.50 m

70m Under 17
Brett Richards 3.00 m
Sam Osmond 5.75 m
Kane Russell 6.00 m
Liam Wright 6.00 m
Bray Rafanelli 6.75 m
Grainne Henry 7.00 m
Niamh Henry 7.00 m
Lachlan Sheffield 7.00 m
Angus Stangewitz 7.00 m
Anton Vizzari 7.00 m
Bradley Harvey 7.50 m
Patrick Cusenza 8.00 m
Jakson Messent 8.00 m
Benjamin Wever 8.00 m
Sam O'Grady 10.00 m
Hayden Berryman 12.50 m
Katie Devlin 12.50 m
Margaret Cusenza 14.00 m
Taylah Scapens 14.00 m
Sarah Donovan 15.00 m
Kyla Brown 15.50 m
Tayce Fry 15.50 m
Patricia Dimitrak 18.00 m

200m Open
Alex Saliu 10.00 m
James Cibich 12.00 m
Anthony Varvounis 12.00 m
Ben Koschade 13.00 m
Nickolas Berry 14.00 m
Ashley Brown 14.00 m
Tim Johnson 14.00 m
Bradley Letton 14.00 m
Michael Nitschke 14.00 m
Stephan Thiel 14.00 m
Jordan Tronnolone 14.00 m
Jarrad Watkins 14.00 m
William Bowie 15.00 m
Leo Santangelo 15.00 m
Hayden Cook 16.00 m
Adrian Harris 16.00 m
Tjimarri Sanderson-Milera 16.00 m
Paul Taylor 16.00 m
Neil Thomas 16.00 m
Jarrad Dartnall 17.00 m
David Gross 17.00 m
Ben Wright 18.00 m
David Palmer 19.00 m
Aaron Harrison 20.00 m
Tyson Hancock 22.00 m
Luke Buchanan 23.00 m
Matthew Cousins 23.00 m
Brian Hamilton 23.00 m
Anthony Fedele 28.00 m
Brendan Golden 31.00 m

200m Women
Bridgid Connolly 10.00 m
Tamara Dartnall 10.00 m
Andrea Di Paolo 12.00 m
Tamzin Filer 13.00 m
Sarah Thomas 13.00 m
Abbey Dunn 14.00 m
Cloe Neophytou 17.00 m
Bethany Fairfield 18.00 m
Tara Girolamo 19.00 m
Claire Ashman 20.00 m
Hayley Openshaw 20.00 m
Jana Tankosic 20.00 m
Amy Robb 22.00 m
Lucy Buckley 23.00 m
Tayce Fry 24.00 m
Anthea Kotyla 24.00 m
Megan Letton 24.00 m
Lauren Buchanan 25.00 m
Eleni Glouftsis 26.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 28.00 m
Lesley Tompson 38.00 m
Dominque Edwards 44.00 m
Debbie Roberts 44.00 m

200m Under 20
Alex Saliu 2.00 m
Brett Richards 8.00 m
Sam Osmond 11.00 m
Callum Ritchie 12.00 m
Jake Stangewitz 14.00 m
Liam Wright 14.00 m
Aaron Neale 16.00 m
Ben Sieben 16.00 m
Benjamin Wever 16.00 m
Daniel Marks 17.00 m
Jakson Messent 19.00 m
Lachlan Sheffield 20.00 m
Aaron Jelfs 21.00 m
Riordan Welsh 22.00 m
Brad Jones 27.00 m
Katie Devlin 30.00 m
Hayden Berryman 35.00 m
Tayce Fry 35.00 m
Sean Roberts 36.00 m
Kyla Brown 40.00 m
Nichola Coombe 40.00 m
Sarah Donovan 40.00 m

200m Over 45
Ali Saliu 10.00 m
Michael Cassidy 18.00 m
Robert Samarcq 19.00 m
Richard McMahon 20.00 m
Mark Donovan 21.00 m
David Jelfs 26.00 m
Ross Hill-Brown 29.00 m
Mark Barnett 31.00 m
Nando Princi 31.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 32.00 m
Mick Abbott 34.00 m
Brett Stokes 34.00 m
Gary Ferber 36.00 m
Mark Howson 38.00 m
Bob Pearce 38.00 m
Ian Reddaway 42.00 m
Kathryn Blute 48.00 m
Lyn Peake 48.00 m

550m Over 35
Michael Hane 0.00 m
Mark Beveridge 10.00 m
Tim Callahan 32.00 m
David Wilczek 34.00 m
Steven Wilson 34.00 m
Richard McMahon 42.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 54.00 m
Cameron White 54.00 m
Robert Samarcq 62.00 m
Nando Princi 65.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 72.00 m
Ray Earle 75.00 m
David Jelfs 76.00 m
Mick Abbott 78.00 m
Ron Axford 80.00 m
Bob Pearce 88.00 m
Mark Barnett 90.00 m
Ian Reddaway 105.00 m
Mark Howson 110.00 m
Debbie Roberts 130.00 m
Peter Noblet 146.00 m

800m Open
James Boden 18.00 m
Robert Killmier 22.00 m
Hayden Cook 36.00 m
Peter Hyde 46.00 m
Christopher Ross 58.00 m
Michael Hane 60.00 m
Ryan Hage 62.00 m
Stephen Jelfs 62.00 m
James Grant 65.00 m
Chad Truscott 65.00 m
Nick Beins 66.00 m
Ashley Brown 66.00 m
Ben Crawford 68.00 m
Matthew Hagias 68.00 m
Steven Gater 70.00 m
Hamish Holmes 75.00 m
Dillon Tee 78.00 m
Mark Beveridge 80.00 m
Matthew Fallon 86.00 m
Ryan Roberts 110.00 m
Richard McMahon 112.00 m
Nando Princi 120.00 m
Luke Stewart 120.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 130.00 m
Mick Abbott 155.00 m

800m Women
Bridgid Connolly 35.00 m
Monique Hollick 42.00 m
Lisa Davis 55.00 m
Claire Ashman 62.00 m
Christine Fenech 70.00 m
Tasmin McMahon 70.00 m
Megan Letton 80.00 m
Sarah Hakendorf 105.00 m
Lauren McHugh 110.00 m
Narrah Luks 120.00 m
Courtney Ryder 150.00 m
Melanie Stewart 150.00 m
Debbie Roberts 170.00 m

1000m Novice
Kane Russell 55.00 m
Tim Earle 60.00 m
Aiden Miller 62.00 m
Ryan Hage 65.00 m
Matthew Hagias 65.00 m
Max Stevens 70.00 m
Aaron Jelfs 75.00 m
Jack Sutton 75.00 m
Nikolas Gray 78.00 m
Steven Evanson 80.00 m
Matthew Nicholls 80.00 m
Corey Watkins 80.00 m
Sean Burton 90.00 m
Karim Ghaoui 90.00 m
James Grant 90.00 m
Matthew Zacher 90.00 m
Monique Hollick 110.00 m
Brad Jones 110.00 m
Luke Stewart 140.00 m

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2 Schedule on Wed Jan 12, 2011 11:42 am

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TEA TREE GULLY ATHLETICS CARNIVAL
Schedule of events
Time Event
6:00pm 550m Over 35 – 2 heats
6:08pm 70m Under 17 – 3 heats
6:20pm 70m Open – 5 heats
6:40pm 70m Women – 3 heats
6:52pm 1000m Novice – Final and Presentation
7:02pm 550m Over 35 – Final and Presentation
7:12pm 70m Under 17 – Final and Presentation
7:22pm 70m Open – Final and Presentation
7:32pm 70m Women – Final and Presentation

7:42 – 7:56pm Official Break


7:56pm 200m Under 20 – 4 heats
8:12pm 200m Over 45 - 3 heats
8:24pm 200m Women – 4 heats
8:40pm 200m Open – 5 heats
9:00pm 800m Open – 2 heats
9:08pm 800m Women – Final and Presentation
9:18pm 200m Under 20 – Final and Presentation
9:28pm 200m Over 45 – Final and Presentation
9:38pm 200m Women – Final and Presentation
9:48pm 200m Open – Final and Presentation

9:58pm 800m Open – Final and Presentation

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70 open
Saliu
Thomas
Taylor

70 women
Thomas
Letton
Fairfield

70 u/17
Osmond
Cusenza
Donovan

200 open
Gross
Letton
Cibich

200 women
Glouftis
Letton
Kustermann

200 o/45
Abbott
Hil-Brown
McMahon

550 o/35
Roberts
Abbott
Wilson

800 open
Crawford
Killmier
Hage

800 women
Connolly
McMahon
McHugh

1000 novice
Earle
Miller
Burton

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The SAAL takes its grand parade to the northern suburbs to kick off the start of the second half of the season with the annual Tea Tree Gully carnival under lights.
It is obvious & somewhat understandable that many have skipped this meet due to the high risk danger of stopping off in the North at night. I generally only pass through these parts if absolutely critical, driving in my car with the windows wound up, doors locked & clocking illegal speeds.

All being said & done I will be there & we may just see someone running for their life…literally.

70m looks a bit light on & some of the picks come off the back of a successful Xmas campaign locally & across the border & in some cases all the way to the apple isle.

A Saliu to win.
An obvious choice after a second to Tui at the bay & second to Caldow at Glenelg.

P Taylor
Tickets Taylor will go close after making the bay 70m final-just ask him. Running well off a big mark that most wont catch him off but don’t think he can catch Saliu.

J Cibich
Impressed me at the bay winning the ever prestigious & sought after 120m restricted. A true race for the up & comers I for one am sure he will carry the form in to the New Year.

D Palmer
This man knows how to win & knows how to make finals. You never discount Sash-a-rama Palmer. I’m not one to make outlandish comments so believe me when I say this man is a guaranteed finalist.

N Thomas
Winner at Pre-bay & should account for most of the field quite easily

D Gross
A sensation at the Bay & will follow the good form through to this one without a shadow of a doubt

200m looks equally light in numbers & may be a heat winner’s only situation. Some may find the going tough over 200m so fitness & heart will be telling factors.

B Koschade to win
Looked good at the bay & was rumoured to be slightly underdone. Looks to have the field covered for mine & those glorious flowing locks will carry him over the finishing tape first.

B Wright
Fancy him over this distance off a nice mark for what he can do. Think he’s got the Wright stuff baby.

B Letton
On face value he looks a little large for a 200m but looks can be deceiving. A recent victor who is known for excessive diving and falling over. Could be an Italian soccer player.

M Nitschke
Was going to pick Tronnolone but hear he is injured so I’ve thrown in the skinny blonde sex symbol of the field

D Gross
Coming in to nice week, I had to pick him in both the 70 & 200.

J Dartnall
Bit hot & cold this season but likes these small races & looked sharp in the 200m at Flinders. A former restricted winner so has the pedigree

An inspirational quote to finish by a former SAAL coach of the year & Star Wars legend Yoda

‘Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose’

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Is Burton allowed to run the novice? didnt he win the 1600m novice at Glenelg before the bay?

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NSB.

Might be time to pull your head in a little mate.
To use your starting words the way you have is way out of line and completely disrespectful to the good people that have tried their hardest to organise a meet for YOU TO RUN AT.
Might be time for you to have a few words to the organising committee at the club to voice your concerns about the area personally.

Youngy, in the 3 or so months that i have looked at this forum i have enjoyed the fact that on the whole you have tried to maintain it in a fairly controlled way. This sort of crap helps no-one.

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i could play the violin or get some tissues for you?

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Keep up the great work NSB, I find your posts a good read and full of humour (although clearly some readers don't have a sense of humour and need to lighten up).

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Please find below edited copy of Tea Tree Gully Preview for local distribution.

The enviable locale of Tea Tree Gully aptly named due to the abundance of Tea Trees growing around the natural springs in the gully will set a picturesque backdrop for one of the feature carnivals on the SAAL circuit under lights this coming Saturday night.
The local businesses have generously opened their wallets offering sponsorship dollars after shaking off Adelaidenow.com’s scathing article of late last year where they offered the following unjustified remark, ‘Adelaide's worst performing suburb was Tea Tree Gully which recorded an 18 per cent drop to $337,250 over the year’. Nevertheless, the full town population of 7766 people is expected to be in attendance to see some of the best sprint & distance racing in South Australia for the year so far.

70m looks a bit light on & some of the picks come off the back of a successful Xmas campaign locally & across the border & in some cases all the way to the apple isle.

A Saliu to win.
An obvious choice after a second to Tui at the bay & second to Caldow at Glenelg.

P Taylor
Tickets Taylor will go close after making the bay 70m final-just ask him. Running well off a big mark that most wont catch him off but don’t think he can catch Saliu.

J Cibich
Impressed me at the bay winning the ever prestigious & sought after 120m restricted. A true race for the up & comers I for one am sure he will carry the form in to the New Year.

D Palmer
This man knows how to win & knows how to make finals. You never discount Sash-a-rama Palmer. I’m not one to make outlandish comments so believe me when I say this man is a guaranteed finalist.

N Thomas
Winner at Pre-bay & should account for most of the field quite easily

D Gross
A sensation at the Bay & will follow the good form through to this one without a shadow of a doubt

200m looks equally light in numbers & may be a heat winner’s only situation. Some may find the going tough over 200m so fitness & heart will be telling factors.

B Koschade to win
Looked good at the bay & was rumoured to be slightly underdone. Looks to have the field covered for mine & those glorious flowing locks will carry him over the finishing tape first.

B Wright
Fancy him over this distance off a nice mark for what he can do. Think he’s got the Wright stuff baby.

B Letton
On face value he looks a little large for a 200m but looks can be deceiving. A recent victor who is known for excessive diving and falling over. Could be an Italian soccer player.

M Nitschke
Was going to pick Tronnolone but hear he is injured so I’ve thrown in the skinny blonde sex symbol of the field

D Gross
Coming in to nice week, I had to pick him in both the 70 & 200.

J Dartnall
Bit hot & cold this season but likes these small races & looked sharp in the 200m at Flinders. A former restricted winner so has the pedigree

An inspirational quote to finish by a former SAAL coach of the year & Star Wars legend Yoda

‘Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose’

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Not good wrote:NSB.


Youngy, in the 3 or so months that i have looked at this forum i have enjoyed the fact that on the whole you have tried to maintain it in a fairly controlled way. This sort of crap helps no-one.


OK "Not good"

At least NSB has taken the effort to talk up the TTG meet so there's some kudos there.

There was nothing personal in what NSB has written. It was just a general comment. I didn't think there was anything offensive about it, but your point is taken and NSB, in his own way, has addressed it.

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From the "other " forum

Anonymous wrote:
The SAAL takes its grand parade to the northern suburbs to kick off the start of the second half of the season with the annual Tea Tree Gully carnival under lights.
It is obvious & somewhat understandable that many have skipped this meet due to the high risk danger of stopping off in the North at night. I generally only pass through these parts if absolutely critical, driving in my car with the windows wound up, doors locked & clocking illegal speeds.

All being said & done I will be there & we may just see someone running for their life…literally.

GREAT STUFF
MAY BE JUST WHATS REQUIRED TO BURY THIS MEETING AND MAKE ONE LESS TO COMPETE AT.
Was talking to someone from TTG last night and the meeting is a year to year propprsition.
They have no real allegiance to the Saal and only put the meeting on to promote their club and athletics in the Northern area.Therefore they dont feel compelled to carry on.
They dont make any money out of the meeting and any money made from the barbie and canteen is used to prop up the shortfall from not being able to cover all races with sponsors.
I hope my informant is wrong but if the old heads at the top of the club move on the meeting will topple over.
Maybe it will give you the opportunity to put your hand up and run one.
We certainly dont need negative comments such as your.Perhaps approach the club and sponsor a race for next year.
That goes for anyone out there willing to sponsor a race ,maybe contact the club this Sat night.
I know the committee work hard up there at the Gully and we really do need to keep a meeting in the north for the benefit of the Saal.

Youngy!

This was exactly my sentiments previously.

To say nothing offensive here, well maybe you should put it to the organising committee and see if they agree with you.

Yes it was supposed to be a bit of fun from NSB and some of his previous posts have certainly been that but on this occaision it has been through having a go an area that as I previously stated has put on a meet for the leagues runners to go round at. The committee is small and extremely hard working and may just say stuff it for next year if that is the way this event is viewed.

Yes I am involved with the club and am extremely proud of what they do and hopefully it will be well attended tomorrow.

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Not Good,

What a load of crap. You are drawing a long bow and getting a damn sight precious about an off the cuff remark that had little to do with the actual meeting.

In the past NSB has had a friendly dig at lots of people (I've copped it occasionally...) but never has he written it with malice. That's NSB's humour - it is was not meant to offend anyone at TTG.

There was not one suggestion in anything NSB said that could reflect poorly on the TTG meet organisers.

Of course we're all grateful to TTG for running the meet. Dave Jelfs & co do a fantastic job and we're looking forward to heading to TTG tomorrow.

At least NSB offered a preview, something no-one else seems to want to do.

Maybe you'd prefer we make no mention of TTG at all on this forum?

Enjoy the sport and stop looking for negatives.....

PS: I'm not sure you're not having a crack just for the sake of it...it is hard to take your whinge seriously.

btw, you don't barrack for Port Adelaide do you?


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I agree. Dont want to discourage NSB by picking out one negative comment and losing sleep over it. can do without the pc sensitivity. TTG is a good meet. I'm coming from the west suburbs and I'm looking forward to it.

14 Silly on Fri Jan 14, 2011 2:43 pm

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You've just made yourself look silly. Everyone else can see a funny side to this. You've just shown everyone how in trouble the meet must really be.

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LET'S GET BACK TO THE MEET AND TIPS!!!

70 OPEN
CIBICH

200 OPEN
LETTON

200 WOMEN
GLOUFTSIS

800 OPEN
BODEN

16 northern hospitality on Fri Jan 14, 2011 8:24 pm

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I'm sure NSB will be happy coming up to TTG Saturday night as after the heats he can enjoy the BBQ and watch the finals Razz

17 btw on Fri Jan 14, 2011 8:31 pm

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btw NSB seems to occasionally be on the edge of being offensive, this case I do see the humour, but it has got personal in the past, just ask Becks re: Loxton a few years ago

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o35er wrote:btw NSB seems to occasionally be on the edge of being offensive, this case I do see the humour, but it has got personal in the past, just ask Becks re: Loxton a few years ago

Last comment was not necessary, O35er. That's the last reference to NSB's commentary that will be allowed on this thread.

'Protrack' is OK with NSB's contributions and look forward to reading more of them.

Talk up the meet instead. eg: The 800m is intriguing and hopefully both backmarkers turn up and make the final - could be an interesting tactical battle.

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Great night up there last night.
Track not quite 100% but what tracks are.
Meeting actually ran on time.
Steak sangers are worth going back next year for.
Just a couple of questions Im sure can be answered for me on here.
Why wouldnt the heats of the 800m open be run in the early part of the program.The programming with minimal time between heat and final virtually gave the backmarkers no chance in the final.
How come Boden is on such a tight mark in the 800.I know he won Camden but has he won anything else of note over a middle distance.Is his mark purely based on his PB and Does he need to run with the league more for it to go out.Just seems his mark is very narrow with some of the other runners in comparison to sashes won.
How did that girl who won the 200m get such a generous mark for someone that CAN run.I heard she hasnt ran for several years but from what I saw she must have improved a hell of a lot.Field was quite strong and she won easily.
Happy for someone elses imput on these matters.
Overall a great night and what a race in the 1000 novice with those two boys going neck and neck for 200m and the red runner coming late.

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any results?

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After a couple of sleepless nights & having to put Unley’s neighbourhood watch on high alert after a heightened threat level I am writing a controversy free review of Saturday nights highly successful Tea Tree Gully Carnival.

The meeting began with some silky smooth commentary from an imposter on the pa & one would have been forgiven for thinking Bruce Macavaney had ventured to the Northern suburbs to take over the microphone duties for the first few rounds of racing.

The heats of the 70m came & went with a few surprises & many scratchings. Taylor & Saliu looking the two best both running around the 7.6secs on the rough-ish track with a slight tail wind in hot conditions.
After being ran out of my 70m heat I made my way to the canteen for a cool beverage & a few snakes alive or similar treats where I was heckled by the most gracious hosts in the ‘VIP” tent. In response I inquired to how the silent auction for a date with Andrew Beck was going? I was reliably informed that he was passed in for an undisclosed amount…assuming zero. Overcome by guilt I dropped twenty large at the canteen & bbq throughout the night & bought half the raffle tickets. I still didn’t win & have my suspicions the draw was rigged.

Back on the 70m final
Saliu ran from the front & won from Dartnall. Taylor & Daddow tied for third with Harris & Berry rounding out the field. 7.62seconds & the last 70m for a while. The older Saliu will be thankful to take the sash & as he mentioned the body is past its prime & could go pop at any given moment.

The 200m was also an intriguing event with some runners focussing on this rather than 70m & vice versa. This focus at smaller meets on a sole event is better referred to as ‘softing out’ or as I like to take it one step further & convey the strategy more eloquently as ‘pussying out’. This was displayed in its finest form in Tim Johnson’s heat where he was the sole runner taking a virtual walk through to the final.
The Wright stuff & sex symbol Nitschke were both sorely disappointed being run out by a flying Cousins. Less time in front of the mirror & more time on the track boys. They are fine specimens it pains me to admit.
Speaking of fine specimens. The 800m women’s race was a virtual smorgasbord of talent. I’m not sure who was running or what anyone’s name is but it is in my interest to find out asap. <insert applause here> One suggestion is for the girls to have a strictly enforced briefs only mandatory uniform.

Special mentions go to young Harris who won the 70m boys & 3rd in the 1000m novice no more than ten minutes apart. Super effort that(in Richie Benaud voice)
Boden ran a furious 800m heat to catch runners over 100m ahead to make the final. The final was too much of an ask but a gallant effort & with the tour downunder in town I will give him the most attacking runners jersey. He was red hot, running in the red with red hair not fooling anyone trying to mask the ginger with a few blonde tips.

The 200m final looked juicy with a spread of runners from 10m to 23m. On a slightly downhill track which was confirmed with spirit level & naked eye the runners burned round the bend & toward the tape. Dartnall & Palmer looked good but could not hold off the turn of foot from Harris who emerged in the last 30m to break the tape first. Palmer & Dartnall close 2nd & third.

All jokes aside. A great job by TTG & I never meant to undermine the hard work put in. As Youngy repeatedly explained, I write on here for the sole reason to promote the leagues events & create some excitement. Any tongue in cheek comment is not to be taken too seriously. I look forward to another great meet next year & leave having learned a valuable lesson…Don’t upset a bogan.

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Touche' NSB. Some of your finest!

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I've transferred NSB's TTG review to the TTG Results thread.

Good work NSB.

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24 200m Womens TTG win on Tue Jan 18, 2011 5:44 pm

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How did that girl who won the 200m get such a generous mark for someone that CAN run.I heard she hasnt ran for several years but from what I saw she must have improved a hell of a lot.Field was quite strong and she won easily.

That win came from being a woman Scorned!!! Amazing what a little anger (and strapping tape can do) Smile But seriously, it was the 250g of bacon I consumed before the race. It was an effort that will unlikely be repeated, unless of course someone pisses me off again! hahaha Lesley Tompson

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