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Launceston Gift RESULTS - Saturday 15th November 2015

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Launceston Gift Carnival
SAturday 15th November 2015


Women's 100m Heat 1
1 Emma Penney 7.50m 12.49
2 Abby Chapman 5.75m 12.50
3 Kysha Hill 5.75m 12.53
4 Bonnie McCarthy 7.50m 12.95
scr Laura McShane 5.00m
scr Sandy Loring 8.00m

Women's 100m Heat 2
1 Brooke Jones 6.00m 12.00
2 Michelle Cockerell 7.25m 12.12
3 Laura Nicholson 6.25m 12.24
4 Morgan Gaffney 3.25m 12.38
5 Sarah Ashlin 6.00m 12.58
scr Keely Donnelly-Brent 5.00m

Women's 100m FINAL
1 Brooke Jones 6.00m 12.13 $220
2 Michelle Cockerell 7.25m 12.22 $80
3 Emma Penney 7.50m 12.33 $40
4 Abby Chapman 5.75m 12.34
5 Kysha Hill 5.75m 12.35
6 Laura Nicholson 6.25m 12.47
7 Morgan Gaffney 3.25m 12.61
scr Sarah Ashlin 6.00m


Men's 100m Heat 1
1 John Howe 3.50m 10.86
2 Ross Lovell 5.00m 10.87
3 Jack Colgrave 5.00m 10.96
4 Alec Eiszele 8.75m 11.22
5 Liam Grundy 7.25m 11.52
Pink Brendan Smart 9.75m DNF

Men's 100m Heat 2
1 Patrick Chilvers 6.00m 10.83
2 Jarred Gilroy 4.50m 10.88
3 Andrew Robinson 2.75m 10.89
4 Alex Riddell 7.50m 11.41
5 Grady Stretton 6.50m 11.44
6 Joel Eiszele 7.00m 11.94

Men's 100m Heat 3
1 Cameron Cranfield 7.50m 10.85
2 David McCrae 7.50m 10.91
3 Luke Whitney 3.75m 11.06
4 Tim Potter 11.00m 11.45
5 Jordan Webb 6.00m 11.81

Men's 100m FINAL
1 Ross Lovell 5.00m 10.50 $150
2 Patrick Chilvers 6.00m 10.61 $70
3 Andrew Robinson 2.75m 10.69 $30
4 Jarred Gilroy 4.50m 10.72
5 Cameron Cranfield 7.50m 10.75
6 John Howe 3.50m 10.87
7 David McCrae 7.50m 10.95
8 Jack Colgrave 5.00m 10.97


Women's 200m Heat 1
1 Michelle Cockerell 15m 24.56
2 Kysha Hill 12m 24.74
3 Abby Chapman 12m 25.35
4 Emma Penney 15m 25.52
5 Morgan Gaffney 7m 25.76
6 Justine Barber 12m 26.77
7 Joanna Potter 17m scr

Women's 200m Heat 2
1 Brooke Jones 12m 24.24
2 Laura Nicholson 13m 25.28
3 Bonnie McCarthy 15m 25.82
4 Courtney Stanley 10m 26.51
5 Keely Donnelly-Brent 10m scr
6 Sarah Ashlin 12m scr
7 Sandy Loring 16m scr

Women's 200m FINAL
1 Brooke Jones 12m 23.80 $150
2 Michelle Cockerell 15m 24.07 $70
3 Kysha Hill 12m 24.38 $30
4 Laura Nicholson 13m 24.74
5 Abby Chapman 12m 24.94
6 Emma Penney 15m 24.97
7 Morgan Gaffney 7m 25.65
8 Bonnie McCarthy 15 25.94


Men's 200m Heat 1
1 Andrew Robinson 6m 21.36
2 Luke Whitney 8m 21.60
3 Cameron Cranfield 15m 21.78
4 Grady Stretton 13m 22.15
5 Liam Grundy 15m 22.98
6 Joel Eiszele 14m 23.45
7 Jack Colgrave 10m scr
8 Brendan Smart 20m scr

Men's 200m Heat 2
1 Patrick Chilvers 12m 21.07
2 Jarred Gilroy 9m 21.76
3 John Howe 7m 22.27
4 Alec Eiszele 18m 22.39
5 Tim Potter 22m 22.55
6 Alex Riddell 15m 22.86
7 Jordan Webb 10m 23.55
DNF David McCrae 15m

Men's 200m FINAL
1 Patrick Chilvers 12m 21.18 $350
2 Jarred Gilroy 9m 21.19 $140
3 Andrew Robinson 6m 21.36 $70
4 Luke Whitney 8m 21.77
5 Cameron Cranfield 15m 21.94
6 John Howe 7m 22.27
7 Alec Eiszele 18m 22.40
8 Grady Stretton 13m 22.52


Maiden 200m Straight Final
1 Corey Stanley 30m 22.31 $80
2 Eve Bell 30m 22.63 $40
3 Max Green 12m 22.90 $30
4 Lachlan Edmunds 11m 23.17
5 Jordan Webb 13m 23.37
6 Jack Colgrave SCR 23.69


Masters 300m
1 Mark Canning 30m 36.45 $30
2 Tim Potter 15m 38.24 $20
3 Wenonah Sharman 50m 38.65
4 Leon Stanley 60m 40.03
5 Michael Halaby 70m 40.37


Open 600m
1 Getasew Ferguson 30m 1.19.39 $200
2 Alec Thomas 30m 1.19.55 $100
3 Jordan Tyler 25m 1.19.61 $50
4 Lachlan Edmunds 15m 1.20.89
5 Max Green 15m 1.21.15
6 Andrew Goyen 20m 1.21.43
7 Michelle Cockerell 70m 1.24.38
8 Courtney Stanley 70m 1.24.52
9 Mark Canning 60m 1.25.60
10 Eve Bell 50m 1.26.15
11 Ross Lovell 10m 1.28.71
12 Justine Barber 60m 1.30.14
13 Hannah Cummins 55m 1.32.75


Open 1600m
1 Jordan Tyler 110m 4.04.30 $350
2 Gerard Lowry 285m 4.06.50 $100
3 Getasew Ferguson 90m 4.12.20 $50
4 Bryan Tuit 190m 4.12.80
5 Corey Stanley 140m 4.21.40
6 Darren Brown 240m 4.24.40
7 Hannah Cummins 270m 4.30.80
8 Ben McShane 100m 4.37.70
9 Michael Halaby 200m 5.01.00
10 Leon Stanley 200m 5.28.70

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http://www.theadvocate.com.au/story/3493506/teenage-sprinter-wins-the-double/



Teenage sprinter wins the double

By  CAMRON SLESSOR
The Advocate
Nov. 15, 2015,


COASTAL sprinter Brooke Jones has continued her impressive form with a dominating display on Saturday, taking out the sprint double at the Launceston Athletics Carnival.

The 16-year-old from East Devonport won both the 100m and 200m women's finals at the St Leonards track at the weekend.

The results back up an impressive year for the 16-year-old, who was a finalist in The Advocate-IGA Junior Sports Awards after a number of impressive results in 2015.

Results from the year include Jones' selection in the Tasmanian team for the Australian All-Schools championships in Adelaide, finishing 10th in the 100m and 9th in the 200m. She was also twice crowned Tasmanian junior champion - in the 100m and 400m events.

At the Launceston Athletics Carnival on Saturday, Jones crossed the line in front of Michelle Cockerell, with Emma Penney in third place.

Running off a 6m handicap in the 200m final, Jones held on in a tight finish in front of Cockerell once again, as well as Kysha Hill in third, to secure the sprint double.

In the men's Gift, Patrick Chilvers won the 200m sprint, while Ross Lovell took out the 100m final. In the open 600m run, Getasew Ferguson took the honours ahead of Northdown runner Alec Thomas and Launceston's Jordan Tyler.

Tyler took the win in the 1600m, while Mark Canning took the honours in the masters 300m and Corey Stanley took out the maiden 200m final.

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http://www.examiner.com.au/story/3492326/chilvers-proves-too-good-in-mens-gift/?cs=96

Chilvers proves too good in men’s gift

By PHIL EDWARDS
The Examiner
Nov 15, 2015.


ST PATRICK’S College sprinter Patrick Chilvers took out the men’s gift run over 200 metres at the Launceston Athletics Carnival at St Leonards on Saturday.

The year 11 student just pipped last year’s winner in Hobart runner Jared Gilroy in his carnival debut in a virtual photo finish in a race worthy of a final.

Chilvers ran off a handicap mark of 12m, with Gilroy off 9m and third place going to former Stawell Gift winner Andrew Robinson who was the backmarker off 6m.

Robinson’s record now stands at two seconds and two thirds in the Launceston Gift but is yet to grab a victory.

The women’s 100m gift title went to Brooke Jones who took out the sprint double with a victory in the 200m sprint also.

The St Brendan Shaw’s College student continued her good NSATIS record-breaking form from this year to cross the line in front of experienced Southern runner Michelle Cockrell (nee Davis) second and Emma Penney third.

Jones ran off 6m with Cockrell of 7.25m and Penney off 7.5m.

The open 600m handicap went to Beechford runner Getasew Ferguson who beat home Northdown runner Alec Thomas with Launceston’s Jordan Tyler third.

Tyler turned the tables by taking out the open 1600m handicap.

The David Rae coached, middle-distance runner, was the pacemaker in this year’s Launceston Ten and ran from a mark of 110m to just catch the frontmarker in Gerard Lowry off 285m in the last 100m with backmarker Ferguson third off 90m.

The open masters handicap went to Mark Canning off 30m, from the veteran Tim Potter off 15m and Wenonah Sharman off 50m.

‘‘It was a good day of racing – in terms of quantity it would have been nice to have had more entries because we had heats and then finals with no semis,’’ carnival organiser Craig Boon said.

‘‘But in terms of quality I thought that was really good and the men’s gift was a good close finish with quality competitors involved.

‘‘We had about 40 Little Athletics athletes out there so their events were well contested.’’

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