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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Stonnington Stewards Report - NAP for trying to jump the fence and run 120m!

Stonnington Stewards Report - NAP for trying to jump the fence and run 120m!

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posted on February 22, 2016 Posted in: Steward Reports
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Victorian Athletic League

Chief Steward’s Report

Stonnington 19/2/2016

Weather: Warm

Track: Grass

Straight: 100m

Circle: 403m

Change Rooms/Toilets:

Female Rooms, Toilets

Male Rooms, Toilets

Commentator: Cartha McKerrow

Starters: Bill Sutton and Rob McIntosh

Wind Gauge, Automatic & Manual: Sue Dunbar

Assistant stewards: Wally Meechan

Handicappers: Graeme Goldsworthy, Darryl Nettleton and Neale Gunning

Video Operator: AJ MacDonald

Recording and Finishing Camera: Nila Blennerhassett, Tom Burbidge and Colin Lane

Judges: Tony Birrell

Club timekeeper: Tony Birrell

General Comments:

1. Nickolas Repalust was permitted to scratch from the final of the under 20's after also making the Open Gift final.

2. Kate Jones was a scratching from the Women's Gift final due to injury.

3. Brett Richards was queried after his run in the final of the Stonnington Gift. His explanation was accepted.

4. Cameron Clayton was fined $250 after the 1600m open. Cameron's improvement in five days was deemed to be in the extreme range of improvement.


120m Open Gift; Brett Richards, Rob Lehmann

400m Women's; Kirrily Burnett, Talia Martin, Kirsty Stevens, Meg Deane, Elizabeth Ruach, Grace O'Dwyer, Sarah Huntington, Samantha Hargreaves

Women's120m; Talia Martin, Lauren Keating, Nadeen Brown

Masters 300m; Peter O'Dwyer

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