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Port Adelaide RESULTS - Saturday 5th Nov 2016

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1 Port Adelaide RESULTS - Saturday 5th Nov 2016 on Sun Nov 06, 2016 9:43 am

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There were several scratchings of ‘favoured’ athletes from Port Adelaide so I’m not sure it will prove to be as useful in terms of a guide going forward to December as previous instalments of the Port Adelaide carnival.

One impressive aspect of the meet is that John Evans has quickly become the find of the season. I can’t recall the last time, if ever, an athlete on debut at his first three carnivals has won over three different distances.

The last time I had an athlete win like this was in 2008 when Robbie James won the Hallett Cove 100m, Flinders 200m and Reynella 120m Gift. Rob then won at his next start – the 70m at Mt Gambier to give him four wins in four meets.

To emulate Rob, John would have to win the 200m at Tea Tree Gully. Given he ran a close 3rd over 200m at Flinders he has every chance to win a remarkable, and I dare say a fourth consecutive sash at his first four meets. In my 30 years in the sport it’s never been done.

Looks like the 300m Novice is the novice race for the girls. The other novice events are dominated by male athletes, so I guess we can let the girls look forward to the 300’s as a genuine novice race they can win.

I was happy with the junior events with relatively close results, especially the Under 18 Girl’s 300m. It took a long time for the judges to decide the placegetters eventually deciding on Lily Drummond narrowly edging out Ryelie McMullan and Natalie Brooks who tied for 2nd.

All three junior sprint events were won by athletes who collected their first sash for the season and had not won over that distance before.

PORT ADELAIDE RESULTS
70m Novice
1 Cassidy Dorian 7.00m 7.72s
2 Kyle Roberts 6.00m
3 James Sellar 6.00m
4 Thomas Steel 5.00m
5 Ryan Williams 5.00m
6 Ali Trewatha 12.50m

120m Port Adelaide Gift
1 John Evans 7.00m 12.56s
2 Ryan Atkins 7.50m
3 Luke Houlihan 5.50m
4 Jack Norris 7.50m
5 Tim Johnson 8.50m
6 Ryan Hancock 9.75m

120m Women

1 Kate Monks 12.00m 14.01s
2 Melarn Murphy 6.50m
3 Lynette Viney 4.00m
4 Ali Trewartha 9.75m
5 Czenya Cavouras 7.75m
6 Hayley Orman 7.50m

120m Under 14s
1 Xavier Poole 16.75m 13.89s
2 Hugh Stagg 18.00m
E3 Jay Watson 15.00m
E3 Connor Brennan 30m
5 Liana Channon 20.00m
6 Ben Burbridge 14.75m

120m Over 35’s
1 Brett Stokes 23.00m 13.60s
2 Sue Turner 25.00m
3 Mark Burns 15.00m
4 Claire Drummond 22.00m
5 Graham Henderson 28.50m
6 Salvador Jurado 12.00m

300m Under 18 BOYS
1 Sam Bentley 46m 34.28s
2 Jay Watson 54m
3 Joe Hosking 22m
4 Ben Burbridge 50m

300m Under 18 GIRLS
1 Lily Drummond 16m 41.01s
Eq2 Ryelie McMullan 18m
Eq2 Natalie Brooks 34m
4 Ruby Buchanan 14m

300m NOVICE
1 Amie Mittiga 54m 32.21s
2 Mikayla Round 58m
3 Kyle Roberts 24m
4 James Bayliss 26m

550m Women (Straight final)
1 Bridgid Connolly 35m 1-23.85
2 Nikki Austin 40m
3 Leah Cece 55m

550m Open (Straight final)
1 Corey Watkins 44m 1-10.57
2 Bryce Watkins 18m
3 Jordan Sellar 72m

1600m Open
1 Matthew Konetschka 160m 4-06.15
2 Lachlan Hennig 175m
3 Corey Watkins 130m

1600m Women/Over 35
1 Gregor Dingwall 135m 4-34.58
2 Vanessa Alvaro 265m
3 Gaetano Aiello 280m

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How old is Tim Johnson? He'd have to be over 40 wouldn't he? 8.50 is a tight mark for someone of that age. Good effort.

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Tim Johnson is 43. Remarkable he is still competitive at that age off 8.50m. He won three Gifts earlier this year - Camden, Hectorville & Flagstaff Hill. There would be few athletes in the SAAL who prepare themselves with the same diligence as TJ.

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ASA 200 Metre
HEAT 1    Wind: -1.0
                                                   
 1    24 Michael Brusnahan      SAINTS  - SA             22.30              
 2   360 Frankie Schinella      SAINTS  - SA             22.79              
 3    14 Sam Russell            NORTHERN DIS             22.80              
 4   551 Harrison Hunt          NORTHERN DIS             23.12            
 5   529 Michael Yunupingu      SAINTS  - SA             23.21            
 6   298 Blake Jones            WESTERN DIST             23.47            
 7   379 Alexander Mammone      SOUTHERN - SA            23.69              
 8   695 Liam Moss              PEMBROKE  - SA           38.56      

Moss did not run at Port Adelaide - appears he may have pulled up injured at the ASA interclub competition earlier in the day.

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Port Adelaide Videos by Ali Saliu

70m NOVICE


120m Port Adelaide GIFT



120m WOMEN



550m OPEN



550m WOMEN



300m U/18 BOYS



300m U/18 GIRLS

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Don’t want to take nothing way from your new guy youngy.
Top effort by Evans, got a big future.
But going on Flinders, if
Deng
Wilson
and prob Verrall
run,
throw in
Moss
Callahan
Watkins.
Evans struggles to final.

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You may be right Racing Mania

And if Phar Lap had have ran in this years Melb Cup Almandin may not have won:lol: Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Whispers wrote:You may be right Racing Mania

And if Phar Lap had have ran in this years Melb Cup Almandin may not have won:lol: Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing  

No Whispers, Almandin still would have won the Melbourne Cup. It's common knowledge that Phar Lap is not travelling as well as it was in 1930. Maybe, had Cox Plate winner Winks run last Tuesday, it might have been different....

But the premise is true, one can only beat who turns up.


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racingmania wrote:Don’t want to take nothing way from your new guy youngy.
Top effort by Evans, got a big future.
But going on Flinders, if
Deng
Wilson
and prob Verrall
run,
throw in
Moss
Callahan
Watkins.
Evans struggles to final.


So what do you make of those also in that field, eg Norris who also ran well at Flinders, or even Houllihan for that matter... time will tell

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