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Brighton Gift Carnival RESULTS - Sunday 11th Dec 2016

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BRIGHTON CARNIVAL
Sunday 11th Dec 2016


70m Novice FINAL
1 Lachlan Sheffield 5.50m 7.933s
2 Max Hagicostas 7.50m 7.956s
3 Lily Micklethwait 12.75m 7.983s
4 Jesse Cordoma 5.50m 7.997s
5 Tristan Camilleri 6.00m 8.019s
6 Andrew Boyd 7.75m 8.074s


Keith Patching Memorial
70m Open FINAL

1 Oliver Callahan 5.50m 7.713s
2 Luke Houlihan 4.75m 7.769s
3 Damian Tohl 6.25m 7.829s
4 Jack Norris 4.50m 7.853s
5 Lewis Abdul 5.00m 7.870s
6 Paul Taylor 8.00m 7.917s
7 Dale Woodhams 5.00m 7.918s


120m Brighton Gift FINAL
1 John Evans 6.50m 12.830s
2 Sebastian Baird 7.00m 12.881s
3 Ryan Hancock 9.75m 12.903s
4 Ryan Atkins 7.50m 12.918s
5 Deng Bulabek 9.00m 12.934s
6 Tim Johnson 8.50m 13.048s


120m Women FINAL
1 Mikayla Round 9.00m 14.22s
2 Amie Mittiga 5.50m 14.420s
3 Lily Micklethwait 11.00m 14.471s
4 Kellie Symons 12.00m 14.637s
5 Ruby Buchanan 10.00m 14.712s
6 Czenya Cavouras 7.75m 14.781s


120m Over 35 FINAL
1 Sue Turner 25.00m 13.967s
2 Graham Henderson 29.00m 14.150s
3 Peter Biggs 10.50m 14.153s
4 David Wilczek 12.00m 14.221s
5 Christopher Simpson 7.50m 14.386s
6 Ross Nitschke 8.50m (Bk off 9.5) 14.693s
7 Simon Thompson 7.00m 14.698s
8 Nathan Hoare 9.50m 15.118s


120m Under 14 FINAL
1 Xavier Poole 11.25m 14.80s
2 Melita Suica 11.00m 14.99s
3 Aidan Murphy 7.00m 15.10s
4 Cooper Giles 26.00m 15.17s
5 Yazmyn Campbell 15.50s
6 Ben Burbridge 9.75m 21.38s (Injured)


400m Open FINAL
1 Chris Keegan 40m 47.27s
2 David Girolamo 38m 47.63s
3 Matthew Cousins 44m 47.99s
4 Jakson Messent 27m 48.39s
5 Hayden Rothe 21m 48.44s
6 Josh Dawkins 28m 48.99s
7 Salvador Jurado 40m 49.18s
8 Nicholas Berry 46m 49.89s
9 Chris Simpson 40m 51.51s


400m Women FINAL
1 Natassia Messent 30m 53.51s
2 Amy Robb 46m 53.69s
3 Rommi Parham 52m 53.87s
4 Rose Pittman 28m 54.55s
5 Nikki Austin 36m 54.92s
6 Kirsten Fantinel 54m 55.13s
7 Aleesha Peters 50m 55.34s
8 Kayla Lemm 46m 55.56s
9 Ali Trewartha 33m 55.79s


400m Under 18 Boys FINAL
1 Joshua Jurado 90m 50.27s
2 Lachlan Burrows 16m 50.74s
3 Asher Gillings 70m 50.90s
4 Sebastian Jurado 51.06s
5 Lachlan Grubb 32m 51.24s
6 Luke Whitford 14m 51.38s
7 Corey Cox 18m 51.52s
8 Jackson Daniels 8m 51.82s
9 James Simpson 18m 55.52s


400m Under 18 Girls FINAL
1 Caitlin Stallan 46m 53.13s
2 Taylah Stallan 46m 53.34s
3 Lakara Stallan 54m 53.55s
4 Emma Kitto 56m 55.34s
5 Jordan McMillan34m 55.52s
6 Ryelie McMullan 30m 56.32s
7 Katherine Dowling 52m 56.58s
8 Piper Window 70m 58.06s


1000m OPEN
1 Bradley Kitto 58m 2-23.75
2 Tim Earle 60m 2-24.00
3 Hunter Rubino 105m 2-24.29
4 Matthew Fallon 88m 2-25.88
5 David Girolamo 110m 2-27.23
6 Stephen Jelfs 74m 2-27.??
7 Lachlan Burrows 90m 2-29.85
8 Lachlan Hennig 80m 2-30.45
9 Jordan Sellar 90m 2-31.85
10 Robert Killmier 52m 2-36.32
11 Brayden Thiel 70m 2-43.63
6 scratchings


1000m Women
1 Lexie Bentley 150m 2-54.14
2 Lisa Roberts 147m 2-57.23
3 Julia New-Tolley 74m 3-02.89
4 Lauren McHugh 110m 3-04.48
5 Courtney Ryder 160m 3-07.52
6 Kelly Ferber 140m 3-12.93
3 scratchings


1000m Over 35
1 Salvador Jurado 55m 2-40.31
2 Mark Beveridge 52m
3 Chris Dimitrak 175m
Missed the rest.



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Some huge improvements on the 400 under 18's well done the Stallans.

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Trevorpayne wrote:Some huge improvements on the 400 under 18's well done the Stallans.

Where have the Under 18s ran a 400m in their own age category so I can do my own comparison.
Different age groups equates to different handicaps.
Also Trevor I measured the Bowker track, as I had the chance to do it on the weekend and its as close as you can get to 400m.

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Great handicapping on the weekend.

racingmania


I agree whispers. many scratchings in the 400 so hard to gauge what might happen if all turn up.

Not taking anything away from the winner but I'm puzzled by the Gift. no probs with 4 I think who were keen to take the sash. 2 weren't.

Big win by Callahan in patching 70, will make the Bay final.

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SHC CARNIVAL NOV 27TH

Event 52 - 400m Women - Heat: 3
Position Name Colour Mark Time
1 Kirsten Fantinel 2 54.00m 55.60
2 Rose Pittman Blue 32.00m 55.91
3 Alisha Peeters 1 50.00m 56.23
4 Kayla Lemm Green 40.00m 57.06
5 Niamh Henry Black 46.00m 57.60
6 Natassia Messent White 30.00m 58.09
7 Lily Drummond Yellow 36.00m 58.43
8 Stella Batelaan Pink 50.00m 58.84
9 Debbie DeVizio 3 96.00m 1:01.58
10 Jacinta Brinsley Red 28.00m 1:01.9


400m Women FINAL
1 Natassia Messent 30m 53.51s
2 Amy Robb 46m 53.69s
3 Rommi Parham 52m 53.87s
4 Rose Pittman 28m 54.55s
5 Nikki Austin 36m 54.92s
6 Kirsten Fantinel 54m 55.13s
7 Aleesha Peters 50m 55.34s
8 Kayla Lemm 46m 55.56s
9 Ali Trewartha 33m 55.79s

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Agree racingmania, the first two in final were 3rd in each semi

Trevorpayne


Whispers wrote:
Trevorpayne wrote:Some huge improvements on the 400 under 18's well done the Stallans.

Where have the Under 18s ran a 400m in their own age category so I can do my own comparison.
Different age groups equates to different handicaps.
Also Trevor I measured the Bowker track, as I had the chance to do it on the weekend and its as close as you can get to 400m.
Hi whispers
I'm not saying track was short sorry if that was the impression I gave.

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In the last three Brighton Gift finals - of the 18 finalists - only one has made the Bay Sheffield final in the same year. That was Dylan Hicks when he won the Gift off 8.25m then was lifted to 11.00m to make the Bay Sheffield final.

From the Keith Patching 70m Sprint, there have been five finalists in the last three years who have gone on to make the Bay Sheffield final. The first 3 in the sprint final last year all made the final.

Since the Keith Patching Sprint started in 2008 there have been 10 athletes from the KP 70m final who have made the Bay Sheffield final in the same year.

2008 Todd Bateman (1st in the KP 70m/ 2nd in the 120m Bay Sheff)
2009 Russell Scott (3rd KP/1st Bay)
2010 Jordan Caldow (1st KP/1st Bay)
2011 Robbie James (1st KP/3rd Bay)
2012 Tom Sclanders (1st KP/6th Bay)
2013 David Gross (6th KP/5th Bay)
2014 David Gross (1st KP/2nd Bay)
2015 Brett Richards (1st KP/2nd Bay)
2015 Luke Houlihan (2nd KP/5th Bay)
2016 Sam Osmond (3rd KP/1st Bay)

Only two winners of the Keith Patching Sprint - Amin Chehade (2009) and Tim McGuire (2013) have not gone on to make the Bay Sheffield final. The KP Sprint has produced three Bay Sheffield winners - Scott, Caldow & Osmond and another four placegetters.

In the same period, seven athletes have progressed to the Bay Sheffield final from the Brighton & Glenelg Gifts. (For 2008, 2009 & 2010 the Keith Patching Sprint was run at Glenelg.) None have won the Bay and only 3 have been placed. Jordan Tronnolone (2011) was the last Brighton Gift winner to be placed at the Bay Sheffield.

It appears most of the genuine SA Bay Sheffield contenders were in either the 70m final or the Brighton Gift final except Mitchell Tucker (won PreBay and went back 0.50m) and Brian Wilson although he appeared to sustain an injury in his semi final of the Gift. Whether he can get it right in 17 days is another issue.

Only four athletes have made both the Brighton Gift/Keith patching 70m double on the same day.
2011 - Brad Schutz
2012 - Lyall Weir
2013 - Dylan Hicks
2015 - Damian Tohl

In terms of the Bay Sheffield it seems a 'poisoned chalice' if you make both finals at Brighton. In fairness though it's more likely that once an athlete has resigned to the fact thy probably not going to make the Bay Sheffield final they may as well have a go at both.  

Most genuine Bay Sheffield contenders choose either to contest the Keith Patching 70m or the Gift.

This year there were 13 different athletes involved in the two finals.

Coming away from the Bay - I think there will be four SA athletes in the Bay Sheffield final and I'm leaning towards two from each final, although Mitchell Tucker is definitely in the mix.


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youngy wrote:In the last three Brighton Gift finals - of the 18 finalists - only one has made the Bay Sheffield final in the same year. That was Dylan Hicks when he won the Gift off 8.25m then was lifted to 11.00m to make the Bay Sheffield final.

From the Keith Patching 70m Sprint, there have been five finalists in the last three years who have gone on to make the Bay Sheffield final. The first 3 in the sprint final last year all made the final.

Since the Keith Patching Sprint started in 2008 there have been 10 athletes from the KP 70m final who have made the Bay Sheffield final in the same year.

2008 Todd Bateman (1st in the KP 70m/ 2nd in the 120m Bay Sheff)
2009 Russell Scott (3rd KP/1st Bay)
2010 Jordan Caldow (1st KP/1st Bay)
2011 Robbie James (1st KP/3rd Bay)
2012 Tom Sclanders (1st KP/6th Bay)
2013 David Gross (6th KP/5th Bay)
2014 David Gross (1st KP/2nd Bay)
2015 Brett Richards (1st KP/2nd Bay)
2015 Luke Houlihan (2nd KP/5th Bay)
2016 Sam Osmond (3rd KP/1st Bay)

Only two winners of the Keith Patching Sprint - Amin Chehade (2009) and Tim McGuire (2013) have not gone on to make the Bay Sheffield final. The KP Sprint has produced three Bay Sheffield winners - Scott, Caldow & Osmond and another four placegetters.

In the same period, seven athletes have progressed to the Bay Sheffield final from the Brighton & Glenelg Gifts. (For 2008, 2009 & 2010 the Keith Patching Sprint was run at Glenelg.) None have won the Bay and only 3 have been placed. Jordan Tronnolone (2011) was the last Brighton Gift winner to be placed at the Bay Sheffield.

It appears most of the genuine SA Bay Sheffield contenders were in either the 70m final or the Brighton Gift final except Mitchell Tucker (won PreBay and went back 0.50m) and Brian Wilson although he appeared to sustain an injury in his semi final of the Gift. Whether he can get it right in 17 days is another issue.

Only four athletes have made both the Brighton Gift/Keith patching 70m double on the same day.
2011 - Brad Schutz
2012 - Lyall Weir
2013 - Dylan Hicks
2015 - Damian Tohl

In terms of the Bay Sheffield it seems a 'poisoned chalice' if you make both finals at Brighton. In fairness though it's more likely that once an athlete has resigned to the fact thy probably not going to make the Bay Sheffield final they may as well have a go at both.  

Most genuine Bay Sheffield contenders choose either to contest the Keith Patching 70m or the Gift.

This year there were 13 different athletes involved in the two finals.

Coming away from the Bay - I think there will be four SA athletes in the Bay Sheffield final and I'm leaning towards two from each final, although Mitchell Tucker is definitely in the mix.

Very good info, thanks youngy.
There seems to be a lot of SA contenders this year. Its pretty obvious the two from the KP 70m that will be up there but from the brighton gift is a bit puzzling.

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Adding to the stats......in the last 8 years there have been 28 SA athletes and 20 interstaters making up the final of the Bay Sheffield.

So of the 28 -
10 have come from the Keith Patching Sprint final
7 from the 120m Gift Final
11 did not contest either final with most of these not running at Brighton/Glenelg.

Winners - 4 SA/4 interstate. Jordan Caldow (2011) is the only SA Bay Sheffield winner not to have made the KP70m final at Brighton. He ran in the 70m that year but failed to qualify for the final.

So there is no 'proven' path to making the Bay Sheffield final as a SA athlete. Just depends on the circumstances.


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2016 Brighton 120m Gift Final with slo-mo replay.

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13 Full results on Fri Dec 16, 2016 3:03 pm

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Trevorpayne wrote:Some huge improvements on the 400 under 18's well done the Stallans.

Hi
Does anyone know where you can see the full list of results including heats.
Tried SAAL but nothing available at the moment.

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Hi Trevor

As you would be fully aware, the weeks especially leading up to the Bay Sheffield are extremely busy.
A lot of the work is from Volunteers who also have full time jobs and its also the busiest time of the year in their work places as well.
So we just need to hang ten for the time being and allow them a bit of space.
Once they are available they will be found at http://www.saal.org.au/index.php?id=30&meeting=107.
All I can suggest is log in every now and then. cheers

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Whispers wrote:Hi Trevor

As you would be fully aware, the weeks especially leading up to the Bay Sheffield are extremely busy.
A lot of the work is from Volunteers who also have full time jobs and its also the busiest time of the year in their work places as well.
So we just need to hang ten  for the time being and allow them a bit of space.
Once they are available they will be found at http://www.saal.org.au/index.php?id=30&meeting=107.
All I can suggest is log in every now and then. cheers
Fair comment
I just wondered as the final times and results where up on pro track.
I thought someone may have the heat times. Or maybe it's hidden away in the schedule of events lol

16 SAAL results out now on Mon Dec 19, 2016 2:58 pm

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the complete Brighton results seem to be online now at http://saal.org.au/index.php?id=30&meeting=107

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