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Hectorville (SAAL) Marks & Schedule - Fri 4th March 2011

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PROGRAM OF EVENTS
HECTORVILLE GIFT CARNIVAL 2011


TIME EVENT

6:30pm 2 heats 550m Novice

6:38pm Final and Presentation 800m Women

6:48pm 5 heats 120m Open

7:08pm 3 heats 120m Women

7:20pm 3 heats 120m Over 45

7:32pm 3 heats 120m Under 17

7:44pm 2 semis 120m Open

7:52pm Final and Presentation 550m Novice

8:02pm Final and Presentation 120m Women

8:12pm Final and Presentation 120m Over 45

8:22pm Final and Presentation 120m Under 17

8:32pm Final and Presentation 120m Open

8:42 – 8:52pm Official Break – 10 minutes

8:52pm Final and Presentation 1600m Open

9:02pm Footballers / Umpires 4 x 200m Relay

9:12pm 3 heats 400m Over 35

9:24pm 3 heats 400m Under 20

9:36pm 2 heats 400m Women

9:44pm 3 heats 400m Open

9:56pm Official Break – 10 minutes

10:06pm Final and Presentation 400m Over 35

10:16pm Final and Presentation 400m Under 20

10:26pm Final and Presentation 400m Women

10:36pm Final and Presentation 400m Open



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How on earth does nick beins keep getting these stupid marks. He keeps winning half the races he runs and never gets pulled. He made the glenelg 400 open final off 30 and nows hes given 36 in the 20s? Somethings not right.

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Beins got 36 but he won't win. Jarad watkins won the u/20 400 at enfield on satday and should have an easy win.

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Christopher Ross 175.00 m

I may be wrong but for a guy who just won a Bay double with a mark of 70m in the 800m, doesn't 175m for a mile seem a bit excessive?

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yeah beins wont win. but off 35 will do some damage youd think. and watkins will romp it in. he has certainly been graced

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haha... i'll need more than 175m:)....

I WAS off 190m prebay actually... so i did get pulled form wins at bay; and rightly so might I add:)

I don't think you will have to worry about me in the mile, there are much better/in form people in that race than myself!!

Chris:)

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I appreciate Chris Ross for registering and posting under his name.

I'm not sure if Chris is kidding or not, but it's hard to believe he genuinely thinks there's others in better form and therefore he hasn't a chance in the mile on Friday.

Chris Ross showed at the Bay he is in career best shape, winning both the 550m and the 800m so it's hard to imagine there would be too many in better form. Now that he's shown what he can do, he has a responsibility to maintain some consistency - the Bay was only 6 weeks ago....

In the 800m, off 70m, at the Bay Ross had the following athletes well & truly covered:
R Killmier (26); S Jelfs (62); P Hyde (46); R McMahon (112) and B Crawford (70).

Off 175m in a mile, he should be up to his neck in this race on Friday.

Crawford (160) & Jelfs(145) give him a start in the mile, so you he meets them much better off.

He meets Killmier 120m better off in the mile (175 to 55) as opposed to only 44m in the 800m. Killmier could not get near him in an 800, so the extra 76m for another 800m suggests Rob would be lucky to get within 20m.

Peter Hyde easily won the mile off 120m at Camden off 120m and is now back to 90m. Hyde gave Ross only 24m start in the 800m at the Bay and could not catch him. For double the distance he now concedes 85m. That suggests that at the half way mark, Hyde will still be nearly 60m behind Ross.

I'm very surprised Chris thinks he needs more than 175m. Based on the comparisons and especially on the Bay form, Chris Ross should finish top 3.


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he has a responsibility to maintain some consistency - the Bay was only 6 weeks ago....

Providing he had trained and commited to athletics, which he hasnt. Would be lucky to be at training twice since 6 weeks ago.

So no responsiblity to perform at all, but your not expected to know he hasnt trained.

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Any Gift tips?

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not having a go at chris, but spare a thought for a handicapper who has to assess a guy when hes not training. if rtoss ges beat by 50 metres.how does he work out what he needs?

11 TIPS & REVIEW on Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:59 am

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The SAAL heads east to leafy Hectorville for the first time ever where we hope to see some of the local specimens in full force being housewives/milfs/cougars driving oversized cars with undersized dogs riding their laps.

A Camden carry over situation where another 120m & 400m open is on the card which gives my team of tipsters a solid form line to follow.


120m

Hancock R – A sure thing you would think off the back of the last two gifts
Rossouw – making finals and should do so again
Cibich – copped a pull but winners are grinners so shouldn’t lose much going back
Palmer – stand up and take a bow for Camden. Expected finalist
Tohl – should account for most but think the above said picks may have the better of him
Dartnall – back in middle marker land but has the form to still final in a limited field

A keen eye is to be focussed on Tronnolone, Boden & Letton

400m

Dartnall - as per a fastest up heat time at Camden you would be most hopeful of a win
Killmier – likes a bit more distance but as the Black Eye Peas state in such style & grace…I’ve got a feeling
Crawford – An angry bald man after missing a Camden final can be a dangerous prospect
Thompson – got a decent mark & should go alright
Nitschke – another looking to redeem himself after Camden & at least recapture some finals form
Cousins – Should give an honest showing

Get down the bookies, see the bank manager & organise a second mortgage as these are absolute certainties.

I do however leave you with a thought provoking quote as always

‘Those who say, don’t know & those who know, don’t say’

12 P Hyde on Wed Feb 16, 2011 2:14 pm

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Youngy your theory is correct that Chris Ross should be in career best shape after winning the 550m and the 800m at the bay, and increasing the distance should only help him as he is the current 12km Open state champion therefore fitness should not be a problem, thus making it impossible for Robert K and myself to catch him.

However I can’t help but notice his absence at training. We all had assumed he had retired after a successful season, but he hasn’t. When he is not saving lives in the hospital or playing star craft on the computer he occasionally comes out to training, and of what I have seen it is unlikely he will be on the podium on Friday night (no offence Chris). I say “unlikely” though because he did assure me after the 800m heats down the bay that he gone and would blown up in the final, and then said it after the 550 heats yet he smashed everyone in both finals. I believe the ones to watch are Sean Burton, Adien Millar or riley cocks. Darkhorse Richard McMahon

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Thanks Pete.

I'm not privy to his training form and was basing it (my assessment) on his best running this year, so I'll refer to those who are more closely associated with Chris. Obviously if he's not training much, he won't run as well as he did in December.

Point is off 175m - AND in best shape, he would be right in it.


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Thanks Pete (btw, 12km state champ... haha)and Youngy, fair enough points. I am not in consistent form due to not being able to train atm.

I wasn't actually planning on racing again this season, due to work commitments i primarily focussed on winning at the Bay.

I agree it is difficult for the handicapper but I guess I feel as though I want to race to also support the league when I can. I have actually entered in almoost every event this season but have not been able to race most events:(

I will try to make it out on Friday night, and I'll probably give the mile a crack!

Ta,

Chris

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I assume that Jarrad Dartnalls mark won't be affected from his loxton win on the weekend as it was meant to be before loxton. However, interestingly enough his marks:

Marion 10.50 - win
Hectorville 9.00 - postponed
Loxton 9.75 - win
Hectorville 9.00? - rescheduled

would also be interesting if hectorville originally went forward and he would have come very close to winning it off 9.00m. just an observation, the paradoxes are numerous...

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I think it's only fair Loxton penalties will apply at Hectorville. its comon sense.
runners shouldn't get free hits after winning big prizemoney.

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Jarrads mark for Hectorville was actually 9.75m not the 9.00m published on website (a Typo error). Had he run at Hectorville that day it would have been off 9.57m. He recieved a penalty for win at Marion 10.50m and had 9.75m at Camden and at Loxton. Not sure how that will affect Hectorville now however Jarrad will be running in Vic meets this weekend.

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Marks for the rescheduled meeting.

HECTORVILLE ATHLETIC CARNIVAL -
FRIDAY 4th MARCH 2011


120m GIFT
Ryan Rossouw 6.00 m
Alex Saliu 6.75 m
James Boden 7.00 m
James Cibich 7.00 m
Niwili White Forest 7.00 m
Adrian Harris 7.25 m
Ben Koschade 7.25 m
Jarrad Dartnall 8.00 m
Bray Rafanelli 8.00 m
Stephan Thiel 8.00 m
Damian Tohl 8.00 m
Jordan Tronnolone 8.00 m
Lyall Weir 8.00 m
Bradley Letton 8.50 m
Riordan Welsh 8.50 m
Jake Stangewitz 8.75 m
William Bowie 9.25 m
Ryan Hancock 9.25 m
Troy Welfare 9.25 m
Michael Nitschke 9.50 m
Brendan Ramsey 9.50 m
Steven Hodge 10.75 m
Neil Thomas 10.75 m
Ben Hardy 11.00 m
Aaron Harrison 11.00 m
Ben Wright 11.25 m
David Palmer 11.50 m
David Wilczek 11.50 m
Andrew Mathews 12.00 m
Tyson Hancock 12.50 m
Luke Buchanan 13.25 m
Clint Tobin 13.25 m
Shaun Ryder 13.50 m
Brad Schutz 13.50 m


120m Women
Alicia Wrench-Doody 1.25 m
Tamara Dartnall 4.00 m
Emma Freer 6.25 m
Bridgid Connolly 6.50 m
Andrea Di Paolo 6.75 m
Abbey Dunn 7.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 8.00 m
Tara Girolamo 8.25 m
Jana Tankosic 9.25 m
Tayce Fry 10.00 m
Amy Robb 10.00 m
Claire Ashman 10.50 m
Nichola Coombe 11.00 m
Ali Trewartha 11.75 m
Lauren Buchanan 12.25 m
Lucy Buckley 12.25 m
Anthea Kotyla 13.25 m
Lesley Tompson 14.00 m
Megan Letton 15.00 m
Aimee Lane 16.25 m
Dominque Edwards 21.00 m


120m Over 45
Ali Saliu 10.00 m
Will McCombie 11.50 m
Greg Franks 12.00 m
Mark Donovan 13.00 m
Michael Cassidy 13.50 m
Alex Jefferies 14.50 m
Richard McMahon 14.75 m
John Turner 15.50 m
Mark Barnett 21.00 m
Brett Stokes 22.50 m
Bob Pearce 23.00 m
Darcy Cheney 23.25 m
Gary Ferber 24.50 m
Sue Turner 25.00 m
Lyn Peake 28.00 m
Craig Trewartha 29.00 m
Kathryn Blute 30.00 m
Brian Hart 38.00 m


120m Under 17
Kane Russell 6.00 m
Sam Osmond 8.00 m
Tullio DeMatteis 9.00 m
Bailey Turner 9.00 m
Bradley Broad 9.50 m
Jacobi Ponury 10.00 m
Anton Vizzari 10.00 m
Benjamin Wever 12.00 m
Liam Wright 12.00 m
Patrick Cusenza 13.00 m
Bradley Harvey 13.00 m
Sam O'Grady 13.50 m
Jakson Messent 14.50 m
Katie Jury 18.00 m
Margaret Cusenza 21.00 m
Jessica Oates 22.00 m
Taylah Scapens 22.75 m
Kyla Brown 23.00 m
Ellie Meich 23.50 m
Maeve Connolly 24.00 m
Rachel Fisk 24.00 m
Niamh Henry 25.00 m
Grainne Henry 25.00 m
Patricia Dimitrak 30.00 m


400m Open
Ben Koschade 17.00 m
James Cibich 20.00 m
Steven Gater 20.00 m
Jonathon Sinclair 20.00 m
Matthew Sinclair 20.00 m
Hayden Cook 23.00 m
Michael Nitschke 23.00 m
Jordan Tronnolone 23.00 m
Robert Killmier 24.00 m
Sam Royans 26.00 m
Ben Wright 26.00 m
Stephan Thiel 27.00 m
Matthew Fallon 28.00 m
Neil Thomas 28.00 m
William Bowie 29.00 m
Ashley Brown 29.00 m
Bradley Letton 30.00 m
Brendan Ramsey 30.00 m
Christopher Ross 30.00 m
Leo Santangelo 30.00 m
Troy Welfare 30.00 m
Matthew Cousins 32.00 m
Jarrad Dartnall 32.00 m
Ryan Hage 32.00 m
Matthew Hagias 32.00 m
Steven Hodge 32.00 m
Mark Beveridge 38.00 m
Ben Crawford 38.00 m
Luke Buchanan 39.00 m
Brad Schutz 40.00 m
Simon Thompson 42.00 m
Richard McMahon 56.00 m


400m Women
Bridgid Connolly 19.00 m
Abbey Dunn 30.00 m
Lucy Buckley 32.00 m
Teagan Kustermann 32.00 m
Tamara Dartnall 34.00 m
Claire Ashman 36.00 m
Tara Girolamo 37.00 m
Megan Letton 42.00 m
Tasmin McMahon 42.00 m
Amy Robb 42.00 m
Ali Trewartha 43.00 m
Tayce Fry 45.00 m
Eleni Glouftsis 48.00 m
Anthea Kotyla 48.00 m
Debbie Roberts 80.00 m


400m Over 35
David Palmer 0.00 m
Michael Hane 4.00 m
Mark Beveridge 11.00 m
Ali Saliu 20.00 m
Shane Grimwade 24.00 m
Steven Wilson 26.00 m
Brendan Golden 30.00 m
Richard McMahon 30.00 m
Will McCombie 37.00 m
Grant Oates 38.00 m
Michael Cassidy 42.00 m
Mark Donovan 42.00 m
Alex Jefferies 44.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 45.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 46.00 m
Ray Earle 50.00 m
Mick Abbott 53.00 m
Nando Princi 53.00 m
Lesley Tompson 54.00 m
John Turner 54.00 m
Mark Barnett 57.00 m
Darcy Cheney 59.00 m
Ron Axford 60.00 m
David Jelfs 60.00 m
Bob Pearce 60.00 m
Daniel Tregenza 60.00 m
Brett Stokes 62.00 m
Jackie Chehade 64.00 m
Mark Howson 70.00 m
Ian Reddaway 84.00 m
Sue Turner 86.00 m
Debbie Roberts 88.00 m
Lyn Peake 90.00 m
Kathryn Blute 95.00 m
Brian Witty 95.00 m
Peter Noblet 110.00 m


400m Under 20
Alex Saliu 4.00 m
Kane Russell 16.00 m
Sam Osmond 20.00 m
Niwili White Forest 20.00 m
Sam Royans 21.00 m
Max Stevens 26.00 m
Jake Stangewitz 29.00 m
Liam Wright 29.00 m
Jakson Messent 30.00 m
Jacobi Ponury 30.00 m
Jarrad Watkins 30.00 m
Callum Ritchie 32.00 m
Terence Murphy 33.00 m
Nick Beins 35.00 m
Tim Earle 35.00 m
Riordan Welsh 35.00 m
Aaron Jelfs 36.00 m
Benjamin Wever 36.00 m
Brad Jones 45.00 m
Corey Watkins 50.00 m
Katie Devlin 60.00 m
Rachel Fisk 65.00 m
Maeve Connolly 66.00 m
Tayce Fry 68.00 m
Jessica Oates 68.00 m
Kyla Brown 75.00 m


550m Novice
Callum Ritchie 30.00 m
Max Stevens 30.00 m
Tim Earle 40.00 m
Connor McIvor 40.00 m
Matthew Hagias 44.00 m
Riordan Welsh 44.00 m
Murlin Every 45.00 m
Nikolas Gray 45.00 m
Steven Evanson 46.00 m
Jake Stangewitz 48.00 m
Steven Gater 54.00 m
Karim Ghaoui 54.00 m
Matthew Zacher 54.00 m
James Grant 55.00 m
Aaron Jelfs 56.00 m
Terence Murphy 56.00 m
Brad Jones 60.00 m
Luke Stewart 82.00 m
Chris Dimitrak 96.00 m


800m Women
Bridgid Connolly 35.00 m
Kate McKenzie 40.00 m
Melissa Lloyd 54.00 m
Lisa Davis 60.00 m
Claire Xian 65.00 m
Tasmin McMahon 70.00 m
Christine Fenech 80.00 m
Ali Trewartha 80.00 m
Sarah Hakendorf 110.00 m
Narrah Luks 130.00 m
Courtney Ryder 150.00 m
Debbie Roberts 170.00 m
Melanie Stewart 170.00 m


1600m Open
Robert Killmier 55.00 m
Peter Hyde 85.00 m
Jacob Cocks 90.00 m
Lachlan Scott 110.00 m
Riley Cocks 120.00 m
Michael Hane 135.00 m
Hamish Holmes 140.00 m
Aiden Miller 140.00 m
Stephen Jelfs 145.00 m
Ben Crawford 160.00 m
Murlin Every 165.00 m
James Grant 170.00 m
Christopher Ross 175.00 m
Sean Burton 185.00 m
Chad Truscott 200.00 m
Tim Callahan 210.00 m
Gregor Dingwall 260.00 m
Richard McMahon 260.00 m
Melissa Lloyd 310.00 m
Gaetano Aiello 320.00 m
Tasmin McMahon 320.00 m
Claire Xian 320.00 m

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