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Loxton Gift Carnival RESULTS Sat. 25th Feb 2017

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Loxton Gift Carnival
RESULTS
Saturday 25th February 2017


120m Gift Heats
Heat 1
1 J Norris 8.0m 13.03s
2 R Williams 7.5m 13.06s
3 C Verrall 9.25m 13.19s
4 N Berry 12.0m 13.59s
5 T O'Loughlin 10.25m 13.90s

Heat 2
1 D Bulabek 9.25m 13.21s
2 B Schutz 11.25m 13.33s
Eq3 J Evans 6.0m 13.34s
Eq3 R Hancock 10.0m 13.34s
5 B Jackson 7.5m 14.04s
6 H Petherick 12.0m 14.15s

Heat 3
1 M Tucker 7.75m 13.11s
2 O Callahan 7.25m 13.12s
3 L Weir 9.0m 13.26s
4 J Dartnall 11.25m 13.27s
5 L Grubb 10.0m 13.40s
6 B Hardy 12.0m 14.61s

Heat 4
1 H Rothe 9.5m 12.99s
2 S Baird 7.25m 13.10s
3 T Johnson 8.75m 13.20s
4 J Tronnolone 7.75m 13.31s
5 L Wright 10.5m 13.36s

SF1
1 J Norris 8.00m 12.94s
2 S Baird 7.25m 12.99s
3 C Verrall 9.25m 13.10s
4 O Callahan 7.25m 13.12s
5 B Schutz 11.25m 13.19s
6 L Weir 9.00m 13.30s
7 J Tronnolone 7.75m 13.34s
8 R Hancock 10.00m 13.45s

SF2
1 H Rothe 9.50m 12.95s
2 D Bulabek 9.25m 13.00s
3 R Williams 7.50m 13.10s
4 M Tucker 7.75m 13.187s
5 T Johnson 8.75m 13.191s
6 J Evans 6.00m 13.27s
7 J Dartnall 11.25m 13.38s
8 L Wright 10.50m 13.40s

NIPPYS 120m Gift FINAL
1 Jack Norris 8.00m 12.90s
Eq2 Sebastian Baird 7.25m 12.96s
Eq2 Hayden Rothe 9.50m 12.96s
4 Ryan Williams 7.50m 12.98s
5 Connor Verrall 9.25m 13.00s
6 Deng Bulabek 9.25m 13.03s
7 Brad Schutz 11.25m 13.14s
8 Oliver Callahan 7.25m 13.20s


120m Women
SF1
1 R McMullan 10.50m 14.48s
2 T Fry 16.75m 14.60s
3 R Parham 15.50m 14.84s
4 L Viney 4.00m 14.90s
5 H Orman 9.25m 14.88s
6 K Monks 10.0m 14.97s
7 L Peake 26.00m 14.99s
8 A Laube 8.50m 15.19s

SF2
1 K Symons 11.0m 14.82s
2 J Williams 11.00m 14.98s
3 A Trewartha 9.00m 15.00s
4 L Micklethwaite 10.50m 15.03s
5 K Collins 18.50m 15.07s
6 N Henry 11.00m 15.27s
7 K Fantinel 18.00m 15.44s
8 R Dostan 12.00m 15.55s

120m Womens FINAL
1 Ryelie McMullan 10.50m 14.31s
2 Jess Williams 11.00m 14.42s
3 Kellie Symons 11.00m 14.46s
4 Rommi Parham 15.50m 14.47s
5 Tayce Fry 16.75m 14.50s
6 Lynette Viney 4.00m 14.51s
7 Hayley Orman 9.25m 14.77s
8 Kate Monks 10.00m 14.84s


70m Open FINAL
1 Brad Schutz 7.75m 7.92s
2 Lyall Weir 6.75m 7.96s
3 Tyson Hancock 10.75m 8.028s
4 Mitchell Tucker 5.50m 8.039s
5 Jarrad Dartnall 8.00m 8.046s
6 Ross Nitschke 12.50m 8.049s
7 Hayden Rothe 6.75m 8.052s
8 Nickolas Berry 9.00m 8.060s


70m Under 14's FINAL
1 Jack Whelan 4.0m 9.41s
2 Ben Burbridge -0.50m (Broke) 9.59s
3 Xavier Poole 0.00m 9.73s
4 Jay Watson 0.00m 9.786s
5 Lakara Stallan 1.50m 9.81s
6 Connor Brennan 6.5m 9.82s


Under 18’s 120m
SF1
1 L Grubb 9.25m 13.80s
2 L Stallan 22.00m 13.89s
3 N Wright 14.50m 13.96s
4 C Hildyard 28.0m 13.97s
5 H Buchanan 15.25m 13.98s
6 T Blyzno 9.75m 14.04s
7 C Stallan 19.50m 14.44s

SF2
1 M Farmer 15.50m 13.57s
2 C Cox 7.75m 13.63s
3 R Dostan 23.00m 13.90s
4 E Betro 27.00m 13.90s
5 J Simspon 7.00m 14.03s
6 T Stallan 20.50m 14.29s
7 J Whelan 21.00m 14.37s

Under 18’s 120m FINAL
1 Molly Farmer 15.50m 13.18s
2 Lachlan Grubb 9.25m 13.46s
3 Corey Cox 7.75m 13.48s
4 Nicholas Wright 14.50m 13.56s
5 Rebecca Dostan 23.00m 13.72s
6 Charlie Hildyard 28.00m 13.82s
7 Ebony Betro 27.00m 13.96s
8 Lakara Stallan 22.00m 14.30s


300m WOMEN FINAL
1 Kayla Lemm 34m 37.83s
2 Czenya Cavouras 18m 38.09s
3 Nikki Austin 330m 38.89s
4 Simone Rothe 52m 39.62s
5 Grainne Henry 30m 38.79s
6 Mikayla Round 24m 39.13s
7 Molly Farmer 20m 39.65s
8 Tayce Fry 42m 39.65s


300m Open FINAL
1 Daniel Flesfader 43m 34.02s
2 Wallace Long-Scafidi 12m 34.34s
3 John Evans 14m 34.55s
4 Nickolas Berry 34m 34.78s
5 Jordan Tronnolone 22m 34.96s
6 David Girolamo 34m 35.15s
7 Tim Johnson 28m 35.72s
8 Jarrad Dartnall 27m 35.90s


Under 18's 300m FINAL
1 Lakara Stallan 60m 35.68s
2 Taylah Stallan 54m 36.29s
3 Jay Watson 40m 36.67s
4 Luis Lawriw-Lattanzio 24m 36.90s
5 Xavier Poole 38m 37.23s
6 Lachlan Grubb 20m 37.48s
7 James Simspon 14m 37.73s
8 Hamish Buchanan 38m 47.73s (Fell)


300m Over 35's FINAL
1 Cameron White 37m 36.05s
2 Nathan Hoare 41m
3 Mark Burns 33m
4 Ross Nitschke 25m
5 Salvador Jurado 23m
6 Michael Cassidy 32m
7 Mark Barnett 55m
8 Sue Turner 63m


800m Novice
1 Chan Mayol 60m 1-50.90
2 David Girolamo 95m 1-52.27
3 Brayden Thiel 75m 2-00.24
4 Jared McDougall 110m 2-05.01
5 Connor Verrall 46m 2-07.50
6 Sam Bentley 85m 2-10.55


1000m Open
1 Chan Mayol 70m 2-26.17
2 Matthew Fallon 90m 2-27.54
3 Lachlan Burrows 100m 2-29.31
4 Tim Earle 58m 2-29.72
5 Bradley Kitto 48m 2-31.38
6 Mark Beveridge 120m 2-33.51
7 Stefan Catalano 175m 2-35.38
8 Brayden Thiel 100m
DNF Bryce Watkins 22m


1000m Women
1 Lexie Bentley 146m 2-52.34
2 Emma Kitto 115m
3 Lisa Roberts 160m
4 Lauren McHugh 125m
5 Montana Beruldsen 100m


1000m Over 35's
1 Salvador Jurado 50m 2-40.12
2 Mark Beveridge 52m
3 Peter Brennan 140m
4 Cameron White 130m
5 Mark Barnett 200m
6 Amana Watts 180m


50m SKINS
1 Mitchell Tucker 0.00m NTT
2 Ali Wright 5.50m
3 Jared McDougall 4.00m
4 Lily Micklethwaite 5.00m
5 Trent O'Loughlin 3.00m
6 Amy Robb 7.00m
7 Caitlin Stallan 6.50m
8 Sam Bentley 4.00m



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Under 18’s 120m FINAL
1 Molly Farmer 15.50m 13.18s
2 Lachlan Grubb 9.25m 13.46s
3 Corey Cox 7.75m 13.48s
4 Nicholas Wright 14.50m 13.56s
5 Rebecca Dostan 23.00m 13.72s
6 Charlie Hildyard 28.00m 13.82s
7 Ebony Betro 27.00m 13.96s
8 Lakara Stallan 14.30s

Impressive by Farmer. compared to Viney in the womens 120 she is 1m slower over 100m.

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Very disappointed with the 2nd Placegetter saying he was PISSED OFF with the Handicapper for the Mark he received.
We are now catering for athletes as young as 12 years old and I dont think they need to hear that sort of language directed at Officials.
First of all Great Run on Sat night but you let yourself down badly on the dais.
You won in 2016 and on Sat night you were allocated 4 metres less on 12m, so WHATS THE PROBLEM
Theres has been 3 x 300m races at meetings since Christmas yet you have chosen to only run at one.
I will be very disappointed if the SAAL doesnt take further action considering the age of athlete we have running now, They simply dont need to hear that sort of language directed at Officials. No  No
Below is a list of past winners of the 300m at Loxton and the difference in Mark they received the following year.

2011 Ali Salui.........-6
2012 Jake Stangewitz.........-4
2013 Alex Salui.............-4
2014 Damian Tohl......-6
2015 Luke Houlihan ....did not nominate
2016 Wallace Long Scafidi..........-4

So as you can see the Handicapper is very consistant and the fact you ran 2nd says the Handicapper has got it pretty well right.
I know in the heat of disappointment you may say things that later you may regret and this may be the case here.

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I'm not sure when this incident that Whispers is referring to occurred. I was near and around the finish and never saw it. I'm not disputing the veracity of Whispers' allegations however it certainly wasn't something that was noticeable immediately following the event.

My guess if there was some issue over a handicap it may have been regarding the 120m?

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Admin wrote:I'm not sure when this incident that Whispers is referring to occurred. I was near and around the finish and never saw it. I'm not disputing the veracity of Whispers' allegations however it certainly wasn't something that was noticeable immediately following the event.

My guess if there was some issue over a handicap it may have been regarding the 120m?

It was on the Dais being interviewed by Terry for everyone to hear, which somewhat tarnished the effort he had just put in.
For those locals who dont regularly attend SAAL meetings and for those with young families I just thought that his timing to have a shot at the Handicapper and the language used was out of place.
We all regret saying things at times and I think if he was to have his time on the mike over again he may not quite vent his anger on his handicap the same way.

BG


Whispers,

Calling the shots from the cheap seats again?

You'll be disappointed if the SAAL don't action something huh? Who is the SAAL? Who are the people that you will be disappointed in?

Do you expect action from doing the old keyboard warrior thing on a public forum without putting your name to it? It's not impressive.

If you really have a concern, the correct way to action it is to write to the SAAL office and set it out. Be good to sign it with your name too.

BG

shifty


On another note very disappointing at the lack of people setting up and packing down!!! From what i read it stated A-M set up and N-Z pack down. Seems its always the same people setting up and packing up. Only squad members i saw where from Mckinnion and Camden

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On another note very disappointing at the lack of people setting up and packing down!!! From what i read it stated A-M set up and N-Z pack down. Seems its always the same people setting up and packing up. Only squad members i saw where from Mckinnion and Camden!!!

There were other clubs staying back but maybe doing it without singing and dancing about it just getting it done and moving off

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Roster for Flagstaff Hill - Saturday 11th March 2017

First three named should be good for several helpers. In fairness to Haney he only has one athlete and he's not running at Flagstaff Hill.
Team Tempo - waste of time, them being rostered on. May as well put Team Trump on the roster.

Flagstaff (John LeRay)
Reynella (Gary Thompson)
Southern (Ali Saliu)
Team Tempo (Adam Didyk)
ATS (Michael Hane)

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BG wrote:Whispers,

Calling the shots from the cheap seats again?

You'll be disappointed if the SAAL don't action something huh? Who is the SAAL? Who are the people that you will be disappointed in?

Do you expect action from doing the old keyboard warrior thing on a public forum without putting your name to it? It's not impressive.

If you really have a concern, the correct way to action it is to write to the SAAL office and set it out. Be good to sign it with your name too.

BG


All Im saying BG is I have too much respect for the Officials ,to let what was said pass without some sort of action.
No need to write to the SAAL as it was out there for everyone to hear.
Im assuming you either didnt hear it or it didnt bother you and that really suprises me if you heard it and it was okay as you had a very young squad with you Sat night.

BG


Can't believe I'm engaging with somebody who I don't even know, but Whispers, you haven't answered any of the questions I have asked have you?

I didn't hear what apparently got said, because I was off doing other things...

...so that gets me to the questions - who is it at the SAAL that needs to action your concerns? Am I expected to action them because you have chosen to anonymously raise issue on a public forum? You can't tell me you expect that to happen and keep a straight face can you?

There actually is a necessity to raise it formally, and properly, with the SAAL office if others didn't hear it. If you don't want to, then I can only assume that you are yet another armchair expert who sits up the back of the grandstand and criticises the way that the real people are doing things.

I expect you'll harp on again about what apparently got said as your answer to this post. Don't bother. My questions relate to your conduct, not that of the person you have an issue with.

Go your hardest though. You'll have a free hit, because I won't respond anymore...at least not until you can put up.

BG

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So Admin didnt hear it , BG didnt hear , Im very sorry then because I must have dreamt it.

Betina


BG you are very aggressive in your response to Whispers!

If that's what Whispers heard, then that's what Whispers heard.

Is it really for Whispers to choose a name from SAAL and order action? Why do you need a name? Whispers is using the word SAAL as an organisation, not an individual.

SAAL is the overarching body in which Whispers believes would have the authority to stamp out anything that would bring our sport into disrepute.... whatever...

Wls


Must be a slow news week in the athletics world for anyone to be talking about this!

What I said is what I said if you feel a bit buthurt by it well that's your problem, had my time again I would have said it again and again.

If you knew the first thing about me you would know I say what I want and have no problem speaking my mind no matter where or when and who I say it to, and I won't be stopping that just to appease some like yourself who talks crap about others, probably because you can't do it yourself!!

As for the Saal doing something about it I invite them to contact me but I would bet they have better things to do with their time.

I also invite you whispers next time you feel like voicing an opinion to bring it straight to me seeing as I guess you were there at Loxton you would have had time to come speak to me as many people did after the race all of which didn't seem to mention a problem with what I had to say.

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Admin wrote:Roster for Flagstaff Hill - Saturday 11th March 2017

First three named should be good for several helpers. In fairness to Haney he only has one athlete and he's not running at Flagstaff Hill.
Team Tempo - waste of time, them being rostered on. May as well put Team Trump on the roster.

Flagstaff (John LeRay)
Reynella (Gary Thompson)
Southern (Ali Saliu)
Team Tempo (Adam Didyk)
ATS (Michael Hane)

Hi Admin
Obviously Shifty is PISSED OFF with those that are confused with what letter of the alphabet their Surname begins with and didnt help at Loxton..Perhaps their names could be added to the list to help at Flagstaff to replace Team Trump. Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

shifty


BG you are very aggressive in your response to Whispers!

If that's what Whispers heard, then that's what Whispers heard.

Is it really for Whispers to choose a name from SAAL and order action? Why do you need a name? Whispers is using the word SAAL as an organisation, not an individual.

SAAL is the overarching body in which Whispers believes would have the authority to stamp out anything that would bring our sport into disrepute.... whatever...


Betina! I agree with you, to say anything about an official on the dais is very disappointing. BG i think you need to re read what Whispers has read as it was not having a go at anyone just simply stating what was heard.

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Given Wallace has not denied the comments, we can't criticise Whispers - that's just shooting the messenger.

He clearly was offended by the comments and felt they were out of line.

On this rare occasion, I agree with Whispers. The dais is no place to criticise the handicapper. You should talk about the race and keep it positive, showing gratitude to the sponsors and thanking a few people such as coach, stable, family etc.

From what I understand Wallace accepts he's not running well and declared (privately) Loxton was his last run for this season. If he was in best shape, he most likely would still be running for a few more weeks, if for no other reason but to finish the season with a PB.

I don't know the background as to why he has not been running as well this season, as he has in the past. I can only assess Wallace on what I've seen.

Recently in the ASA state championships, in good conditions he could only manage 22.45 for 3rd place, 5m behind Harrison Hunt (21.86) and Liam Moss (21.88).

Before that he ran 51.54sec for 400m, finishing behind another couple of teenagers in Hamish Petherick (51.32) and Shantan DeSilva (51.05).

That's a fair war way off his best.  On Saturday, despite being out of form, he still managed to finish 2nd off 12m in the 300m. It was a pretty good run in the circumstances.

Clearly if he was in best shape - say around low 49s for 400m he probably wins the 300m on Saturday.

The fact is - it wasn't the handicapper's fault he was beaten so he should not have had a crack at Leon Burckhardt.

In my view - given what he has achieved over the journey including some decent PBs - he has the marks to be very competitive and is capable of winning races.



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OK,

Last one - so that there can be no misunderstanding.

There is a right way to raise a concern and then there is posting something on a forum under an alias and saying you'll be disappointed if somebody else doesn't do something (without actually saying who that somebody else is).

I have set out, pretty plainly, what the right way is. That has been not just ignored, but rejected. If you don't want to do it the right way, stick to the cheap seats and getting nowhere.

..and to be abundantly clear, I'm not commenting at all on what did or did not get said. I wasn't listening, so I didn't hear it.

None of this is rocket science.

BG





shifty


On another note very disappointing at the lack of people setting up and packing down!!! From what i read it stated A-M set up and N-Z pack down. Seems its always the same people setting up and packing up. Only squad members i saw where from Mckinnion and Camden!!!

There were other clubs staying back but maybe doing it without singing and dancing about it just getting it done and moving off


Sorry Safrican i did see coastals as well setting up Wink BG did you squad help?

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BG wrote:OK,

Last one - so that there can be no misunderstanding.

There is a right way to raise a concern and then there is posting something on a forum under an alias and saying you'll be disappointed if somebody else doesn't do something (without actually saying who that somebody else is).

I have set out, pretty plainly, what the right way is. That has been not just ignored, but rejected. If you don't want to do it the right way, stick to the cheap seats and getting nowhere.

..and to be abundantly clear, I'm not commenting at all on what did or did not get said. I wasn't listening, so I didn't hear it.

None of this is rocket science.

BG




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APPENDIX 1”
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ATHLETIC LEAGUE INC


4.3
Abuse of officials
Up to $500


In an earlier post you said who is the SAAL, well the SAAL INC whoever they are have a set of rules and Scales of fees and fines.
Certainly doesnt warrant $500 fine but the least a Written warning.
I wont be commenting on this subject again but just hope in coming meetings we dont have a 12 year old saying something similar because its okay for the older athletes to do it.Certainly a very good defence !!

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