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Bendigo RESULTS - Sat/Sun 11 & 12 March 2017

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1 Bendigo RESULTS - Sat/Sun 11 & 12 March 2017 on Sat Mar 11, 2017 11:55 pm

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RESULTS
Saturday 11th March 2017


70m Semi Finals Draw
Matt Carter 2.25m 7.77s
Jack Norris 4.00m 7.66s
Daniel Sonsini 4.50m 7.61s
Daniel Richardson 6.00m 7.66s
Hana Basic 9.00m 7.87s
Stephanie Richards 11.75m 7.63s

Nathan Riali 2.50m 7.62s
Tim Rooke 4.25m 7.74s
David Gross 6.75m 7.65s
Craig Mair 8.25m 7.60s
Keely Henderson 12.25m 7.74s
Karlee Bailey 14.00m 7.62s

Nick MacGibbon 3.50m 7.76s
Ben Kirk 5.75m 7.63s
Kristerfer Kardakovski 6.00m 7.66s
Michael Voumard 6.75m 7.69s
Rupert Lugo 6.75m 7.57s
Taylah Perry 12.25m 7.67s

The above was the draw in handicap order. Results not to hand.
Athletes in red made the final.

FINAL Wind: -0.5 Raw time
1 Daniel Sonsini 4.50m 7.612s
2 Karlee Bailey 14.00m 7.617s
3 Nathan Riali 2.50m 7.631s
4 Kristerfer Kardakovski 6.00m 7.694s
5 Rupert Lugo 6.75m 7.756s
6 Matt Carter 2.25m 7.787s
All times are the raw times.


Women's 120m Semi Final Draw
Handicap order & heat time.
SF1
Jessica Payne 2.00m 14.19s
Tara Domaschenz 4.75m 14.27s
Caitlin Hawks 7.50m 14.19s
Taylah Perry 7.50m 14.16s
Lily Micklethwait 9.00m 14.34s
Jody Richards 13.25m 14.22s

SF2
Kendra Hubbard 2.50m 14.22s
Laura Downie 7.75m 14.24s
Karlee Bailey 10.00m 14.26s
Kirsty Stevens 10.50m 14.13s
Kim McDonough 15.50m 14.26s
Michelle Young 16.50m 14.21s

SF3
Angela Byrt 4.00m 14.29s
Amie Mittiga 5.25m 14.21s
Abby Chapman 5.75m 14.10s
Bridget Powell 8.00m 14.26s
Dani Pike 13.25m 14.27s
Anne Fidler 16.00m 14.27s




Bendigo 120m Open Gift
Semi Final Draw

Handicap order; times are those recorded in the heat.
SF1
Nathan Riali 3.00m 12.676s
Michael Romanin 4.50m 12.533s
Spencer Browne 5.00m 12.715s
Jack Norris 7.25m 12.604s
David Gross 9.75m 12.669s
Callum James 9.75m 12.532s

SF2
Matt Carter 3.00m 12.641s
Jojo Kwenin 5.00m 12.659s
Nick MacGibbon 6.75m 12.479s
Hamish Adams 8.00m 12.655s
Darren Whittaker 12.50m 12.563s
Tim Rosen 13.50m 12.595s

SF3
Kevin Brittain 7.25m 12.647s
Cam Dunbar 8.50m 12.577s
Jason Bailey 9.50m 12.772s
Leigh Phelan 9.75m 12.433s
Kristerfer Kardakovski 10.25m 12.572s
Jonathon Rogers 15.50m 12.619s


Under 20's 120m FINAL.  Wind: -1.9
1 Baylee O'Connor 28.00m 13.010s
2 Claire Hurley 35.00m 13.025s
3 Lily Ryan-Brown 31.00m 13.133s
4 Hamish Adams 7.75m 13.153s
5 Angus See 11.00m 13.183s
6 Deni O'Connor 33.00m 13.187s


Bendigo Black Opal 400m Semi Finals

Handicap order & time recorded in the heat.
SF1
Dominic Hoskins 21m 47.69s
Matthew Murray 23m ??.??
Jake Hilson 25m 46.49s
Connor Verrall 26m 46.43s
Nick Magree 32m 46.87s
Samuel Sabbatucci 34m 46.46s
Matt Burleigh 35m 47.78s
Matthew Harvey 40m 47.24s

SF2
Dion Paull 21m 47.24s
Paul Tancredi 24m 48.80s
Harrison Lagastes 31m 46.70s
Harrison Kerr 32m 46.46s
Lonain Burnett 33m 46.89s
Michael Voumard 37m 47.26s
Paul Hughes 38m 46.41s
Neil Brennan 40m 47.21s

SF3
Greg Mitchell 21m 47.05s
Stuart Aberdein 24m 47.09s
Ashley Kenshole 24m 46.07s
Tim Rooke 28m 46.48s
Callum James 32m 47.75s
Mitchell Palmer 34m 47.62s
Brett Maurer 40m 47.06s
Aaron Downes 40m 47.30s

Ashley Kenshole recorded the fastest time of 46.07s. He has a few metres up on the rest of the field with Paul Hughes (46.41s) 2nd fastest & SA's Connor Verrall 3rd fastest with 46.43s.


800m OPEN Final
1 Jack Anderson 40m 1-50.64
2 Daniel Lawlor 56m 1-51.49
3 Jacob Nolan 66m 1-51.54
4 Jeremy Weeks 42m 1-51.78
5 David Page 80m 1-51.82
6 Matt Grant 46m 1-52.67
7 Brad Kitto 28m 1-53.47
8 Josh Nolan 28m 1-55.91
9 Jacob Reed 20m 1-58.63


400m Women's FINAL
1 Kasey Moore 41m 53.336s
2 Jessica Payne 20m 53.345s
3 Anna Pasquali 39m 53.65s
4 Abby Chapman 27m 53.86s
5 Czenya Cavouras 22m 53.88s
6 Jody Richards 37m 54.19s
7 Karoline Curtis 46m 54.32s
8 Megan McMahon 47m 54.60s
9 Caitlin Hawks 18m 55.53s


400m U/20's FINAL
1 Darcy Ireland 58m 46.35s
2 Alex Tzilantonis 92m 47.23s
3 Jack Beer 78m 47.24s



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2 300m Masters FINAL on Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:09 pm

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Harrison Kerr won the Bendigo Black Opal. First prize is $3,500 & a black opal.

1 Harrison Kerr 32m 44.80sec
2 Ashley Kenshole 24m
3 Jake Hilson 25m

Great to be able to hear it live via the VAL.



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Interesting to see an under 18 athlete off 32m winning the opal by 5m! why can't anyone see this kids potential and under the natural progression of a teenager pull his mark back to what is necessary for someone of this calibre. He has run at 6/17 VAL carnivals prior to Bendigo and only nominating once at Avondale for a 400m where he was also awarded 32m however scratched this season.
His 70m mark is inflated for his age now at 6.50m, should have won the bay 70m off 7m however slipped at the start (running an unadjusted 7.462sec).
The kid has talent no doubt and he has show cased that in his heat yesterday and tonight in winning his semi by 15m and the final by 5m for the Opal.
I'm not having a go at the handicapping I just don't see how this kid can fly so heavily under the radar and post a 44.80sec.
Surely after his outstanding effort at the Bay Sheffield in December over both the 70m open (7m - 2nd), 120m Restricted (9.5m 1st) and the 120m Gift (9.5m 6th) he will be under strict watch come Stawell.

Past winners of the 400m Opal:
2016 - 34m, 44.960sec
2015 - 14m, 45.976sec
2014 - 15m, 46.367sec

However congratulations for the VAL on another great meet integrating the cycling with the running. It made for a great spectacle for all the family and sports enthusiasts.

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He has been heavily scrutinised and pulled back in all distances since the Bay Sheffield where he did not win a penalty race. Despite that he was still penalised after Bay Sheffield where he was pulled in both the 70m and Gift. He has since won a gift and been further penalised in that distance. He hasnt been good enough in the 70m after his penalty in that and that showed when couldn't make the Don Furness 70m Final.
He ran 3rd in the Northcote 400m off 39m earlier in the year and was later pulled 7m in the 400m without winning or running a time. He did not run a 400m after Northcote, but still received a 7m penalty, however he was able to improve himself whilst not competing and that is the key component for setting for races and improving performance to hopefully win. He clearly had a focus on improving himself and not running for handicap lifts or running dead in races like many. A fine effort by the young man and congratulations would be the most gracious and fitting position for such an outstanding run.

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Well explained by Willo - as always.

From my perspective, the 400m marks in general in the VAL have been becoming inflated. It was only a matter of time before something like this happened.

In 1985 I won the Ringwood Gift off 32m. I was off 38m the previous season, but the whole field was pulled back 6m in 1984.

I was 25 and it took me 5 years to get that mark. I did win a novice 400m off 38m at Avoca the previous season. But that was my only win over the distance.

A training partner, Tony Carter went to a VRTA meeting the following week and said questions were asked about the Ringwod Gift and how did I got out so quickly to 32m. Given I started off 24m, 5 years earlier and had run in over forty 400m races  by the time Ringwood came around it was a pretty stupid reaction.

Now days it's common to see teenagers out on 32m within a couple of years and a handful of starts.


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youngy wrote:Well explained by Willo - as always.

From my perspective, the 400m marks in general in the VAL have been becoming inflated. It was only a matter of time before something like this happened.

In 1985 I won the Ringwood Gift off 32m. I was off 38m the previous season, but the whole field was pulled back 6m in 1984.

I was 25 and it took me 5 years to get that mark. I did win a novice 400m off 38m at Avoca the previous season (1983). But that was my only win over the distance.

A training partner, Tony Carter went to a VRTA meeting the following week and said questions were asked about the Ringwod Gift and how did I got out so quickly to 32m. Given I started off 24m, 5 years earlier and had run in over forty 400m races  by the time Ringwood came around it was a pretty stupid reaction.

Now days it's common to see teenagers out on 32m within a couple of years and a handful of starts.


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