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PROTRACK » VAL RESULTS » Keilor Gift Results & REPORT 19/02/2011

Keilor Gift Results & REPORT 19/02/2011

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1 Keilor Gift Results & REPORT 19/02/2011 on Mon Feb 21, 2011 10:20 am

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KEILOR SPORT CLUB
Saturday 19/02/2011

120m Gift FINAL
1 Robert LEHMANN 10.75 12.595
2 Cam DUNBAR 7.50 12.675
3 Darren WHITTAKER 12.00 12.729
4 Augustine CARTY-CO 8.00 12.735
5 Josh TIU 8.75 12.752
DNF Matthew MIFSUD 11.00


70m Open FINAL
1 Melissa HOWARD 11.50 7.565
2 Shane BUCKINGHAM 12.25 7.643
3 David GROSS 6.25 7.661
4 Matthew KIERNAN 6.25 7.681
5 Robert VIDLER 2.50 7.685
6 Cam DUNBAR 4.25 7.718


70m Skins
1 Dan MARTIN 0.00 8.076
2 Kevin BRITTAIN 1.00 8.100
3 Bros KELLY 1.75 8.116
4 Matthew HARGREAVE 1.25 8.162
5 Paul TANCREDI 2.00 8.222
6 Dale WOODHAMS 0.75 8.361


120m Women's FINAL
1 Melanie PURKISS 4.25 14.546
2 Megan McMAHON 15.00 14.554
3 Patricia FOX 8.75 14.642
4 Narelle LEHMANN 7.75 14.647
5 Marita DOWNES 11.75 14.698
6 Katie MOORE 1.75 14.727


300m Veterans FINAL
1 Rodney MATHEWS 5.00 37.340
2 Mathew BOYES 21.00 37.36
3 Wayne DALZIEL 30.00 37.64
4 Martin BARROW 24.00 37.80
5 Noel MAGHAMEZ 44.00 37.83
6 John HILDITCH 27.00 37.91
7 Steven HURL 26.00 37.98
8 Paul HUGHES 5.00 38.13
9 Brian WRIGHT 23.00 38.27
10 Chris ROCHE 18.00 38.47


400m Open FINAL
1 Adam RATCLIFFE 30.00 48.690
2 Glenn COOPER 46.00 48.700
3 Matt GRANT 29.00 48.71
4 Cameron YORKE 22.00 49.07
5 Chris HARGREAVES 23.00 49.08
6 Steven MARSH 37.00 49.41
7 Alex CAREW 11.00 49.43
8 Josh MATHER 21.00 49.45
9 Joel BEE 12.00 49.47
DQ Dominic HOSKINS 24.00 49.42 Disqualified


400m Women's FINAL
1 Alexandra BULIC 18.00 56.80
2 Rochelle KENNEDY 22.00 57.10
3 Tarryn FISHER 39.00 57.28
4 Mandy EMMETT 60.00 57.29
5 Stephanie JINKS 35.00 57.30
6 Stephanie MOLLICA 14.00 57.50
7 Kathryn HEAGNEY 72.00 57.51
8 Kim MCDONOUGH 40.00 58.51
9 Taleisha IANZANO 30.00 58.52
10 Amanda RUSSELL 45.00 58.53


400m Novice FINAL
1 Jessica FARRUGIA 80.00 49.26
2 Lonain BURNETT 29.00 49.43
3 Travis PIKE 36.00 49.61
4 David GIROLAMO 53.00 49.66
5 Daniel KHOBYAR 38.00 49.75
6 Rilyn MOSBEY 35.00 49.86
7 Rhys PARKINSON 39.00 50.50
8 Matthew SMITH 22.00 50.64
9 Uchitha WIJESEKARA 44.00 50.65
SCR Jack DOOLEY 28.00 Scratched


800m Open FINAL
1 Ben CRAWFORD 62.00 1:53.51
2 Sean QUILTY 78.00 1:56.13
3 Mark HIPWORTH 76.00 1:56.28
4 Mark ANDREWS 38.00 1:58.07
5 Greg BARTON 96.00 1:58.28
6 Josh NOLAN 24.00 1:59.21
7 Matthew McCAULEY 38.00 1:59.50
8 Neil BRENNAN 44.00 2:00.10
9 David WOODS 74.00 2:01.13
10 Dominic HOSKINS 34.00 2:05.25


800m VCCL Womens
1 Kirrily BURNETT 66.00 2:16.21
2 Kathryn HEAGNEY 146.00 2:16.22
3 Rebecca CATO 84.00 2:18.07
4 Lauren CROWE 80.00 2:18.45
5 Celia COSGRIFF 40.00 2:19.45
6 Laura YORKE 90.00 2:19.67
7 Lynn GUNNING 106.00 2:25.32
8 Kerrieanne HOCKING 126.00 2:26.75


1600m Backmarkers
1 Sean QUILTY 155.00 4:10.99
2 Arron DOWNES 155.00 4:11.34
3 Barry TOSSOL 165.00 4:11.67
4 Ian BURROWS 140.00 4:12.05
5 Brendan CANTY 100.00 4:13.56
6 Matthew MCDONOUG 100.00 4:14.52
7 Cody WILLIAMSON 80.00 4:16.30
8 Paul MUNRO 100.00 4:17.24

120m RACV Youth FINAL
1 Andrew CAMPBELL 8.00 13.561
2 Michael GATT 11.25 13.580
3 Thomas SKINNER 15.25 13.634
4 Paddy McDONALD 6.00 13.644
5 Luke ANTHONY 4.50 13.682
6 Matthew SMITH 5.00 13.844
7 Uchitha WIJESEKARA 14.00 13.884
8 Jack LEWIS 8.00 14.290


1600m Frontmarkers
1 Greg HILSON 210.00 4:20.61
2 Simon BLYTH 205.00 4:21.68
3 Sarah KLEIN 240.00 4:22.33
4 David PAGE 200.00 4:22.62
5 Lauren CROWE 340.00 4:22.96
6 Craig HARRIS 180.00 4:22.98
7 Glenn WESTON 305.00 4:23.28
8 Phillip BOWES 245.00 4:23.68



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2 Re: Keilor Gift Results & REPORT 19/02/2011 on Mon Feb 21, 2011 4:12 pm

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http://www.brimbankweekly.com.au/news/local/news/general/keilor-gift-won-by-rob-lehmann/2082039.aspx



Keilor Gift won by Rob Lehmann
Brimbank Weekly
21 Feb, 2011


THE master beat the apprentices in the sprint to the 2011 Keilor Gift.

Rob Lehmann, a long-time competitor at Victorian Athletic League events, brushed aside disappointment at the Ararat Gift seven days earlier to record a breathtaking runaway win in the final of the prestigious 120-metre handicap event at Keilor Recreation Reserve on Saturday night.

Lehmann, starting off a handicap of 10.75 metres in the yellow singlet from lane four, clocked an adjusted time of 12.595 to beat defending champion Cam Dunbar (12.675) and Darren Whittaker (12.729).

Keilor Sports Club gift committee member Matthew Webster said it was never in doubt for one of the most experienced runners in the six-man final field.

‘‘He trains a number of runners in Ballarat and last week at the Ararat Gift one of his training boys, Nathan Fox, narrowly beat him on the line,’’ Webster said.

‘‘He turned the tables on the rest of the field and won convincingly [at Keilor].’’

Lehmann has enjoyed a long association with athletics.

The VAL director began his career as a long jumper where he was twice the under-age national champion.

He turned his back on the sandpit after persistent ankle problems and turned to pro running in 1988.

Lehmann’s victory at Keilor adds to a long list of honours, including victories at Bendigo, Melton, Castlemaine and last year at Sandringham.

‘‘He certainly has had a long career,’’ Webster said.

The hard-luck story on an otherwise glittering night was Matthew Mifsud. Mifsud was one of the leading contenders due to his blistering performances in the heats. He pulled up short of the line after sustaining what was thought to be a hamstring injury.

‘‘I thought he might have caused an upset,’’ Webster said.

Outside the placings were Augustine Carty-Cowling and Josh Tiu.

There was an international flavour attached to the 120-metre Billie Jo Peterson women’s final.

Melanie Purkiss (14.546), a one-time Great Britain representative at the Commonwealth Games, edged out last year’s runner-up Megan McMahon (14.554) by the barest of margins with Patricia Fox (14.642) rounding out the placings.

Webster was thrilled with the level of competition in, at times, tricky conditions. The wind died down for the late-night finals, but that was not the case for the heats.

‘‘They were running a fairly strong head wind over the course of the day,’’ he said.

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