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Keilor Gift

Who wins Keilor?

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1 Keilor Gift on Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:00 pm

Mex

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Keilor has always been a highlight. Some have said it is harder to make the final at Keilor than win the sash as the cut throat nature of the semi finals was always intriguing. Some very good athletes have won this event and I am sure we will see that tradition continue. Good numbers. Who do you like?

2 Re: Keilor Gift on Mon Feb 05, 2018 11:26 pm

untouchables

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Maybe any of these six will win

Rupert Lugo 10.75
Nick Magree 10.75
Matthew Harvey 11
Chris Diegan 11.5
Mark Hignett 12.25
Lawrence Coop 14

womens 120

Hawks
Mittiga
Downie
Richards
Lane
Jones
Domaschenz
Martin

Maybe any of these eight will win

3 Re: Keilor Gift on Mon Feb 05, 2018 11:49 pm

FortySevenThirty


Domaschenz nearly has to win this one I think Untouchables. From my view on the inside of the track I thought she got up at Ballarat as was the consensus from the majority of people on the inside that I talked to. The camera said Jones so it must have been very very close. So it is Domaschenz for me with Downie the main danger

4 Re: Keilor Gift on Tue Feb 06, 2018 4:28 am

untouchables

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FortySevenThirty wrote:Domaschenz nearly has to win this one I think Untouchables. From my view on the inside of the track I thought she got up at Ballarat as was the consensus from the majority of people on the inside that I talked to. The camera said Jones so it must have been very very close. So it is Domaschenz for me with Downie the main danger


Yeah I remember a few years ago I thought my girl ran third in the state champs and she kindly ask to see the photo they show it her and indeed she did run fourth. The photo never lies and I think the VAL has the right people doing the job. But if you go and live In Tassie and then go and race in Victoria a little birdie told me if you catch the boat over you will get a metre for doing so. lol!

5 Re: Keilor Gift on Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:00 pm

Hubbaup


I can assure you that you don’t get a metre if you travel down to Tassie on the boat Untouchables

6 Re: Keilor Gift on Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:51 pm

GLPR


eschebach
dunbar
mitchell
lugo
harvey
whittaker

winner: lugo

7 Re: Keilor Gift on Thu Feb 08, 2018 2:30 pm

XXL


If the votes are anything to go by it’ll be Lugo in a landslide! Gates being slept on heavily, 2nd at Burnie and beat Lugo by 3m

Panizza
Gates
Mitchell
Singh
Lugo
Harvey
Winner: Gates

Adams/Bailey/Ware/Eschebach/Whittaker to just miss final


8 Re: Keilor Gift on Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:00 am

Bang bang


Lugo just wins

9 Re: Keilor Gift on Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:27 am

safrican

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Does Keilor give a lift for stawell?

10 Re: Keilor Gift on Fri Feb 09, 2018 10:11 am

Hubbaup


Gates for me, only back 0.5m from Burnie so may have enough on Lugo. Hopefully not I would like a Victorian to get the chocolates. He is suspect in the last 20m so don’t give up on the chase boys

11 Re: Keilor Gift on Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:37 pm

Mex

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In the time that I have been doing this I do not recall a larger number of votes. Thank you for keeping this interesting. Normally I try to have a cut off of 10% and maybe go to 9% of votes but this week it looks like a lay down mezaire. Let's talk about the two guys out in front that have attracted all of the votes.

Rupert Lugo 10/75m / Nick Magree 10.75m - 27% (68 votes in total) - Lugo is a chance. His recent form suggests that he should be on the podium somewhere. It is races like this that athletes above the limit for Stawell should go for hard and Lugo will. I still feel that he is better suited to a shorter race and if he were back on 10m in a classic he may find the last 20m tough to hold off the back markers. Looking at the field I have him second. Magree is back to his winning mark and has shown that he has the stregnth in his final 10m to hold others off. What Lugo does at the start Magree does at the end. Having a 400m background helps him here and if he is fit and been working on his starts he is also a chance. Some may think this a strange comment but I think he could find himself in the final.

Over the years I have watched and ran in finals where you see two or three peas for Stawell. I used to gauge other runners as competition for a place in the Stawell final if they made Maryborough and finished just off the pace and also if they made the Keilor final. This changed with the introduction of the bonus, one that I am still not sure of. I like the better athletes competing at the smaller meets. I also like when John Hilditch wins a smaller gift. This is now the world we live in and the rules we follow. There has been a lot of talk recently regarding lifts for all races or potentially keeping your winning mark for Stawell. If we are going to keep incentives, why not run an open forum to discuss ideas and then let the board decide where they want to go?

With a possible wet day forecast again lets hope we get a full program.

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