CWD 20th July 2019

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On a very chilly and windy Sunday 61 brave / slightly crazy runners and walkers ventured out to Bargwanna Road for their weekly Club run. Congratulations to Kim Anlezark 75 runs and Joel Broadfoot 100 runs who were presented with achievement medals before the running started. Some very quick times were recorded with the fastest being:

3km females – Amber Rich 12:51, Tanya Connolly 16:58 and Lauren Beels 22:50.

Male – Jack Daintith 13:52, Craig Penrose 17:33 and Freddie and James Littlejohn 26:03.

5km females – Leanne Corcoran 21:55, Liz Simpson 22:52 and Carissa Hickey 23:49.

Male – Ryan Clark 22:31, John Connolly 25:37 and Mike Cooper 25:50.

10km females – Ursula Wilson 49:30, Alison Spurway 54:25 and Alicia Anlezark 56:23.

Male – Sam Harma 39:26, Iain McLean 42:53 and Joel Broadfoot 45:39

Young Oliver Broughton following in the footsteps of his trail running mum, ran the 3km in 26:32 to be the overall handicap winner.


74 members rose to the challenge of another cool afternoon Wednesday Elephant Park club run with the overall handicap winner being Billy Yeo, who ran a great time of 16:49.

The 3 fastest male runners this week are all relatively new members with a total of 12 club runs between them.  Chris Harrington ran a speedy 9:24 to be a clear winner from Peter Finlay 11:16, with Stuart Strahorn 11:41 finishing in third spot. Leading the charge for the ladies was Leanne Corcoran, who had the afterburners on, to run 11:19. Liz Simpson 11:45 and Alicia Ross 12:05 held off the rest of the field.

Personal Bests were recorded by Toby Beels 3s, Alison Rodgers 14s, Clifford Smith 5s, Phillipa Hogg 3s and Peter Finlay 29s.

Achievement medals were awarded to: Madison Bolton 50 runs, Marie Regan 25 runs, Emily Palmer 25 runs.


This weekend will see the Sunday Club run at Gosling Creek starting at 9am with distances available including 2.3km, 4.6km, 8km and 11.5km. It is expected to again be cold so make sure you wear appropriate clothing.

For more information on events and results, please check out the website ‘’.


Information provided by Daryl Roweth

Madison Bolton being presented with a medal recognising her 50th club run from Greg Shapter.