CWD 23 April 2022

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EDITORIAL REPORT FOR CWD Saturday 23rd April 2022

Kinisha Roweth

To all members, important dates to add to your calendar. If you bring a friend or many to our runs on Wednesday 11th May or Sunday 15th May or to both runs (must be different friends), your name will go into a draw to win $200. So, for each person you bring for a run/walk you will get one entry into the draw.

Please don’t forget the AGM is 5th May at the Hotel Canobolas at 7pm. Come along, eat some pizza, and support your club as many hands make light work.

Also, starting this Sunday we are going to have a lucky draw every Sunday. A lucky number will be chosen e.g. 10 is drawn, this will mean the 10th finisher will be the winner that week. All will be in the running for this if you are a walker or runner.

Reminder from the end of April if you haven’t renewed your membership, your timing chip will stop registering with the timing system. To register please go to the link on the website. If you have any issues, please get in touch with one of the committee members to get it sorted.

Last Sunday 49 individuals, began their Easter Sunday with some running and walking. Many stayed after to enjoy coffee, chocolate and cake, thanks to the committee for organizing these treats.

Everyone earnt their chocolate, but the podium placers were:

Female – Amber Rich 10:12, Kate Harris 13:47, Evie Harris 16:17.
Male – Daryl Roweth 11:02, Mike Cooper 12:47, Bill Fairgrieve 14:13.

Female – Claire Gates 25:12, Sarah Passey 27:57, Sally Postma 27:57.
Male – James Thomas 25:34, Chris Brown 29:02, Gary Taylor 29:04.

Female – Kinisha Roweth 44:34, Kim Roweth 48:26, Julie Fitzpatrick 51:12.
Male – Peter Regan 46:01, Russell Tym 47:18.

Female – Nicola Blore 54:31, Amy Robinson 1:05:04, Kirstie Fitzpatrick 1:12:01.
Male – Tim Robinson 51:00, Chris Clough 52:22, Maxwell Horne 58:20.


On Wednesday, our numbers increased to 68 members participating on the usual course either 1, 2 or 3 laps. Top three males were Jack Daintith 9:49, Tim Robinson 11:01 and Luke Hockey 11:02. The top three females were Milla Jurd 11:42, Nicola Blore 12:38 and Leanne Corcoran 12:50. Well done everyone. Personal bests for their 3 laps were recorded this week by Charlotte Meiring 20secs, Mitchell Lloyd 1min56secs, Jessica Curran 6secs, Matthew Wilkins 31secs, Milla Jurd 25secs and Lucy Jurd 1min29secs.

This Sunday’s run is at Shiralee, where you must start between 8:30 and 9am. At the location there is 2km, 4km, 8km and 12km distances available. The 4, 8 and 12 are 1, 2 and 3 laps of the full out and back course. Wednesday runs will commence at 4pm and you can run any time after that as long as you are finished by 5:30pm.