CWD 25th March 2023

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EDITORIAL REPORT FOR CWD Saturday 25th March 2023

Chris Clough

Last Sunday’s run was at a newly created course at Waratahs, an official name for this course is still yet to be determined. We invite all members to submit a name suggestion for this course. The course was a lap course, and each lap was 1.6km in length, combining sporting fields, pathways and some gravel pathways, members had the choice of 1-6 laps of the course.


The fastest in each distance were:



Female – Zoe Finlay 9:02, Louisa Harris 10:32, Sophie Harris 11:10

Male – Angus Finlay 7:30, Ashton Roach 10:20, Michael sharp 10:28


Female – Alicia Anlezark 15:34, Claire Gates 18:37, Kim Roweth 19:19

Male – Nick Irwin 13:19, Nicholas Thomas 13:32, Mark Thomas 13:40


Female – Kate Harris 27:04, Juste Kucinskaite 27:54, Jane Fairgrieve 30:50

Male – Iain Mclean 20:16, Hugh Daintith 23:11, Matthew Wilkins 24:25


Female – Natasha Katsoudas 28:07, Rosemary Elkington 42:18, Rhonda Jones 42:37

Male – Chris Clough 30:19, Brad Simmons 31:07



Male – Kieran Astley 41:21, Ben Sullivan 44:26


Female – Kim Jarvis 1:02:53

Male – Jack Daintith 37:18, Maxwell Horne 44:51, Daryl Roweth 47:11


For our usual Wednesday run 94 members attended Elephant Park completing 1, 2 or 3 laps in and amongst the thunder and little rain. Top three men were Peter Finlay 10:16, Nick Irwin 10:36 and Mark Thomas 12:06. The top three women were Isobel Curran 11:39, Jessica Curran 13:59 and Courtney Hayes 14:03.

Personal bests were achieved by Nicole Ashdown by 3:47 minutes, Evie Harris by 2:29 minutes, Laura Primrose by 1:15 minutes, Kieran Astley by 29 seconds and Isobel Curran by 16 seconds. Special mention to Lachie Irwin who has done 3 weeks back-to-back personal records.

Achievement medals were awarded to Sharyn Mitselburg with 50 runs and Kate Harris with 75 runs.

The great Volcanic Challenge is on this Sunday for anyone interested in conquering the mountain challenge. This is a great event that will test your trail running ability. On behalf of the club, we wish all competitors a safe event and most importantly have fun out there.

This Sunday run is at Shiralee, this course is mostly gravel path with a few bridges on the course route as well. Members have the choice of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12km courses.

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