CWD 27th July 2019
Numbers were down on recent trail runs with 14 starters braving the chilly conditions while tackling Rossy’s Kinross Forrest challenging courses.
The 5km distance was owned by the Anlezarks with Jai 37:07, too quick for mum and dad, with Kim running 39:00 and Alicia 39:05.
The 12km track saw Joel Broadfoot 1:02:48 just too quick for the long striding Ricky Bangert 1:02:48 with Warwick Blackwell 1:06:26.
Luisa Sims 1:18:37 led the charge for the ladies, while Alison Spurway finished in 1:24 and Alicia Ross was the run sweeper making sure everyone got home safe completed the course in 2:14.
The Sunday Club run was at Gosling Creek with 69 starters over the 4 distances.
Dani Syme was recognised for completing 100 club runs before the run got underway.
Some great results were recorded despite a strong headwind with the top three over each distance being:
2.3km females – Milla Jurd 11:07, Lucy Jurd 11:51 and Grace Hosie 12:01.
Male – Jack Daintith 9:58, Jai Anlezark 11:46 and Kim Anlezark 12:45.
4.6km females – Kinisha Roweth 22:45, Wendy Dibble 25:32 and Dani Syme 25:32.
Male – Mark Mori 22:39, Andrew McCauley 24:09 and Michael Halls 26:52.
8km females – Alison Spurway 37:28, Kelly Jurd 48:40 and Michelle Whiteley 54:09.
Male – David Craig 43:46, John Connolly 43:57 and Toby Beels 44:48
11.5km females – Ursula Wilson 57:57, Alicia Anlezark 68:43 and Lauren Beels 72:00.
Male – Nick Carney 50:42, Brad Simmons 55:32 and Daryl Roweth 57:16
Phil Cranney was the overall handicap winner after completing the 11.5km run in 59:25.
Wednesday night’s club run at Elephant Park saw a number of runners recognised for milestone runs including: George Hogg 50 runs, Julie Tooth 25 runs and Lauren Beels 25 runs.
86 runners then crossed the mats to begin there afternoon run with Liz Simpson leading the charge finishing in 10:50, closely followed by Leanne Corcoran 11:15 and Abby Dean 11:56. Fastest of the guys was Iain McLean 11:07, with Sam Gross 11:19 and Hadden Bennett 11:25 in a tight battle for the minor placings.
Young Clifford Smith was the handicap winner with a time of 15:54 for his 3 laps.
Personal Best times were recorded by Tilly Thornton 1m58s, Alex McLean 25s, Toby Beels 12s, Clifford Smith 56s, Mackenzie Smith 19s, Emily Palmer 14s and James West 15s.
This weekend will see the Sunday Club run at Favell Road starting at 9am with distances available including 3km, 5.5km, 8.1km and 11.3km.
For more information on events and results, please check out the website ‘www.orangerunners.com.au’.
Information provided by Daryl Roweth