CWD 31st August 2019

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Last Sunday club members were spread from Bilpin to Dubbo competing in various events.

At the Dubbo Stampede there were some outstanding results across all distances with the highlights being Mitch Williamson winning the 5.5km Dingo Dash in a time of 17:32, while Nathan Sutherland finishing in 36:22 to claim third male in the 10km Cheetah Chase and Iain McLean winning his age category and finishing third place in the Zebra Zoom Half Marathon in a time of 1:21

Other members to compete events were:

Marathon – Brad Simmons 3:34, Ursula Wilson (2nd Female and 1st in age category) 3:39, Daryl Roweth 3:41 and Stephen Blackwood 5:43.

Half Marathon – Tim Murphy 1:25, Joel Broadfoot 1:35, Otto Rohwedder (1st in age) 1:41, Gareth Thomas 1:42, Nick Thomas 1:59, Dani Syme 2:01, Anne Maree Ryan 2:26 and Maree Moss 2:37

10km – Sam Collins (pushing a pram) 43:25, Nicolle Williamson 43:19, Liz Simpson 46:19, Kelly Gleeson 49:36, Luisa Sims (1st in age) 49:44, Bec Davis 54:34, Flynn Thornton 57:44, Craig Penrose 57:56, Tilly Thornton (1st in age) 68min, Kate Thornton 68min, Michael O’Mara 70min and Lyn O’Mara 85min.

5.5km – Jack Bilton 17:12 (2nd overall and 1st in age), Tristan Harrison (3rd male) 19:35, Lachlan Ross (1st in age) 20:49,  Hadden Bennett 21:37, Samuel Gross 21:51, Ryan Clark 22:48, Hannah Gross 23:12, Alicia Ross (1st in age) 23:22, Janet Martin 23:37, Pip Martin 27:51, Bailey Penrose (1st in age) 29:59, Angus Martin 31:30,  Olivia Martin 32:03,Emily Palmer 33:17, Oliver McLean 36:03, Cameron McLean 38:00, Stephanie Harrison 46:36, Angela Harrison 46:37, Sam Thornton 47:20, GregThornton 47:20, Justine Tarleton 47:55, Sharni Chimenti 54:48, Kathy Penrose 57:07, Abi McLean 58:03, Alex McLean 58:06, Cameron Ross 58:12 and Keagan Wilson 1:05:38.

At Bilpin in the testing 31.4km long course, Ian Spurway 3:11:59, Alison Spurway 3:29:55 (1st in age), Alison Broughton 4:01:28, Renai McArdle 4:14:19, Pam Fullgrabe 4:28:50 and support crew Graham Fahy.


The Sunday Club run at Berrilee Road saw numbers reduced due to the above events 38 members enjoyed a great morning of running along the trails with Warwick Blackwell the overall handicap winner and fastest over the longest 11km. The first three finishers over each distance were:

4km female – Milla Jurd 20:07, Matilda Duncan and Kylie Duncan.

Male – Jack Daintith 18:49, Brett Rosser and Daniel Roth.

8km female – Belinda McCauley 50:49, Kelly Jurd and Kim Jarvis.

Male – Jack Munkton 39:33, Richard Hogg and George Hogg.

11km  female – Lauren Beels 1:22:30 and Anna Daintith.

Male – Warwick Blackwell 53:37, Mitch Essex and Anthony Daintith.


With the weather starting to improve the so too did the numbers, with 75 starters toeing the start line at Wednesday night’s club run at Elephant Park. Fastest runners Jack Munkton 10:46, Samuel Gross 11:03 and Joel Broadfoot 11:11.

Leanne Corcoran 11:23 was again the fastest lady ahead ofCarissa Hickey 12:24 and Lily Craig in 12:47.

Kate Elligett ran a great 36s personal best.

Congratulations to Samuel Gross and Gary Holway who were recognised for completing 50 club runs.


The Sunday Club run is at the Botanic Gardens starting at 9am with 1 – 6 laps of the 1.6km course available.


Next Wednesday will see a return to the 5pm start time, with timing to continue until 5.45.


Also next Saturday night, September 7, a special Neon night run will be held at Elephant Park from 6.30 – 8:30pm.  This is not just for club members but will be recognised as a club run, so wear your timing chip with Registration at 6pm.

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


Information provided by Daryl Roweth

The early moments of the Dingo Dash 5.5km race at Dubbo on the weekend.
Orange runners dominated the race with the runners pictured, Mitch Williamson (Bib no 2224) eventually edging out Jack Bilton (1723), while Tristan Harrison (1903) third male, Lachlan Ross (2111) fifth male and Hadden Bennett (1376) rounding out the top 10 finishers in a field of 1100 runners.