CWD Saturday 16 April 2022

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The glorious weather proved to be a winner last Sunday with 52 attending the beautiful Botanic Gardens and enjoying an array of distances on offer.

With the following taking the podium:


Female – Stacey Yaroslavceff 9:04, Olivia Blore 12:24, Emily Blore 21:12.
Male – Trevor Jones 11:58, George Rutledge 18:09.

Female – Kinisha Roweth 15:33, Isobel Curran 15:58, Lacey Curran 17:07.
Male – Greg Shapter 25:09, Brian Penrose 30:16, John Hannan 31:18.

Female – Leanne Corcoran 23:43, Kelly Jurd 26:54, Jessica Curran 27:03.
Male – Baden Curran 21:46, Clive Blore 30:02, Gary Holway 30:24.

Female – Sue Klose 40:29, Anna Daintith 1:03:33.
Male – Hugh Daintith 29:43, Peter Regan 35:42, Steven Wensley 44:29.

Female – Alison Spurway 45:34, Karren Skelton 57:46.
Male – Mike Cooper 40:41, Russell Tym 46:58, Richard Hogg 48:44.

Female – Nicola Blore 46:40, Ayako Kusui 49:59, Jenny Clough 1:00:07.
Male – Chris Clough 40:51, Daryl Roweth 46:43, James Thomas 54:16.

President Jude mentioned the upcoming Annual General Meeting on the 5th May 2022 at the Hotel Canobolas commencing at 7pm. Your attendance will be much appreciated and encouraged – many hands make light work and lots of ideas to help our club progress. Also the pizza served at the end of the meeting is always a great draw card.

Juniors taking to the track on Wednesday in the 600m, Holly Curran 4:25 and in the 1800m Eoin Kelly ran 12:28. Whilst the top three males for the usual 3 laps were Jack Daintith 9:47, Phillip Thomas 12:15 and Mark Thomas 12:17. The top three females for the usual 3 laps were Abbey Wilkins 13:39, Kinisha Roweth 13:45 and Claire Gates 14:40. Well done everyone. Personal bests for their 3 laps were recorded this week by Jessica Curran down 17 seconds to 14:55 and Matthew Wilkins 6 seconds down to 13:39. Great running Jessica and Matthew.

Congratulations to Sue Klose only recently moving to Orange has now achieved 25 club runs and Tony Fitzpatrick who this week chalked up 500 club runs what an achievement. Tony is one of the club members who has put their hand up to learn the timing system.

Well done to Justine Neville who has graduated to solo timing a run, love her note taking whilst learning.

I believe some great results came from the Australian Running Festival last weekend especially in the 10km. Including father vs son and husband vs wife. Congratulations to you all some fabulous times were achieved.

Gosling Creek run this Easter Sunday. There will be 2.3km, 4.6km, 8km and 9.6km chocolate burning options. There will also be a coffee van available to enjoy a cuppa and a little socialising after the run. Perhaps the Easter bunny may even have dropped a surprise. Wednesday runs will commence at 4pm and you can run any time after that as long as you are finished by 5:30pm.

Membership renewals should have been completed. If you have any questions, please talk to a committee member.

The club has a few new competitions in the wind to encourage runners, look for upcoming details and the prizes on offer. The ORC offers runs/ walks for the whole family and for all ages. See you tomorrow.