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Club Road Champs 2018 Results

Race Report by Glenn Sexton

This year Club Road Champs was held at the Eastside course.

Surprisingly our humble wee group of mainly townies with the odd cow cockie suddenly because an extreme M Bovis risk at Ruakura so we were unable to have our club champs there this year nor in the future by the looks. Lance, Kris and myself scouted around tow looking for traffic free course with toilets and a hall or somewhere to have the after match function. These are as scarce as hens teeth so we settled on the Eastside course we use for the summers Tuesday night runs. Our main concern was the amount of public that could be potentially on the course, which was compounded on the morning by the traffic chaos getting to the gardens to the Tulip festival. Luckily the flower lovers stuck to the gardens and our pre race brief to be considerate to other users was heeded. Thanks for that, no complaints so far!!
To the racing the kids 2 and 3k had a modest field of 4, All ran well with Alba letting me know with 500 metres to go that she had “left mum behind”

The 5 and 10k had a total of 41 starters which was a little less than previous years but the racing was as keen as usual.From my position mid pack it looked like Logan Rodger led a bunch early and gradually pulled away to finish first. Kirsten led the womens 10k the whole way before trekking up to Auckland to win the new trail race in 3.25 the next day.The 5km was won by Ben Bidios who ran with Logan and Samantha Corbett. By all accounts the finish of the day came from John Bowe who had younger legs for the final downhill dash with Kento.
Big thanks to Lance and Kris for setting up, Fiona, Briar Carr and Shona for doing registrations and timing and Dean Corbett and Gordon Spiers for manning the marshall spots.

I think i got everyone but apologies if i missed. It was also great to see friends, fellow members and family scattered along the course cheering us on.

Photos on Facebook here>>

Hi-Res Photos on Flickr here>>

Race report and photos to be posted here and facebook later.

Place Bib Name Distance Category Time
1 15 Ben Bidois 5km MU16 16:43
2 5 Andrew Carr 5km MU16 17:06
3 3 Sam Corbett 5km WU18 20:24
4 16 Garry Wilson 5km MM50-59 21:09
5 2 Gemma Horan 5km WU16 21:57
6 8 Gary Clare 5km MM40-49 22:17
7 14 Maureen Leonard 5km MW55+ 22:31
8 11 Dawn Tuffery 5km MW35-44 22:50
9 13 Kay Stockman 5km MW55+ 23:23
10 12 Katy Corbett 5km WU18 24:51:00
11 1 Shona Dewson 5km MW45-54 25:02:00
12 7 Kerry Rattray 5km MW45-54 26:02:00
13 6 Kaye Sharpe 5km MW45-54 26:21:00
4 Wendy Harris 5km MW45-54 DNF
9 Helen Hall King 5km MW55+ DNF
10 Mike Riley 5km MM60+ DNF
17 John Crane 5km MM50-59 DNF
1 66 Logan Rodger 10km SM 34:06:00
2 75 Theunis Pieters 10km SM 34:24:00
3 68 Richard Malcolm 10km SM 35:59:00
4 60 Josh Nyika 10km SM 36:37:00
5 79 Simon Kerr 10km SM 36:54:00
6 71 Lance Brew 10km SM 37:06:00
7 55 John Bowe 10km MM40-49 37:13:00
8 61 Kent Hodgson 10km MM50-59 37:18:00
9 72 Andrew Wark 10km MM50-59 37:53:00
10 56 Chris Smith 10km MM50-59 38:14:00
11 76 Rhys Mildon 10km SM 38:46:00
12 50 Glenn Sexton 10km MM50-59 39:01:00
13 52 Kris Moore 10km SM 39:11:00
14 69 Martn Ferry 10km SM 39:25:00
15 54 Marc Scott 10km MM40-49 39:44:00
16 51 Mike Harris 10km MM40-49 40:25:00
17 58 Chris Keith 10km MM50-59 41:03:00
18 57 Kevin Knowles 10km MM60+ 41:42:00
19 73 Kirsten Milne 10km SW 42:05:00
20 59 Sunil Fernandez Ritchie 10km SM 42:26:00
21 62 Iain Rattray 10km MM40-49 42:32:00
22 74 Helen Gavin 10km SW 42:40:00
23 78 Kovo McDonald 10km SW 43:26:00
24 65 Connie Daws 10km SW 48:52:00
25 63 Ray Chrystall 10km MM40-49 50:25:00
26 70 Vaughan Swale 10km MM60+ 50:25:00
27 77 Grahame Clarkin 10km MM60+ 54:54:00
53 Ross Barnett 10km SM DNF
64 Bradley Christison 10km MU20 DNF
67 Colin King 10km MM60+ DNF

Kids Event

Amber  Rattray U10 11:22
Alba Watkins U10 14:22
Zarah Rattray U12 8.39
Maddison Rattray U14 12.48

Redwoods Relays 2018 Results

Hawks had a great day out at the Redwoods relay, and the weather was gorgeous. Overall numbers in the event seemed lower than usual but everyone competed in sterling fashion – with an excellent support crew too. Kettles and whiskey glasses were won





National Road Champs 2018 Results

Report by Mudlark

The national road champs held at St Peters School on Sunday saw the Hawks club have total involvement either as competitors or organizers. Saturday course set up was done by a Hawks team ably led by Glenn Sexton in sunny still weather. Race day was the opposite with driving rain and wind gusts that proved a challenge to all. Huge congrats to all the many club members who undertook key jobs in trying weather. It was a huge day and Glenn Sexton and his team did a marvelous job in difficult circumstances.

With over 30 Hawks members running a pleasing number of medals came our way. In the BU13 3km Joe Morgan picked up a silver medal with his 9.55 clocking over 3km after a great battle with the winner who was just 3 seconds clear at the finish.  Brother Adam was 7th in 10.42.

In the W18 race over 5kms Samantha Corbett ran a splendid race and was 4th just a tick of a second off winning a bronze medal with her 18.35. Charli Miller was 9th in 19.31, Kimbi Sanders 17th in 20.12, Gemma Horan was 22nd in 20.43 and in 28th was Corrina Decker-Thorburn in 21.57.  The WU20’s also raced over 5km and Hannah Knighton ran a brilliant race to take the gold in 18.18 with Gina Butler in 5th in 20.12. The M18’s raced over 6km and Reuben Thompson was 5th in 19.39 with Ben Bidois 12th on 20.07 and Andrew Carr 18th   with 20.39. The M20 grade raced over 8kms and Lachlan Cairns ran26.58 for 9th, Bradley Christison was 12th with 19.39, Sean Trowern 16th 28.17 and William Swales 18th 28.27. In the Masters Women over 5km Tanja Miller ran well to win a silver medal in MW40 race with her 19.49 while Maureen Leonard won bronze with her 22.13 in the MW55 race.

The combined SM and SW grades hammered out 10kms in very wet and windy weather that saw a large field face the starter. Jake Jackson Grammer was the quickest senior for 17th spot in 33.09 with Logan Rodger 23rd in 33 .25, Rodrigo Jaca 27th in 33.37,Theunis Pieters 32nd in 34.32 and Simon Kerr 37th in 35.20.

Olivia Ritchie placed 12th in 39.306 while Aliana Brent was 20th in 41.47. There was some keen head to head racing among our Masters Men with Kent Hodgson in the MM50 proving to be the quickest placing 4th in grade with 36,41 Lance Brew on 37.08 was next fastest followed by John Crane 37.21, Marc Scott 38.50, Wayne Duckett 39.31 and Kevin Knowles placed 2nd in the MM60 grade with 42.23. Garry Wilson in 43.15 got 12th in the MM55, Colin King on 47.49 was 6th in the MM65 and Grahame Clarkin was 4th in the MM60 in a time of 53.33

From Mudlark who has a track record of full involvement with national events in the past just a sincere congrats and thank you to all those involved with that road nationals. We appreciated your efforts.

Check out the race report on Athletics NZ weekly roundup here: 3rd September

Click here to see the official full results

WaiBOP Road Champs 2018 Results

Athletics Waikato/Bay of Plenty held their Centre Road Champs on the NZ Champs course at St Peter’s, Cambridge over the weekend. There were some fast times and lots of positive feedback from athletes.

Photos on facebook here

Hi-Res Photos on Flickr 

Distance: 10km
Plc Time Name Surname Reg Club/Town Gender Grade GdPl
1 36:40 Alice Mason Y Cambridge Female SW 1
2 37:00 Sally Gibbs Yes TGA Ramblers Female SW 2
3 37:09 Sarah Gardner Yes TGA Ramblers Female SW 3
4 37:59 Sophie Corbidge No N/A Female SW 4
5 39:01 Olivia Ritchie Yes Hawks Female SW 5
6 39:12 Malesa McNearney Y Hawks Female SW 6
7 41:48 Megan Grant Yes Lake City Female SW 7
1 30:47 Aaron Pulford Yes TGA Ramblers Male SM 1
2 32:40 Nick Berry Y TGA Ramblers Male SM 2
3 32:53 Regan Bones Yes TGA Ramblers Male SM 3
4 33:01 Jake Jackson-Grammer Yes Hawks Male SM 4
5 33:15 John Mering Yes Hawks Male SM 5
6 33:32 Will O’Connor Visitor Feilding Moa Male SM 6
7 33:34 Logan Rodger Yes Hawks Male SM 7
8 33:48 Rodrigo Jaca Gonzalez Yes Hawks Male SM 8
9 34:29 George Gwynn No N/A Male SM 9
10 34:34 Iain Macdonald No Male SM 10
11 34:55 Simon Kerr Yes Hawks Male SM 11
12 35:27 Richard Malcolm Yes Hawks Male SM 12
13 40:12 Lewis Butler Yes Hawks Male SM 13
1 35:43 Reuben Tomlinson Yes Hawks Male MM35-39 1
2 41:48 Ewen Cumming Social Cambridge Male MM35-39 2
3 43:48 John Curphey Yes Cambridge Male MM35-39 3
4 45:26 Ross Barnett No Hawks Male MM35-39 4
1 35:56 Brad Dixon Yes TGA Ramblers Male MM40-44 1
2 36:55 Stephen Parker Yes Lake City Male MM40-44 2
3 36:59 John Charlton Yes Cambridge Male MM40-44 3
4 40:10 Les Miller Social Hawks Male MM40-44 4
5 43:04 malcolm Smith Yes TGA Ramblers Male MM40-44 5
6 45:22 Mark Searle Social Cambridge Male MM40-44 6
1 35:37 Dean Chiplin Yes Cambridge Male MM45-49 1
2 35:53 Kent Hodgson Yes Hawks Male MM45-49 2
3 38:03 Stewart Simpson Yes TGA Ramblers Male MM45-49 3
4 38:15 John Bowe Y Hawks Male MM45-49 4
5 38:21 Adrian Lysaght Y Lake City Male MM45-49 5
6 38:43 Patrick Gallagher No Hawks Male MM45-49 6
7 38:57 Marc Scott Yes Hawks Male MM45-49 7
8 40:39 Gaine Petterson Y Lake City Male MM45-49 8
9 42:45 Craig Sinclair Y Cambridge Male MM45-49 9
1 35:58 Tony broadhead Yes Lake City Male MM50-54 1
2 37:30 John Crane Yes Hawks Male MM50-54 2
3 38:43 Chris Corney Y Lake City Male MM50-54 3
4 39:56 Kerry Robinson Y Lake City Male MM50-54 4
5 41:49 Paul Ritchie Yes Hawks Male MM50-54 5
6 42:47 Paul Signal Yes Cambridge Male MM50-54 6
7 42:54 Dale Fairbrother Yes Cambridge Male MM50-54 7
8 45:30 Grant Kobus Social Cambridge Male MM50-54 8
9 50:59 Peter Horan Social Hawks Male MM50-54 9
10 53:00 Phil Baldey Yes Whakatane Male MM50-54 10
11 58:25 Gilbert Macdonald Yes Hawks Male MM50-54 11
1 36:56 Chris Smith Yes Hawks Male MM55-59 1
2 38:56 Bruce Edwards Y Lake City Male MM55-59 2
3 39:46 Wayne Duckett Yes Hawks Male MM55-59 3
4 40:05 Dave Croushaw Y Lake City Male MM55-59 4
5 41:48 Mike Bray Yes Lake City Male MM55-59 5
6 41:56 Ross Butler Yes Hawks Male MM55-59 6
7 42:59 Garry Wilson Yes Hawks Male MM55-59 7
8 44:35 craig wilson Yes Frankton Male MM55-59 8
9 49:45 Charlie Evans No Hawks Male MM55-59 9
10 56:34 David James Yes TGA Ramblers Male MM55-59 10
1 40:31 Kevin Knowles Yes Hawks Male MM60-64 1
2 41:30 Norm Robbins Y Hawks Male MM60-64 2
3 42:11 Max Ball Yes TGA Ramblers Male MM60-64 3
4 42:44 Colin Earwaker Y Male MM60-64 4
5 48:03 Vaughan Swale no Hawks Male MM60-64 5
6 55:54 Grahame Clarkin Y Hawks Male MM60-64 6
1 43:13 Gavin Smith Yes TGA Ramblers Male MM65-69 1
2 47:48 Colin King Y Hawks Male MM65-69 2
1 43:19 Trevor Ogilvie Y Lake City Male MM70-74 1
1 01:03:24 Peter Vyver Yes Lake City Male MM75-79 1

 

Distance: 8km
Plc Time Name Surname Reg Club/Town GRADE GdPl
1 26:41 Bradley Christison Yes Hawks MU20 1
2 28:36 Sean Trowern Yes Hawks MU20 2
3 29:30 William Swales Yes Hawks MU20 3
4 29:45 Harrison Fountain No Te Aroha U20m 1
Distance: 5km
Plc Time Name Surname Reg Club/Town GRADE GdPl Event
1 19:07 Charli Miller YES Hawks U18W 1 U18 women 5km
2 19:15 Gemma Baldey YES Whakatane U18W 2 U18 women 5km
3 19:33 Hannah Gapes YES Lake City U18W 3 U18 women 5km
8 20:30 Kimbi Sanders Y Hawks U18W 4 U18G
10 21:03 Gemma Horan YES Hawks U18W 5 U18 women 5km
12 22:07 Krystie Solomon NO Frankton U18W 6 U18 women 5km
14 22:49 Corinna Decker-Thorburn YES Hawks U18W 7 U18 women 5km
4 19:40 Gina Butler YES Hawks U20W 1 Women U20 5km
9 20:51 Madison Rennie YES TGA Ramblers U20W 2 Women U20 5km
7 20:14 Veronica Maree Social Cambridge MW35-39 1 Masters women 5km
11 21:12 Krissy Tanner Yes TGA Ramblers MW35-39 2 Masters women 5km
15 22:51 Charlotte Bartrum Y TGA Ramblers MW35-39 3 MW
5 19:41 Tanja Miller Yes Hawks MW40-44 1 Masters women 5km
6 20:11 Judith May Yes TGA Ramblers MW45-49 1 Masters women 5km
21 30:36 Colleen Lima Social Hawks MW45-49 2 Masters women 5km
16 23:11 Toshimi Farrell Social Hawks MW50-54 1 Masters women 5km
13 22:39 Maureen Leonard Yes Hawks MW55-59 1 Masters women 5km
18 25:17 Penelope Burkhardt Yes Hawks MW60-64 1 Masters women 5km
17 25:07 Kathy Howard Yes Lake City MW65-69 1 Masters women 5km
19 26:01 Wendy Fox Yes Hawks MW 1 MW
20 27:38 Kerryn Smith No Cambridge MW 2 MW
22 32:41 Stacy Whitehouse no Lake City MW 3 MW
1 17:18 Ben Bidois YES Hawks U18M 1 U18 Men 5km
2 17:23 Andrew Carr YES Hawks U18M 2 U18 Men 5km
3 18:49 Ben Hennessey No U18M 1 U18B
4 19:02 Oliver Ashburn YES Whakatane U18M 3 U18 Men 5km
Distance: 3km
Plc Time Name Surname Reg Club/Town Gender GRADE GdPl
1 09:45 Joe Morgan YES Hawks Male U15B 1
2 09:47 Mathijs Wetzels YES Hawks Male U15B 2
3 10:18 Adam Morgan YES Hawks Male U15B 3
4 10:33 Daniel Sinclair Y Cambridge Male U15B 4
5 11:05 Ian Pugh Yes TGA Ramblers Male U15B 5
7 11:44 Donovan Farrell YES Hawks Male U15B 6
8 11:46 Matthew Jordan YES Cambridge Male U15B 7
1 11:39 Sophie Kirk YES Whakatane Female U15G 1
2 11:48 Summar Tanner YES TGA Ramblers Female U15G 2
3 11:48 Manaia Elliott YES Cambridge Female U15G 3
4 11:59 Mia Fletcher YES Hawks Female U15G 4
5 13:00 Ellie Milina NO Hawks Female U15G 5
6 13:04 Ruby Sinclair Y Cambridge Female U15G 6
7 13:24 Madison Rattray YES Hawks Female U15G 7
8 13:46 HeatherAnn Knowles Y Cambridge Female U15G 8
9 16:15 Mikyla Knowles Y Cambridge Female U15G 9
Distance: 2km
Plc Time Name Surname Reg Club/Town GRADE GdPl Event
7 07:54 Jonah Funnell YES Lake City U11B 1 U11 Boys 2km
8 07:59 David Sinclair Y Cambridge U11B 2 U11B
10 08:09 Josh SMITH YES TGA Ramblers U11B 3 U11 Boys 2km
12 08:19 Max Kirk YES Whakatane U11B 4 U11 Boys 2km
15 09:06 Oliver-Tane Knowles Y Cambridge U11B 5 U11B
16 09:07 Zach Miller NO N/A U11B 6 U11 Boys 2km
18 10:08 Jack Tomlinson NO N/A U11B 7 U11 Boys 2km
19 10:22 Tyla Wallis YES Tokoroa U11G 1 U11 Girls 2km
21 11:29 Rachel Sinclair Y Cambridge U11G 2 U11G
22 13:09 Laura Sinclair y Cambridge U11G 3 U11G
1 07:08 Elliott Pugh Yes TGA Ramblers U13B 1 U13 Boys 2km
2 07:19 Adisen Mahy YES TGA Ramblers U13B 2 U13 Boys 2km
3 07:27 Kadin Nogaj Yes Greerton Athletics U13B 3 U13 Boys 2km
4 07:36 Matthew Sinclair Y Cambridge U13B 4 U13B
5 07:40 George Wyllie YES TGA Ramblers U13B 5 U13 Boys 2km
13 08:29 Liam Miller NO N/A U13B 6 U11 Boys 2km
17 09:14 Jack Charlton YES Cambridge U13B 7 U13 Boys 2km
6 07:51  Milana Tapper No U13G 1 U13G
9 08:00 Hannah Jordan YES Cambridge U13G 2 U13 Girls 2km
11 08:16 Alanah Eru Yes Te Puke Harriers U13G 3 U13 Girls 2km
14 08:42 Zarah Rattray YES Hawks U13G 4 U13 Girls 2km

Sweeney Cup 2018 Results

Report by Charlie Evans

It’s the thick end of a year since I competed in a local club event. With National Road Relays looming up I figured I needed to remind the selectors that I’m still alive and keen to travel down to CHCH with a team. The sun was out and the 8k course set for what turned out to be a modest number of runners given the Taupo Marathon was on the same day. Out, then back half way, then out again and then all the way back to a challenging uphill finish at the Horsham Downs Hall. On the drive out I had carefully calculated that if I based my nominated handicap on 5 minute kilometres, then subtract one minute to apply a little pressure, I should be close.

While waiting nervously for the clock to count backwards to the 39 min mark I observed several runners including  Kovo and Dawn setting off at ‘a very conservative’ 42 minutes. I remembered then, from previous years, that this was not a flat course. Vaughan Swale was set to head off at 40 minutes and since he was hot off the press with some serious marathon competition I figured he would provide a good benchmark. The good news was he was breathing down my neck the whole way which pushed us both to a great time. The bad news was, the time was a few seconds away from my original 39 minutes estimate. (We all know how handicap results work!!)

We all retired, soaking wet, (yep, gone was the sun) up to the hall for the traditional ‘bring a plate’ afternoon tea where among other things someone was asked very nicely by the newsletter CEO to compile a  few words.

Place Name Surname time Net  min/km
1 Kovo MacDonald 39:03 35:30 4:26
2 Leon Govender 40:24 37:08 4:39
3 Charli Miller 41:13 33:00 4:07
4 Dawn Tuffery 42:01 38:28 4:48
5 Maureen Leonard 42:10 37:56 4:45
6 Toshimi Farrell 42:50 37:37 4:42
7 Gemma Horan 43:03 35:47 4:28 Sweeney Winner
8 Peter Horan 43:27 40:13 5:02
9 Marc Scott 43:46 31:22 3:55
10 Kent Hodgson 43:53 29:39 3:42
11 Mathijs Wetzels 43:55 29:40 3:42
12 John Crane 43:58 29:43 3:43
13 Charlie Evans 44:00 38:47 4:51
14 Kaye Sharp 44:02 43:47 5:28
15 Andrew Wark 44:10 29:56 3:45
16 Vaughan Swale 44:25 39:11 4:54
17 Helen Gavin 44:27 32:40 4:05 Fastest Female
18 Lance Brew 44:28 28:43 3:35 Fastest Male
19 Garry Wilson 45:23 35:10 4:24
39 Georgia Crane 45:37 35:23 4:25
40 Gilbert MacDonald 46:50 45:36 5:42
2 Km
Place Name Surname Net
1 Madison Rattray 8:41 4:21
2 Lexi Kowalewski 9:08 4:34
3 Alba Watkins 10:45 5:23
4 Amber Rattray 10:47 5:24
Fastest Times
Place Name Surname time Net  min/km
18 Lance Brew 44:28 28:43 3:35 Fastest Male
10 Kent Hodgson 43:53 29:39 3:42
11 Mathijs Wetzels 43:55 29:40 3:42
12 John Crane 43:58 29:43 3:43
15 Andrew Wark 44:10 29:56 3:45
9 Marc Scott 43:46 31:22 3:55
17 Helen Gavin 44:27 32:40 4:05 Fastest Female
3 Charli Miller 41:13 33:00 4:07
19 Garry Wilson 45:23 35:10 4:24
39 Georgia Crane 45:37 35:23 4:25
1 Kovo MacDonald 39:03 35:30 4:26
7 Gemma Horan 43:03 35:47 4:28 Cup Winner
2 Leon Govender 40:24 37:08 4:39
6 Toshimi Farrell 42:50 37:37 4:42
5 Maureen Leonard 42:10 37:56 4:45
4 Dawn Tuffery 42:01 38:28 4:48
13 Charlie Evans 44:00 38:47 4:51
16 Vaughan Swale 44:25 39:11 4:54
8 Peter Horan 43:27 40:13 5:02
14 Kaye Sharp 44:02 43:47 5:28
40 Gilbert MacDonald 46:50 45:36 5:42

 

Watchless Club Race 2018 Results

Report by Lance Brew

On Saturday we had a good 15 runners show up to see how well we can run without a heavy attachment on your wrist A WATCH! on the river path course.

The format for the race was you decide on what distance you were wanting run 3 km or 5 km and write your estimated finish time down, with plenty of tooing and frooing going on for some runners on how well they were going to run. The start was delayed as we were all precise when the rain came down but was the right call made as who wanted to get wet.

Glen sends us off and to be truthful it was kinda nice to be running on how you feel rather than trying to stay with in a pace goal.At the 2.5 km turn around Lance lead closely followed by the 3 man pack of Kent, Andrew and John Crane who was going to finish strongly and get as close as they could to their estimated time. There was some great looking faces coming over the finish line as we had no idea of our times until we crossed the line as the clock was facing backwards

With the winner been the person who could be the closes to the estimated time with out going over it.

In the 3km race Dave took home the win been -14 seconds to his time with Terry flying under his time -2.57

In the 5km race Kevin took home the win been -4 seconds to his time with John close behind-5 seconds Kay took out the womens race been -15 second to her time.Amazing to see how close people were to their estimated time.

See everyones time below:

Placing        Name                 Estimated time       Actual time     Difference

1st              Kevin Knowles          19.45                   19.41              -4

2nd            John Crane                18.20                   18.15              -5

3rd            Kent Hodgson             18.20                   18.11              -9

4th             Kay Stockman            24.20                   24.05             -15

5th            Pat Gallagher              25.00                   24.24             -36

6th             Andrew Wark              18.20                   18.27             +7

7th            Lance Brew                 17.20                    17.28            +8

8th=          Tishimi Farrell                22.50                   23.00            +10

Rob Townsend             20.00                    20.10            +10

10th           Marc Scott                     19.00                   19.22            +22

11th           Gibert Mac Donald        22.50                   26.46             +3.54 minutes

 

3km

1st             Dave Southwick            16.30                   16.16             -14

2nd            Terry Hannett                 24.20                   21.23           – 2.57 minutes

3rd             Donovan Farrell             12.30                   13.04           +34

4th             Vaughan Swale              15.00                   16.13           +1.13

Waikato BOP Cross Country Champs 2018 Results

Report by Garry Wilson

Fifteen Hawks athletes made the journey across to the Eastern Bay of Plenty to enjoy a warm dry day at the Te Teko racecourse. The course itself could be described as flat, mostly firm underfoot, although there were large patches of sand and some rough footing on the race-course proper. Three track steeples per lap added a small challenge, particularly to those of us who struggle to get our bodies off the ground.

There were some excellent results from the club. None better than the Morgan Brothers Joseph and Adam providing the 1-2 quinella in the Under 15 Boys race. Do these two remind you of a certain set of twins from a few years ago?

Demi Welch ran a close meritorious second place in the U15 girls. Gemma Horan a third in the U18s.

The always improving Cory Brew finished 8th in the U11 Boys.

In the combined Masters/Senior Mens division Hamilton Hawks provided a Trifecta in the Mens 35-39 division. Reuben Tomlinson, Lance Brew and Leon Govender went 1-2-3. Logan Rodger picked up a silver in the Senior Mens division, and took the Hawks Senior Mens Honours, finishing ahead of Rodrigo, Josh and Simon.

Okay, the course wasn't the most exciting, but it did provide some good racing in a compact venue.

Locals provided a friendly, well organised event. Numbers were low , but we can anticipate a greater turnout in numbers for the Waikato Bay of Plenty Road Champs in a few weeks.

Report by Lance Brew

With the WaiBop X Country Champs this year been held at the Te Teko race course 30 km outside of Whakatane it was a reasonable drive to get there hence maybe why we didn’t have a lot of Hawks there or big fields in the races.

The first race was the U11/13’s race over 2 km which we had our youngest Hawk run in Cory 10.55 who went very well keeping a constant pace all the way picking off the kids who had gone of to fast at the start and with a little sprint finish to pick up another place.

Up next we had the U15’s 2.7 km which right from the start it was a race between the Morgan twins who went out strong and keep a very good pace all the way to the line with Joseph 9.09 pipping Adam 9.19. In the girls race Demi Welch 10.21 was 2nd.

Gemma Horan 17.47 was next up in the U18’s 4km race and ran strong for her 3rd

In the Masters 8 km race we had Rueben Tomlinson 29.23 1st 35-39 Lance Brew 29.36 2nd 35/39 Leon Gvender 39.24 3rd 35-39 Gilbert Macdonald 44.31 3rd 50-54 Garry Wilson 35.56 1st 55-59.

In the Senior race which was taken out by a former Hawk in Steve Rees-Jones 33.44 we had Logan Rodger 34.37 2nd Rodrigo Jaca Gonzale 35.20 4th Josh Nyika 36.28 5th and Simon Kerr 37.10 6th.

Great showing by all hawks who was there.

Full results below or view here on Athletics Waikato website

Photos on facebook here

Waikato Bay of Plenty Cross Country Championships Te Teko 21st July 2018
Championship Bib First Name Last Name Club Time
BoysU11 2000m
1 286 David Sinclair Boys U11 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 8.15
2 285 Josh Smith Boys U11 Tauranga Ramblers 8.16
3 291 Max Kirk Boys U11 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 8.27
4 272 Jonah Funnell Boys U11 Lake City Rotorua 8.49
5 294 Joshua Spalding Boys U11 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 9.01
6 292 Samuel Massey Boys U11 Lake City Athletics 9.46
Non Reg 295 Jack Tomlinson Boys U11 Hamilton 10.00
7 271 Heath Rogerson Boys U11 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 10.13
8 265 Cory Brew Boys U11 Hamilton City Hawks 10.55
9 288 Te Koha Hunia Boys U11 Kawerau Harriers 10.56
10 266 Declan Albrecht Boys U11 Lake City Athletics 11.57
11 284 Hunter Hunia Boys U11 Kawerau Harriers 12.20
12 290 Ekekiei Elliott Boys U11 Kawerau Harriers
DNF 269 Flynn Wilson Boys U11 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers
BoysU13 2000m
1 268 Elliott Pugh Boys U13 Tauranga Ramblers 7.10
2 259 Adisen Mahy Boys U13 Tauranga Ramblers 7.22
3 280 George Wyllie Boys U13 Tauranga Ramblers 7.31
4 293 Joseph Spalding Boys U13 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 7.38
5 287 Matthew Sinclair Boys U13 Cambridge Harriers 7.46
6 264 Cooper Simes Boys U13 Lake City Athletics 8.48
Girls U11 2000m
1 267 Eleanor Pugh Girls U11 Tauranga Ramblers 8.40
Non Reg 289 Olivia Tanner Girls U11 Te Puke Harriers 9.07
2 275 Stevie Reid McAllu Girls U11 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 9.35
3 296 Amber Lysaght Girls U11 Lake City Athletics 9.56
4 282 Hawaiiki Rangiaho Girls U11 Kawerau Harriers 10.52
5 281 Pounamu Rangiaho Girls U11 Kawerau Harriers 10.53
6 277 Tyla Wallis Girls U11 Tokoroa junior athletic & harrier club 11.16
7 276 Tyla Albrecht Girls U11 Lake City Athletics 11.35
8 279 Vesty Simes Girls U11 Lake City Athletics 12.35
9 262 Amber Albrecht Girls U11 Lake City Athletics 12.37
Girls U13 2000m
1 263 Anna Isaac Girls U13 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 8.01
2 270 Gemma Groenewald Girls U13 Katikati Athletics 8.03
3 260 Alanah Eru Girls U13 Te Puke Harriers 8.26
4 283 Jayd Hunia Girls U13 Kawerau Harriers 9.09
5 274 Lily Isaac Girls U13 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 9.11
6 273 Kyra Rogerson Girls U13 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 10.12

 

Boys U15 2700m
1 308 Joseph Morgan Boys U15 Hamilton City Hawks 9.09
2 306 Adam Morgan Boys U15 Hamilton City Hawks 9.19
3 320 Daniell Sinclair Boys U15 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 9.24
4 303 Sam Proctor Boys U15 Tauranga Ramblers 9.31
5 302 Jackson Jones Boys U15 Tauranga Ramblers 9.55
6 304 Ian Pugh Boys U15 Tauranga Ramblers 10.13
7 319 Sean Byderley Boys U15 Te Puke 10.51
8 323 Quin Boyle Boys U15 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 10.53
9 316 Isaac Holland Boys U15 Kawerau Harriers 11.25
10 317 Tailah Hunia Boys U15 Kawerau Harriers 14.1
11 318 Cullen Hunia Boys U15 Kawerau Harriers 15.36
Girls U15 2700m
1 311 Lulu Johnson Girls U15 Tauranga Ramblers 10.14
2 324 Demi Welch Girls U15 Hamilton City Hawks 10.21
3 310 Olivia Hala Girls U15 Tauranga Ramblers 10.49
4 313 Morgan Overington Girls U15 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 10.53
5 312 Sophie Kirk Girls U15 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 11.03
6 301 Teigan Nolan Girls U15 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 11.07
7 321 Ruby Sinclair Girls U15 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 11.31
8 300 Olivia Nolan Girls U15 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 11.37
DNS 309 James Swan Girls U15 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers
DNS 314 Katie Tapsell Girls U15 Lake City Athletics
Women U18 4km
1 402 Gemma Baldey Women U18 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 15.12
2 401 Hannah Gapes Women U18 Lake City Athletics 15.52
3 400 Gemma Horan Women U18 Hamilton City Hawks 17.47
DNS 403 Samantha Corbett WU18 Hamilton City Hawks
Men U18 6km
1 618 Oliver Ashburn Men U18 Whakatane Athletic and Harrier Club 23.24
2 604 Liam Dooley Men U18 Whakatane Athletic and Harrier Club 24.20
Masters Men 6km
1 665 Gavin Smith MM65-69 Tauranga Ramblers 26.35
1 603 Murray Clarkson MM70-75 Tauranga Ramblers 32.11
2 672 John Shivas MM70-75 Tauranga Ramblers 32.35
1 601 Peter Vyver MM75-80 Lake City Athletics 39.08
Masters Women 6km
1 667 Kathy Howard MW65-69 Lake City Athletics 32.03

 

Men U20 8km
Placing Bib First Name Last Name Grade Club TIME
1 804 Lachlan Haycock Men U20 Tauranga Ramblers 28.37
2 810 Harrison Fountain Men U20 Te Aroha 29.54
DNS 819 Darren Hurst MU20 Tauranga Ramblers
Masters Men 35-64 8km
1 805 Rueben Tomlinson MM35-39 Hamilton City Hawks 29.23
2 837 Lance Brew MM35-39 Hamilton City Hawks 29.36
3 801 Leon Gvender MM35-39 Hamilton City Hawks 39.24
1 806 Adrian Lysaght MM40-44 Lake City Athletics 31.37
1 845 Michael Pugh MM45-49 Tauranga Ramblers 27.58
2 806 Dean Chiplin MM45-49 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 29.28
3 811 Andrew Vane MM45-49 Tauranga Ramblers 30.28
4 847 Jason Cameron MM45-49 Lake City Athletic Club 30.54
5 803 Russell Lake MM45-49 Tauranga Ramblers 32.57
6 808 Craig Sinclair MM45-49 Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 34.51
1 812 Tony Broadhead MM50-54 Lake City Athletics Club 30.24
2 850 Kerry Robinson MM50-54 Lake City Athletics Club 32.40
3 853 Gilbert Macdonald MM50-54 Hamilton City Hawks 44.31
5 852 Phil Baldey MM50-54 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 45.34
1 814 Garry Wilson MM55-59 Hamilton City Hawks 35.56
DNF 802 Andrew Ross MM55-59 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club
DNS 856 David James MM55-59 Tauranga Ramblers
1 863 Neil Spanhake MM60-64 Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 37.01
2 813 Phillip Curtis MM60-64 Tauranga Ramblers 37.01
Senior Men 10km
1 10 Steve Rees-Jones Senior Men Cambridge Athletic and Harriers 33.44
Visitor 6 William Sinclair Senior Men Wanganui Harriers 33.57
Non Reg 37 Ben Ruthe Senior Men Tauranga 34.07
2 15 Logan Rodger Senior Men Hamilton City Hawks 34.37
3 11 Regan Bones Senior Men Tauranga Ramblers 35.02
4 18 Rodrigo Jaca Gonzal eSenior Men Hamilton City Hawks 35.20
5 14 Josh Nyika Senior Men Hamilton City Hawks 36.28
6 17 Simon Kerr Senior Men Hamilton City Hawks 37.10
Visitor 7 Zac Bellamy Senior Men Wanganui Harriers 38.27
Non Reg 19 Austin Brooks Senior Men No 40.35
Non Reg 16 Max Gordon Senior Men No
Senior Women 10km
1 1 Anneke Grogan Senior Women Tauranga Ramblers 39.02
2 5 Sally Gibbs Senior Women Tauranga Ramblers 39.56
3 4 Kerry White Senior Women Te Aroha Athletics Club 40.22
4 41 Corrine O’Donnell Senior Women Whakatane Athletics & Harriers Club 44.59

Waiwhakareke Random Relay 2018 Results

Results below Tanja’s report.

Report by Kevin Knowles

On Saturday 30th June we met at the Waiwhakareke Reserve car park, opposite the Hamilton Zoo. We selected evenly matched teams of two runners each, from the people that arrived.

This was a relay of six 2.26km laps of the reserve, per team. Each of the two team members got to randomly choose how many of the 6 laps to share with their team member. e.g. alternating 1 lap, 2 laps, 1 lap, 2 laps. (which my team member Helen and I agreed on) It was a clear day after the late start which allowed the fog time to clear, and most went for a full lap warm-up before teams were picked.

This is an interesting and challenging course, through a range of pebbled, grassy and a little muddy pathways of the reserve. After around an hour of running, just 7 minutes difference covered all the team finish times.

Thanks for the support again this year, with Glenn Sexton taking the times.

A very enjoyable event.


Report by Tanja Miller

Saturday the 29th of July 2018 was one the of the chilliest mornings I’ve spent on the sideline as a soccer mum. Our poor little players had freezing fingers and faces but they bravely battled the cold and played like troopers! I figured if a bunch of 8 & 10 year olds could get out in the cold weather and play then I too can head outdoors again and get moving!

I dragged myself away from the fireplace and headed to Waiwhakarere Natural Heritage Park to race with my fellow Hawks. Despite being a Forest Lake resident I’ve never been to the Heritage park and I was excited to run in a new place. The location is directly across from the Zoo and thankfully the council allowed us to park in the over flow carpark and use the Zoo toilets. A small but keen bunch of Hawks also braved the wind chill to turn up and support the event.

Kevin Knowles, our fabulous race director, explained the relay strategy to everyone. Unfortunately I’m a slow learner and it took several attempts but eventually I got the gist of it, thanks Kevin for your patience! We were then placed in teams using a very technical method, haha! Fastest to slowest from 2 lines were paired up. It was then up to each team to secretly decide which strategy they were going to use for the race. My team mate was Gemma Horan and we decided to run 2 X 2km laps each then 1x 2km lap each.

The terrain was a variation of gravel, mud and grass with a nice climb towards the end of each lap. The first part of each lap was downhill so that was a warm up for the tough stuff yet to come. I was definitely glad to finish my laps as it was a challenging little course. Each team had their own strategy/lap order so we didn’t know who was in the lead until the end of the race and that added to the excitement. There was lots of friendly rivalry between the teams with everyone racing hard to try and take line honours.

Eventually the winners were found with Sam LeHeron and St Peters Cambridge student Kimbi Sanders finishing victorious. Second place went to Les Miller and Leon Govender who finished just 9 seconds back. Kris Moore and Dot Larsen came home for 3rd. Gemma and I finished in 5th place which was very commendable as we were the only all female team. Thanks heaps to all those who turned up to support the event, it sure was fun! Also apologies for the lack of event photos. I assigned one of my children the roll of photographer. They decided that sitting in the warm car was preferable to taking photos! 🙂

Team Names Team time
56 Team Sam LeHeron / Kimbi Sanders 56:43:00
55 Team Leon Govender /Les Miller 56:52:00
54 Team Kris Moore / Dot Larsen 57:48:00
52 Team Phil Perry / Peter Horan 58:43:00
53 Team Kevin Knowles / Helen King 59:05:00
57 Team Gemma Horan / Tanja Miller 59:23:00
50 Team Maryam / Sunil Fernandez Ritchie 1:01:25
51 Team Mathijs Wetzels / Gilbert MacDonald 1:03:36

 

Place Team Name Leg 1 Time Difference
1 56 Sam LeHeron 8:58        1 lap
2 55 Leon Govender 9:32        1 lap 0:34
3 53 Helen King 10:21      1 lap 1:23
4 54 Dot Larsen 11:02      1 lap 2:03
5 50 Maryam 11:54      1 lap 2:56
6 52 Phil Perry 17:53       2 laps 8:55
7 57 Tanja Miller 19:09       2 laps 10:11
8 51 Gilbert MacDonald 24:58       2 laps 16:00
Place Team Name Leg 2 Time Difference
1 52 Peter Horan 10:57      1 lap
2 51 Mathijs Wetzels 17:14      2 laps 6:17
3 54 Kris Moore 17:46      2 laps 6:49
4 50 Sunil Fernandez Ritchie 18:28      2 laps 7:31
5 55 Les Miller 18:30      2 laps 7:33
6 53 Kevin Knowles 18:58      2 laps 8:02
7 56 Kimbi Sanders 19:29      2 laps 8:32
8 57 Gemma Horan 20:24      2 laps 9:28
Place Team Name Leg 3 Time Difference
1 57 Tanja Miller 9:36       1 lap
2 53 Helen King 10:16     1 lap 0:40
3 54 Dot Larsen 10:53     1 lap 1:17
4 50 Maryam 11:58     1 lap 2:22
5 51 Gilbert MacDonald 12:26     1 lap 2:51
6 56 Sam LeHeron 18:45     2 laps 9:10
7 52 Phil Perry 18:50     2 laps 9:15
8 55 Leon Govender 20:09     2 laps 10:33
Place Team Name Leg 4 Time Difference
1 55 Les Miller 8:42      1 lap
2 51 Mathijs Wetzels 8:58      1 lap 0:16
3 56 Kimbi Sanders 9:30      1 lap 0:49
4 57 Gemma Horan 10:13    1 lap 1:32
5 52 Peter Horan 11:03    1 lap 2:21
6 54 Kris Moore 18:07    2 laps 9:26
7 50 Sunil Fernandez Ritchie 19:06    2 laps 10:25
8 53 Kevin Knowles 19:30    2 laps 10:48

Club Cross Country Champs 2018 Results

Report By Glenn S

After a rather grim looking morning the sun came out by lunchtime making for  reasonably pleasant conditions for racing. The reasonably dry course allowed for some quicker times than recent years and the customary lake just before the finish was missing this year.

Invited guests this year included 4 from Cambridge and a handful of the triathlon community who wanted a race. As our Centre events have dwindled away to next to none,  I think in future it is in the best interests of inter-club running in general and those who wish to race nationally from our own club , we need to  open our event up to guests to provide a good variation in competition.
Most encouraging point of the day was the 11 SM members who raced, perhaps the most disappointing was only one SW member ran.
Thanks to Kris, Gordon and Vaughan K for setting the course, and Graham and Shona for the timing.

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3 km
Name Surname Time GRADE GdPl Dist Min/Km
Matijis Wetzels 10:30 BU15 1 3 03:30
Gemma Horan 13:04 GU15 1 3 04:21
Madison Rattray 13:31 GU15 2 3 04:30
5 km
Name Surname Time GRADE GdPl Dist Min/Km
Sam Corbett 21:05 WU18 1 5 04:13
Gina Butler 21:06 WU20 1 5 04:13
Charli Miller 21:19 WU18 1 5 04:16
Tanja Miller 21:56 MW35 1 5 04:23
Kimbi Sanders 22:15 WU20 Guest 1 5 04:27
Helen Hall-King 23:39 MW55 1 5 04:44
Maureen Leonard 24:55 MW55 1 5 04:59
Fleur Marillier 25:20 MM45 1 5 05:04
Kaye Stockman 25:27 MW55 2 5 05:05
Penny Burkhart 27:48 MW55 1 5 05:34
Kaye Sharpe 27:48 MW45 1 5 05:34
Kerry Rattray 28:12 MW45 2 5 05:38
Terry Hannett 38:24 MM70 1 5 07:41
6 km
Name Surname Time GRADE GdPl Dist Min/Km
Ben Bidios 21:23 MU18 1 6 03:34
Andrew Carr 21:44 MU18 2 6 03:37
Sean Trowern 21:48 MU20 1 6 03:38
Dean Chiplin 22:06 MM40 Guest 1 6 03:41
John Bowe 22:10 MM40 1 6 03:42
Sam Montgomery 22:11 MU20 1 6 03:42
Lochie Montgomery 22:46 MU18 2 6 03:48
Connor Tristan 22:52 MU20 2 6 03:49
Andrew Wark 23:10 MM50 1 6 03:52
Sophie Corbridge 23:14 SW guest 1 6 03:52
Glenn Sexton 23:53 MM50 2 6 03:59
Les Miller 24:20 MM40 2 6 04:03
William Swales 24:30 MU18 3 6 04:05
Helen Gavin 24:52 SW 1 6 04:09
Pat Gallagher 24:59 MM40 3 6 04:10
Iain Rattray 25:11 MM40 4 6 04:12
Ross Butler 25:44 MM50 3 6 04:17
Kevin Knowles 25:53 MM60 1 6 04:19
Gary Wilson 28:00 MM50 4 6 04:40
Paul Reynolds 28:19 MM40 5 6 04:43
Ray Chrystall 29:04 MM40 6 6 04:51
Vaughan Swale 29:43 MM60 2 6 04:57
Leon Govender 29:56 MM40 7 6 04:59
Graham Clarkin 32:18 MM60 3 6 05:23
Gilbert McDonald 32:53 MM50 5 6 05:29
Mike Riley 33:30 MM60 4 6 05:35
Dave Southwick 34:14 MM60 5 6 05:42
Brendon Hicks 37:14 MM60 6 6 06:12
9 km
Name Surname Time GRADE GdPl Dist Min/Km
Steve rees Jones 30:29 MM40 Guest 2 9 03:23
Logan Roger 31:37 SM 1 9 03:31
Jake Jackson-Grammer 31:53 SM 2 9 03:33
Rodrigo jace 32:21 SM 3 9 03:36
Simon Kerr 32:52 SM 4 9 03:39
George Gywnn 33:26 SM Guest 1 9 03:43
Josh Nyika 33:40 SM 5 9 03:44
Lance Brew 33:41 SM 6 9 03:45
Carl Fischer 34:39 SM 7 9 03:51
Reuben Tomlinson 34:45 SM 8 9 03:52
Kris Moore 36:40 SM 9 9 04:04
Martin Ferry 36:59 SM 10 9 04:07
Sunil Fernandez-ritchie 37:22 SM 11 9 04:09
Lewis Butler 39:46 SM 12 9 04:25

 

U11s 1km
Amber Rattray 5.1
Evan Rees-Jones (Cambridge) 5.1
Cory Brew 5.23
U13s 2km
Zarah Rattray 9.11
Bronwen Rees-Jones (Cambridge) 9.57

Taitua Arboretum Relay 2018 Results

Report by Kevin Knowles

On Saturday 16 th June we met at the Taitua carpark at the end of Taitua Road.

We selected EVENLY MATCHED TEAMS of three runners each, from the people that attended. This was a standard format relay of one 3km lap of the Arboretum for each runner. It was a perfect day in the Arboretum and most went for a full lap warm-up before teams were picked. This is an interesting and challenging course, twisting through the pebble pathways of the reserve. After some intense battles in the earlier relay legs, the finishing runners were still battling up the steep switch-back hill to the finish line. Notable sprint finishes. Kent Hodgson vs Conner Tristram, and John Bowe vs. Les Miller.

Thanks for the support again this year, with Garth Ritchie and Andrew Wark taking the times.

A very enjoyable event.

Team Results:

1 st Team 1. Iain Rattray, Lance Brew, Leon Govender 37:22
2 nd Team 6. Dot Larsen/David Southwick, Andrew Wark, Kent Hodgson 38:22
3 rd Team 7. Ray Chrystall, Tanja Miller, Conner Tristram. 38:26
4 th Team 5. Madison Rattray, Paul Reynolds, John Bowe. 38:59
5 th Team 2. Vaughan Kestle, Kevin Knowles, Les Miller 39:00
6 th Team 4. Kerry Rattray, Sunil Fernandez-Ritchie, Simon Kerr 39:22
7 th Team 3. Kaye Sharp, Gary Clare, Marc Scott. 42:10

Individual Results:

1 Simon Kerr 10:53.9
2 Lance Brew 10:58.6
3 Connor Tristram 11:10.3
4 John Bowe 11:15.1
5 Kent Hodgson 11:18.4
6 Andrew Wark 11:29.7
7 Les Miller 11:37.5
8 Marc Scott 12:10.3
9 Kevin Knowles 12:29.5
10 Iain Rattray 12:38.7
11 Sunil Fernandez-Ritchie 12:40.1
12 Tanja Miller 13:27.7
13 Paul Reynolds 13:33.6
14 Leon Govender 13:45.7
15 Ray Chrystall 13:47.7
16 Gary Clare 13:58.7
17 Madison Rattray 14:10.2
18 Vaughan Kestle 14:52.7
19 Dot Larson 15:34.6
20 Dave Southwick 15:44.5
21 Kerry Rattray 15:49.4
22 Kaye Sharp 16:00.9
23 1. Iain, Lance and Leon 37:21.9
24 6. Dot, Dave, Andrew, Kent 38:22.0
25 7. Ray, Tanja and Conner 38:25.9
26 5. Madison, Paul and John 38:58.7
27 2. Vaughan, Kevin and Les 39:00.0
28 4. Kerry, Sunil and Simon 39:22.4
29 3. Kaye, Gary and Marc 42:10.2

Compass Run 2018 Results

Report by Glenn Sexton

This year we decided to change the team format for this race and thought the easiest way was to split Hamilton and surrounds into 4 quarters. The logical east west boundary was the Waikato River and we drew a line from Whatawjata road across to 5th Av as the north south line.

Unfortunately the westies didnt come to the party with only 9 of the 27 lining up so we had to rearrange into north south to even teams up. Lance led the way for the first 3 k before being overtaken by Kent and visitor Josh Nyika, with Josh just hanging on for the win. In the ladies, Malesa started conservatively and finished strongly to win the Marshall Cup, with Charli Miller finishing 2nd  and also getting strong family competition from mum and dad.

To get the winning team we just added up each placing ie 1st palce got 1, 2nd place got 2. South scored 152 points, while north got 171 so a good win for South. This race has the Gichrist Rosebowl up for grabs and  we ran a complicated formula and consulted guest selector Gilbert McDonald to come up with Shona Dewson, Dot Larsen and Lance Brew as the winning 3 from the South team. Thanks to Glenn and Nick fro setting the course and Fiona for doing the timing.

Place Bib Name Time
1 31 Zarah Rattray 4:16.5
2 35 Amber Rattray 5:02.8
3 36 Cory Brew 5:03.1
4 33 Dylan Daws 5:47.0
5 28 JV Hutson 6:37.6
1 64 Josh Nyika 17:34.6
2 63 Kent Hodgson 17:35.4
3 67 Lance Brew 17:51.7
4 65 Mike Harris 18:46.0
5 51 Malesa McNearney 18:59.8
6 50 Glenn Sexton 19:18.1
7 69 Marc Scott 19:25.2
8 76 Les Miller 19:39.1
9 71 Charli Miller 19:41.9
10 54 Dave Gunn 19:51.0
11 70 Tanja Miller 20:07.8
12 56 Sunil Fernandez Ritchie 20:16.5
13 73 Gemma Horan 23:16.8
14 68 Paul Reynolds 23:18.9
15 61 Maddison Rattray 23:33.5
16 55 Ray Chrystall 23:52.0
17 57 Fleur Marillier 24:38.5
18 75 Connie Daws 24:47.6
19 53 Vaughan Kestle 25:23.4
20 72 Gilbert Macdonald 25:31.7
21 62 Dot Larsen 25:36.4
22 66 Shona Dewson 25:50.2
23 58 Evan Primmer 26:31.8
24 52 Kaye Sharpe 26:32.4
25 60 Kerry Rattray 26:52.2
26 59 Dave Southwick 29:01.3
27 74 Peter Horan

Tauranga Cross Country 2018 Results

Report by Tanja Miller

Tauranga Open Cross County Results 2018 PDF

On Saturday the 27th of May 2018 I found myself lined up at the start of the Tauranga Cross Country Open. It was a surreal moment for me and I had plenty of self doubt going on  “I’m 41 years old! I’ve never been a runner or athlete of any kind so what the heck am I doing here?” and “What if I come last? That’s ok right? Someone has to be tail end Charlie?”

The last memories I had of cross country were back in 1989 at intermediate in Cambridge. I was 12 years old and I decided I never wanted to run another school cross country EVER. They sucked and I sucked so what’s the point?  During the next 5 years of high school I stuck to my word. I managed to come up with various excuses to keep me from having to endure the ‘torture’. Then along came husband and the growing, birthing and breastfeeding (13 years of it, yikes!) of 6 demanding babies and thoughts of cross country were hidden well away in the “bad memories” box.

Yet somehow here I was lined up with a fit group of talented teens and mature women who all looked like they’d been running for years! Thankfully I had my trusty side kick Charli running beside me for moral support. I kept my negative thoughts in check as I really wanted to show her and her siblings that you’re never too old too try something new, break out of your comfort zone and find your hidden talents.

Then the starter gun went, snapping me back to reality and it was game on!  I had a wee goal of trying to come in under 20 minutes but I didn’t want to go out too fast. I’d been unwell with flu and was still recovering. With my girl running beside me I set about running the best darn race this 41 year old body could. Lap one done and Charli called out “9 mins Mum for lap 1, awesome!” Wow, better than I expected.

The course was firm underfoot with not a speck of mud insight. The sun was shining but there was a strong breeze which made part of each lap more challenging. The dreaded Waipuna cross country course hill was harder than ever and I’m so glad I only had to ascend it twice unlike my husband who had to do it 4 times! And I managed to clear all the barriers without face planting, bonus!

Then somehow I found myself in the finish chute “Go for it Mum” yelled my Charli girl and so I did. I sprinted and crossed the finish line in 17:16! Yes, I did it, I came in under my goal time. All the work I’d put in plodding away up hills and through the grass at Minogue park and Porritt had paid off. It was such an honour to run with a group of women, young and not so young, all with the same goal, get to the finish line!  Thanks to Tauranga Ramblers for a great event which welcomes athletes of all ages and abilities and well done to all the runners. If there are any other parents like me who’ve spent years as a sideline supporter for their kids sport. It’s never too late to get out there and join in. It will give you a great insight into what it’s like for them as well as improving your own fitness, If I can do it, anyone can!

Photos on Tauranga Rambler’s FB page >>

Tauranga Open Cross County Results 2018 PDF

Senior Men & Masters Men 35-64 8060 Metres
Race# First Surname Club/School Time Grade Place
1 Regan Bones Tauranga Ramblers 29:08 SM 1
2 Logan Rodger Hamilton City Hawks 29:58 SM 2
3 Michael Pugh Tauranga Ramblers 30:08 MM35-49 1
4 Dean Chiplin Cambridge 31:29 MM35-49 2
5 John Bowe Hamilton City Hawks 31:31 MM35-49 3
6 Brad Dixon Everfit Coaching 31:46 MM35-49 4
7 Tony Broadhead Lake City 31:57 MM50-64 1
8 Todd Rowan Everfit Coaching 32:31 SM 3
9 Chris Atkinson Cambridge 32:42 MM35-49 5
10 Andy Vane Everfit Coaching 32:46 MM35-49 6
11 John Charlton Cambridge 32:49 MM35-49 7
12 Stewart Simpson Tauranga Ramblers 33:11 MM35-49 8
13 Max Gordon 33:56 SM 4
14 David Burrett Tauranga Ramblers 34:03 MM35-49 9
15 Les Miller Hamilton City Hawks 34:48 MM35-49 10
16 Sunil Hamilton City Hawks 34:48 SM 5
17 Kevin Knowles 35:14 MM50-64 2
18 Alan Crambie Lake City 35:38 MM50-64 3
19 Paul Signal Cambridge 36:03 MM50-64 4
20 Craig Sinclair Cambridge 36:10 MM35-49 11
21 Travis Stinll 36:26 MM35-49 12
22 Darryn Koppens Morrinsville 36:27 MM35-49 13
23 Mark Handley Olympic Harriers 36:30 MM50-64 5
24 Max Ball Tauranga Ramblers 37:34 MM50-64 6
25 Phillip Curtis Tauranga Ramblers 39:18 MM50-64 7
26 Curphey John Cambridge 41:03 MM35-49 14
27 Gilbert MacDonald Hamilton City Hawks 48:28 MM50-64 8
Masters Men 65+ 6060 Metres
1 Gavin Smith Tauranga Ramblers 26:53 MM65+ 1
2 Trevor Ogilvie Lake City 29:30 MM65+ 2
3 Robin Read Napier Harriers 33:32 MM65+ 3
4 John Shivas Tauranga Ramblers 34:46 MM65+ 4
5 Peter Vyver Lake City 40:30 MM65+ 5
Senior Women, Masters Women Women U18 4060 Metres
Placing First Surname Club/School Time Grade Place
1 Sally Gibbs Tauranga Ramblers 15.26 SW 1
2 Aimee Ferguson Hawkes/Rototuna 15:30 W18 1
3 Sarah Gardner Tauranga Ramblers 15:43 SW 2
4 Gemma Baldey Whakatane 15:52 W18 2
5 Samantha Corbett Hawks 16.11 W18 3
6 Jemima Antoniazzi Hawks/St Peters 16:38 W18 4
7 Tanjia Miller Hawks 17:16 MW40 1
8 Charli Miller Hawks 17:17 W18 5
9 Aliana Brent Hamilton Hawks 17:44 SW 3
10 Abbie Mortimer Tauranga Girls 18:02 W18 6
11 Katrina Shores Team CK 18:24 MW35 1
12 Karyn McCready Waiktao Masters 19:25 MW45 1
13 Charlotte Bartrum Tauranga Ramblers 19:39 MW35 2
14 Tabitha Marshall Tauranga Girls 20:16 W18 7
15 Rebecca Speirs Tauranga Ramblers 21:08 MW40 2
16 Dee Atkinson Cambridge 21:09 MW45 2
17 Mikayla Wiles Hawks/Cambridge High 23:34 W18 8
Men U20 U18 6060 Metres
Placing First Surname Club/School Time Grade Place
1 Ben Bidois Hawks/Cambridge 21:48 M18 1
2 Harrison Fountain Hawks/Te Aroha 22:14 M20 1
3 Blake Miller 0:13 M20 2
4 Nick Wolton Bethlehem College 0:35 M18 2
5 Rhys Findson Morrinsville College 27:02 M18 3
6 Chris Wolton Bethlehem College 27:04 M18 4

Reduction Relay 2018 Results

Its not cross country unless its wet, soggy, sodden, muddy, damp, fast , lung bursting and  did I mention fast?

Rotorua Marathon 2018 Results

Report by Mudlark

54th Rotorua Marathon was held in ideal conditions on Saturday and 3500 athletes took part in in this well run event which included 1500 running a lap of the lake and many others in the half marathon quarter marathon and the 5.5 km fun run. Many Hawks members took part but as clubs are not listed in the official results it was a mission to sort out accurate Hawks placings. Kevin Knowles was 57th in 3.11.31 to be 2nd in the M60’s.

In the half marathon over a new course that included some off road running through the Redwoods John Bowe had a good one to finish 7th in 1.22.02 and be 1st in the M45’s. Past member Erin Furness was 36th and 2nd F35 with her 1.38.32. Maureen Leonard was 82nd in 1.47.31. although times were slower in the half it must have been pleasant running on off road trails rather than among the traffic. In the 10.55 quarter marathon Emerson Deverell a late entrant was 2nd woman in a pleasing 42.11 while Helen Hall-King was 5th woman in 50.34. In the 5.5km fun run 2nd woman was Karyn McCready in 26.57.

Report by Sandra Jensen
What  way to make yourself feel better about your current crappy running level but to offer to pace at an event? While i admit the free entry part was definitely a draw card i have discovered that i like pace running and it is an important part of a lot of events. The chance to help people is actually very rewarding ( yeah i know) and after recent lackluster running performances i needed that ego boost.
Despite running at many a rotovegas event i had not yet been involved in the Rotorua marathon festivities before. I offered to pace the half at 2:20 which was the same pace id previously done for Auckland half so knew physically how i was going to fare. My co pacer Viviene was great and towards the end we ran together encouraging people in the last 2 km to pass us, not let us beat them.”You can do eet”.
The new half course is great, at a slow easy pace. The hills are pretty darn epic and one in particular almost made you feel like a ladder was needed but at 6 min 38 second KM its was all so easy. We did not walk a single hill and the whole time we were able to chat to people which you normally wouldn’t do during a “race”. I had a blast. And funnily enough it felt like it went very quickly. We had people thanking us along the way and towards the end being announced how well we paced and finishing like all the other runners with a medal felt like we had achieved what we were meant to do. 2 hrs 19 mins and 51 seconds. Not bad really. I gladly signed up again for next year and not just for the free entry but because it was fun and hugely rewarding.
Marathon
Reubin Tomlinson 2.55.34
Martin Ferry 2.56.57
Kevin Knowles 3.11.30
Chris Smith 3.14.27
Dave Gunn 3.30.02
Evan Primmer 4.43.44
Half Marathon
Vaughan Swale 1.52.29
Talia Horgan 2.12.55
Sandra Jensen 2.19.50 – Pacer
10.5k
Emerson Deverell 42:11 – 2nd
Helen Hall-King 50:33 – 5th
Wendy Fox 58.25
Penny Burkhardt 58.44
Wendy Harris 1.00.30
Kim Jameison 1.04.57
Emily Fyfe 1.07.57
Robyn Smith 1.20.09

Trophy Day 2018 Results

Trophy Day went well, with 40 runners. It was nice to see Zane along to watch.
The handicap start had runners guessing their own finish times and setting off accordingly, making for a fast 5k finish.

After making the longest time-difference allowable 30 seconds it was clear half the field would have been disqualified so we went back to 60 seconds, as in previous years.

Congratulations to the Trophy winners.
Cameron Cup 1st existing female – Kay Stockman
Chandler Cup 1st new female – Kerry Rattray
Cotterell Cup 1st existing male – Marcus Daws
Ready Cup- 1st new male – Mike Riley
Carson Cup U14 girls – Zarah Rattray
Upton Cup U14 boys – Hugo Field
Humphries Cup U12 girls – Amber Rattray
Johnson Cup U12 boys – James Nugyen

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Name Est time Actual time Dif (in secs)
Ross Barnett 25:00 22:29 -151
Colin King 26:00 24:22 -98
Ken Johnson 24:30 23:05 -85
Ray Chrystall 24:00 22:38 -82
Donovan Farrell 22:00 20:40 -80
Vaughan Swale 24:30 23:37 -63
Lucy Farrell 21:30 20:10 -80
Mike Riley 26:00 25:10 -50
Kay Stockman 24:30 23:34 -56
Kerry Rattray 27:30 26:42 -48
Helen Hall-King 22:30 21:44 -46
Carolyn Farris 25:30 24:52 -28
Marcus Daws 22:30 21:55 -35
Paul Reynolds 22:30 21:59 -31
Simon Kerr 18:00 17:23 -37
Lance Brew 18:00 17:25 -35
Kevin Knowles 20:30 19:55 -35
John Crane 18:30 18:00 -30
Terry Hannett 34:00 33:42 -18
Graham Clarkin 25:30 25:05 -25
Fleur Marillier 25:00 23:22 -98
Brendan Hicks 28:00 27:55 -5
Gemma Horan 22:00 21:48 -12
Mike Harris 19:00 18:51 -9
Ben Wild 27:00 28:30 90
Sunil Fernadez Ritchie 19:00 19:02 2
Andrew Wark 18:30 18:34 4
Dave Southwick 27:00 27:10 10
John Mering 16:30 16:31 1
Toshimi Farrell 22:30 22:40 10
Wendy Harris 27:00 27:19 19
Debbie Morris 34:00 34:31 31
Madison Rattray 24:30 24:55 25
Kent Hodgson 18:30 19:17 47
Steve Rossiter 25:30 25:50 20
Wendy Fox 25:30 28:14 22
Sophie Harris 27:00 28:14 74
Max Field 28:00 29:18 78
Gilbert Macdonald 24:00 26:21 141
Garth Richie 40:00 44:30 270
Kids Age Time
Zarah Rattray G11 8:53
Hugo Field B8 10:14
Amber Rattray G7 10:21
Phoebe Field G13 10:28
James Nguyen B10 10:28
Cory Brew B7 10:37

Te Awamutu Golf Course 2018 Results

Report by Mudlark – Don Will Willoughby

Murray Green manager and promoter of the Paperplus Te Awamutu golf links fun run was delighted to receive 90 online entries for the run and some 37 more made a post entry on race day. What a privilege to race on a golf links. The 3km circuit was a mix of fast flat terrain with sufficient undulations to provide an excellent cross country challenge for early season racing. Very smooth and dry surface but no mud present for the true mudlarks.

More than 25 Hawks took part and it was pleasing to see the Hawks singlet so prominent. A mass start saw a number of options with run or walk over 3km, 6km or 9km. A number of Hawks caught the eye. Over 3km Lucy Farrell was the quickest student with 11.49. On the 2 lap 6km Gina Butler was first female on 24.14 with Samantha Corbett taking second spot with 24.31. Over 3 laps a Wanganui Teenager Liam Back was real quick clocking 30.24 to win this section. Mathijis Wetzels was an impressive 4th with 33.53. The women’s section of the 9km saw Cambridge Harriers Alice Mason running very strongly to take out this section from world masters champ Sally Gibbs 35.30 with our own Emerson Deverell third of 35.35. Emerson was having her first race as a senior woman and running with Andrew Wark 35.28 and John Charlton Cambridge 35.36 this trio clocked laps of 11.45, 12.01 and came home strong with 11.49 for the last lap to show great even paced racing. They all commented on the liberal interpretation of running within 2-3 metres of the cones by many of those ahead of them. John Bowe shows himself in good early season form with 34.16. After my recent heart op it was a pleasure to attend the first open cross country of the year and be able to help in a small way calling lap times and supporting the Hawks singlet.
The Te Awamutu Athletic Club ran an attractive well organised event and we hope that young athletes under coach Murray Greens care will benefit from the money raised.

Results are below the photos. Click photos to preview as slideshow.

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Place Rank Name Club Time
M Run 9k
45 1 Liam  Back Wanganui Athletics 0:30:24
46 2 William Sinclair Cambridge 0:30:55
54 3 Zach Bellamy Wanganui Collegiate 0:32:28
57 4 Mathijs Wetzels Hawks 0:33:53
58 5 Simon Kerr Hamilton City Hawks 0:34:00
60 6 John Bowe Hamilton City Hawks 0:34:16
61 7 Daniel Sinclair Cambridge 0:34:28
65 8 Andrew Wark Hamilton City Hawks 0:35:28
71 9 Lewis Butler Hawks 0:36:42
72 10 Mike Harris Hamilton City Hawks 0:37:29
73 11 Sunil Fernandez-Ritchie Hamilton City Hawks 0:37:57
74 12 Kevin Knowles Hawks 0:38:39
76 13 Craig Sinclair Cambridge 0:38:58
77 14 Les Miller None 0:39:03
78 15 Darryn Koppens None 0:39:32
81 16 Paul Signal Cambridge 0:40:08
83 17 Matthew Sinclair Cambridge 0:40:53
84 18 Joseph Sinclair Cambridge 0:41:34
85 19 Gavin Smith Ramblers 0:42:12
87 20 Ewen Cumming Cambridge 0:42:27
92 21 Shaun O’Dea None 0:45:20
93 22 Paul Reynolds Hamilton City Hawks 0:46:39
97 23 Rolf Boswell Cambridge 0:49:56
99 24 Grahame Clarkin Hawks 0:53:08
107 25 Wayne Doughty 1:01:27
115 26 Bruce McComb Cambridge 1:04:34
F Run 9k
59 1 Alice Mason Cambridge Harriers 0:34:15
66 2 Sally Gibbs Ramblers 0:35:30
67 3 Emerson Deverell Hawks 0:35:35
79 4 Tanja Miller Hawks 0:39:43
90 5 Helen Hall-King Hawks 0:44:34
91 6 Ruby Sinclair Cambridge 0:44:52
106 7 Sue Bethell None 0:59:33
108 8 Shontel  O’Keeffe None 1:02:58
109 9 Ellen O’Brien None 1:02:59
114 10 Fiona Sinclair Cambridge 1:04:33
116 11 Michelle Doughty 1:06:12
M Run 6k
21 1 John Charlton Cambridge 0:15:51
30 2 Ben Bidois None 0:21:31
32 3 Carl Fischer Hamilton City Hawks 0:23:31
36 4 Luke Burgess Te Awamutu 0:25:05
37 5 Craig Wilson Frankton 0:26:16
38 6 Corey Neilson 0:26:24
40 7 Josh Gordon None 0:27:50
42 8 Ryan Nelson Cambridge 0:28:21
47 9 John Williamson 0:31:04
52 10 Colin King Hawks 0:31:45
53 11 Gilbert Macdonald Hawks 0:32:15
55 12 Daniel Middleton Hawks 0:32:37
56 13 David Griffith Cambridge 0:32:39
68 14 John Charlton Cambridge 0:35:36
69 15 Derek Blackwell None 0:36:24
70 16 David Southwick Hawks 0:36:33
80 17 John Middleton Hawks 0:39:47
82 18 George Chambers Cambridge 0:40:09
86 19 Willem Poolman Te Awamutu 0:42:24
89 20 Malcolm Taylor Ramblers 0:44:21
95 21 Wayne Annan None 0:46:46
F Run 6k
33 1 Gina Butler Hawks 0:24:14
34 2 Samantha Corbett Hawks 0:24:31
39 3 Vicki Rees-Jones Cambridge 0:27:37
41 4 Talia Horgan Hawks 0:28:15
43 5 Toshimi Farrell Hawks 0:29:10
44 6 Desiree Blackwell None 0:29:26
50 7 Rachael Pentney None 0:31:19
51 8 Kay Stockman Hawks 0:31:30
75 9 Charlotte Beaumont Bell None 0:38:45
94 10 Pip Annan None 0:46:46
Walk 6k
88 1 Brendan Gibbs Ramblers 0:44:21
96 2 Hilde Moorhouse None 0:49:22
98 3 Monique Wiles Cambridge 0:50:36
100 4 Maria Double Te Awamutu Marathon 0:24:45
101 5 Garth Ritchie Hamilton City Hawks 0:57:58
102 6 Grant Mitchell None 0:58:46
103 7 Audz Douglas TA Marathon 0:58:47
104 8 Lisa Mitchell None 0:59:15
105 9 Lynette Cummins None 0:59:16
110 10 Bill Hohepa None 1:03:04
111 11 Cath McCartney 1:03:35
112 12 Colleen Williamson TA Marathon 1:03:35
113 13 Betty Dent Te Awamutu Tramping Club 1:04:06
117 14 Marion Alspach TA Marathon 1:06:33
Walk 3k
31 1 Megan Blackwell None 0:22:57
35 2 Maria Blackwell None 0:25:02
48 3 Lana Maughan None 0:31:06
49 4 Jess Dunn None 0:31:06
62 5 Phyl Jones TA Marathon 0:34:49
63 6 Hillary Thomas TA Marathon 0:34:51
64 7 Ross Thomas TA Marathon 0:34:52
M Student 3k
1 1 Liam Davis None 0:11:31
3 2 Jospeh Abernethy Te Awamutu 0:11:52
4 3 Flynn Speedy Wilson None 0:12:35
6 4 Donovan Farrell Hawks 0:13:21
7 5 Joshua Rowe Cambridge 0:13:23
10 6 Luke Bellamy 0:13:52
11 7 Carter Neilson 0:13:55
13 8 Liam Miller None 0:14:33
15 9 Cooper  McCone None 0:14:43
17 10 Blake Davis None 0:15:24
18 11 Jack Charlton Cambridge 0:15:38
19 12 Sam Gordon None 0:15:51
20 13 Logan Lindsay 0:15:51
27 14 Kane Gordon None 0:20:16
F Student 3k
2 1 Lucy Farrell Hawks 0:11:49
5 2 Tiarna Allen Tauranga Ramblers 0:12:51
8 3 Olivia Hala Ramblers 0:13:25
9 4 Jasmine Davis None 0:13:45
12 5 Rain Milne 0:14:32
14 6 Bronwen Rees-Jones Cambridge 0:14:35
16 7 Morgan Hussey None 0:15:11
22 8 Sophie Harris Hamilton City Hawks 0:16:07
23 9 Emma Lindsay 0:16:12
24 10 Mikayla Wiles Cambridge 0:17:57
25 11 Rosie Miller None 0:19:41
26 12 Anneka Kilroy None 0:20:16
28 13 Tyla Wallis Tokoroa 0:20:20
29 14 Lucy Charlton Cambridge 0:20:37

Sing Relay 2018 Results

Report by Glenn

The first event of the year kicked off with 26 relay runners and a couple of 2k runners in overcast and warm conditions. After teams were picked we started off in the direction of Cobham Bridge and into the bush section by Peacockes Road. At the front of the field were Lance and Simon with a string of MM runners following closely behind. At the turn around there was the usual guessing about who was ahead of who. I was the first to reach the turnaround the 2nd time but I knew I wouldn’t be able to hold the other guys out. The good thing about this event is no one really knows how they are going until it is close to the finish line. Luckily no one crossed the river or ran past the turnaround and out onto Peacockes Road so we didn’t need to send out a search party (like last year aye Jai). Well-deserved win goes to the new member pairing of Simon and Zarah with Zarah making Simon work hard to keep up in the final sprint to the line.

Thanks to Lance, Kris, Mike Riley and Wendy for giving me a hand to organise on the day.

Results in order of placings are as follows:

Simon Kerr/ Zarah Rattray
Kent Hodgson/ Dot Larsen
Marc Scott/ Ken Johnson
Paul Reynolds/ Iian Rattray
Lance Brew/ Kerry Rattray
Glenn Sexton/ Maddison Rattray
Kris Moore/ Katherine Thompson
Mike Harris/ Maryam Emami
Andrew Wark/ Dave Southwick
Lucy Farrell/ Donovan Farrell
Veronika Adams/ Vaughan Kestle
Sunil Fernandez Ritchie/ Evan Primmer
Sam Corbett/ Toshimi Farrell

Photos

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