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Gilchrist Rosebowl 2022 Results

A good number of keen folk sporting their Hawks colours zipping around the course, giving it their all…

Gilchrist Rose Bowl 2021 Results

The Gilchrist Rosebowl Cross Country event was held on the grass area on the eastern side of Hamilton Lake.

Kids ran 2 x 1k laps and the adults did 2 x 1.92k laps.

Great to see so many turn out (around 45 runners – 44 human and 1 canine) and looking great in the Hawks colours…The weather turned it on and we had a brilliant day – lots of good hard running, a highlight being a great run by Pat Gallagher resulting in a finish line sprint for 3rd overall with Charli Miller….Awesome to watch.

Congratulations to all those competing, you can check out the full results for this event <<here>>

Podium results as below:
Kids race (2k)

1stLayton Mace08:18.4
2ndThea Mace09:09.6
3rd Mckenzie Liang10:07.4

Women (4k):

1st (3rd overall) Charli Miller15:16.5
2ndSophie Harris16:51.7
3rdNisha Moorfield17:48.3

Men (4k):

1stRichard Ellison14:55.4
2ndJack Murray15:00.6
3rdPat Gallagher15:16.8

Overall Results

PlaceBibNameTeam nameTime
116Richard EllisonKiwi14:55.4
27Jack MurrayKahu15:00.6
319Charli MillerTui15:16.5
41Pat GallagherKiwi15:16.8
521Les MillerRuru15:20.7
614Mike HarrisTui15:24.5
733John CraneKiwi15:29.8
839Ryan JonesTui15:33.4
924Joe MaceRuru15:38.5
105Rob TownsendRuru15:51.5
1110Chris KeithTui16:35.6
1212Sophie HarrisKiwi16:51.7
1329Iain RattrayRuru16:58.8
1438Garry WilsonRuru17:02.4
1534Kevin KnowlesTui17:15.0
166Sunil Fernandez-RitchieTui17:31.5
1728Mark CornagaKahu17:48.1
188Nisha MoorfieldRuru17:48.3
1932Corenza ElleyKahu17:49.6
2036Marcus DawsKahu18:34.5
2125Paul EwartKahu18:41.9
2227Monique SpeddingRuru18:47.0
2323Lily JamesKahu18:47.9
2413Helen Hall-kingTui19:47.9
2522Esther NeillRuru19:55.6
262Sue HunterKahu20:21.4
2717Vaughan SwaleKiwi20:43.3
283Sandra JensenRuru20:51.7
2931Madison RattrayKahu20:56.8
3035Vaughan KestleTui21:33.8
314Gemma HoranTui21:50.9
3230Kerry RattrayKiwi22:46.9
3318Natalie CareTui23:25.2
3437Gilbert MacdonaldKiwi23:33.8
3526Nicola McMahonTui23:47.7
3611Wendy FoxKiwi24:07.2
379Karen MummeKahu24:22.0
20Peter HoranKahuDNF

Kids Results

PlaceBibNameTeam nameTime
127Layton MaceTui08:18.4
228Thea MaceKahu09:09.6
326Mckenzie LiangTui10:07.4
429Amber RattrayTui10:16.0
525Claire LiangKahu11:05.3

Gilchrist Rose Bowl 2020 Results

Report by Lucie Kibblewhite

Saturday saw the Gilchrist Rosebowl at the lake. An ever popular event we had 32 adults and 7 children racing.

We started with the children’s race first and Andrew volunteered to lead the kids out on the first lap. However, a misunderstanding and some incorrect course marking by Dave and his crew meant Andrew went off in the correct direction, which confused the kids a little as they had listened to Dave’s flawed instructions! It was all sorted out quickly and the race was on…. Boh Ritchie brought home the kid’s in an impressive 5:52.

Luckily Dave’s briefing for the adults run was actually correct, and everyone started without a hitch.  As everyone came round past the start/finish line for the first time there wasn’t a lot of time separating groups, however, the second time of climbing the hill to the water tower put some space between people. Hayden Waddell won the adults race in 14:11,  Charli Miller coming in second at 14:25 and Mike Harris rounding out the top three in 14:50. A special mention must go to Lily and Vaughan for the sprint finish.

Event photos on Facebook

FirstLastTime
HaydenWaddell14:12
CharlieMiller14:25
MikeHarris14:50
LesMiller15:10
RobTownsend15:12
JohnCrane15:13
GlennSexton15:34
SunilFernandez-Ritchie15:35
AndrewWark15:40
MarcScott15:42
JoeMace15:45
IainRattray16:24
HannahLynch16:26
GarryWilson16:34
KevinKnowles16:36
PaulEwart17:18
DawnTuffrey17:30
ChloeMcDaniel18:08
RobWaddell18:16
SophieHarris18:39
DaveClarke19:01
MadisonRattray19:41
LilyJames20:25
VaughanKestle20:25
ShonaDewson20:53
NicholaMcMahon21:18
GilbertMacdonald21:26
GrahameClarkin21:47
KerryRattray21:58
PeterHoran23:50
TanyaPodjursky25.20
ZarahRattray9:15 1 lap
Kids Race
BohRitchie5:52
LeytonMace6:51
TheaMace7:29
CarenzaElley7:31
MiaDonovan7:37
AmberRattray9:11
ChloeDonovan9:23

Gilchrist Rose Bowl 2019 Results

Report by Lance Brew

With very cold and windy conditions on Saturday I was very pleased to see the amount of people at the club rooms on our return from setting out the course at the lake. Ross, Vaughan, Nick and myself even commented we didn’t think there will be a huge turn out with the terrible weather but to all of you guys credit there was 4 kids and 50 adults ready and waiting to run.

The kids lead the racing off first with 2 laps of the 1 km course with Zarah looking strong through out and the 2 Miller boys having a good battle with each other Zach came out on top here. Amber looked very composed for her run, ditching dad on her 2nd lap. Well done kids.

1st Zarah Rattray 8.36
2nd Zach Miller 9.12
3rd Amber Rattray 11.15
4th Liam Miller DNF

Onto the adult race and the race for bonus house points was up for grabs it was going to be a good battle right through the whole field as every placing in the race was worth placing points. If you were first over the line you gained maximum placing points right down to if you were last over the line you gained the minimum placing point. All the placing points for your house were added together and the house who had the highest placing points gained 75 bonus point for their house 2nd 50 points 3rd 25 points 4th sorry no bonus points.

The course for the weather we were having I thought was in good condition just a couple of slippery bits the worst part was the debris on the course even after we had cleared it earlier. The wind was absolutely blowing and made it even harder no matter where you were on the course.

It was great to see everyone pushing hard right to the finish line knowing that each place in the race counted there was some very hard fought tight finishes between people.

Thanks must go to all those who showed up to volunteer or just watch, it was bad enough running in those conditions let alone standing around in them.

All in all I believe the day was a success made by all who showed up.

House placing points results

1st 452 Placing Points Kiwi 75 Bonus House points
2nd 296 Placing Points Ruru 50 Bonus House points
3rd 219 Placing Points Kahu 25 Bonus House points
4th 114 Pacing Points Tui We need to lift our game here no bonus points.

Photos on Hawks NZ website https://www.facebook.com/groups/399730696724275/

NameTeam nameTimePoints
Samantha CorbettKahu15:4738
Kevin KnowlesKahu16:4730
Iain RattrayKahu17:1229
Mark CornagaKahu17:2527
Ray ChrystallKahu18:3023
Helen Hall KingKahu18:5320
Madison RattrayKahu19:1219
Leon GovenderKahu19:4414
Nichola McMahonKahu21:2110
Gilbert McDonaldKahu21:586
Debbie MorrisKahu28:341
Andrew WarkKahuDNF0
Place217
Showing up15
Charli MillerKiwi14:5045
John CraneKiwi15:0343
Les MillerKiwi15:2641
Samantha CorbettKiwi15:4738
Martin FerryKiwi15:5237
Pat GallagherKiwi16:0736
Sunil Fernandez RitchieKiwi16:1135
Garry WilsonKiwi16:2532
Olivia TheunissenKiwi18:1224
Gemma HoranKiwi18:4022
Dave ClarkKiwi18:4321
Maureen LeonardKiwi19:2117
Colin KingKiwi19:3816
Vaughan SwaleKiwi19:4215
Lisa JoblinKiwi20:2313
Kerry RattrayKiwi21:339
Shona DewsonKiwi21:358
Place452
Showing up20
Kent HodgsonRuru15:0244
Marc ScottRuru15:2342
Dave GunnRuru15:3539
Michael PeckRuru16:1534
Chris KeithRuru16:2033
Maria BentleyRuru16:3131
Malesa McNearneyRuru17:1828
Paul ReynoldsRuru18:1125
Grahame ClarkinRuru21:1811
Charlie EvansRuru21:507
Tanya PodjurskyRuru28:272
Place296
Showing up13
Lance BrewTui14:2446
Tanja MillerTui17:5826
Vaughan KestleTui19:2018
Ross BarnettTui20:3812
Kaye SharpeTui21:595
Mary RogersonTui22:134
Clare MontgomeryTui22:453
Place114
Showing up10

Places based on Time

NameTeam nameTime
Lance BrewTui14:24
Charli MillerKiwi14:50
Kent HodgsonRuru15:02
John CraneKiwi15:03
Marc ScottRuru15:23
Les MillerKiwi15:26
Dave GunnRuru15:35
Samantha CorbettKahu15:47
Samantha CorbettKiwi15:47
Martin FerryKiwi15:52
Pat GallagherKiwi16:07
Sunil Fernandez RitchieKiwi16:11
Michael PeckRuru16:15
Chris KeithRuru16:20
Garry WilsonKiwi16:25
Maria BentleyRuru16:31
Kevin KnowlesKahu16:47
Iain RattrayKahu17:12
Malesa McNearneyRuru17:18
Mark CornagaKahu17:25
Tanja MillerTui17:58
Paul ReynoldsRuru18:11
Olivia TheunissenKiwi18:12
Ray ChrystallKahu18:30
Gemma HoranKiwi18:40
Dave ClarkKiwi18:43
Helen Hall KingKahu18:53
Madison RattrayKahu19:12
Vaughan KestleTui19:20
Maureen LeonardKiwi19:21
Colin KingKiwi19:38
Vaughan SwaleKiwi19:42
Leon GovenderKahu19:44
Lisa JoblinKiwi20:23
Ross BarnettTui20:38
Grahame ClarkinRuru21:18
Nichola McMahonKahu21:21
Kerry RattrayKiwi21:33
Shona DewsonKiwi21:35
Charlie EvansRuru21:50
Gilbert McDonaldKahu21:58
Kaye SharpeTui21:59
Mary RogersonTui22:13
Clare MontgomeryTui22:45
Tanya PodjurskyRuru28:27
Debbie MorrisKahu28:34
Andrew WarkKahu

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

Gilchrist Rose Bowl – School of Origin 2017 Results

Report by Andrew Wark

The School of Origin was well attended by 26 Hawks on a windy day which was chilly pre-race with the winds coming across the lake and everyone trying to keep warm. The race was based on an age adjusted format where the age of the runner is used to calculated times trying to even out and handicap runners on an age calculation.

Teams were selected on the school that each runner attended. The age adjustment calculates a % result based from the, then an average of all the team’s times is calculated, the highest average won the Gilchrist Rose Bowl. The course is a 2km quite challenging hilly cross-country loop which was a bit wet and soft in some areas, with 2 km race for the kids and a 4km and 6 km option.

The cold temperatures of the pre-race were soon forgotten once the race began with Cameron and Ryan having a great battle at the front of the race with Cameron winning a close finish. Kent, Emerson, Marc Scott, Mike Harris and Andrew all competed strongly over the 3 laps of course with Kent leading them home. Grace Ritchie had a good strong finish to the 4 km race to win with Malesa 2nd  and Trish Stockman in 3rd .

Back at the club while we all enjoyed some beverages (hot & cold) plus afternoon tea. A team of experts (which included at least 1 accountant) and their super computer calculated the results which were as followed, in order:

Fairfield Diocesan
Hillcrest/Huntly
MacLeans/Feilding/Kamo/Aust
BOP/Te Awamutu
Boys High
St Johns/ Melville/Sacred Heart

Fastest times
Cameron Hall
Ryan Stacy
Kent Hodgson

Kids
Phoebe Fields, Hugo Fields and Corey Brew all finished together with Phoebe a narrow winner

Age Adjusted Results
Andrew Wark
Emerson Deverell
Kent Hodgson

Well done to all that competed and made the day a success. Thanks to Lance, Fiona and Shona for organising.

Number   Name km G Age Time Age  time Age %    
739 A malesa mcnearney 4 f 26 16.46 16.46 75.1 4km 2nd
581 A kay stockman 6 f 54 31.47 26.4 74
569 A deborah gamman 6 f 35 32.17 31.86 61.73
529 A peter horan 6 m 52 35 30.07 57.46
570 B dave southwick 4 m 65 22.48 21.04 52.34
670 B david trow 4 m 72 27.28 19.36 56.29
678 B cameron hall 6 m 24 22.43 22.43 76.18 fastest time 1st
576 B evan primmer 6 m 64 32.3 25.13 68.61
669 C grace ritchie 4 f 17 15.29 15.09 83.07 4km 1st
507 C Trish Stockman 4 f 53 20.14 16.65 75.27 4km 3rd
625 C emerson deverall 6 f 19 23.29 23.24 84.38 age adjusted 2nd
626 C gilbert macdonald 6 m 49 30.44 27.06 63.87
747 D gordon spiers 4 m 64 22.34 17.31 62.98
571 D ryan stacey 6 m 29 22.46 22.45 76.08 fastest time 2nd
568 D kent hodgson 6 m 48 23.22 20.46 83.33 age adj 3rd & fastest  3rd
508 D Sunil Fernadez-Ritchie 6 m 23 24.46 24.46 69.88
728 E shona dewson 4 f 50 22.16 19.09 65.78
524 E terry hannett 4 m 69 27.24 20.17 54.39
621 E andrew wark 6 m 50 23.25 20.29 84.49 age adjusted 1st
522 E mike harris 6 m 47 23.53 21.24 80.89
715 E colin king 6 m 65 29.04 22.21 77.41
591 F max field 4 m 14 27.17 24.48 44.47
525 F gemma horan 4 f 13 dnf 0
572 F marc scott 6 m 48 23.37 20.59 82.45
520 F Kris moore 6 m 36 24.54 24.14 71.44
B 63.36 boys high
D 73.07 hillcrest/huntly
A 67.07 BOP/TE A
F 49.59 st johns/melville/sacred heart
C 76.65 fairfield/dio
E 72.59 mcleans/fielding/
kamo/Aus
Kids Results
585 phoebe field st peters chanels 2 f 12 11:51 10:46 55.31
512 corey brew st pius 2 m 6 11.52 8.11 64.04
567 hugo field st peters chanels 2 m 7 11.52 8.11 64.04

Gilchrist Rose Bowl School of Origin XC 2016 Results

This is how it worked. Each runner was put in a team according to which high school they went to and their age. To make a team, had to be at least 3 from the same school. In the event of insufficient numbers, teams were made up of regions, or countries, or even a world/international selection. All runners are counted in results.

Race options were either 4 or 6 km. After the race, the results will be run through the highly technical and complicated World Masters Association age grade calculator.

Fastest Times Fastest Age Adjusted
Harry Ewing 6km 19.16 John Crane 6km 83.04%
Jai Davies Campbell 6km 19.57 Harry Ewing 6km 82.21%
Kent Hodgson 6km 21.18 Paul Ritchie 6km 80.73%
Team Results Age Adjusted Individual
International 1ST 75.00% John Crane 6km 21.36 83.04%
John Crane 6km 21.36 83.04% Harry Ewing 6km 19.16 82.21%
Andrew Wark 6km 21.58 79.08% Paul Ritchie 6km 23.11 80.73%
Colin King 6km 27.50 70.91% Kent Hodgson 6km 21.18 80.27%
Kallum Mardon 4km 17.39 66.95% Chris Keith 6km 23.08 79.54%
Andrew Wark 6km 21.58 79.08%
Odds 2ND 74.82% Marc Scott 6km 22.13 76.96%
Jemima Antoniazzi 4km 16.15 75.60% Jai Davies Campbell 6km 19.57 76.78%
Henny Swinkels 4km 16.14 68.17% Helen Hall-King 4km 17.49 76.49%
Lucy Farrell 4km 16.05 76.38% Lucy Farrell 4km 16.05 76.38%
Mike Harris 6km 22.46 74.52% Jemima Antoniazzi 4km 16.15 75.60%
Chris Keith 6km 23.08 79.54% Nick Freke 6km 22.38 74.96%
Mike Harris 6km 22.46 74.52%
Fairfield / Fraser Kay Stockman 4km 19.07 72.16%
Gary Clare 4km 17.31 63.52% Penny Burkhardt 4km 21.17 71.46%
Kris Moore 6km 22.28 69.28% Colin King 6km 27.50 70.91%
Grant Budd 6km 26.23 69.28% Monique MacDonald 6km 26.26 70.40%
Vaughan Kestle 4km 18.17 65.84% Kris Moore 6km 22.28 69.28%
Gilbert MacDonald 6km 28.16 60.97% Grant Budd 6km 26.23 69.28%
Mary Rogerson 4km 20.46 69.19%
Hamilton Boys High Henny Swinkels 4km 16.14 68.17%
David Southwick 4km 22.36 56.82% Kallum Mardon 4km 17.39 66.95%
Jai Davies Campbell 6km 19.57 76.78% Malesa McNearney 6km 22.58 66.69%
Vaughan Swale 4km 19.13 63.37% Vaughan Kestle 4km 18.17 65.84%
Nick Freke 6km 22.38 74.96% Gordon Speirs 6km 29.47 65.66%
Evan Primmer 6km 28.09 63.74% Sunil F 6km 23.34 64.99%
Grahame C 6km 29.56 64.75%
Hillcrest Evan Primmer 6km 28.09 63.74%
Kent Hodgson 6km 21.18 80.27% Gary Clare 4km 17.31 63.52%
Mary Rogerson 4km 20.46 69.19% Vaughan Swale 4km 19.13 63.37%
Helen Hall-King 4km 17.49 76.49% Gemma Horan 4km 20.27 61.23%
Sunil F 6km 23.34 64.99% Gilbert MacDonald 6km 28.16 60.97%
Peter Horan 6km 29.24 60.54%
Randoms David Southwick 4km 22.36 56.82%
Marc Scott 6km 22.13 76.96% Max Field 4km 20.49 53.83%
Paul Ritchie 6km 23.11 80.73%
Gordon Speirs 6km 29.47 65.66%
Grahame Clarkin 6km 29.56 64.75% Reilly 2km 9.12
Saints
Monique MacDonald 6km 26.26 70.40%
Harry Ewing 6km 19.16 82.21%
Gemma Horan 4km 20.27 61.23%
Max Field 4km 20.49 53.83%
WaiBOP
Penny Burkhardt 4km 21.17 71.46%
Malesa McNearney 6km 22.58 66.69%
Kay Stockman 4km 19.07 72.16%
Peter Horan 6km 29.24 60.54%

School of Origin 2015 Results

Thanks to all who took part in this event. Outstanding run of the day was from the evergreen John Crane with an age-adjusted score of 85%, closely followed by Harry Ewing and Isaiah Priddey, both on 82%

‘School’ results

St Peters 75%
HBHS 74%
International 73%
Te Awamutu 72%
Fairfield 71%
Chiefs 70%
Special thanks to Alan McDonald from Sport Waikato and Margaretta Slaney from Cambridge for doing the timing and results.
1 Lap
Name   School/club   Grade Time PLACE/OA Team
Donovan Farrell Hukanui M U12 4.40 1 7
4 Laps
Lochie Montgomerie HBHS M U14 14.29 1 3
Emerson Deverell Waikato Dio F U18 14.34 2 4
Jeff Curle HBHS M U14 15.15 3 3
Jordan Taylor HBHS M U14 15.17 4 3
Charli Miller Fairfield F U16 15.24 5 7
Ani Gemmill SHGC F U16 15.41 6 4
Samantha Corbett Te Kuiti F U14 16.04 7 5
Karl Bradley HBHS M U14 16.05 8 3
Dean Masters Hillcrest M 30+ 16.07 9 4
Jessie Speedy St.Peters F U18 16.19 10 2
Shennaz Hussain St.Peters F U18 16.22 11 2
Hannah Haworth Waikato Dio F U18 16.36 12 4
Darryl Conn USA M 50+ 18.02 13 6
Lisa Joblin Matamata/Te Awamtu F 40+ 18.02 14 5
Eliana Slaney CAMBC F U14 18.30 15 2
Kay Strockman Te Awamutu F 50+ 18.57 16 5
Toshimi Farrell International F 40+ 19.21 17 6
Ellie Broadbridge Palmerston N/Te Awamutu F 40+ 19.35 18 5
Gordon Spiers Huntly M 60+ 19.57 19 5
Erin Fobbester Fairfield F U16 20.17 20 7
Dave Southwick HBHS M 60+ 20.54 21 5
David Trow HBHS M 70+ 21.27 22 3
6km
Harry Ewing Hawks/St.Peters M U18 20.02 1 2
Isaiah Priddey Hawks/HBHS M U16 20.33 2 3
Sam Montgomerie HBHS M U16 21.09 3 3
Allen Brears NPBHS/Te Awamutu M 40+ 21.10 4 5
John Crane UK M 50+ 21.11 5 6
Connor Tristram HBHS M U16 21.19 6 3
Sunil Fernandez-Ritchie Hawks/Hillcrest M 20+ 21.24 7 4
Hikaru Mita St. Peters M U18 21.34 8 2
Mattthew Scott St. Peters M U18 21.37 9 2
Lance Brew St Johns M 30+ 21.48 10 4
Matthew Van Dalen St. Peters M U18 21.58 11 2
Callum Macdonald Fairfield M U18 22.39 12 7
Finn Myles HBHS M U18 22.46 13 3
Andrew Wark Aus M 40+ 22.54 14 6
Mark Scott Te Awamutu M 40+ 23.14 15 5
Grant Budd Fairfield M 40+ 23.28 16 7
Grant Budd Fairfield M 40+ 23.28 17 7
Connor McGiven St Peters M U18 24.11 18 2
John Roberts Hawks M 20+ 25.46 19 4
Gilbert MacDonald Hawks/Fairfield M 20+ 29.03 20 7

 

TEAM PLACINGS
Team 2 St Peters & Cambridge Team 5 Waikato Rural & NZ
Team 3 Hamilton Boys High Team 6 Fairfield & International
Team 4 Hamilton – Waikato Dio, Sacret Heart, St Johns, Hillcrest
4 Laps
Jessie Speedy St.Peters F U18 16.19 10 2
Shennaz Hussain St.Peters F U18 16.22 11 2
Eliana Slaney CAMBC F U14 18.30 15 2
Lochie Montgomerie HBHS M U14 14.29 1 3
Jeff Curle HBHS M U14 15.15 3 3
Jordan Taylor HBHS M U14 15.17 4 3
Karl Bradley HBHS M U14 16.05 8 3
David Trow HBHS M 70+ 21.27 22 3
Dave Southwick HBHS M 60+ 20.54 21 3
Emerson Deverell Waikato Dio F U18 14.34 2 4
Ani Gemmill SHGC F U16 15.41 6 4
Dean Masters Hillcrest M 30+ 16.07 9 4
Hannah Haworth Waikato Dio F U18 16.36 12 4
Samantha Corbett Te Kuiti F U14 16.04 7 5
Lisa Joblin Matamata/Te Awamtu F 40+ 18.02 14 5
Kay Strockman Te Awamutu F 50+ 18.57 16 5
Ellie Broadbridge Palmerston N/Te Awamutu F 40+ 19.35 18 5
Gordon Spiers Huntly M 60+ 19.57 19 5
Darryl Conn USA M 50+ 18.02 13 6
Toshimi Farrell International F 40+ 19.21 17 6
Charli Miller Fairfield F U16 15.24 5 6
Erin Fobbester Fairfield F U16 20.17 20 6
6km
Harry Ewing Hawks/St.Peters M U18 20.02 1 2
Hikaru Mita St. Peters M U18 21.34 8 2
Mattthew Scott St. Peters M U18 21.37 9 2
Matthew Van Dalen St. Peters M U18 21.58 11 2
Connor McGiven St Peters M U18 24.11 18 2
Isaiah Priddey Hawks/HBHS M U16 20.33 2 3
Sam Montgomerie HBHS M U16 21.09 3 3
Connor Tristram HBHS M U16 21.19 6 3
Finn Myles HBHS M U18 22.46 13 3
Sunil Fernandez-Ritchie Hawks/Hillcrest M 20+ 21.24 7 4
Lance Brew St Johns M 30+ 21.48 10 4
John Roberts Hawks M 20+ 25.46 19 4
Allen Brears NPBHS/Te Awamutu M 40+ 21.10 4 5
Mark Scott Te Awamutu M 40+ 23.14 15 5
John Crane UK M 50+ 21.11 5 6
Andrew Wark Aus M 40+ 22.54 14 6
Callum Macdonald Fairfield M U18 22.39 12 6
Grant Budd Fairfield M 40+ 23.28 16 6
Grant Budd Fairfield M 40+ 23.28 17 6
Gilbert MacDonald Hawks/Fairfield M 20+ 29.03 20 6