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Broulee Runners results Sept 6th


Women showed the way in Wednesday evening’s Broulee run, which attracted 42 starters. There were outstanding performances by Emma Patyus, Michelle Beby and Nancy Costin in the 2 kilometres with each improving by more than 90 seconds. Prue Bartlett improved by 2 ½ minutes in the 3.5 kilometres and Julianne Domeny reduced her time in the 5 kilometres by over a minute.

The boys also featured with Mitchell Beby improving by 20 seconds in the 2 kilometres and Peter Lenehan knocking 33 seconds off his time in the 3.5 kilometres.

The serious runners were either resting or doing an easy run in preparation for the Moruya Town to Surf to be held on Sunday 10 September. Daniel Beby is aiming for line honours and other Broulee Runners expected to impress are Riley Beby, Gary Ashton, Morgan Pettit, Jo, Sean and Greg Flood. Good luck to all participants.


Above: The Costin family. Mum Nancy and sons Sean and Nathan.

2 Kilometres

Riley Beby 8.20 Cathy West 8.26 Emma Patyus 8.54 Sunni West 9.13 Mitchell Beby 9.22 Leila Patyus 9.29 Michelle Beby 9.42 Emily Dickinson 12.16 Bruce Dickinson 12.17 Patrick Wade 15.15 Makayla Wade 15.46 Roz Hayward 16.20 Travis Dummett 17.07 Kathryn Jeffery 17.09 Deb Waser 17.46 Poppy Mitchell 17.51 Michelle Mitchell 17.53 Nancy Costin 17.54 Nathan Costin 17.56 Rachel Wade 18.57 Julien Dunne 29.57 Sebrina Mallard 29.57 Hugo Mitchell 30.45

3.5 Kilometres

Gary Ashton 15.49 Prue Bartlett 17.08 Peter Lenehan 17.38 Keira Lenehan 21.14 Paul Searson 21.58 Mike Kennedy 23.15 Robyn Kennedy 25.14 Maureen Searson 32.00 Susan Pettit 34.13

5 Kilometres

Dylan Van Der Meulen 21.30 Dave Connaughton 24.16 Morgan Pettit 24.38 Greg Flood 24.52 Adrian Connor 24.53 Nev Madden 24.54 Paige Connaughton 25.05 Sean Costin 26.34 Deb Connaughton 28.03 Julianne Domeny 29.08

42 Starters

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