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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Broulee Runners Wed July 3rd 2019

This evening we had 40 starters and of those we had visitors from Melbourne and Canberra as some schools are on holidays. We welcomed Chris Garcia, Daniel Rowen and Mick Lambert to their first run with the group. Mick is a well-known identity in the Broulee Surf life saving movement and it is great to see him support the run.

Personal best time in the 2 kilometres were run by Isabella Lopresti, Jordan Hatcher and Audrey Knobel. In the 3.5 kilometres Justine Beaumont improved her time as did her son Gabriel Kennedy in the 5 kilometres. Both are regular visitors to Broulee from Melbourne and always compete in the event. Owen Gordon ran another personal best in the 5 kilometres and he looks set to continue with this improvement.

The 5 kilometres was contested with a strong field with the top 10 placing being under 25 minutes. Clayton was the stand out with a time of 18.28 minutes. He promises to return and test the local guns in Daniel Beby and Dan Lloyd-Jones.

See you all next week at 4.30pm.

Above: Everyone looking very casual before the run.

2 Kilometres

Tino Lopresti 8.43 Isabella Lopresti 9.08 Samson Kennedy 9.09 Jordan Hatcher 9.45 Audrey Knobel 9.54 Justin Murphy 10.11 Liliana Murphy 10.14 Emily Dickinson 12.42 Bruce Dickinson 12.43 Rocco Lopresti 13.47 Laura Lopresti 13.48 Carissa Morgan 16.34 Steve Morgan 16.35 Jenny Pollock 21.35 Erin Domeny 21.56 Robyn Domeny 21.58

3.5 Kilometres

Dylan Holmes 19.53 Finn Holmes 19.55 Justine Beaumont 21.20 Paul Searson 21.27 Mike Kennedy 24.30 Bernadine Lambert 27.43 Mick Lambert 27.44 Robyn Kennedy 28.50

5 Kilometres

Clayton O’Brien 18.28 Bede Webster 20.34 Gabriel Kennedy 20.37 Lauren Evans 20.43 Matt Lambert 20.52 Chris Garcia 21.00 Anthony Miles 22.22 Angus Murphy 22.23 Daniel Rowen 24.08 Gary Ashton 24.15 Jason Domeny 25.31 Owen Gordon 25.58 Yma Carnall 26.22 Julie De Ernsted 27.24 Rob Ryan 30.32 Julianne Domeny 35.05

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