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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Broulee Runners July 12th 2023

An excellent afternoon for running which resulted in 14 personal best times and one new course record. We also welcomed 6 new participants.

Samson Kennedy broke the record in the 3-kilometres with a time of 11.11. He bettered the previous record held by Jack Field by 22 seconds.

In the 2-kilometres personal best times were recorded by Emerson Carver, Otis Remling, Aaron Atteridge and Leun Williams.

In the 3-kilometres PBs were recorded by Samson Kennedy, Poppy and Scott Melgaard. In the 4 kilometres the improvers were Anthony Kennedy, David Pitt, Samda Halpin, Gary Ashton, Bonnie O’Leary, Sophia Carver, and Ali Coles.

We welcomed Carlotta Milne-Moten, Tegan Imre, Paul Davies, Karen Crosthwaite, Dooley O’Leary, and Nathan Hitchcock to their first run with the group.

2 Kilometres

Mollie Kennedy 9.15 Angus Delaney 9.57 Alexis Carver 10.19 Carlotta Milne-Moten 10.22 Ashlee Beby 10.40 Daniel Beby 10.45 Eli Melgaard 11.17 Emerson Carver 12.09 Lily Williams 13.25 Otis Remling 13.49 Aaron Atteridge 13.50 Tegan Imre 16.10 Ron Garbutt 17.51 Luen Williams 18.11 Erin Patrick 18.11 Mary-Ann Kulh 18.46 Denice Garbutt 19.42 Richard Fisher 21.21

3 Kilometres

Samson Kennedy 11.11 Poppy Melgaard 14.10 Scott Melgaard 14.14 Meg Edenborough 18.22 Julianne Domeny 19.55 Julie Amphlett 22.39 Paul Davies 25.09 David McCann 25.27

4 Kilometres

Anthony Kennedy 13.35 Rob Kellett 17.04 Andrew McPherson 17.10 David Pitt 17.30 Scott Carver 17.44 Paige Connaughton 17.45 Kerren Crosthwaite 17.56 Samda Halpin 18.00 Dave Connaughton 18.27 Gary Ashton 18.33 Dooley O’Leary 19.12 Bonnie O’Leary 19.22 Jackie Snowball 19.38 Nathan Hitchcock 20.00 Sophia Carver 21.50 Patrick O’Leary 22.13 Deb Connaughton 22.16 Ali Coles 22.17 Robert Dunne 22.43 Zara Hungerford 23.32 Steve Phipps 23.43 Fiona Fraser 25.35

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