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Broulee Runners Wed May 13th 2020

This is week 7 of the run isolated Broulee (RIB) series.  There is still and average of over thirty times being recorded by the runners from home.  There is obviously an excellent motivation and commitment by people from the start of the series, which commenced on 25 March 2020.  Honourable mention goes to those who have completed all 8 events.  These are Pauline and John Hicks, Dave and Deb Connaughton, Robyn and Mike Kennedy, Jye Barbara, Helen Oakey, David McCann, Ross Wilson and Bede Webster.

Broulee is fast becoming the running centre of the district.  In good times, Nev Madden has a Sunday morning group, Matt Johnsen has a training group at Captain Audrey Park, Tori Hennig has set up a 5-kilometre course along the back of Bengello beach and most importantly Sue Gilligan has established the Little Athletics at St Peters School. 

Here are all the results from this week’s runs:

2 Kilometres

Caroline Booth 12.38

Anna Johnson 15.24

Nellie Johnson 15.25

Roz Hayward 19.20

Ruby Wilton 21.53

Travis Dummett 21.55

Allyson Jeffery 21.57

Kathryn Jeffery 22.00

3.5 Kilometres

Bernie Lambert 17.49

Mark Barraclough 21.52

Richard Fisher 30.17

5 Kilometres

Geordie Cox 18.32

Josh Connaughton 18.59

Matt Edenborough 19.06

David Hosking 19.20

Matt Lambert 20.53

Bede Webster 21.57

Christian Proksch 22.30

Loren Chambers 22.45

Dave Connaughton 25.30

Paige Connaughton 26.09

Deb Connaughton 26.58

Ross Wilson 27.10

John Hicks 30.49

Tracy Denning 35.10

Lisa Robbins 35.11

Nev Madden 36.47

Jill Brown 37.04

Mike Kennedy 39.04

Robyn Kennedy 43.20

David McCann 43.45

Michael Lambert 49.08

32 results


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