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Results – Independent Way – 6km

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Results – Independent Way – 6km

10th May 2017

Location: Corner of Grubb Ave and Cross’s Road Traralgon in the
Park opposite the roundabout
Course Marker- Diana Van Rhine
Timekeeping and Clubrooms- Allison Triggs, Karen Graham, Tania
Whitehead
(Intermediate Race 3.5km & Jun Race 1.2km)

Last Thursday’s Traralgon Harriers run was the Independent Way 6km run. Harrier’s welcomed new runner Nadia Dimattina (33:30) who put in a fantastic performance and set herself a new P.B on just her first run with us.

Finishing first on handicap for the night was Phill Mayer (32:01), followed by Michael Walker (32:02), with Jason Irvine (32:51) again rounding out the podium.

The fastest outright female on the night was Kay Frost (27:26) who is currently putting together a strong cross-country season. Molly Irvine (27:50) and Liz Kenney (31:06) were the next quickest.

The fastest outright males were Biasi Silvestro (23:53), Darrel Cross (24:38) and Glenn Graham (25:32).

Tonight’s run (Thursday 27th) is a new course for the Harrier’s – Waterhole Creek 5km, starting Adjacent Morwell Park Primary School. Intermediate 3km and Junior 1km options available. Visit TraralgonHarriers.org.au for additional information and upcoming events.

6km Run Results:

Phill Mayer (32:01), Michael Walker (32:01), Jason Irvine (32:51), Mike Jackson (31:03), Sandra Byrne (35:24), Nadia Dimattina (33:30), Michelle Sawyer (33:31), Tania Whitehead (36:05), Mandy Ellis (41:12), Edi Murat (31:51), Nathan Byrne (46:33), Andrew Legge (34:23), Lynda Jones (44:36), Courtney French (33:31), Darrel Cross (24:38), Tom Irvine (29:21), Kaye Frost (27:26), Bob Bickett (43:31), Biasi Silvestro (23:53), Tony Arrowsmith (25:53), Debbie Henry (52:21), Kathy Quinn (52:21), Miles Verschuur (25:57), Liz Kenney (31:06), Molly Irvine (27:50), Glenn Graham (25:32), Steve McLeod (28:04), Bryan Cake (29:20), Kaye Livingstone (46:32), Michelle Colwell (1:00:26)

Training Run:

Mike Bridle, Teresa Dixon, Ruth Duljas

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