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Results – Gilmour Giddy – 6km

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Results – Gilmour Giddy – 6km

10th May 2017

Location: Clubrooms corner of Douglas Parade and Grubb Avenue Traralgon.
Course Marker- Bob Duljas
Timekeeping and Clubrooms- Kaye Livingstone, Darrel Cross, Miles Verschuur

In surprisingly mild conditions the Harriers navigated their way around the eponymous ‘Gilmour Giddy’ course last Thursday evening, after a safety briefing and course description at the start line. All participants wear high-visibility vests in the dark winter months and are checked off before and after the run, to ensure their safe return.

Newcomer David Hood was first on handicap, ahead of the consistent Susan Poole and Michael Walker, while Molly Irvine (24:53), Kay Frost (26:34) and Liz Kenney (27:36) were again the quickest women. Glenn Graham (23:00), David Hood (23:14) and the perennial Ian Cornthwaite (23:48) ran the fastest times.

In a busy weekend, on Saturday the club will tackle Round 2 of the Athletics Victoria cross country competition on a hilly 8-km course around St Anne’s Winery at Myrniong. The Traralgon Marathon running festival on Sunday will see many Harriers taking part as runners or as volunteers around the course.

Handicap results, Gilmour Giddy six- kilometre run:

David Hood 23:14, Susan Poole 35:39, Michael Walker 29:39, Jason Irvine 30:00, Kay Frost 26:34, Liz Kenney 27:36, Rob Embleton 35:00, Phill Mayer 30:36, Molly Irvine 24:53, Tania Whitehead 31:58, Marlon Mifsud 25:01, Tony Arrowsmith 25:02, Karen Graham 26:16, Ann Bomers 40:50, Glenn Graham 23:00, Teresa Dixon 30:03, Tim Buckley 33:12, Lisa Maatsoo 36:43, Ian Cornthwaite 23:48, Warren Shields 29:51, Andrew Legge 29:02, Steve McLeod 26:35, Kris Vallak 30:38, Michelle Sawyer 31:59, Barry Higgins 37:01, Edi Murat 29:38, Peter Grixti 39:29, Gary Fox 31:35, Michelle Colwell (tail runner) 44:17, Ian Heafield 40:27, Mandy Ellis 40:59, Alfie Warner 34:25, Bryan Cake (tail runner) 44:23. 6 Km Training Run/Walk: Belinda Heafield, Kathy Quinn, Debbie Henry, Darrel Cross.

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