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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

28 September 2016

We had a beautiful spring afternoon to greet the runners this week and it was great to see a few holiday makers join us on their visit to the area. We met Harry Leach and Charlie Cecere who both joined their families to compete in their first run. We had five personal best times the best been Ryan Blackwell with a 1 minute 5 second improvement.

We congratulated Greg Flood and Andrew McPherson on their 100th run. Greg started at Broulee runners back on 19 April 2013, Greg and his wife Jo come along regularly with their 3 boys Aaron, Sean and Rhys and daughter Jessica. Andrew had his first run on 26 February 2014 and now with wife Michelle, son Declan and daughter Nina are often on the starters line each Wednesday.

We are starting our new daylight saving timeslot of 5pm next week so you have an extra half an hour to get your running shoes on. See you all then, everyone is welcome.

Riley Beby 7.39 PB
Katie McDonald 10.00 PB
Greg McDonald 10.21 PB
Jessica Flood 10.52
Sarah Leach 10.55 PB
Charlie Cecere 11.59
Paul Cecere 11.59
Harry Leach 12.05
Greg Leach 12.06
Mitchell Beby 12.32
Clarissa Morgan 13.44
Janelle Morgan 13.44
Patrick Wade 15.03
Declan McPherson 15.24
Ashlee Beby 19.49
Michelle Beby 19.53
Makayla Wade 20.04
Rachael Wade 20.04
Nina McPherson 20.38
Michelle McPherson 20.39
Andrew McPherson 20.40

Sandra Lunn 21.14

Daniel Beby 18.21
Ryan Blackwell 20.19 PB
Jo Flood 22.57
Rhys Flood 23.00
Gary Ashton 23.04
Dave Connaughton 24.56
Nev Madden 25.22
Greg Flood 25.44
Deb Connaughton 28.01
Stephanie Lunn 28.26
Katrina Leach 34.12

33 Starters

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

21 September 2016

This evening there were 10 starters in the steady rain. 

In any other sport serious consideration would have been given to calling the event off.  
Seven out of the field did the 5 kilometres, which goes to show that serious runners can handle the tough conditions.

Nick Hall from the central coast couldn’t resist a challenge on his holiday and turned up for his first run with the group.

See you all next Wednesday at 4.30pm for our last run at this time slot before daylight saving kicks in and we revert to a 5pm start on the 5th October. Will remind you all again next week.

2 Kilometres

Rhys Flood 6.45
Riley Campbell 8.14   PB
Claire Stutchbury 10.33

5 Kilometres

Andrew McPherson 21.38
Jo Flood 22.47
Jaylah Hancock-Cameron 23.23
Asha Martin 23.23
Dave Connaughton 25.49
Greg Flood 26.12
Nick Hall 28.25

10 Starters

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

14 September 2016

Stormy weather kept the numbers down to 26 starters.  Some were backing up from the Moruya Town to Surf fun run and reported various aches and pains. Nevertheless, there were 4 personal best times recorded by Riley Campbell, Bridget Whipp, Declan McPherson and Haylene Edwards.

We welcomed Claire Stutchbury from Goulburn, who is working at the Moruya Hospital on a professional development program.

Patrick Wade recorded his 100th run this evening.  Patrick first run was back on 7 May 2014 and he has been a regular competitor along with his mother, father and sister ever since.

See you all next Wednesday at 4.30pm all welcome.

2 Kilometres

Riley Campbell 8.42   PB
Brendan Bingley-Hughes 9.27
Dylan Holmes 10.42
Damia O’Loughlin 10.48
Bridget Whipp 11.59   PB
Patrick Wade 13.08
Poppy Mitchell 13.27
Declan McPherson 13.52   PB
Hugo Mitchell 14.11
Michelle Mitchell 14.02
David McCann 15.07
Haylene Edwards 15.23   PB
Nina McPherson 17.38
Michelle McPherson 17.39
Maureen Searson 18.05

3.5 Kilometres

Deb Connaughton 20.02
Paul Searson 20.22
Kirsty Campbell 20.34
Claire Stutchbury 21.14
Robyn Kennedy 25.38

5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 17.59
Andrew McPherson 21.44
Gary Ashton 23.27
Dave Connaughton 24.48
Greg Flood 26.32
Mike Kennedy 34.02

26 Starters

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

7 September 2016

Conditions were ideal for the Broulee runners at the Mossy Point lookout.  35 people ran or walked their way over the 3 distances on offer.

Elijah Turner-Collins, Roz Hayward, Haylene Edwards (pictured with her family Jamie and Damia). Daniel Beby and Gary Ashton recorded personal best times.

Daniel Beby set a new course record for the 3.5 kilometre distance.  He ran an excellent time of 11 minutes and 11 seconds. This bettered his own record by 30 seconds. Daniel will be one of the favourites for line honours in the Moruya Town to Surf fun run to be held this Sunday 11 September. Daniel's 9-year-old son Riley, is running excellent times in both the Broulee runners and the Batemans Bay park run, will surprise many older runners at the fun run. We wish all our runners the best for the town to surf.

See you all next Wednesday at 4.30pm.

2 Kilometres

Riley Beby 8.02
Elijah Turner-Collins 8.23  PB
Brendan Bingley-Hughes 9.36
Dylan Holmes 10.07
Jill Brown 10.30
Sunni West 10.41
Mitchell Beby 12.51
Ben Turner-Collins 13.04
Carissa Morgan 13.57
Steve Morgan 13.58
Roz Hayward 13.59   PB
Maddison Bingley-Hughes 14.54
Daisy West 15.02
David West 15.05
Makayla Wade 18.30
Rachael Wade 18.31
Neil Edwards 22.10
Jamie Edwards 22.10
Ashlee Beby 22.14
Michelle Beby 22.15
Haylene Edwards 22.34   PB

3.5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 11.11   PB
Gary Ashton 15.15   PB
Janelle Morgan 21.23

5 Kilometres

Lachlan Brown 20.43
Dylan Van Der Meulen 21.27
Andrew McPherson 23.21
Mark Lavender 24.27
Dave Connaughton 24.33
Nev Madden 26.14
Greg Flood 26.26
Deb Connaughton 27.34
Ross Hayward 27.59
Damia O’Loughlin 31.07
Mike Kennedy 33.40

35 Starters

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

31 August 2016

Warm still evening attracted 63 starters for this evening’s run.

Klaye Van Weerdenburg, Travis and Hayden Fairweather, Monty and Dan Lloyd-Jones, Pema and Tamara Keogh, together with Foxx McGeachey all recorded personal best times. Klaye has claimed the Broulee runners world record for the 2km event beating the time by 1 second.

We welcomed Tony and Tom Ireson to their first run.

This evening was the farewell run for Dan Lloyd-Jones (pictured with his family wife Liza, Daughters Stella and Bonnie and son Monty) who is off to the Mexico for the World Triathlon Championships, which will be held on 15 September. We wish him all the best.

With the Moruya town to surf fast approaching come along next Wednesday for some extra training. See you at 4.30pm

2 Kilometres

Klaye Van Weerdenburg 6.29 PB
Travis Fairweather 7.52   PB
Hayden Fairweather 8.27   PB
Zed Clare 8.29
Oliver Dyason 8.33
Oliver Dolphin 8.37
Elijah Turner-Collins 8.40   PB
Brendan Bingley-Hughes 9.25
Monty Lloyd-Jones 9.26   PB
Saul Dolphin 9.29
Leila Patyus 10.47
Ben Turner-Collings 11.06   PB
Maddison Bingley-Hughes 12.19
Indiah Pointy 12.50
Tony Ireson 13.23
Tom Ireson 13.23
Mitchell Beby 13.52
Bradley Lunn 14.03
Stella Lloyd-Jones 14.03
Maxine Plant 14.04
Carissa Morgan 14.26
Steve Morgan 14.26
Ellie Van Weerdenburg 14.34
Patrick Wade 14.36
Lily Van Weerdenburg 14.36
Gerard Van Weerdenburg 14.39
David McCann 15.06
Pema Keogh 15.07   PB
Tamara Keogh 15.08   PB
Makayla Wade 15.56
Declan McPherson 16.00
Andrew McPherson 16.01
Rachael Wade 18.48
Bonnie Lloyd-Jones 21.34
Liza Lloyd-Jones 21.35
Nina McPherson 22.03
Michelle McPherson 22.06
Jamie Edwards 23.58
Damia O’Loughlin 23.58
Haylene Edwards 25.03
Poppy Mitchell 25.51
Hugo Mitchell 26.07
Michelle Mitchell 26.08
Ashley Beby 27.34
Michelle Beby 27.35

3.5 Kilometres

Foxx McGeachey 15.49   PB
Bridget Lunn 16.44
Riley Beby 17.36
Melissa Van Weerdenburg 21.17
Sandra Lunn 21.36
Rafael Dyason 22.47
Megan Dyason 22.51
Robyn Kennedy 30.04
Richard Fisher 30.14

5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 17.40
Dan Lloyd-Jones 17.59   PB
Lachlan Brown 21.12
Gary Ashton 23.15
Mark Lavender 24.39
Dave Connaughton 24.44
Stephanie Lunn 26.51
Deb Connaughton 27.28
Mike Kennedy 35.12

63 Starters

Thursday, August 18, 2016

17 August 2016

Warm clear conditions helped the 52 starters in this evening’s event record good times.

We welcomed Pema and Tamara Keogh as well as Haylene Edwards to their first run.

Personal best times were recorded by Ziggy and Zed Clare, Rafael Dyason, Riley Beby, Dylan Van Der Meulen, Sandra and Stephanie Lunn.

The impressive part of the event is that families come to enjoy the experience with their young children, who they carry part of the way and the little ones always run into the finish line to the encouragement of everyone.  At the other end of the scale there are the serious athletes, who can blend in their pursuit of excellence with everyone who are there for the fun.

Ross Hayward enjoyed the experience of the Sydney to Surf and was able to back up this evening.  Although, he is recovering from his bike accident, he was able to run all of the 14 kilometres, he did admit having a little walk up ‘heart break hill’.

With the Moruya town to surf fast approaching come along next Wednesday at 4.30pm for some extra training.

2 Kilometres

Ziggy Clare 7.07
Zed Clare 7.43
Tim Clare 7.45
Cameron Lunn 8.34
Rafael Dyason 9.26
Oliver Dayson 9.49
Bruce Dickinson 10.10
Jill Brown 10.36
Mitchell Beby11.47
Patrick Wade 14.12
Carissa Morgan 14.20
Steve Morgan 14.20
Makayla Wade 15.02
Roz Hayward 15.08
Rachael Wade 18.17
Pema Keogh 21.22
Tamara Keogh 21.23
Poppy Mitchell 22.11
Ashlee Beby 23.31
Michelle Beby 23.31
Hugo Mitchell 25.54
Michelle Mitchell 25.55
Bradley Lunn 28.04
Jamie Edwards 38.29
Haylene Edwards 39.13

3.5 Kilometres

Riley Beby 16.25
Greg Flood 17.30
Ross Hayward 19.05
Bridget Doherty 20.52
Sandra Lunn 20.52
Janelle Morgan 21.59
Hayden Louttit 22.25
Megan Dyason 22.42
Keiron Louttit 25.21
Robyn Kennedy 27.06
Richard Fisher 28.26

5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 17.56
Scott Carver 20.20
Dylan Van Der Meulen 20.27
Andrew McPherson 21.52

Matt Lavender 23.07
Gary Ashton 23.07
Jo flood 24.02
Adrian Connor 24.13
Klaye Van Weerdenburg 24.42
Gerard Van Weerdenburg 24.43
Dave Connaughton 24.46
Stephanie Lunn 25.59
Nev Madden 26.24
Deb Connaughton 27.58
Damia O’Loughlin 32.50
Mike Kennedy 33.08

52 Starters

10 August 2016

The warmer weather brought out 51 starters in this evening’s run.

Personal best times were recorded in the 2 kilometres by Ziggy and Zed Clare; Rafael Dyson; Makayla Wade; Poppy, Michelle and Hugo Mitchell; Alba and Dylan Van Der Meulen and in the 5 kilometres by Paul Searson.

The Clare boys ran the event in bare feet and given that it was over various surfaces they were only able to show the other runners a dirty pair of heals!

We welcomed Jamie and Neil Edwards to their first run with the group.

Ross Hayward and sisters Kim and Kylie Young will be competing in the Sydney City to Surf this coming Sunday.

Klaye and Gerad Van Weerdenburg will contest the Huskie half marathon in a fortnight.
Although looking forward to the event the boys admit that at this stage it is a little early in their preparation.

2 Kilometres
Ziggy Clare 7.10
Zed Clare 8.02
Oliver Dyson 9.04
Callum Elliott 9.14
Rafael Dyson 10.20
Bruce Dickinson 10.21
Lara Elliott 10.55
Scott Elliott 10.56
Bridget Whipp 12.10
Kim Young 12.37
Makayla Wade 12.55
Poppy Mitchell 13.02
Michelle Mitchell 13.04
Hugo Mitchell 13.05
Alba Van Der Meulen 13.19
Dylan Van Der Meulen 13.20
Stella Lloyd-Jones 13.30
Katie Patyus 13.39
Leila Patyus 13.40
Emma Patyus 13.41
Jamie Edwards 13.54
Damia O’Loughlin 13.56
Patrick Wade 13.58
Neil Edwards 14.04
Roz Hayward 14.38
Ellie Van Weerdenburg 14.59
Lily Van Weerdenburg 15.06
Melissa Van Weerdenburg 15.07
Rachael Wade 17.59
David McCann 16.10
Mitchell Beby 18.48
Ashlee Beby 21.54
Michelle Beby 21.55
Tina Clare 25.54
Megan Dyason 25.57

3.5 Kilometres
Mark Lavender 16.32
Riley Beby 16.56
Shayne Hargraves 17.11
Greg Flood 17.25
Ross Hayward 20.06
Hayden Louttit 21.56
Robyn Kennedy 25.32
Richard Fisher 28.20

5 Kilometres

Daniel Beby 17.48
Jerom Stocks 24.06
Nev Madden 27.06
Klaye Van Weerdenburg 28.05
Gerard Van Weerdenburg 29.05
Kylie Young 29.15
Paul Searson 30.37
Mike Kennedy 32.14

51 Starters

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