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2019 Bathurst Road Series Championship Brief Update (after Round 6)
With only two rounds remaining in the 2019 Bcc Road Cycling Series most of the Grades looked to be almost decided with last years A Grade Champion Brad Rayner looking set to make it back to back A grade Titles with only last year’s runner up Mark Windsor a mathematical chance of defeating the defending champ.

Currently Rayner is on 148pts to Windsor’s 108pts, youngster Daniel Googe is in third on 76pts just in front of Josh Corcoran (68pts) and Will Hodges (53pts). However it should be noted the overall points spread is not an indication of the racing as there have been a number of different round winners in 2019 with Will Hodges (Olivers), Craig Hutton (GPM) and Charlie Gascoyne all undefeated in this season’s A Grade rounds. 

David Reece has a big lead in the B Grade Series, having scored 118pts to Glen Partridge’s 100points. Jack Cannon is the inform rider in the Grade and currently sits third on 83point only 1pt in front of Rod Esdaile and 5pts clear of Graham Stait who have moved up into B grade during the 2019 Series. Nathan Pearce, Ben Taylor and Toireasa Gallagher are close enough to move into the top5 with Toireasa the top ranked female in the 2019 Series.

With only 2 rounds remaining no one can defeat David McKellar in C Grade, he has 137pts with his nearest rivals Neville Krahe (81pts) Braedon Smith (67pts) Peter Wilson (47pts) & Darren Fenton (38pts) unable to mathematically score enough points in two rounds to defeat the series leader.

It’s much closer in D Grade with only 7 points separating Jette McKellar (142pts) and Phil Cole (135pts) in the race for the 2019 title. It is also a great battle for the minor placing with Gary Baker (77pts) & David Hyland and Alex MacQuarrie both on 60pts.

BRIEF UPDATE - 2019 Bathurst Road Series Championship - Current placings after 6 of 8 Rounds:
A Grade:
1Brad Rayner, 2Mark Windsor, 3Dan Googe, 4Josh Corcoran, 5William Hodges, 6Craig Hutton & Charlie Gascoyne, 8Luke Tuckwell, 9Stuart Renshaw, 10 Others - Chris Couper (Dubbo), Emily Watts (Syd Uni velo)
B Grade:
1Dave Reece, 2Glen Partridge, 3Jack Cannon, 4Rod Esdaile, 5Graham Stait, 6Nathan Pearce, 7Toireasa Gallagher & Ben  Taylor, 9Scott James, 10Jim Lavis. Then - Rob Stephen Kalinda Robinson Chris Davis Steve Bennett Rod Lovett Tony Shaw Others Paul Whitfield (BMts) Drew Tuckwell (Org) David Eggleton (TBC)
C Grade:
1Dave McKellar, 2Neville Krahe, 3Braedon Smith, 4Peter Wilson, 5Darren Fenton, 6Wayne Powell, 7Cadel Lovett & Jille Harris, 9Rob Barlow, 10Jim Allan Gary Theiss
D Grade:
1Jette McKellar, 2Phil Cole, 3Gary Baker, 4David Hyland, 5Alex MacQuarrie, 6Caroline Robertson, 7Rosemary Hastings, 8Norman Wise, 9Greg Cross, 10Marian Renshaw, Garry Taunton

2018 Bcc Road Series:
A Grade 1.Brad Rayner, 2.Mark Windsor, 3.Steve Dunstall
B Grade 1.Hayden Booth, 2.Andrew McGrath, 3.David Reece
C Grade 1.Rob Stephen, 2.Neville Krahe, 3.Graham Stait
D Grade 1.Rosemary Hastings, 2.Norman Wise, 3.Alex MacQuarrie

Pro Racing / Re: 2019 Giro d'Italia
« on: May 15, 2019, 07:56:36 AM »
102nd Giro d'Italia Results – Stage3 & 4
Dimension Data show their intentions with Italian Sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo finishing a solid 5th in the 220km Stage 3 to Orbetello. Bathurst Mark Renshaw was at the front of the bunch in the closing stages supporting Nizzolo who has never won a stage of his home tour although finishing on the podium 14 times.
Clearly if Mark Renshaw and Dimension Data team can get Nizzolo up for the win it will be quite a celebration. His fifth place in Stage 3 was significate as his 24th Top 5 finish in the Giro.

As expected, stage 4 was a difficult assignment however Australian Caleb Ewan impressed finishing 2nd behind Richard Carapaz. Bathurst’s Mark Renshaw finished 156th and Giacomo Nizzolo 144th.

Stage 3 Orbetello - 1 Gaviria Fernando 2 Arnaud Demare 3 Pascal Ackermann 4 Matteo Moschetti 5 Giacomo Nizzolo 
Stage 4 – 1 Richard Carapaz – 144 Giacomo Nizzolo & 156 Mark Renshaw

See Anya’a coverage here --

General Discussion / Re: 2019 RMS Region Bicycle Forum – Dubbo
« on: May 15, 2019, 03:10:59 AM »
Regional Cycling Stats
Some of the discussion at the 2019 RMS Regional Bicycle Forum at Dubbo was centred on cycling accidents. Collected data suggested there was 118 cycling accidents requiring attention in the region this period with 3 fatalities of which all there Males (over 50) (and one without a helmet).
Problems with vision on Roundabouts and Dooring was identified as challenges for urban design in regard the cycling safety. 

Informal local records of Bathurst cycling group suggests Roundabouts as the major concern regarding local major cycling accidents with around a third of serious Bathurst Cycling Accidents occurring on Roundabouts. Other causes being Road Conditions, Livestock/Wildlife and Equipment Failure/ Erratic Riding   

Breakdown of Local informal records:
46% Collision with Motor Vehicle (These occurred on Roundabouts 75%)
24% Equipment Failure/ Erratic Riding (collision with other rider)
15% Road Conditions (Pot Holes, Road Works)
15% Livestock/Wildlife (Kangaroos, Livestock).

General Discussion / 2019 RMS Region Bicycle Forum – Dubbo
« on: May 13, 2019, 01:10:01 PM »
2019 Region Bicycle Forum – Dubbo 14th May 2019
The Annual RMS Western Region Bicycle Forum will be held in Dubbo 14th May 2019. A very diverse group of presenters from Government Authorities, urban designers and architects, Cycling Historians, Cycling Mechanics / shop owners and Sport technicians / Scientists will guarantee a wide range of cycling issues will be covered.

The Forum will open with a welcome from the Dubbo Mayor Ben Shields and Manager Local Government RMS Jodi McIntyre with acknowledgment to Country by Forum Presenter Jacqueline Anderson.
The first topic will be Bicycle Friendly Communities by Global Operations Manager CycleLifeHQ Anna Gurnhill, that will be followed by New technology in bikes and then Future directions in Landscape architecture and urban design.

The Forum will also hear reports from some of the regions councils and cycling user groups, plus Interactive workshop.

Tony Dunn & Paul Reynolds of Wheeler Cycles talking of new technology in cycling.

Road Race Report / 25km Ind Time Trial - Rd6 Bcc Road Series
« on: May 13, 2019, 07:54:35 AM »
Individual TT - Long course TT, 25km (Ryans/Newbridge)

Bathurst Cycling Club hosted round 6 of the 2019 Road series on the weekend with a 25km Time Trail contested on the 2 Road Circuit.

At the half way point there was very little between the top 3 in A Grade for the overall fastest on the day however it was Orange Champ Charlie Gascoyne that finished the stronger to take the win in a very quick 36min 28sec. Bathurst Road Champ Brad Rayner was only 4second behind with another 28sec back to Current Bathurst Time trail Champion Mark Windsor.
State Masters Medallist Ben Taylor was an impressive winner of B Grade in 39min02sec with David Reece and Jack Cannon again on the podium in 2nd and 3rd place
Braeden Smith continued his rise through the local cycling ranking recording a 44min 24sec to defeat Nev Knahe and David McKellar in a great battle
Meanwhile Caroline Robertson was a big winner in G Grade recording 47min 42sec to defeat Jette McKellar and Greg Cross
Top Female performer on the day was Toireasa Gallagher with 43:31 infront of Caroline Robertson and Jette McKellar

A Grade 1st Charlie Gascoyne 36min 28sec 2nd Brad Rayner @4 3rd Mark Windsor @32 – 4th Dan Googe

B Grade 1st Ben Taylor 39min02sec 2nd David Reece @2:15 3rd Jack Cannon @2:33 – 4th Rod Esdaile 5th Jim Lavis 6th Toireasa Gallagher 7th Graham Stait 8th Glen Partridge 9th Chris Davis

C Grade 1st Braedon Smith 44min 24sec 2nd Nev Knahe @39 3rd David McKellar @52

D Grade 1st Caroline Robertson 47min 42sec 2nd Jette McKellar @2:14 3rd Greg Cross @5:13 - 4th Alex MacQuarrie 5th Phil Cole

Pro Racing / Re: 2019 Giro d'Italia
« on: May 13, 2019, 06:40:36 AM »
Tough Tour:
Sadly Mark 17th Grand Tour doesn’t look that suitable to his Dimension Data Team, he would be keen to assist Italian Sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo take a stage in his home tour, however while many suggest the first half of the tour is for the sprinters there is not a classic sprint stage till the second week.
In fact maybe only stages 10 and 11 are the only real chance for a classic bunch sprint. Sure, the sprinters will dominate the first week however, they will be doing plenty of climbing and kilometres before the dash and that will favour the fast men with some climbing endurance.
That said it is still great to see Mark Renshaw back in the tour of Italy, and I expect if and opportunity does present itself, the Bathurst champ will grab it.

102nd Giro d'Italia - Team Dimension Data Roster - Giacomo Nizzolo, Scott Davies, Enrico Gasparotto, Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier, Ryan Gibbons, Ben O'Connor, Mark Renshaw, Danilo Wyss

Stage 1- 8km Time Trial - Bologna
1 Roglic Primoz  2 Yates Simon 3 Nibali Vincenzo – 167 Mark Renshaw

Stage 2  205km - Fucecchio
1 Pascal Ackermann 2 Elia Viviani 3 Caleb Ewan – 134 Giacomo Nizzolo  167 Mark Renshaw

Keep up to date with the Giro with Anya Whitelaws impressive Western Advocate Coverage:

Pro Racing / 2019 Giro d'Italia
« on: May 13, 2019, 06:32:35 AM »
Mark Renshaw has started his 17th Grand Tour on the weekend in the 2019 Giro d'Italia:
In 2005 Mark Renshaw got a Grand Tour Start in his first season solely focusing on the Road:

Mark Renshaw started his 17th Grand Tour on the weekend in the 102nd Giro d'Italia, this is made-up of 10 Tour de France, 2 Vuelta, and 5 Giro d Italia starts.

In the twilight of his wonderful career, it is ironic that he is back doing the Giro as the last time he did the event was back in 2012 but the Giro d Italia was the first Grand Tour he contested back in 2005.

Having come off the Athens Olympics Track program the year before, the 2005 Giro start with FDJ was very exciting and full of expectation as the young championship was having his first season specialising solely on the road.

The Giro d'Italia was particularly exciting as Renshaw was considered by the team as their best chance in the tour’s opening Prologue. Looking back it must have been a very stressful and emotional start to his career on that street in Reggio Calabria, and while the young champ looked calm and in control on the starting ramp he would finish only 2 seconds off the pink leaders jersey in 8th place overall in his Grand Tour debut. He was Française des Jeux best finisher in the prologue however Mark certainly has replayed the stage start in his head many times afterwards, as he had the talent to take that leaders jersey.

Young Mark Renshaw calming down before the 2005 Tour Prologue.

Although working for Baden Cooke, Mark Renshaw actually finished that first grand tour as Française des Jeux best placed rider on the Mountains Classification and the Point jersey equal with the very experienced Sandy Casar. Yet he never considered this statistic at any point, as his future in Grand Tours would be built around supporting teammates and what a magnificent career it would be. 

Rockley Cup rider wins Division 2 at Grafton:

The form around last years Bathurst Rockley race has been proven in this years 2019 Grafton to Inverell CYCLE CLASSIC with Rockley Cup Runner up Will Hodges winning the NRS A Grade Race and fourth place getter Andrew Finlayson winning Division 2.

On top of that the Queen of the Rockley race Jodie Martin was top 10 in the womens event behind Megan Scott. Meanwhile the D2f team (Ryan, Dunstall, Martin & ODonnald) won the Division 2B teams category. Making up the Dedicated to Fitness time of 22:53:04 was 2017 Rockley Cup winner Jeremy Ryan finishing 26th overall in Div2 (11th in Div2B) while Stephen Dunstall was 36th (16th in Div2B) and Dennis Martin 61st overall in Div2 and 30th in Div 2B...... more soon...

Road Race Report / 2019 “David Reid Homes” Grafton to Inverell
« on: May 11, 2019, 07:24:51 AM »
Bathurst Cycling Will Hodges (of the Olivers Real Foods Team) has won the 2019 “David Reid Homes” Grafton to Inverell CYCLE CLASSIC Hodges defeated Bridge Lane teams mates Dylan Sunderland and Nicholas White in another top class performance.

Earlier this year Hodges was Bathurst Cycling Clubs best ever performer in the historic Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic finishing 4th behind Nick White. In turning the tables on White and the BridgeLane team in NSW’s premier Road Race Hodges became the first ever Bathurst Club rider to win the Grafton to Inverell which was first contested in 1961.

The significance highlighted by Bathurst only ever having a few riders to finish in the top grade, with Blair & Mark Windsor and Jess Ridders the only riders in recent memory to finish in the top dozen of the Division 1 event.

Ridder was 5th behind Parramatta’s Jennifer Manefield in 2002, but miss the 2003 event when she dominated the National domestic scene. Mark Windsor best chance came in 1986 when he broke away with 83 winner Rick McCorkell, however the pair taken off course by the lead car at Glen Innes resulted in them re-joining the race behind the Andrew Logan group and he finished 11th. Meanwhile Blair Windsor was part of Budget Forklift very successful era being the team leader on the road. In 2012 Blair was in the leading group when team mates Peter Herzig Michael Cupitt attacked to finish 1st and 2nd, Blair taking a top 10 finish behind the pair. Others to perform well in the top grade include Craig Hutton who put in a very aggressive ride in his first Grafton to Inverell appearance, attacking at the start and only fading in the final stages to just miss the top40 in A Grade.

With the Bathurst Club (established in 1884) having such a proud history, Will Hodges history-making performances this year are something to be very proud of.

Brief Results 
2019 “David Reid Homes” Grafton to Inverell Cycle Classic
A Grade - NRS Event.
1st William Hodges Oliver's Real Food Racing
2nd Dylan Sunderland Team BridgeLane
3rd Nicholas White Team BridgeLane

Road Race Report / All-in Handicap - Cross Roads (McKay Trial)
« on: May 10, 2019, 12:54:01 AM »
All-in Handicap - Cross Roads

Bathurst Cycling Club contended an All-in Cross Roads Handicap on the weekend (6th may 2019) in preparation for the annual Jack McKay Memorial Event which will be run Mid May. A solid field consisting of 32 riders contested the Handicap with a 40 minute spread between the riders who had to face a cross headwind on the way out.

At the turnaround a big bunch of middlemarkers formed who set about chasing down the 35 and 27 minute bunches who lead the event. However strong Orange rider Mitch Bland (27min) went solo and stayed away for the win. Dave Hyland (35 min) also a solo effort for 2nd.
On the return trip the Scratch markers caught the chasing bunch with Brad Rayner (Scr) riding through the field to claim 3rd and fastest time (1:14.56), Co-Markers Chris Couper and Luke Tuckwell also impressive rounding out the top 5.

Next home where block riders Ben Taylor (6th) and Steve Bennett (7th), while Orange Champ Charlie Gascoyne (Scratch) finished 8th place infront of Jack Cannon (Block) and Kalinda Robinson (14 min) who was 10th and the top placed female

Road Race Report / Round 5 Bcc Road Series - 3Roads Scratch
« on: April 28, 2019, 12:48:23 PM »
Quarry Hill Scratch Race with Sutho Drive Finish:
Today we had round 5 of the Bathurst Road series with 4 separate grades racing on the Quarry Hill Course and then finishing on the notorious hill top finish at Sunderland Drive
The attacks started early in A Grade with Daniel Googe jumping clear not long after the start however a counter attack by Josh Corcoran resulted in Brad Rayner Dubbo’s Chris Couper Mark Windsor and Corcoran moving to the lead. In the final stages Windsor looked like stealing the race with a late attack however he was caught on the finish Climb where Rayner was too strong winning from Couper and Corcoran.

Former Bathurst Champ Steve Bennett was back racing in B Grade with a very strong bunch of Bennett, Jack Cannon, Nathan Pearse and Dave Reece building a winning lead on the flats. Jack Cannon put in an impressive burst on the Finish Climb to win from Bennett, Reece and Pearse with Rod Esdaile finishing very fast to take 5th place

Former World Masters Championship representative Peter Wilson simply out climbed very one in C Grade, Jille Harris finished fast to get second infront of Dave McKellar Braedon Smith and Nev Krahe.

D Grade was won by Jette McKellar with her major rival for the BCC D-Grade Road Series Phil Cole 2nd & Alex MacQuarie 3rd. Bad luck for Garry Taunton who punctured while in a good position.

More Soon --

25th running of the Anzac Memorial Trophy Race

RESULTS (since 2014)
2014 The Jack Windsor Anzac Day Race
1.Ayden Toovey 2.Harry Carter 3 BlairWindsor

2015 The R.G.Honeyman Anzac Day Race
1.Eliza Bennett 2.Robyn Partridge 3.Peter Rogers

2016 The E.Johnson Anzac Trophy Race
1.Scott Allen 2.Kalinda Robinson 3.Brooke Tuynman

2017 The little John McKay Anzac Trophy Race
1.Harry Carter 2.Billy Hutton 3.Mark Windsor

2018 R.H. Harris Anzac Trophy Race
1.Tom Bolton 2.Craig Hutton 3.Josh Corcoran

2019 J Ford Anzac Trophy Race
1.Nic Barrett 2Bruce Hutton 3Graham Stait

2014 The Jack Windsor Anzac Day Race
Fastest Time - Ayden Toovey, Leading Female - Kirsten Howard

2015 The R.G.Honeyman Anzac Day Race
Fastest Time - Steve Bennett, Leading Female - Eliza Bennett

2016 The E.Johnson Anzac Trophy Race
Fastest Time - Dean Windsor, Leading Female - Kalinda Robinson

2017 The little John McKay Anzac Trophy Race
Fastest Time - Josh Corcoran First Female – Hollee Simons

2018 R.H. Harris Anzac Trophy Race
Fastest Time - Tom Bolton First Female - Kirsten Howard

2019 J Ford Anzac Trophy Race
Fastest Time - Brad Rayner First Female - Caroline Robertson

Earlier Anzac Day Winners - 1995 Robert Stephen, 1996 Gordon Kemp, 1997 Christopher Johnson, 1998 Toireasa Ryan, 1999 Chris Stephens, 2000 Mark Renshaw, 2001 Drew Carter, 2002 Gerry Steida, 2003 Drew Carter, 2004 Drew Carter, 2005 Shane Smith, 2006 A Grade Andrew Carter B Grade Darryl Thorncraft, 2007 Brooke Parker 2008 Toireasa Gallagher, 2009 Darryl Thorncraft, 2010 A Grade – Daniel Stibbard B Grade – Brad Roughley, 2011 A Grade - Luke Cutler B Grade 1 Hollee Simons, 2012 Steve Buckley, 2013 Andrew Smith

Brief Results – More Details Soon

TopTen 2019“Private John Ford” Anzac Memorial Race –
1Nick Barrett (7mins), 2Bruce Hutton (7mins), 3Graham Stait (6mins), 4Rod Esdale (6mins), Rob Stephen (6mins), Glen Partridge (6mins, Peter Wilson (7mins), Brian Draper (7mins), Caroline Robertson (10:30mins), Mark Craig (10:30mins

Top Females –
1st Caroline Robertson (10:30mins), 2nd Fran Walker & Rosemary Clifton (12:30mins), 4th Julie Gardiner (14mins)

Fastest Time –
1st Brad Rayner d2f  (Scr) 40min 43sec, 2nd Chris Couper Dubbo (Scr) 40min 45sec, 3Mark Windsor Bathurst (Scr) 40min 45sec, 4th Jack Cannon Bathurst (5mins) 45min 45sec

Private John Ford #619

John Ford was born at George’s Plains in 1884, the son of James and Helen Ford. He enlisted in the
Australian Imperial Force on 17 August 1914 and was allocated to the 2 nd Battalion F Company.
Embarking on the troopship Suffolk on 18 October 1914 Private John Ford, known as Jack to his
mates, was a 29 year old farm labourer living in Waterworks, Lithgow and was not married.
The soldiers of the second Battalion were among the second and third waves of infantry who landed
at Gallipoli on 25th April 1915. Unfortunately for Private Ford while taking part in a bayonet charge
something hit in the back and he remembered nothing more. When he regained consciousness on
the beach he was unable to move his legs.

Evacuated from Gallipoli and transported to Egypt on board Seean Choon on 1 st May, Jack was
admitted to 5 th Indian General Hospital in Alexandria. Diagnosed with shell shock and functional
paraplegia Jack was sent to England and admitted to 3 rd London General Hospital and spent some
time in Esher Convalescent Home. Writing from the Esher Convalescent Hospital to Mr Chud
Goodwin, a well-known Lithgow cyclist, Jack commented ‘that none of the parents of the lads who
are wounded and sent to England need worry. Everything is done to make us comfortable.’
He was declared unfit for war service but fit for home service in 6 months.

Jack embarked from England on board HMAT Ascanius on 17 March 1916 and after further
treatment in No 4 Australian General Hospital at Randwick he was discharged from the AIF on 24
August 1916 and granted a pension of £3 per fortnight.

John Ford married Millicent Penn in Lithgow in 1919. When John died on 8 February 1954 his death notice indicates that the couple had two children, Joyce and John.

John’s father, James Ford, was caretaker of the Lithgow Council reservoir in Waterworks Gully. After his retirement in 1918, John was appointed caretaker of the reservoir.

In his younger days as Jack Ford was well known in the cycle fraternity and one of his achievements included a 12-hour race between himself (on an Austral bicycle) and Harold Ryce (on skates). Jack won the Bathurst - Orange 70-mile handicap race in 1907.

The Jack Ford who returned to Lithgow was a very different man to the young sportsman who left
Australia to serve his king and country. It appears that he did not resume his cycling career until
early 1920.

This coincided with his decision to leave his employment as caretaker of the Waterworks, confirmed
by the Auction sale of his horse, sulky and harness and the contents of this property on 18th
December 1920.

Jack continued his association with the cycling fraternity as a trainer and later a masseuse. He
developed “an excellent liniment for cyclists” and which was a “boon to those suffering from

Newspaper reports indicate that he operated a business in 118 Flinders Street, Darlinghust for a
couple of years and in East Moree until the mid-1930’s.

In 1931, he Lithgow Mercury reported that Jack Ford, a native of Lithgow, son of the former
waterworks caretaker, and in his younger days a noted cyclist, broke the world skipping record by
skipping 1204 times in 5 minutes. This was his fourth public attempt at the record.

John Ford died in Sydney in 1954 and his body was privately cremated.

Written by Jan Saundercock from research in Lithgow Mercury, The Referee, Arrow, Sydney Morning
Herald and National Advocate (Bathurst), Australian War Memorial, National Archives of Australia. 19 April 2019.

Road Race Report / 2019 “Private John Ford” Anzac Memorial Race
« on: April 24, 2019, 09:56:30 PM »
Bathurst Cycling Club honours “John Ford” in the 2019 Anzac Memorial Event

Jack Ford was a wonderful Bathurst Cycling Club member, who prior to World War 1 was a massive promoter of cycling in the District not just for his impressive performances in major events but particularly for his involvement is a number of high profile cycling challenges.

However his cycling career was cut short when he answered the call to fight for his country in World War 1. He was entered in the Bathurst to Sunny Corner Rtn race (now famous for that magnificent photo of the race start in William Street Bathurst which features so many of the Bathurst Cycling Club World War 1 veteran) but enlisted for the war in the lead but to the race. 

The following year he was one of the Australians involved in that now infamous bayonet charge up the beach at Gallipoli on 25th April 1915.

2019 “Private John Ford” Anzac Memorial Race
The Memorial Race is a Handicap Events over 25km on Anzac Day, this year is the 25th running of the Event and will be the 6th time a member of the local cycling community that served in WW1 will be honoured in the event.

EARLY HANDICAPS – 25km 25th April 2019
14mins - Julie Gardiner, Alex MacQuarrie
12:30mins - Fran Walker, Phil Cole, Rosemary Clifton
10:30mins - Caroline Robertson, Gary Baker, Mark Craig, Garry Taunton, Patrick Crump, Daniel Crump
7mins - Bruce Hutton, Peter Wilson, Nick Barrett, Braedon Smith, Brian Draper
6mins - Glen Partridge, Chris Davis, Graham Stait, Rob Stephen, Rod Esdaile
5mins - Scott James, Jack Cannon, Tony Shaw, Nathan Pearce
Scratch - Brad Raynor, Josh Corcoran, Chris Couper, Mark Windsor

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