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1SA State Champs - Robbie James wins 100m Empty SA State Champs - Robbie James wins 100m on Sat Mar 31, 2012 9:29 pm


Stawell entrants in yellow.

Men 100 Metre OPEN
Wind: -0.7
1 Robbie James Western Districts 10.84
2 Jordan Tronnolone Western Districts 11.11
3 Gabriel Cole Tea Tree Gully 11.17
4 Corey Baker Pembroke 11.23
5 Jake Jervis- Bardy Pembroke 11.26
6 Luke Day Western Districts 11.60
7 James Heap Salisbury 11.67
8 Alexander Mammone Southerns 11.75
DNS - Dylan Hicks

Women 100 Metre FINAL
Wind: -1.1
1 Margaret Gayen Pembroke 12.08
2 Alicia Wrench-Doody Western Districts 12.14
3 Leanne Hodge Western Districts 12.47
4 Emma Freer Tea Tree Gully 12.53
5 Andrea Di Paolo Western Districts 12.71
6 Kate Booth Pembroke 12.72
7 Amie Mittiga Flinders 13.05
8 Kelly Heintze Enfield Harriers 13.24
9 Tayla Philis Western Districts 13.37
10 Lauren Edwards Hills District 13.46

Men 400 Metre OPEN
1 Brett Fisk Port Adelaide 48.86
2 Bryce Watkins St Peters Collegians 48.89
3 Andy Giam St Peters Collegians 49.50
4 Matt Rowe Pembroke 50.10
5 Jarrod Sims Salisbury 50.59
6 Dean Adair Flinders 50.90
7 Angus Brock St Peters Collegians 51.62
8 Soren Braybrook Western Districts 52.25
9 Joshua Ware Salisbury 53.57

Women 400 Metre OPEN
1 Rosie Kelly Pembroke 55.99
2 Haylee Wilson Western Districts 57.84
3 Bridgid Connolly Pembroke 58.93
4 Ali Trewartha Tea Tree Gully 60.09
5 Melissa Leach Salisbury 62.00
6 Amanda McLean Northern Territory 63.69

2SA State Champs - Robbie James wins 100m Empty Re: SA State Champs - Robbie James wins 100m on Thu Apr 05, 2012 2:33 pm



Athletics SA state champs wrap

by Kym Morgan
Portside Messenger
04 April 2012

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FLYING: Margaret Gayen (centre) sprints to victory in the
women's 100m at the ASA state championships at Santos
Stadium last Saturday.

EMERGING sprint queen Margaret Gayen announced herself as one of the hottest prospects in South Australian athletics when she won the open women’s 100m at the state championships last weekend.

Gayen, who is just 17 years old, beat Western District’s Alicia Wrench-Doody Australia’s ninth-ranked 100m runner by .06sec on day one of the Saturday-Sunday meeting at Santos Stadium.

Pembroke runner Gayen’s winning time of 12.08sec was .2 seconds slower than her best but was run into 1.1m head wind. Gayen also won the open long jump with a personal best 6.28m leap to beat Australia’s fourth-ranked long jumper, Salisbury’s Chelsea Jaensch (6.1m).

Wrench-Doody turned the tables in the 200m to beat Gayen by .21sec with a slick 24.57sec performance.

Leanne Hodge was third in both sprints.

In the women’s 400m and 800m events, Rosie Kelly continued Pembroke’s good showing when she won both races.

Kelly’s strongest opposition came in the 800m where she ran 2(min).10(sec) to beat Hills Districts runner Paige Graham by a second.

Graham went one better in the women’s 1500m when she blitzed the field with a 4:29 performance, ahead of steeplechaser Tessa Potezny.

On the men’s side, Western Districts sprinter Robbie James showed his class to comfortably beat training partner Jordan Tronnolone in the men’s 100m, with a 10.84sec performance.

But James couldn’t pull off the 200m double after he was comfortably beaten by Flinders’ Wallace Long-Scafidi, who ran 21.79sec.

Port Adelaide’s Brett Fisk produced an excellent 48.86sec 400m run to narrowly beat 800m runners Bryce Watkins and Andy Giam.

Watkins and Giam locked horns again the following day over 800m, with the former producing a gutsy 1:51 effort to win by .4sec. Western Districts’ Harry May ran a personal best time to finish third.

Rhys Jones(Adelaide Harriers) showed the field a clean pair of heels to win the men’s 1500m in 3:52.

One of the highlights of the meeting was an appearance by Melbourne-based South Aussie Alwyn Jones in the triple jump. Jones, who has qualified for the London Olympics, leapt 16.32m to win the event.

In the long jump, Western’s national class performer Tim McGuire leapt 7.29m to comfortably take gold.

3SA State Champs - Robbie James wins 100m Empty Re: SA State Champs - Robbie James wins 100m on Thu Apr 05, 2012 3:34 pm

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Robbie and Wallace win state titles in PB times. Pro coaches and their old fashioned methods cant be too bad?

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