Casey – Kingston Challenge – Kingston Heath

The final event for the series was back in Kingston, in Cheltenham, on the Kingston Heath course, with hardly a contour on the map or a hill on the ground.

We didn’t have many there from the series; Christine Raviart won B Course, Merv Bendle was first in D and Ruth Faulconbridge was second, and for the walkers the finishing order was 1st Steve Reynolds, 2nd Julie Sullivan, 3rd Noel Jenkinson and 4th Anne Jenkinson.

The map had a novelty element in the two 20 pointers, and also another novelty element especially for us. Unfortunately, by virtue of the course-setter not being there to explain it and me not having the chance to read the map before we set you off, we missed the second one! Bruce had made a Challenge-only set of points for the controls for the walkers. If you picked that up and used that set, let me know and I’ll adjust the finishing places here if needs be.

We also had a presentation to the first, second and third placegetters for each category, handing out the certificates and chocolate to those there. There were some sneaky Walkers who pretended they weren’t there to avoid the applause and cheers, but owned up later (I really should have only allowed them half a block of chocolate each for that). If you weren’t there then please let me know your address, or come along on Monday, and I’ll get the certificate to you.

Although the series officially finished on Monday, I have included the last event for the whole summer series as a final Challenge event as well. It is another novelty – but this time everyone will be doing the novelty, because the regular street-o people finished their series at Kingston Heath.

So come along for one more event – it isn’t too much further than Cheltenham, really!

Casey Kingston Overall Results

The full results are in the table below. Please check to make sure we have everyone! Pass it around to anyone you know who came along. The final results should remain the same, but I’m still sure we have had people at events and not register – so they’re not on the list.

Certificates go to the first, second and third placegetters. Your prize is a selection from the chocolates available. Seeing as I’m buying them, they’ll be good ones.

We will do our best to get the certificates to you if you can’t make the next two weeks, but the chocolate is only available on the night. So once again – Monday 10th March at Cheltenham if you want a block of Rocky Road and you are first, second or third below.

We finally had some people tackle A course last week, and what a course it was to tackle! Even though it was only one round, they deserve the prize.

I can’t post the week-by-week results here, but you can work it out by looking at each weeks results on the main site and starting at 100 for anyone listed below, numbering down the list, dropping out any non-Casey-Kingston people.

A final word to all the Cub and Scout teams we had last week – we didn’t get everyone’s names and list them, you have the same score as whoever you chose to put on the card.

No. of Lowest
A Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
THOMAS, GAVIN             1 100 100 100 100 1
SKELTON, IAN 1 99 99 99 100 2
No. of Lowest
B Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
KERSTENS, JORIS             1 100 100 100 100 1
RAVIART, CHRISTINE 1 100 100 100 100 2
KERSTENS, THEO             1 99 99 99 99 3
THOMAS, JARROD            1 99 99 99 99 4
No. of Lowest
C Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
JURAS, SANDRA 2 200 100 200 100 1
MACDONALD, JULIANNE       1 100 100 100 100 2
JURAS, HARALD             1 99 99 99 99 3
JURAS, KERSTIN                1 98 98 98 98 4
No. of Lowest
D Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
BENDLE, MERV 6 600 100 600 100 1
CAMP, GABBY 3 297 99 297 99 2
RAVIART, CHRISTINE 3 294 98 294 98 3
MACDONALD, EMMA      2 193 96.5 193 96 4
MACDONALD, CHRIS       2 191 95.5 191 95 5
DAMEN, EMMA 1 100 100 100 100 6
WELLS, ANNA 1 100 100 100 100 7
BENDLE, CHRIS             1 99 99 99 99 8
GIULIERI, RACHEL  1 99 99 99 99 9
MACDONALD, LEAH 1 99 99 99 99 10
MORTON, LUKE 1 99 99 99 99 11
GABSCH, HANNAH   1 98 98 98 98 12
MACDONALD, JULIANNE 1 98 98 98 98 13
ALCOCK, MADELEINE   1 97 97 97 97 14
BREMNER, JENNY           1 94 94 94 94 15
BREMNER, AMANDA        1 93 93 93 93 16
No. of Lowest
Walk Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
SULLIVAN, JULIE 4 398 99.6 398 100 1
JENKINSON, ANNE 4 392 98.3 392 97 2
CARLESS, MICHELLE 3 297 99 297 97 3
REYNOLDS, STEVE 3 297 99 297 97 4
JONES, LEANNE 3 295 98.3 295 96 5
ELLIS, MELISSA    3 294 98 294 98 6
JENKINSON, NOEL 3 294 98 294 98 7
GARDEN, CHRISTINE     3 293 97.6 293 97 8
CARLESS, STEVE 2 197 98.5 197 98 9
FAULCONBRIDGE, RUTH 2 194 97 194 96 10
RUSSO, ROSEMARY 2 192 96 192 95 11
JONES, ALANNA 1 100 100 100 100 12
NIEUWOUDT, KAREL 1 100 100 100 100 13
O’CONNELL, LIAM 1 99 99 99 99 14
VAN BUITEN, ANTHONY 1 99 99 99 99 15
JENKINSON, OLIVIA 1 98 98 98 98 16
VAN BUITEN, RILEY 1 97 97 97 98 17
WATERS, TYSON 1 97 97 97 97 18
BARRY, AMBER 1 96 96 96 96 19
JEAN, MICHAEL 1 96 96 96 96 20
JOSS, MARTY 1 96 96 96 96 21
SHILLONG, MARLENE 1 96 96 96 96 22
WATERS, HAYDEN 1 96 96 96 96 23
BARRY, MICHELLE 1 95 95 95 95 24
NASH, ALLAN 1 95 95 95 95 25
LIM, SIEW 1 95 95 95 95 26
SHILLONG, DARRYL 1 95 95 95 95 27
KONG, LUCAS 1 94 94 94 94 28
JOSS-KNIGHT, KARLEEN 1 94 94 94 94 29
KENWARD, TROY 1 94 94 94 94 30
KERSTENS, HELMA 1 93 93 93 93 31
MILLS, CHRIS 1 93 93 93 93 32
BEST, RICK 1 92 92 92 92 33
MATTHEWS, SAM 1 91 91 91 91 34
TREMEWEN, AMY  1 90 90 90 90 35
HARTIG, GUENTHER    1 89 89 89 89 36
LAKE, ANNETTE 1 88 88 88 88 37
COOKE, AILSA    1 87 87 87 87 38
AUMANN, VICKI 1 86 86 86 86 39
BEN 1 85 85 85 85 40
YOUNG, SHERIDAN 1 84 84 84 84 41

Casey-Kingston Week 9 – Endeavour Hills

As Debbie has said in her notes on the event on the main site, the map was aptly named – it was a serious Endeavour to get up and over the Hills.  And back again.

And quite a change from the last eight rounds of the occasional hill to barely a bump. The area to cover was big, as well. The larger area and hills combined to make this a challenging event. Have a look at the overall results here to see all the late points being deducted!

Despite that, everyone seemed to enjoy it. This week we were joined by two different Scout Groups, one of Cubs and one of Scouts, and they all enjoyed themselves and want to come back. They’ll love next Monday’s event with very few of those annoying contour lines to be seen.

Endeavour Hills finished the competition part of the Casey – Kingston Challenge. This coming Monday we are back in Cheltenham, at a spot easily reachable if you are from Casey, for a novelty event. The regulars who have been coming along all summer have their final scoring event then.

A novelty event is usually held as the last round of a series and does not contribute to the score that gets you a certificate and chocolate, but is scored anyway. The novelty aspect is up to the course setter. We have had a range of them over the years such as blank spots on the map, jumbled controls, the map printed on two sides of the paper with 10 controls on each side…the list is growing. They are great fun. I happen to know what Monday’s is, but will leave it as a surprise. I can tell you that it isn’t as complex as the above examples sound (and they aren’t really) because everyone is doing the same event, so the novelty has to be able to fit into the normal style of event. See you all then.

 

Casey-Kingston Week 8 – Chelsea Heights

Another new map in another new area, one that will probably be thought of generally as the best of this series. Many people came back in saying what a great area it was to be let loose on. I can see we’ll be back here again as there is a lot more area to use around where we were, too much for a single evening’s course. Course-setter and mapper Adam has already picked another area to use, still including the large parklands.

It may have been a great area but it is easily the worst named; there wasn’t a Height in sight. Some people did claim they went uphill at some point, but that was usually up an embankment that probably seemed big because it was the only climb they did.

This coming week at Endeavour Hills is the last scoring event for the series, although there’s an exception to that, see below. We haven’t seen any B or C course people in Kingston, so we may (hope!) to see them back on Monday 3rd March. In D Course Merv is unbeatable overall, but you may be able to get a 100 over him if he eases up a bit because of that.

The Walkers event is wide open because people have come to either the Casey or the Kingston events – Endeavour Hills is the decider for all of those with 2, 3 or 4 events so far. So I’ve no idea who is in the running for the choccie here, other than to say the top 10!

Top Tip 7 – Map awareness

Map awareness is another term I’ve made up, and I’m including it here as it is easy to fall foul of it. Look at the map with a bit of care – take note of any controls that are on the edge or in a blob of grey or black. These can sometimes be missed when you’re out there running or walking along, just by folding the map the a certain way or having your fingers over it, and so you wander past and miss that 4 pointer – really annoying when you work it out and are 20 minutes away.

The best way to avoid this is a decent look at the start, even at the expense of a few seconds of moving. Otherwise do a count of how many you have and how many to go as you move along, and if you think of it, check under your thumb that’s holding the map every so often.

Another trap is if you fold the map to show different areas as you go along – especially useful on windy days – take a good look at the folds, they’ve been known to hide controls!

So, Endeavour Hills on Monday 3rd, and unlike Chelsea Heights it is aptly named. It is also a really nice area to spend an evening walking or running around, so see you all there.

The exception to the scoring events

There are 9 scoring events that are make up the overall competition, the most points wins. We have first, second and third places. There is a chance that we may end up with a draw for some of those places after Endeavour Hills, so if that’s the case we may use the last event at Cheltenham as a tie-breaker. Or we may just be generous and let both people have the chocolate.

Casey Kingston Overall Results (after Week 8)

  No. of        Lowest
B Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
KERSTENS, JORIS             1 100 100 100 100 1
KERSTENS, THEO             1 99 99 99 99 2
  No. of        Lowest
C Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
JURAS, SANDRA                2 200 100 200 100 1
MACDONALD, JULIANNE       1 100 100 100 100 2
JURAS, HARALD              1 99 99 99 99 3
JURAS, KERSTIN                 1 98 98 98 98 4
  No. of        Lowest
D Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
BENDLE, MERV 5 500 100 500 100 1
CAMP, GABBY 3 297 99 297 99 2
RAVIART, CHRISTINE 3 294 98 294 98 3
MACDONALD, EMMA      2 193 96.5 193 96 4
MACDONALD, CHRIS       2 191 95.5 191 95 5
DAMEN, EMMA 1 100 100 100 100 6
WELLS, ANNA 1 100 100 100 100 7
BENDLE, CHRIS              1 99 99 99 99 8
GIULIERI, RACHEL  1 99 99 99 99 9
MACDONALD, LEAH 1 99 99 99 99 10
GABSCH, HANNAH    1 98 98 98 98 11
MACDONALD, JULIANNE 1 98 98 98 98 12
ALCOCK, MADELEINE   1 97 97 97 97 13
BREMNER, JENNY            1 94 94 94 94 14
BREMNER, AMANDA        1 93 93 93 93 15
  No. of        Lowest
Walk Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
SULLIVAN, JULIE 4 398 99.6 398 100 1
JENKINSON, ANNE  4 392 98.3 392 99 2
CARLESS, MICHELLE 3 297 99 297 97 3
REYNOLDS, STEVE 3 297 99 297 97 4
JONES, LEANNE 3 295 98.3 295 96 5
ELLIS, MELISSA     3 294 98 294 98 6
JENKINSON, NOEL 3 294 98 294 98 7
GARDEN, CHRISTINE      3 293 97.6 293 97 8
CARLESS, STEVE 2 197 98.5 197 98 9
RUSSO, ROSEMARY 2 192 96 192 97 10
JONES, ALANNA  1 100 100 100 100 11
O’CONNELL, LIAM 1 99 99 99 99 12
JENKINSON, OLIVIA 1 98 98 98 98 13
WATERS, TYSON 1 97 97 97 97 14
BARRY, AMBER 1 96 96 96 96 15
FAULCONBRIDGE, RUTH 1 96 96 96 96 16
JOSS, MARTY 1 96 96 96 97 17
SHILLONG, MARLENE 1 96 96 96 96 18
WATERS, HAYDEN 1 96 96 96 96 19
BARRY, MICHELLE 1 95 95 95 95 20
LIM, SIEW 1 95 95 95 95 21
SHILLONG, DARRYL 1 95 95 95 95 22
KONG, LUCAS 1 94 94 94 94 23
JOSS-KNIGHT, KARLEEN 1 96 96 96 95 24
KERSTENS, HELMA 1 93 93 93 93 25

Casey-Kingston Week 7 – Aspendale

Well that was an interesting start and finish arrangement. It was unusual, but John the Course Setter had decided, after looking at the map with course-setting eyes (it is a brand new map, not used before, so no-one has any experience with it), to move the Start and Finish 200 or so metres north. If we started at the nominated location then those walking and on the shorter D and maybe even C course may not have left the rather dull, parallel streets of the south. So it was a short warm-up before we started, and a warm-down back to the cars at the finish.

More flat terrain now that we are in the bayside suburbs, no need to understand contour lines here. The course looked straightforward enough until you were on it and trying to work out which ones to drop and which way to go. No matter how you looked at it, there was at least one double-back; it was a matter of working out which was the best. Or least-costly!

Now to the results, published below. We haven’t seen any B or C course runners for a few weeks, and no-one has tried out the A distance. The result is a very straightforward what you see is what you get. If anyone comes back, or comes along over the next two weeks, you’ll look like a speedster in the results!

Merv has D course stitched up, but second and third are up for grabs – the next two weeks may see a lot of changing down the list here.

Betting folk should stay away from the Walkers, however. The final results will be dependent on firstly how many times who comes along – how many times do I say “just turn up and you’ll get heaps of points”? – and then it’s a straight competition to see who picks the better route on the night. Or more commonly, who makes the least number of oops-es.

Next week is dominated by the large Bicentennial Park in Chelsea, and spills out into the surrounding streets. Another flat course with a gentle sea breeze – should be lovely!

Top Tip 6 – Starting

7pm, someone says “Go” and 70-100 people disappear in seconds. If you are still studying the map, firstly, good on you, because a bit of planning time works wonders. Secondly, you may be a bit surprised when you look up at 7:00:25 and there is no-one around. How do those people decide where to go so quickly? Here are three quick ways to decide. There are many more, and you may work out your own which will be just as good.

The easiest method is to just head in the same direction as the majority – you are relying on the law of averages! This gives you the chance to work out where to go next, whilst you are on the move to the first control, so saves you a bit of time. The trick is to check where you are heading so you can do that next bit of planning properly. Don’t keep following everyone from point to point!

Another method is to head to the nearest edge of the map, and go around in a clockwise or anti-clockwise direction from there. This is usually best when the start/finish is near an edge. If it is bang in the centre of the ma, then there is no obvious edge to head towards! What this does is cut out one decision early on, which way to go around. Usually – not always – you will find you go clockwise or anti-clockwise, with a few deviations.

The last method is a good one for the walkers. Just head in the direction of where the most control circles appear. There’s a good chance that that is where the most points are, but never trust a course setter to do the obvious, either! The Aspendale map was a great example of this, it was a simple choice to head north straight away to the obvious cluster of  beckoning circles.

No one method is perfect and it won’t work on every map. Its a matter of trying different things as you go. If you want to try any of these out at Chelsea Heights, find that guy in the shirt at the start and ask him what would work there (I’ll have checked the map by then).

See you there!

 

Casey-Kingston Results Overall (after Week 7)

No. of Lowest
B Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
KERSTENS, JORIS             1 100 100 100 100 1
KERSTENS, THEO             1 99 99 99 99 2
No. of Lowest
C Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
JURAS, SANDRA 2 200 100 100 100 1
MACDONALD, JULIANNE       1 100 100 100 100 2
JURAS, HARALD             1 99 99 99 99 3
JURAS, KERSTIN                1 98 98 98 98 4
No. of Lowest
D Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
BENDLE, MERV 4 400 100 400 100 1
CAMP, GABBY 2 198 99 198 99 2
RAVIART, CHRISTINE 2 196 98 196 98 3
MACDONALD, EMMA      2 193 96.5 193 96 4
MACDONALD, CHRIS       2 191 95.5 191 95 5
DAMEN, EMMA 1 100 100 100 100 6
WELLS, ANNA 1 100 100 100 100 7
BENDLE, CHRIS             1 99 99 99 99 8
GIULIERI, RACHEL  1 99 99 99 99 9
MACDONALD, LEAH 1 99 99 99 99 10
GABSCH, HANNAH   1 98 98 98 98 11
MACDONALD, JULIANNE 1 98 98 98 98 12
ALCOCK, MADELEINE   1 97 97 97 97 13
BREMNER, JENNY           1 94 94 94 94 14
BREMNER, AMANDA        1 93 93 93 93 15
No. of Lowest
Walk Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
SULLIVAN, JULIE 3 299 99.6 299 100 1
CARLESS, MICHELLE 3 297 99 297 97 2
JENKINSON, ANNE 3 295 98.3 295 99 3
JONES, LEANNE 3 295 98.3 295 96 4
ELLIS, MELISSA    3 294 98 294 98 5
GARDEN, CHRISTINE     3 293 97.6 293 97 6
CARLESS, STEVE 2 197 98.5 197 98 7
REYNOLDS, STEVE 2 197 98.5 197 97 8
JENKINSON, NOEL 2 196 98 196 98 9
RUSSO, ROSEMARY 2 192 96 192 97 10
JONES, ALANNA 1 100 100 100 100 11
O’CONNELL, LIAM 1 99 99 99 99 12
JENKINSON, OLIVIA 1 98 98 98 98 13
WATERS, TYSON 1 97 97 97 97 14
BARRY, AMBER 1 96 96 96 96 15
JOSS, MARTY 1 96 96 96 97 16
SHILLONG, MARLENE 1 96 96 96 96 17
WATERS, HAYDEN 1 96 96 96 96 18
BARRY, MICHELLE 1 95 95 95 95 19
LIM, SIEW 1 95 95 95 95 20
SHILLONG, DARRYL 1 95 95 95 95 21
KONG, LUCAS 1 94 94 94 94 22
JOSS-KNIGHT, KARLEEN 1 96 96 96 95 23
KERSTENS, HELMA 1 93 93 93 93 24

Casey-Kingston Results Overall (after Week 6)

Remember, two more scoring rounds!

No. of Lowest
B Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
KERSTENS, JORIS             1 100 100 100 100 1
KERSTENS, THEO             1 99 99 99 99 2
No. of Lowest
C Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
JURAS, SANDRA 2 200 100 100 100 1
MACDONALD, JULIANNE       1 100 100 100 100 2
JURAS, HARALD             1 99 99 99 99 3
JURAS, KERSTIN                1 98 98 98 98 4
No. of Lowest
D Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
BENDLE, MERV 3 300 100 300 100 1
MACDONALD, EMMA      2 193 96.5 193 96 2
MACDONALD, CHRIS       2 191 95.5 191 95 3
DAMEN, EMMA 1 100 100 100 100 4
WELLS, ANNA 1 100 100 100 100 5
BENDLE, CHRIS             1 99 99 99 99 6
CAMP, GABBY 1 99 99 99 99 7
GIULIERI, RACHEL  1 99 99 99 99 8
MACDONALD, LEAH 1 99 99 99 99 9
GABSCH, HANNAH   1 98 98 98 98 10
MACDONALD, JULIANNE 1 98 98 98 98 11
RAVIART, CHRISTINE 1 98 98 98 98 12
ALCOCK, MADELEINE   1 97 97 97 97 13
BREMNER, JENNY           1 94 94 94 94 14
BREMNER, AMANDA        1 93 93 93 93 15
No. of Lowest
Walk Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
CARLESS, MICHELLE 3 297 99 297 97 1
JONES, LEANNE 3 295 98.3 295 96 2
ELLIS, MELISSA    3 294 98 294 98 3
GARDEN, CHRISTINE     3 293 97.6 293 97 4
CARLESS, STEVE 2 197 98.5 197 98 5
SULLIVAN, JULIE 2 200 100 200 100 6
JENKINSON, ANNE 2 198 99 198 99 7
JENKINSON, NOEL 2 196 98 196 98 8
JONES, ALANNA 1 100 100 100 100 9
O’CONNELL, LIAM 1 99 99 99 99 10
REYNOLDS, STEVE 1 97 97 97 97 11
RUSSO, ROSEMARY 1 97 97 97 97 12
WATERS, TYSON 1 97 97 97 97 13
bBARRY, AMBER 1 96 96 96 96 14
SHILLONG, MARLENE 1 96 96 96 96 15
WATERS, HAYDEN 1 96 96 96 96 16
BARRY, MICHELLE 1 95 95 95 95 17
LIM, SIEW 1 95 95 95 95 18
SHILLONG, DARRYL 1 95 95 95 95 19
KONG, LUCAS 1 94 94 94 94 20
KERSTENS, HELMA 1 93 93 93 93 21

Casey-Kingston Week 6 – Carrum Downs

This week saw us at Carrum Downs for another new map, and Pam had done a great job of giving people something to think about for the best possible course. We know this because it seemed like everyone went a different way!

The weather was kind again, being a cool night. Much is made about how far out these events are by many regular Street-O’ers (don’t they realise the converse is true?). But I will no longer accept the complaints about the Monash Car Park – no matter how valid. Instead I will introduce them to Merv, who flew down from Townsville on Monday for the event. You’ll find Merv leading D course in our series, and giving the regulars who have been in the overall series since October a bit of a scare as well.

The B and C courses are too light in attendance to see any likely contenders emerging, but this does mean that if you have done a B or C course and want to get that chocolate at the end, it’s all but yours if you turn up for the next two events! This also means anyone else could come along and be in the running.

The Walkers have more of a spread of likely contenders, and again all that is required is for the top ten or so to come along to the next two events and it will be a very interesting finish to the series. If any of them don’t turn up to both, then anyone else coming along will also be in the mix – especially if you have done just one event!

Top Tip 5 – Making it easy to think and run

A bit tricky to explain as every map and course is different, but here are two techniques that you can use to give you more looking-at-the-map time, or chatting time. The first is using a catching feature. This is something that draws a long line across your map, and is pretty obvious. Examples are railway lines, creeks or major roads. If you are heading for a control and a creek is past the control from where you are on the street, that’s a catching feature. You know if you hit that creek that you have gone too far – it has caught you. Turn around and head back to the control (or drop it if time is short).

The second one is a tunnel, which regular orienteers won’t know about because I just made the term up, so you have a jump on them, as they don’t often read this. Where you have a choice of a street  with no other streets running off it, and one with a few intersections, to get to a control, take the one without any intersections. Or less of them.  That way there is less chance of missing the right turn, or even the control altogether. Not having to count streets as you pass them leads you down the ‘tunnel’ that has no intersections, so when you ‘come out’ the other side (probably where the street or path ends) you can go from there. No messing about in between, just enjoy the scenery, the company or both. Of course, distance has to be about the same for this to work.

Next week we are at Aspendale, a new map and new area, and a very flat course! See you then.

Casey-Kingston Results Overall (after Week 5)

I’m repeating myself, but please let us know who we have missed!!

No. of Lowest
B Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
KERSTENS, JORIS             1 100 100 100 100 1
KERSTENS, THEO             1 99 99 99 99 2
No. of Lowest
C Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
JURAS, SANDRA 2 200 100 100 100 1
MACDONALD, JULIANNE       1 100 100 100 100 2
JURAS, HARALD             1 99 99 99 99 3
JURAS, KERSTIN                1 98 98 98 98 4
No. of Lowest
D Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
BENDLE, MERV 2 200 100 200 100 1
MACDONALD, EMMA      2 193 96.5 193 96 2
MACDONALD, CHRIS       2 191 95.5 191 95 3
DAMEN, EMMA 1 100 100 100 100 4
WELLS, ANNA 1 100 100 100 100 5
BENDLE, CHRIS             1 99 99 99 99 6
CAMP, GABBY 1 99 99 99 99 7
GIULIERI, RACHEL  1 99 99 99 99 8
MACDONALD, LEAH 1 99 99 99 99 9
GABSCH, HANNAH   1 98 98 98 98 10
MACDONALD, JULIANNE 1 98 98 98 98 11
RAVIART, CHRISTINE 1 98 98 98 98 12
ALCOCK, MADELEINE   1 97 97 97 97 13
BREMNER, JENNY           1 94 94 94 94 14
BREMNER, AMANDA        1 93 93 93 93 15
No. of Lowest
Walk Course Events Total Average Best 5 counted Ranking
CARLESS, MICHELLE 3 297 99 297 97 1
JONES, LEANNE 3 295 98.3 295 96 2
ELLIS, MELISSA    3 294 98 294 98 3
GARDEN, CHRISTINE     3 293 97.6 293 97 4
CARLESS, STEVE 2 197 98.5 197 98 5
JONES, ALANNA 1 100 100 100 100 6
SULLIVA, JULIE 1 100 100 100 100 7
JENKINSON, ANNE 1 99 99 99 99 8
O’CONNELL, LIAM 1 99 99 99 99 9
JENKINSON, NOEL 1 98 98 98 98 10
REYNOLDS, STEVE 1 97 97 97 97 11
WATERS, TYSON 1 97 97 97 97 12
SHILLONG, MARLENE 1 96 96 96 96 13
WATERS, HAYDEN 1 96 96 96 93 14
LIM, SIEW 1 95 95 95 95 15
SHILLONG, DARRYL 1 95 95 95 95 16
KONG, LUCAS 1 94 94 94 94 17
KERSTENS, HELMA 1 93 93 93 93 18