Castlemaine Honour Board 2 of 2 – Parkrunner of the Month

Honour Board for Castlemaine parkrunner of the Month
An award to recognise commitment, improvement, persistence and other community-based ideals of parkrun.

2015
Angela Mitten - June
Shane Renfrey - July
Craig Marshall - August
Dianne Cox - September
Chris Timewell - October
Maree Matheson - November
Glen Taylor - December

2016
Christine Barker - January
Prue Robertson - February
Gary Chapman - March
Gary Schurr - April
Joanne Kepsner - May
Brianna Brown - June
Richard Mayes - July
Tony Greaves – August
Lauren Barker – September
Julie Hough – October
Karina Taylor - November
Patricia Barrett - December

2017
Yvonne Welch – January
Tyrone Rice – February
Geoff, Donna, Henry, Daniel and Bessie Faircloth - March
Dave Petrusma - April
Robin Murdoch - May
Caroline Bellair - June
Steve Harris - July
Helen Curran - August
Donna Petrusma - September
George Targett - October
Mai Hill - November
Ronder Clayton - December

2018
Raewyn Rice - January
Luke Kneebone - February
Judy Hill - March
Andrew Bos - April
Warrick Clarke - May

As at 13 July 2018

 

Castlemaine Parkrun Honour Board 1 of 2 – Milestoners

Honour Board for Castlemaine Parkrunner milestones
Last Updated 13 July 2018

JUNIORS 10 RUN CLUB
Zedekiah Marshall              Jack Maddern              Annabel Weiss
Madeleine Springate          Angus Mayes               Alex Welch
Joe Flexmore                     Henry Faircloth            Daniel Faircloth
Rosie Jarvis                       Tobiah Marshall           George Targett
Harper Kneebone              William Haslam            Luke Matheson
Bessie Faircloth                 Raphael Nelms            Jye Matheson
Sebastian Streat                Charlotte Streat           Sophie Mayes
Hamish McLoughlan

VOLUNTEERS 25 CLUB
Chris Timewell                   Ruth Anley                   Libby Mayes
Gary Schurr                       Ellissia Campbell          Karina Taylor
Dave Petrusma

50 RUN CLUB
Shane Renfrey                   Dianne Cox                    Prue Robertson
Jason Hull                          Maree Matheson            Nicki Renfrey
Michael Constable              Raewyn Rice                 Karina Taylor
Richard Mayes                   Tony Greaves                 Lisa Minster
Christine Barker                 Angela Mitten                 Donna Petrusma
Gavin Vanstone                  Stephen Walls                Lisa Minchin
Glen Taylor                         Tyrone Rice                    Gabrielle Bertoni-Marshall
Patricia Barrett                   Nathan Rice                   Joanne Kepsner
Yvonne Welch                    Craig Marshall                Gary Chapman
Robin Murdoch                   Ellissia Campbell           Adam Scoles
Sheree Scoles                   Chris Timewell                Adelynne Chapman
Julie Hough                        Luke Kneebone              Kaitlyn Hough
Brianna Brown                   Steve Parsons                Jenni Thomson
Steve Harris                       Michael Farr                    Zedekiah Marshall
Henry Faircloth                   Lisa Kitson                     Ronder Clayton
Gary Schurr                       Anthony Nicholas           Dave Petrusma
Libby Mayes                      Lauren Barker                Carolyn Tavener
Jane Harding                     Ben James

100 RUN CLUB
Shane Renfrey                  Michael Constable          Jason Hull
Prue Robertson                Raewyn Rice                   Angela Mitten
Lisa Minster                      Maree Matheson             Nicki Renfrey
Donna Petrusma              Dianne Cox                     Tyrone Rice
Stephen Walls                  Nathan Rice                    Christine Barker
Karina Taylor                    Lisa Minchin                    Tony Greaves

 

Castlemaine Parkrun Report #166 – 7th July 2018

While temperatures at Castlemaine parkrun vary from below freezing to uncomfortably warm, it’s been almost two years since there was noteworthy rainfall during an event.  This drought was broken on Saturday 7th July, with a solid downpour commencing about one minute before start time, and continuing on and off for the next hour.  However, parkrunners are a hardy bunch, and 60 participants completed the 5km course with smiles on their faces and a spring in their step.

In the pre-run briefing, Run Director Chris Timewell welcomed everyone, including five people undertaking their first parkrun anywhere ever, and also visitors from parkrun events at Rocks Riverside (Qld), Chelsea Bicentennial and Mullum Mullum.  One of the first timers, Maryanne Murdoch, was the 1500th different person to complete the Castlemaine course.  Chris also acknowledged the 15 or so local parkrunners who completed at the Gold Coast running festival during the previous weekend, with particular recognition to Raewyn Rice and Donna Petrusma who completed their first ever full marathon.

On a course that was a little bit muddy underfoot, there were only four parkrunners able to achieve personal bests (PB) this week, with congratulations to Gavin Vanstone (by 11 seconds), Deb Hall (by 34s), Warrick Clarke (by 53s) and Elizabeth Livingstone (by 198s).

Karina Taylor was the first female finisher (23 minutes 58 seconds) and also had the highest female age-graded result (71.88%).  She was followed by two relatively new local parkrunners, Iris McGregor (26:18) and Deb Hall (28:21).

For the second consecutive week, Jason Hull was the first male finisher (20:36).  He was closely followed by junior parkrunner Zedekiah Marshall (20:47).  Glen Taylor (21:12) was the third male finisher and had the highest male age-graded result (69.63%).

Well done to everyone who took part, and many thanks to the volunteers who worked with Chris to conduct the day’s event, including Lauren Barker, Travis Barnes, Donna and Dave Petrusma and Anita Volkert.

 

Castlemaine Parkrun Report #165 – 30 June 2018

With a large contingent up at the Gold Coast Marathon festival, and the school holidays underway, Castlemaine Parkrun was reduced to 36 participants on Saturday 30th June, not including the ever excellent volunteer crew.  Run Director Libby Mayes welcomed everyone, including visitors from parkruns in Warragul, Bendigo and Maribyrnong, and also one person undertaking their first parkrun ever anywhere.

Five parkrunners achieved personal bests (PB), with congratulations to Cameron King (by 9s), Deb Hall (by 20s), Kathy Cattanagh (by 59s), Judi Miles (by 118s) and Travis Barnes (by 163s).

Locals Lauren Barker (23 minutes 24 seconds) and Karina Taylor were the first two female finishers.  Dianne Cox (26:37) was the third female finisher and also had the highest female age-graded result (71.88%).

Jason Hull had a great return to parkrun, being the first male finisher (20:16).  He was followed by Warragul visitor Rob Zweirlein (20:50), who also had the highest male age-graded result (73.12%).  Patrick Smith (21:00) was the third male finisher.

Well done to everyone who took part, and many thanks to the volunteers who worked with Libby to conduct the day’s event, including Christine Barker, Christine Christie, Warrick Clarke, Michael Farr and Steve Harris.

 

Castlemaine Parkrun Report #164 – 23 June 2018

An icy cold morning failed to deter 46 hardy Castlemaine Parkrunners on Saturday 23rd June.  Run Director Richard Mayes welcomed the participants, including visitors from parkruns in Shepparton and Armidale (NSW).  There were also two participants undertaking their first parkrun ever.

Nine parkrunners achieved personal bests (PB), with congratulations to Gabrielle Smith and John Willis (both by 13s), Patrick Smith (by 17s), Paul Gilders (his sixth in a row, this time by 19s), Louise Layne (by 20s), Dianne Cox (by 26s), Sean Grant (by 27s), Lynette Hills (by 47s), and Emma Renfrey (by 125s).

Karina Taylor was the first female finisher (24:12).  She was followed by Dianne Cox (25:35), who had a big morning with her PB and the highest female age-graded result (74.79%).  Gabrielle Smith (27:50) was the third female finisher.

Patrick Smith added to his PB with being the first male finisher (18:51).  He was followed by Luke Watt (20:50) and Glen Taylor (21:02).  Glen also had the highest male age-graded result (70.68%).

Well done to everyone who took part, and many thanks to the volunteers who worked with Richard to conduct the day’s event, including Tricia Barrett, Kerryn Healy, Luke Kneebone, Maree Matheson, Raewyn Rice and Sophie Mayes.

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