Chicken and Champagne Breakfast event

Sunday 2 February, 2014. Chicken and Champagne Breakfast event.

Followed by the Annual General Meeting.

Map: Kangaroo Gully
Start times: Assembly at 7.00 am for a 7.30 mass start

Course Setter: Chris Creely
Comments: This will be a one hour Score format. The terrain is spur/gully with erosion and old mining, and a good track network. I have been assured that the course will not be too technical so come out and enjoy Bendigo bush on what is sure to be a beautiful summer morning. Anyone coming along will have to visit at least three controls to be eligible for breakfast! There will be orange juice and water as well as champagne.

Bring a chair for the meeting.

Entry: On the day.
Directions from Bendigo: travel out Carpenter Street and swing left onto Spring Gully Rd. just past the cemetery. Continue for about 1 km and turn right into Burns Street. Continue to where Burns St. tee intersects with Diamond Hill Road and turn left. Continue on DH Rd. to the tee intersection with Kangaroo Gully Road and turn left. Look for start after approx. 400 metres. We have used this start area a lot.



Results – Rocky Rises

Course 1
Nigel McGuckian 36:23
Paul Leicester 37:53
Warwick Davis 39:06
John Wilkinson 39:56
Rob Clark 48:10
Charles Brownridge 57:02
Andrew Wallace 66:05
Jenny Ball 91:45
Des Claxton 104:50
Course 2
Lawrie Edward 28:57
Terry Davidson 30:21
Rowan Goffin 32:57
Peter Forbes 35:49
Katherine McMillan 36:34
Harm Van Rees 38:28
Vivienne McMillan 45:09
Michael Brench 53:17
Mark Webster 54:86
Steven Brench 55:30
Lorraine Leversha 57:33
Nola Juniper 57:33
Zac McDonald 57:54
Henry Cameron 80:20
Course 3
Jason Carter 37:09
Katie Wilson 44:19
Ian Johnson 47:47
Bob Leicester 60:32
Anne Jackman 69:26
Annie Claxton 95:58
Course 4
Judy Fitt 19:56
Kaye McGregor 37:23

Results – Mount Korong

Ah, Korong. Where the hills are steep, the boulders are big, and red shoes do not help you go faster.

I suspect that it’s not just me who has a love-hate relationship with this large chunk of granite. The rock and I have unfinished business – it owes me one more successful run before we’re even, Yup, three DNFs over the last 7 years; two of those through incompetence and exhaustion, and the last because of an unseasonal heat wave (and exhaustion). This Rock gives no quarter.

Initial results are up on the results page, or click HERE. Yours truely isn’t up there yet (yes, I did successfully finish this tme), because I omitted to register with the SI thingie before heading out. Reminder to everyone: dip your SI Stick and select your course at the Registration table before you start. It makes life a lot easier for the results person.

Korong 2013