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Sunday, December 20, 2015

2015 Scottish Nite of Miles Newtown Park Wellington Sat 19 Dec



The Men's Mile from 2005. Can you identify them all?

The best race of the day was the men’s mile. With the late withdrawal of Hamish Carson as the race favourite the outcome was wide open. As it turned out the battle was between the Dougal Thorburn (Scottish) and Ryan McAlister both putting on a determined display to the delight of the few spectators who decided to stick around to the end of the programme.  McAlister ultimately triumphed for a well-deserved win.
It’s a pity that the main races on the programme (Men and Women’s mile) are held so late in the programme and there is a case for starting the meeting earlier and putting the two blue ribbon races in the middle of the programme rather than at the end.

Dom Post Preview

Dom Post Report

Dom Post Santa Report

Results
The Scottish Throne, or could it be Stephen Day's dunce's chair

John Hines gives Santa a red card for lifting, or something

 

Monday, October 12, 2015

Scottish Wellington 100 Mile Relay Newtown Park Sun 11 Oct



The original flax baton of the Scottish A team that won the Takahe to Akaroa Raod Relay away back in 1965, 50 years ago.

Todd Stevens carries the baton across the line to reach the 100 mile target.



Lap Times



Colin Maclachlan, a member of original winning 1965 Scottish A Team



John Turner, did a stirling job on the recording desk  

Peter Stevens about to embark on lap 1 gets the baton from Alan Stevens

Don't you love the back-lighting and flare


The Sepp Blatter pose

Stu (call me Rocky) Beresford







































































































































































































































































































More photos to come