Long grass slows down granite hunters

Last Updated: Monday, 11 April 2022 17:37

Long grass made for slow times at the Armidale State League weekend that served as a great tune-up for the national Easter carnival in Queensland.

The summer's big wet has turned countryside that last year was bone dry into tall fields that significantly reduced visibility and speed as a result.

Wins that caught our eye at the Middle Distance on Saturday were by Stephanie Dun (HOGs) in W Junior B and Lachlan Coady (WHO) in M14A.

In the Long Distance on Sunday, Sheralee Bailey (Bennelong) beat Jenny Enderby (Newcastle) by 11 minutes in W50A, Will Kay (WHO) took out M16A and Andrew Dun (HOGs) won M Open B.  

A big thank you to Northern Tablelands for their efforts over the weekend.

You can see all the results, splits and Livelox on our State League page. You can see the updated OY scores here.

Please fill out the very brief Course Setter of the Year survey for each day.

The next SL events are at Wyangala Dam and Roseberg SF on May 14-15.