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« on: May 27, 2017, 05:41:39 PM »

Masters over 60s
1.Denton Wilson.
2.Rob Stephenson.

Trained Figures over 40s
1.Jill Meredith.
2.Victoria Wigginton.
3.Jo Sayer.
4.Jayne Anderson.

Masters over 50s
1.Nigel Wilkie.
2.Andy Cowling.
3 Courtney Smith
4.Carlos Cockburn
5.Adrian Hampton.
6.Terry Weiss.

Men's Middleweights under 78kg
1.Ben Oliver
2.James Bradshaw.
3.Luke Maguire

Trained Figure Class 2
1.Stacey Barnes.
2.Joanne Todd.
3.Natasha Gelder.
4.Rebecca Mallinder.
5.Katie Bland.
6.Rebecca Berry.
Also competed Hayley Mountain,Danielle Musgreave and Jennifer Broome.

Men's Lightweights under 70kg
1.Ribaz Ali Ahmad.
2.Tim Cooper.

Novice Lightweights
1.Ben Holden.
2.Dean Watts.
3.Sean Joseph.
4.Delroy Kandarira.
5.Adam Aveling.
6.Josh Hudson.
Also competed Paul Badhan,Kyle Hague and Lee Goodman.

Masters over 40s
1.Gus Fisher.
2.Pete Gawtry.
3.Peter Goodhall.
4.Paul Ullathorne.
5.Neville Murray.
6.Igor Klockov.

Ladies Physique
1.Lauren Davis.
2.Michele Gough.
3.Maria Baptista.
4.Cressida Jewell.
5.Ann Chan.
6.Rachael Moore.

Juniors Under 21s
1.Tyler Lloyd.
2.Jonathan Collingwood.
3.Billy Hinchliffe.
4.Louis Duckett -Best Under 18s.

Novice Heavyweights
1.Joe Clegg.
2.Bartosz Jezierski.
3.Daniel Olusina.
4.Kris Payne.
5.Uche Osaka.
6.Richard Taylor.
Also competed Gary King,Gareth Anderson,Phil King and Brian Howard.


Ladies Figure Class 1
1.Lisa Parker.
2.Jayne Peacock.
3.Kat Appleton.
4.Charlotte Kershaw.
5.Stephanie Moore.
6.Jenna Mercer.
Also competed Many Stainthorp and Jade Jenkinson.

Men's Heavyweights 78kg+
1.Tom Gee.
2.Thomas Hicks.
3.Nick Adams.
4.Matt Cox.
5.Mark Cousins.
6.Arron Morrison.

Novice Overall
1.Joe Clegg.
2.Thomas Rawlinson.

Trained Figure Overall
1.Stacey Barnes.
2.Lisa Parker.
3.Jill Meredith.

Men's Overall.
1.Tom Gee.
2.Joe Clegg.
3.Ribaz Ali Ahmad.
4.Tyler Lloyd.
5.Gus Fisher.
6.Ben Oliver.

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« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2017, 06:32:55 PM »

Thanks Courtney, keep them coming!
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« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2017, 08:46:01 PM »

Thanks Smithy. Any more mate?
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« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2017, 12:07:27 AM »

Well done Courtney!
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« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2017, 10:54:44 AM »

Just seen some pics and the HW and I am the guy I am guessing became the overall winner looks stacked.

Lightweight winner Ahmed also is a good boy with a nice shape and condition, Denton is Denton and consistent with it, 50's winner Nigel is a great lad so I am pleased for him, physique winner looks quality with real good condition.

As for the rest, they look a good set of winners generally although Gus winning the 40s and still looking soft for me, middleweight winner did not look like he would be competitive at the finals but decent enough, all round the winners looked a good standard without anything there making me gasp with amazement like when Sam Watt rocked up and smashed it a few years ago. 78 competitors I believe, not sure how that compares on previous numbers.
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« Reply #5 on: May 29, 2017, 05:13:54 PM »

Thought Irecognized that 2nd place Ladies Physique...  Shocked blas from the past!
At least they've had decent women's numbers, fair play
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« Reply #6 on: May 30, 2017, 09:56:01 AM »

Denton is still pulling it out of the bag, and a great example of an O60.  Pleased for Nigel Wilkie too, a great guy and I think his condition suited the O50's class.
Gus Fisher carries a ton of muscle, but I'd love to see him nail his diet.
Agree with what Flick said - great numbers for the Ladies Physique.
I wonder what John Heaton (guest poser) has got planned for the year?
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« Reply #7 on: May 30, 2017, 11:08:51 AM »

I enjoyed the show - lots of competitors and quite a loud audience, which always makes for a good atmosphere.

When MJP announced John, he said it was going to be his last time on stage. He looked solid - upper body in particular was stand-out, with really good thickness. As always, a great routine.

I didn't see a lot of the classes, so can't comment too much. The h/w and overall winner, Tom, carried a lot of muscle. I was chatting to him before the show; he has a very impressive powerlifting background and was even competing successfully in strongman comps 3 weeks out from the Yorks. To be that lean and place in a strongman comp is  Shocked Shocked Shocked. His physique was one you'd only get from years of heavy lifting.
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« Reply #8 on: May 30, 2017, 12:38:03 PM »

He looked pretty decent from the pictures - I think he weighed in at 76kg? So that would be an impressive MW.  What were the Heavy's like?
I know John has struggled to find a class that suited him, being a smaller HW
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« Reply #9 on: May 30, 2017, 04:50:50 PM »

He looked pretty decent from the pictures - I think he weighed in at 76kg? So that would be an impressive MW.  What were the Heavy's like?
I know John has struggled to find a class that suited him, being a smaller HW

Do you mean John weighed in at 76kg? I'd be very surprised. Looked more like 83-85kg to me.

Heavies were pretty good - 1st and 2nd in particular. Top 3 in the Novice Heavies were also decent. I believe the Novice Heavy came second in the overall: 4 votes to 3.
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« Reply #10 on: May 30, 2017, 06:49:25 PM »

I thought the novice winner was 76kg - or was that the LE novice and the HW novice won the Overall?

Yes, I know John Heston usually competes as a Light heavy
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