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2007 NER Pub Series Final Women’s Standings

Here we go, just a few days preceding the arrival of the mag. Congrats to everyone, including defending Pub Queen Christin Doneski who never finished worse than second in a Pub Series race this year. Also, a moment of frothy silence for those who fell in the quest for a vest – Meaghan Shaw, Claire McManus, Loren Obler, Chris Spinney, et al.

With the appearance in the Open top 5 of Sue McNatt, Miae Jacobs and Melanie Hire, Robin Shor’s friend Carol Lahiff and Christine Bradley and Catherine Cagle move up to the 1-2-3 Masters positions.

The final-race appearance of Nutmegger Carol “Mom” Smith in the Veteran’s division has consequences for Pub Series XI, now being worked on feverishly behind the scenes.

Invites for the final brouhaha at Doyles (usually the first week in Dec.) will go out to everyone who ran 5 of 6 races (usually before the 1st week in Dec.). See you there!

Sla Inte Chugat

2007 NER Pub Series X ‘Final’ Standings

WOMEN OPEN (top 50 score)

1. Christin Doneski, NH………294
2. Eileen Cakouros……………..261
3. Sue McNatt………………………219
4. Miae Jacobs…………………….218
5. Melanie Hire…………………….185
6. Christine Bradley……………..111
7. Sue Maslowski…………………95
8. Carol Lahiff………………………71
9. Caroline Smith, CT………….62
10. Catherine Cagle……………60
11. Annie Kucharski……………46
12. Ally Maslowski………………38
13. Marianne Withington…….27
14. Catherine Farrell………….25
15. Darlene Hoover……………20
16. Nora Shanahan…………….9
17. Carol “Mom” Smith, CT…..6

MASTERS (top 10 score)

1. Miae Jacobs……………………46
2. Sue McNatt……………………..42
3. Melanie Hire……………………34
4. Carol Lahiff……………………..11
5. Christine Bradley………………8
6. Catherine Cagle………………..6

SENIORS (top 8 score)

1. Sue Maslowski…………………33
2. Darlene Hoover………………..18
3. Annie Kucharski……………….17
4. Marianne Withington…………8

VETERANS (top 6 score)

1. Catherine Farrell…………….36
2. Marj Radin……………………..19
2. Carol Smith, CT……………….5

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