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No Blues Post Bobby Bell – Men’s Pub Standings After 5 of 6 Races

After placing second overall on the historic streets of Downtown Haverhill, it’s cruisin’ time for CSU coverboy and Pub Series stalwart Terry McNatt. The maillot jeune awaits at Paddy’s. Our condolences to CSU’s Lorin Obler who saw the silver chalice slip from his grasp while doing a face plant before the Big Hill at Trail to Ale. Lorin e-mailed that he’s still shooting for Paddy’s.

With Joe Navas calculating it’s over both in the quest for a vest and the top spot on the award stand, Quarterdeck beer sampler Mike Norton is chuckling at the body count as he takes over second. The legend – Paul Hammond – is once again proving he’s Mr. October while stablemate Chris Spinney is finally road worthy.

HFC’s Lee Danforth is solid among the top 5 while the BAA’s crafty Chris Smith is once again poised to claim the top Master spot if he doesn’t move into the top 5 himself.

While most of his Thirsty Irish Runner teammates were frying eggs on the hood of their RV in Chicago, true-blue Dave Wessman was locking up the Senior division. NH’s Brian Byrne turned 60 three races into the Series and resides as a lame-duck second among Seniors but a live third among Veterans. That’ll be second after Paddy’s as he’s just 2-points behind Dave Pember who’ll miss Paddy’s while running the Moab Half Marathon.
Since Iron Joe Drugan turned to aluminum, the Veteran division belongs to Dave Cobb.

Despite being slobberknocked by everyone – including Marshfield teammate Tom Wright – at Bobby Bell, Bob Hillman still ran a good race, picked up a point and will be wearing the 70+ maillot jeune at Paddys
To that end, anyone that’s leading the Open, Masters, Senior, Vet or 70+ division should stop by the NER booth across from Paddy’s on race day and pick up your yellow leader’s jersey. For anyone whose done 5 of 6 races, we’ll also be passing out EPO.

2007 NER Pub Series X Men’s Standings After 5 of 6 Races

OPEN (top 50)

1. Terry McNatt………………233
2. Mike Norton………………..204
3. Paul Hammond…………….178
4. Lee Danforth………………..166
5. Lorin Obler………………….165
6. Chris Smith………………….160
7. Jim Sullivan………………….140
8. Frank Nelson………………..130
9. Jimmy Fallon………………113
10. Dave Wessman…………….91
11. Stephen Walsh…………….71
12. Theo Kindermans………..40
13. Ken Warren………………..38
14. Brian Byrne, NH………….34
15. Dave Cobb…………………..23
16. Steve Houde…………………22
16. Dave Audet………………….22
17. Tom Kiely……………………2
18. Dave Pember………………..1

MASTERS (top 10)

1. Terry McNatt……………….48
2. Paul Hammond…………….32
3. Chris Smith…………………27
4. Jim Sullivan………………..19
5. Jimmy Fallon……………..12

SENIORS (top 8)

1. Dave Wessman…………….22
2. Brian Byrne, NH…………..11
3. Tom Kiely……………………7
4. Kevin Sweeney…………….6
4. Jim Shope……………………6
6. John Winters………………..3

VETERANS (top 6)

1. Dave Cobb……………….21
2. Dave Pember……………13
3. Brian Byrne, NH………11
4. Tom Hart…………………8
5. Tom Abbott……………..2

SUPER VETS 70-79 (top 5)

1. Bob Hillman……………..15
2. Tom Wright……………….10
3. Ruane Crummet………….4
4. Henry Wolstat……………3

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