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Caithness 10-mile time trial sees narrow win for Anderson

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There was close competition in Caithness Cycling Club’s weekly 10-mile time trial where David Anderson had a narrow six-second win over Gary Angus, with Iain Miller a further four seconds in arrears.

On a mild night with a strong-westerly wind both David and Gary took almost half a minute off their season’s best, while Chris Gregory improved by 19 seconds.

Gary scored five points in the Handicap League and now has a total of 40 points for a lead of nine points over Iain Miller, with Angus MacKay a further point behind.

Unluckiest rider was Alistair Miller who suffered a puncture and retired.

Results: 1 David Anderson, 26 min 30 sec; 2 Gary Angus, 26.36; 3 Iain Miller, 26.40; 4 Angus MacKay, 27.37; 5 Chris Gregory, 27.40; 6 Julieanne Leslie, 40.11.

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