Caithness Cycling Club annual dinner and presentation
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Caithness Cycling Club held its annual dinner and presentation in the Station Hotel, Thurso. The main prize-winners were Rhoda Kennedy and Debbie Larnach for the ladies, and Richard Hunt and Andrew MacLeod for the men.
The awards were presented by Thurso’s long-distance runner and cyclist Lorna Stanger.
Youth 10-mile: Cameron Charlton (31min 33sec). Junior 10-mile: Jessica Simmons (33.06). Senior 10-mile (female): 1 Rhoda Kennedy (25.35); 2 Debbie Larnach (26.39); 3 Debbie Simmons (31.09). Senior 10-mile (male): 1 Andrew MacLeod (22.08); 2 Hamish McAllan (24.05); 3 Richard Hunt (24.40).
Youth Points Cup: Cameron Charlton. Handicap League: 1 Richard Hunt (49 points); 2 Rhoda Kennedy (45); 3, Colin Earnshaw (37). Senior 25-mile (female): 1 Rhoda Kennedy (1hr 11m 51sec); 2 Debbie Simmons (1.23.41); 3 Martine Hughes (1.29.45). Senior 25-mile (male): 1 Richard Hunt (1. 4.26); 2 Alasdair Washington (1.8.16); 3, Colin Earnshaw (1.14.29). Senior 50-mile (female): 1 Debbie Larnach (2.33.42); 2, Martine Hughes (3.3.11). Senior 50-mile (male): 1 Hamish McAllan (2.10.03); 2, Richard Hunt (2.18.57); 3 Colin Earnshaw (2.20. 42). Mack Mowat Memorial 25 (open): Alasdair Munro (RT23), 55.34. Tour of Orkney: Kenny MacGruer. Club person of the year: Frank Simmons.
Club championships – Hill climb (female): 1 Rhoda Kennedy; 2 Debbie Larnach; 3 Martine Hughes. Hill climb (male): 1 Andrew MacLeod; 2 Hamish McAllan; 3 Colin Earnshaw. Road race: Andrew MacLeod.
Best all-rounder, 10, 25, 50 miles (female): 1 Rhoda Kennedy; 2 Martine Hughes. Best all-rounder (male): 1 Richard Hunt; 2 Alasdair Washington; 3 Colin Earnshaw.
Caithness Cycling Club starts its 2019 season of Tuesday evening events next week, on April 9, and new riders, especially females and juniors, will be made most welcome. Further details at www.caithnesscc.co.uk. and on Facebook.
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