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Miller, MacKay and Hughes in strong positions in Caithness Cycling Club's Handicap League

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In Caithness Cycling Club’s weekly 10-mile time trial Wick Wheeler Alun Arnold took first place in 23 min 45 sec, with Alistair Miller scoring a 13-second personal best for second fastest.

Iain Miller put in a great performance to take a massive 90 seconds off his previous best while Roger Broughton improved by 15 seconds and 84-year-old Alasdair Washington clocked a season’s best by five seconds.

In the Handicap League Iain Miller, Angus MacKay and Martine Hughes are in strong positions to take the medals as there are only two counting 10s remaining. The final event, the Hill Climb Championship, is a non-counting event this year.

Results: 1 Alun Arnold, 23 min 45 sec; 2 Alistair Miller, 24.40; 3 Iain Miller, 25.04; 4 Colin Earnshaw, 25.07; 5 Angus MacKay, 26.16; 6 Roger Broughton, 27.07; 7 Alasdair Washington, 27.18; 8 Gary Angus, 28.31; 9 Phil Cartwright, 29.23; 10 Rory Simmons, 32.00; 11 Steve Fraser, 33.03; 12 Martine Hughes, 33.07.

Handicap League: 1 Iain Miller (56 points); 2 Angus MacKay (49.5); 3 Martine Hughes (35); 4 Alistair Miller (29.5); 5 Gary Angus (28); 6 Roger Broughton (26).

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