Wheelers outstanding

THE first week in June proved very successful for the North Norfolk Wheelers with some outstanding personal performances on the home course, a first-ever team win in an open time trial and a junior title for one of the younger riders.

THE first week in June proved very successful for the North Norfolk Wheelers with some outstanding personal performances on the home course, a first-ever team win in an open time trial and a junior title for one of the younger riders.

On the home course, Wright and Glazebrook put in course best times, continuing their outstanding rides this year.

In addition, Rivett, Janes

and Brown all performed personal bests.


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Congratulations also to Holland who is riding exceptionally well this year and came home first on handicap.

The club was in celebratory mood having won the team prize in the Breckland CC open 10 mile time trial, just pipping the home team to the title.

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Wright, Davison and Read carried off the honours for the first-ever team win in the Wheelers' history.

Not content with one first in a week, Wright and Read went on to perform personal bests in another open ten-mile time trial, with Wright completing the course in 22.02 and Read finishing in 22.26.

And Jack Clark picked up the prize for best junior in the fiercely-contested East District CA open 10 mile district championship time trial.

Tuesday, June 1, 10-mile time trial

Actual results: Wright 22.25, Davison, 23.22, Glazebrook 24.24, Rivett 24.41 (pb), Platts 25.25, Poulter 25.38, Andy Knowles 26.10, Janes 26.20 (pb), Turner 26.35, Griffiths 26.42, Brown 27.14 (pb), Holland 28.08, Findlay 28.14.

Handicap results: Holland 19.19, Rivett 20.31, Wright 20.36, Brown 20.45, Knowles 21.00, Platts 21.12. G;azebrook 21.13, Poulter 21.15, Griffiths 21.29, Davison 21.30, Findlay 22.14, Turner 22.37.

Breckland CC Open

10-mile time trial - Wheelers results: Wright 22.58, Davison 23.04, Read 23,27, Platts 24.10, Rush 24.39, Griffiths 27.01, Findlay 27.22.

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