Hardy picks up King’s Lynn club champion award

Saturday 21st November saw KLCC hold their Annual Club Awards for last Season at The Dukes Head Hotel Ballroom. Phillip Seaman  Club Chairman welcomed guest and Club President Mrs Monica Williamson presented the annual Club prizes and awards.  A raffle and quiz also were enjoyed.  .Thanks were made to all members attending and special thanks to Annie Thompson for her superb organisational skills for the annual Roadrace.''Picture of some of the Award Winners:-  from left to right back row  Matthew Senter, James Senter, Steve Neill, Simon Hardy, Kay Burgess, Phillip Seaman, Carole Seaman, Maria Frary Peter Barber.  Front row  Lewis Fulljames, Alec Marshall, and Emma Thompson.
Saturday 21st November saw KLCC hold their Annual Club Awards for last Season at The Dukes Head Hotel Ballroom. Phillip Seaman Club Chairman welcomed guest and Club President Mrs Monica Williamson presented the annual Club prizes and awards. A raffle and quiz also were enjoyed. .Thanks were made to all members attending and special thanks to Annie Thompson for her superb organisational skills for the annual Roadrace.''Picture of some of the Award Winners:- from left to right back row Matthew Senter, James Senter, Steve Neill, Simon Hardy, Kay Burgess, Phillip Seaman, Carole Seaman, Maria Frary Peter Barber. Front row Lewis Fulljames, Alec Marshall, and Emma Thompson.
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Saturday saw King’s Lynn Cycling Club hold their annual club awards for last season at The Dukes Head Hotel Ballroom in Lynn.

Phillip Seaman, club chairman, welcomed guest and club president Mrs Monica Williamson who presented the annual prizes and awards.

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A raffle and quiz also were enjoyed. Thanks were made to all members attending and special thanks to Annie Thompson for her superb organisational skills for the annual roadrace.

Winners were: Club Champion Simon Hardy; Ladies Champion: Kay Burgess; Junior Champion: Lewis Fulljames; Vet Champion: Steve Neill (Tom Carman Trophy); Pete Balls Trophy: Simon Hardy; Les Spinks Trophy: Steve Neill; Terry Leaver Trophy: Nathan Corridon; Cliff Cawkwell Cup: Simon Hardy; 12 Hour Cup. ECCA: Simon Hardy.

Fermoy Cup: Steve Neill; Eric Wharam Trophy: Phillip Seaman; Somerset Maxwell Cup: Matthew Senter; Malcolm Read Trophy (Pedlar): Steve Neill; Club Time Trial Championship: 1 Matthew Senter, 2 Simon Hardy, 3 Miles Thomas.

Club Time Trial Championship Esso Trophy: 1 Matthew Senter, 2 James Senter, 3 Phillip Seaman, Club Junior 10 Mile Champion: 1 Lewis Fulljames, 2 Alec Marshall, 3 Myles Higby, Club Time Trial Womens Championship: 1Emma Thompson, 2 Jo Brooks, 3 Shelley Walduck. Club Time Trial Mens Old School: 1 James Senter, 2 Andy Sennett, 3 Peter Barber, Club Womens Time Trial Old School Championship: 1 Kay Burgess, 2 Maria Frary 3 Francesca Hall. Hill Climb Club Champion: James Senter,

The Bert Sizen Trophy (awarded for the most meritorious ride): Kay Burgess; The Saunders Shield (for services to King’s Lynn Cycling Club): Carole and Phillip Seaman.

KLCC holds a Go Ride junior club event for girls and boys ages 9-14 (see the poster above).

The event will be on Tuesday, December 8 at 6pm to 7pm at Lynnsport.

King’s Lynn Cycling Club Go Ride members are already competing in events. For example recently in Peterborough for a “girls only” evening of cyclocross races, Bethany Barnett managed second place in the under 12’s and Florence Barnett was third in U10’s.

More information or booking is available from Les Broadhurst. You can contact him by telephoning 07724 660989.