Jude Bentley won the feature Open 15-lap race when the Linden Bauxite Flyers Cycling Club staged its Independence Day race meet last Wednesday around the Mining Town.
Bentley powered through to out pace Warren McKay, Marlon Williams, Raymond Newton, Junior Niles, Stewart Grant and Rastaff O’Selmo.
The days event was well attended with a number of riders from Linden and Georgetown participating. The National Milling Company was the major sponsor of the meet along with Mr. Singh and staff of Singh’s Confectionary and residents of Linden. NAMILCO also presented some of their products to the participants during the day’s activity.
Full Results of the day’s action:
Junior 5 Laps
1st Place Rastaff O’Selmo
2nd Place Delano Johnson
3rd Third Dellon Moore
Categories 3&4 7 Laps
1st Place Mark Lewis
2nd Place Orville Hinds
3rd Place Walter Grant Stewart
4th lap prime prize Mark Lewis
6th lap prime prize Orville Hinds
Categories 1&2 10 Laps
1st place Marlon Williams
2nd place Warren McKay
3rd place Jude Bentley
Marlon Williams claimed all prime prizes in this race
BMX Boys 6-9 years 1 lap (sponsored by Singh’s Confectionary Store)
1st place Sylvan Lewis
2nd place Devoy Benjamin
3rd place Jamal Arthur
BMX Boys 10-12 years 2 Laps
1st place Randy Haynes
2nd place Isaiah Saul
3rd place Jornel Yearwood
Randy Haynes copped both prime prizes on offer
BMX Boys 12-16 years 4 laps
1st place Dellius Richardson
2nd place Akeem Arthur
3rd place Michael Anthony
Prime prize- Dellius Richardson
Girls 4 Laps (Sponsored by Singh’s Confectionary Store)
1st place Hazina Bharret
2nd place Golin Dabaden
3rd place Shonnette McFarlane
Linden Cyclist only 3 Laps (Sponsored by Singh’s Confectionary Store)
1st place Rastaff O’Selmo
2nd place Mark Lewis
3rd Michael Nelson
Uprights (12-16) 6 Laps
1st place Richard Charles
2nd place Mario King
3rd place Delius Richardson
The Linden Bauxite Flyers Cycling Club was lunched on December 6, 2009 it was the brain child of Ryan Austin a former junior National Cyclist and a present member of the club.
The club is expressing thanks to Mr. B. Sukhai, Mr. A. Khan and Staff of the National Milling Company, Mr. Singh and staff of Singh’s Confectionary and the residence of Linden who provided sponsorship to make the event a success.
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