Warren ‘Forty’ Mc Kay chalked up his second win out of three starts when
he carted off the top spot in the feature 35-lap school boys and invitational race of the National Sports Commission (NSC) sponsored 11-race meet held at the inner circuit of the National Park yesterday.
Mc Kay’s winning time was One Hour 22 Minutes 06 Seconds. In the battle to fill the top six spots it was the battle of the future stars for second and third between Raynauth Jeffery and Rawle Leal, the former winning the sprint. Linden’s Rastaff O’Selmo copped 4th place with Alonzo Greaves and Robin Persaud taking 5th and 6th respectively. Mc Kay won three of the eight prime prizes on offer.
Following are the results of the other races, 1st to 3rd:
Juveniles – Devenand Bissoon, Kirt La Rose, Rawle Leal
Uprights – Richard Charles, Mario King, Kester Croal
Veterans over-50 – Kirkwood Kellman, Wilfred Thom, Lancelot Rose
Veterans under-50 – Keith Fernandes, Kennard Lovell, Shameer Baksh
Veterans over-60 – Monty Parris, Maurice Fagundes, Harry Lall
BMX 6-9 – Turan Garbarran, Ken Sahadeo, Isaiah Sahadeo
BMX 9-12 – Yusuf Latiff, Shamar Dass, Jubhara Ming
BMX 12-14 – Adrian Sharma, Christopher Griffith, Jubhara Ming
12-14 Open – Alfie Soonaram
BMX Open – Makel Draz, Cleveland King
The second road race for the new season will be held on Sunday next when the Linden Forbes Sampson Memorial event is contested beginning from Carifesta Avenue at 09:00hrs proceeding to Belfield Car Park and back to the City for the finish. Another explosive contest is anticipated with Mc Kay starting as favourite having won last week’s road race on the West Demerara.
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