Sep 30, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Flying Ace Cycle Club day of track racing set for today
The Flying Ace Cycle Club in Berbice will today hold their annual one day Track Attack cycling event at the Skeldon Community Centre.
Apart from cycling the there will also be flat races and a number of novelty events. Cyclists and athletes from all over Berbice including New Amsterdam, Canje, West Berbice and Corentyne are expected to trek to the Skeldon Community centre to be a part of the day’s activities.
All the top cyclist of the club including Neil Reece, Dwight Holder, Wasim Hassnu, Rohan Persaud, Ray Millington, Syborne Fernandes, Elijah Brijadder, and top female cyclist Marica Dick among others are expected to take part in the day’s action.
While there will be events for Open riders, juniors, juveniles, BMX, veterans, schoolboys, starters, females and schoolgirls where the cyclist will compete against each other over various distances, there will also be flats races of various, categories, distances and age groups. Starting time is 10:00 hrs.
A number of businesses have contributed towards the staging of the event among them are Stretch ‘D’ Dollar Supermarkets and groceries, A. Ally’s and Sons, Watterson Catering Services, Kings Jewelry, CGX Inc., Water Chris Hotel, Anthony’s Funeral Home, Polly’s Delight Shameer‘s Cycling Store, Vicram’s Jewelry and Darry Tulsi Construction among others.
On Thursday Claudette Watts of Watson’s Catering handed over a cheque for a sizeable sum towards the successful staging of the event.
Watts a supporter and sponsor of the club stated that it is always her pleasure to contribute to an event that makes a positive impact on the society.
She also took the time to urge other businesses to come forward and assist. She also stated that business must not be selfish, but should seek to give back to the community from where they garner their support.
Coach of the club Randolph Roberts said that sport is one of the few activities which help to keep youths focused. He explained that today’s event is expected to bring out the best athletes in Berbice. (Samuel Whyte)
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