Dec 14, 2013 Sports Comments Off on Rudolph Mitchell starts as favourite at CS&TC 10K season closer
Following a hectic year of activities where Rudolph Mitchell miraculously stretched his unbeaten streak nearer to the 150 mark, the Cavalier Sports and Tour Club (CS&TC) season will culminate with the Last Lap Race Walk around the Soesdyke EBD Community tomorrow morning and the reigning champion would be out to retain his unbeaten streak and close off the year on a winning note.
Activities will get underway at 06:30hrs sharp at the CS&TC Back Road, Soesdyke headquarters, proceed around the periphery of the village before returning to the place of origin. Later in the day, administrators will return to the headquarters for their annual children and senior citizens Christmas party. At that forum, the management of the CS&TC will distribute hampers to those residents that are unable to leave their homes because of some medical impediment or the other.
The race walking organization has already benefitted from the chivalry of the Hand in Hand Insurance and the Minister of Public Service, Jennifer Westford, who have donated beautiful prizes for the respective winners.
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