Wylie holds on
The Tinwald Cycling Club travelled south to Hinds on Sunday to contest the Hinds Seed Cleaning, 50km handicap event.
Liz Wylie had a day to remember riding strongly off the front mark to keep the chasing bunches at bay securing the victory and lifting the Boomerang Cup and the Lauren Ellis Trophy.
Marty Hyde produced another trade mark gutsy ride to lead the chasing group in to secure second place.
John Uden had his best race of the season to claim the third place spoils.
Marty Cuttle continues to improve, showing he is coming into some good form at the business end of the programme, to take fourth place.
Paul Macfie and Michelle Davidson rounded out the top six.
Scratch marker Steve Hands secured fastest time honours, riding the distance in a quick 69.05.
Co-markers Tony Ward and Nigel Douglas recorded second and third time.
The juniors and division 2 contested a 15km handicap event.
It was a great day for the Reid stable with Tom Reid recording his second victory of the year, in another strong ride of the front mark.
James Reid dug deep to produce his best ride of the season, storming home to claim the second place spoils.
Backing up from a win the previous week, Leah Reid put up another great show to take the final podium position.
Cooper Spillane was in the thick of the finish to take fourth place.
Fifth place was filled by the ever improving Sarah Gould.
Zoe Spillane who continues to impress, filled the sixth spot and secured the fastest time, riding the course in 25.59.
Debbie Skinner took the division 2 honours from Hillary Singlewood, with Andy Skinner having the best of the charge to the line to take fastest time honours.
Next week the Club will contest a 60km handicap event around the Blackbridge block.