CYCLOCROSS: Cecilia signs off in style during a weekend of success for St Ives Cycling Club

PUBLISHED: 15:05 29 January 2018 | UPDATED: 19:20 29 January 2018

Successful St Ives Cycling Club riders, from the left, Ruby O’Dell, Cecilia Hime and Orla Kenna.

Successful St Ives Cycling Club riders, from the left, Ruby O’Dell, Cecilia Hime and Orla Kenna.

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Cecilia Hime completed a sparkling Eastern Region League campaign in trademark fashion last Sunday.

Members of the St Ives Cycling Club 'Go Ride' team who took part in the latest North Cambs Muddy Monsters League race. Members of the St Ives Cycling Club 'Go Ride' team who took part in the latest North Cambs Muddy Monsters League race.

The St Ives Cycling Club star powered to Junior Female success in the final round at Milton Country Park to rubber-stamp her overall triumph in that section. She was also the first female finisher in any category at the Cambridge venue.

Two other St Ives talents claimed podium finishes in the closing race of the series. Orla Kenna was second at Under 12 level and Ruby O’Dell finished third in the Under 10 Girls contest. They also occupied those positions overall.

Beatrice Pauley (third in Under 14 Girls) and Nick Hall (third in Junior Male) also impressed in the final round along with a host of other St Ives riders.

Dominic Pauley (Under 12 Boys) and Ralph Falkner (Under 14 Boys) both finished fifth, while Sapphire Curtis was sixth in the Under 14 Girls bracket.

Other top-10 efforts came from Cora Wood (seventh in Under 10 Girls) and Joshua Ibbett (eighth in Senior Male).

St Ives Cycling Club also enjoyed success in the third round of the North Cambs Muddy Monsters League last Saturday thanks to the exploits of their ‘Go Ride’ team.

Aron O’Connor took victory in the Under 12 Boys section at Coveney, near Ely, with Jacob Wood finishing third in the same category.

There was another first and third for the club at Under 8 Girls level where Cora Wood triumphed and Emmie Cox also impressed.

Ralph Bricknell (second in Under 10 Boys), Katie Cox (second in Under 10 Girls) and Logan Lyons (third in Under 8 Boys) also climbed onto the podium.

* Sarah Kelman was the second female finisher in the Full Gas Criterium Elite1234 race at Lee Valley VeloPark last Saturday.

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