CYLOCROSS: Podium glory for the girls as St Ives Cycling Club enjoy more success

PUBLISHED: 09:49 18 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:49 18 December 2017

St Ives Cycling Club riders at the latest Central Region League round are, from the left, Beatrice Pauley, Cecilia Hime and Dominic Pauley.

St Ives Cycling Club riders at the latest Central Region League round are, from the left, Beatrice Pauley, Cecilia Hime and Dominic Pauley.

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Four podium finishes at two events represented another successful weekend for St Ives Cycling Club’s stable of cyclocross talent.

Orla Kenna on her way to second place in the latest Eastern Region League event. Orla Kenna on her way to second place in the latest Eastern Region League event.

Cecilia Hime sampled more Central Region League glory when being victorious in the Junior Female category in the 13th round of the series.

She had to overcome plenty of challenges in rainy conditions at a tough Berkhamsted track which included heavy mud, the remnants of snow, a sand pit and a man-made bridge.

Beatrice Pauley took second place at Under 14 Girls level while younger brother Dominic Pauley finished fourth in the Under 12 Boys section.

Orla Kenna (Under 12 Girls) and Sapphire Curtis (Under 14 Girls) both recorded second places in the 13th round of the Eastern Region League at Kentford, in Suffolk.

Ruby O’Dell (fourth, Under 10 Girls), Ralf Falkner (seventh, Under 14 Boys), Andy Fountain (eighth, Veteran 40-49 Male) and Nathan Gibson (eighth, Junior Male) also enjoyed top-10 finishes as they braved freezing conditions.

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