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CYCLING: Tristan takes second spot


The Hereward League between Spalding, Bourne, Fenland Clarion and Peterborough will not be taking place this year due to organisational problems.

This left Spalding without a Tuesday time trial so a number of members, despite the blustery conditions, got on their bikes for training or social rides.

Neil Palmer took second place in the Boston Triathlon Club's 10-mile TT in 21:14.

Junior member Tristan Bramma took part in Boston Wheelers' Go Ride Racing Series at Tattershall Go Kart Centre.

In the first race of five minutes, he made his way through the field into second spot - holding this comfortably to the finish.

In the longer second race, the front three riders, including Bramma, took off from the rest of the field.

He took second position on the final lap. Overall on the night he was runner-up.

A group of riders took part in the Rockingham Circuit Races.

In the Category 2/3 event, three riders including Josh Wallis went on a break and in the final sprint he took first spot while Matt Ellis was fourth.

Rob McAlinden raced for the first time in the category 4 event as Frazer Wallis claimed second place with Andy Bowser in fourth.

Club Chairman Simon Wright got an entry into the Royal Air Force Cycling Association 25 TT on the A15 near Sleaford with a time of 1:03:46.

The Saturday social ride was moved to Sunday as a belated celebration of Barry Drew's 70th birthday with a 70-mile ride.

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