SUVelo wins second NSW Clubs’ Road Premiership title

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SUVelo has won the NSW Club’s Road Premiership title for a second year running.

The title recognises the club whose members amassed the most number of points across the combined Cycling NSW Road premierships (men, women, U23 and masters). This year The Club Premiership was won by taking the outright win on points over Canberra CC (which was the points leader in 2015).

The award was presented at Cycling NSW’s Clarence St Cup at Dunc Gray Velodrome. Club President Andrew Duggan, Club Captain Stuart Hamilton, Race Director Donncha Redmond and SUVelo NRS rider Daniel Van Der Laan were on hand to receive the award (and have a bit of fun on the podium).

Cycling NSW CEO Phil Ayres said the competition was much closer than 2015 with the margin of difference between the top four clubs being just over 100 points, “which when you consider is using the results of all a club’s riders, a very close finish.

“Although Canberra CC has immense strength in the elite men’s division (with four riders in the top 20), Sydney Uni Velo Club had much better spread of placing and participating riders across all competitions.”

The manner of the club’s win demonstrates its commitment to the development of its members at all levels of cycling.

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