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OPEN CLUB RACES The Auckland Amateur Cycling Centre conducted two open races on Saturday afternoon:— Placed seniors w«c:—B. J. Hewlett (Ml, 9.45, time 95.31, 1; S. W. Sargent (N). 9.0, 94.47. 2: R. G. Whitley (M). 9.0. 94.48. 3: R. E. Clark (N). 11.30. 97.19. 4: D. H. D. Webber (M), 11.30, 97.20; 5: D. White (M), 11.30, 97.2-, 6: L. C. Copies (M). 1(1.30. 96.22, 7: G. Webb fN),' 11.30, 97.23. 8: S. Thompson (N), 9.0, ,94.54. 9; C. H. Picknell CM). 7.0. 94.33. 10: P. R. Harvey (M), 6.15. 95.30. 11: M. Tetley (M). 6.15. 95.31, 12. Fastest riders were:—V. A. Hills (M), scr, 90.13. 1: Jark St»vens fL), scr, 91.58, 2: lan Walker (M), 2,0, 92.11, 3. Junior Event to I^rnndalc The Lynndale and Manukau Clubs fielded a team cach for the junior championship event over 25 miles. The course was from Pt. Chevalier to Hobsonville turn-cfT and back. At half distance the Manukau team clocked 36.50. while L.vnndale team took 37.5. Superior team work on the return entabled Lynndale to pain considerably and win the title and the Phi;, j:" Shlekl by 20 seconds. Lynndale Team.—R. h. Hornell. R, H. Intrram, IK. W. Picldinp and R. J. Htiqhes. time 74.5. Manukau Team.—P. W. Willis, L. B. Kent V S. Haszard and E. J. R. Browne, time 74.25.

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AMATEUR CYCLING, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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AMATEUR CYCLING Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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