On the cycling track...
WHILE driving rested and at the right speeds are key messages for the road, on the cycling track the opposite is true.
Track cyclists from the Dubbo Cycle Club are in Melbourne this week, exhausting every ounce of their energy going as fast as they humanly can to compete at the Masters Track National Championships at the Darebin International Sports Centre Velodrome in Melbourne.
The 11 gold medals and 16 silver and bronze Jason Farr, Tim Hines, Darrell Wheeler, Simone Grounds, Heather Ticehurst and Jennifer Raines collected at the Masters State Championships a couple of weeks back haven’t had time to collect dust before they’re off again to remind the nation that the best riders come from Dubbo!
Junior members of the club made that statement loud and clear last week at their Nationals event. See our sports section for more golden news.
Whichever way the masters goes, they’ll have plenty to talk about at the at the club’s 2018 fundraiser reunion at Club Dubbo on Saturday, March 24, at 6pm. The club is calling out for donation of goods or services of any size to auction on the night. RSVP by Friday, March 12.
The Dubbo RSL 78s are also hosting a big reunion on Saturday, March 31, at the Dubbo RSL Club Terrace from 6.30pm. Four decades (1978 to 2018) of players and supporters are invited to attend the event. See their Facebook page for details. RSVP by Friday, March 23.