Winning trio show their pedal power
Tom Broadbent, Jono Hunter and Carlos Riise were winners in the cycling events at Forres, Kinloss and Kinneff.
Broadbent (Elgin CC) won the Audrey Gault Memorial 10 at Kinloss, while Aberdeen Wheelers rider Hunter was victorious in the Edinvale 25-mile Big Brother Hilly in Forres.
Riise (Shetland Wheelers) came first in the SCNEG championship 50-mile TT at Kinneff.
Murdoch’s driven treble
Michelle Murdoch claimed a hat-trick of wins in the latest round of racing at Crimond Raceway.
The Alves driver won all three heats of the women’s bangers category, with Scott Paterson (Macduff ) and Leslie Cook (Rosehearty) winning two heats each in the bangers and road-going saloons sections.
Euan Faithful (Sandhaven), Mark Farquhar (Aberlour), Lawrence Penny (Cullen) all had victories in the hot saloons heats, with Shane Kennedy (Mintlaw), Marcus McLean (Maud) and Graeme Smith (Longhaven) doing likewise in the saloons. Mark Mathers was won the other heat of the roadgoing saloons.
Sticking with Toffees
Everton goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg has agreed a new two-year contract. The 35-year-old is understudy to England international Jordan Pickford at Goodison Park.
Fraser is Longside ace
Martin Fraser, a member at Longside Golf Club, holed his tee shot at his home course’s 136yd 17 th hole. He used a 7 iron and was partnered by his wife, Nicky.