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Cycling: Barking & Dagenham youngsters impress

PUBLISHED: 08:10 30 January 2018 | UPDATED: 08:10 30 January 2018

Barking & Dagenham Cycling Club youngsters face the camera

Barking & Dagenham Cycling Club youngsters face the camera

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Barking & Dagenham Cycling Club youngsters enjoyed a successful outing to the Hillingdon Cycle Centre on Saturday.

A group of seven young cyclists travelled to the venue, with Amy Harvey coming home first in the under-14 girls’ race.

Leah Warrilow finished in third place, with Carys Dodd just behind in fourth.

In the under-16 girls’ race Tilly Malbon just missed out on a top-three place as she crossed the line in fourth, with Rosie Dias (seventh) and Melissa Warrilow (eighth) also competing for Barking & Dagenham.

Clubmate Damian Dodd finished 25th in a very competitive under-16 boys’ race, but there was more to cheer at the end of the series as Harvey and Malbon both finished third overall in their age groups.

The Barking & Dagenham youngsters are set to return to Hillingdon this weekend for the last meeting in the winter series.

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