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Ladies RLC Road Cycling

The Ladies RLC Road Cycling team are ending 2018 on a high note.

On Weds 26 Sep the team took home the Williams Cup at Bovington Camp, a new two-stage inter-corps team time trial and road race.

Congratulations to The RLC team of Capt Sue Chittock, Capt Michelle Debono-Evans, Lt Hannah Kirkham, Lt Eve Newton and LCpl Steph Chou.

A disappointing turnout by the other corps meant that The RLC was the only corps to field a complete team, however, this afforded an opportunity for the novice riders to get some valuable training in.

The team then finished in second place behind the Army Medical Services team at the Inter Corps
Championships the following week.

The 2018 season highlights for the team include: Army Champion ‘
Pte Charmain Porter; winner, Women’s Vet Army Cycling Road ‘ Capt Michelle
Debono-Evans. The Williams Trophy 2nd place ‘ Army Cycling Road Race Series; 2nd Place ‘
Inter Corps Championships.

Going forward, the team needs more junior RLC ladies to become involved. If you are interested in joining the Ladies RLC Road Cycling Team contact Capt Debono-Evans at: michelle.debono-evans467@mod.gov.uk

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