Sport

Prossie BMX riders blitz the field in the Burdekin

RIDING TOGETHER: Anthony Pendlebury, Byron Chauntler, Vernon Dries (back), William Allan, Jai Sander, Chloe Chauntler, Kira Allan, Brendan Langan, Macaulay Munro (centre), Zach Blazely, Reece Williams-Allen, Isabella Allan, Tyson Williams-Allen and Cooper Sander (front).
RIDING TOGETHER: Anthony Pendlebury, Byron Chauntler, Vernon Dries (back), William Allan, Jai Sander, Chloe Chauntler, Kira Allan, Brendan Langan, Macaulay Munro (centre), Zach Blazely, Reece Williams-Allen, Isabella Allan, Tyson Williams-Allen and Cooper Sander (front).

PROSERPINE BMX

MEMBERS of the Proserpine BMX Club attended the Burdekin Cup BMX Carnival held on November 10 and 11 and were involved with some fast and furious riding against competitors from clubs all over Queensland.

Byron and Chloe Chauntler battled it out to take out first rank in the 12 girls and 9 boys while Kira Allan ranked second in the Pro Women.

Riders Macaulay Munro, Brendan Langan, William Allan and Brendan Langan, all rode extremely well and took out remaining places within their classes.

The youngest members of the club rode the technical track well with Rhys and Tyson Williams-Allen, Cooper Sander, Zach Blazely and Isabella Allan all putting in great efforts over the two days.

BMX RESULTS

12 years boys: Macaulay Munro - 4th

12 years girls: Chloe Chauntler - 1st

13 years boys: Brendan Langan - 5th

9 years boys: Byron Chauntler - 1st; William Allan - 4th

Burdekin Cup: Brendan Langan - 8th

Pro women: Kira Allan - 2nd


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